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    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- The FBI is searching for man they say is responsible for at least eight bank robberies in Orange County, and his nickname may help track him down.According to a tweet posted by the FBI in Los Angeles on Friday, the suspect has been dubbed the "Black and White Sneaker Bandit" due to the shoes he was seen wearing during the robberies. A bank robber known as the "Black & White Sneaker Bandit," due to the shoes he wears during robberies, is being sought for at least 8 bank robberies in cities of Fullerton, Huntington Beach & Costa Mesa. If you know this suspects identity, please call 3104776565. #FugitiveFriday pic.twitter.com/r9o5OWl9PZ— FBI Los Angeles (@FBILosAngeles) March 5, 2022Investigators said he's been spotted wearing the same shoes in every incident.The suspect committed eight robberies in Fullerton, Huntington Beach and Costa Mesa, according to the FBI.The FBI posted several images of a man they say robbed eight banks in Orange County nicknamed the "Black and White Sneaker Bandit." FBI Los Angeles Anyone with information is urged to contact the FBI...
    A record-breaking chill descended on several cities in Los Angeles and Orange counties on Wednesday, Dec. 29. Anaheim reached a high temperature of only 56 degrees on Wednesday, three degrees lower than its previous record from 2002 on the same day, according to the National Weather Service. Newport Beach, which saw the mercury top out at only 55 degrees, tied its record for the date, set in 2007. In Los Angeles County, Woodland Hills also tied its record low for a high temperature of 49 degrees, from 1987. LAX Airport broke its record registering a maximum temperature of 53 degrees, two degrees lower than the previous record from 2012. Related Articles For a few days, Bay Area can chill without rain New computer program rapidly detects homes, buildings damaged by California wildfires Deep freeze leaves snow on Bay Area peaks as rain showers begin to taper off Skier missing amid blizzard conditions at Lake Tahoe-area resort Bay Area showers trail off, but temperatures will plunge this week The University...
    LOS ANGELES (CBS SF) — It’s something computer analytics can’t measure nor money can buy. It’s called grit and it’s what powered the San Francisco Giants to a 1-0 victory in a pivotal Game 3 of their historic National League Divisional Series showdown with the Los Angeles Dodgers. On paper with the best-of-5 series tied at 1-1, it appeared everything pointed to a Dodger win Monday night. READ MORE: Southwest Airlines Flight Cancellations Continue Into Day 5The nearly unbeatable Max Scherzer — one of baseball’s highest paid pitchers at $34.5 million a season — was on the mound. Los Angeles had won 16 straight home games to end the regular season and the swagger had returned to a Dodger lockerroom filled with high-priced stars after a 9-2 win in Game 2. But the steely will that has powered San Francisco to a franchise record 109 wins this season reared its head. A former Dodger pitcher — Alex Wood — and the talented San Francisco bullpen ripped the heart out of the Los Angeles batting order. And then there...
    The lightning storm that descended on Southern California on Monday evening delivered more than 3,000 lightning strikes and left thousands of residents without power, officials said Tuesday. The low-pressure system strengthened throughout Monday afternoon and into the night, dropping rain, hail and thunderous jolts as it moved northeast from the coastal waters off Baja and up through Southern California. More than 14,000 residents across nine counties — including Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino — were without power Tuesday morning, according to Southern California Edison spokeswoman Gabriela Ornelas. “It was likely as a result of the weather,” Ornelas said. “We show that there are people affected ... in various areas where the storm passed by last night.” Crews were working quickly to bring power back online, she said. California Oil from massive Orange County spill expected to wash onshore for several days The pipeline failure caused roughly 130,000 gallons of oil to gush into the Catalina Channel, creating a slick that spanned about 8,320 acres — larger than the size of Santa Monica. ...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – The U.S. Postal Service announced Friday that it is looking to fill assistant city carrier positions in Los Angeles and Orange Counties with a starting wage of $18.01 per hour with health insurance benefits, annual leave and a path to being a career city carrier. People interested in a job with USPS must be at least 18-years-old and be available to work weekends and holidays. READ MORE: We Will Not Be Frightened: Young Israel Of Century City Synagogue Vandalized In addition, applicants must be able to pass a drug screening and a criminal background check. Some positions require an exam. Anyone hoping for a position that requires driving will need to have a valid driver’s license and a clean DMV two-year driving history. Citizenship or permanent resident status is also required. READ MORE: LASD Seeks Publics Help In Locating 29-Year-Old Woman Missing Since Tuesday Anyone interested in seeing more details or hoping to apply for an assistant city carrier position the postal service website’s career page and select “Search jobs.”   MORE NEWS: Woman Taken Into...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Gasoline prices hit their highest amount since Nov. 15, 2019, on Saturday, with an average price of just over $4.00 a gallon. Daily prices have steadily increased over 12 of the last 13 days totaling 5.4 cents. On Friday, the cost remained the same, though gas prices are 2.3 cents higher than just one week ago and $1.176 higher than they were at this time last year, according to figures AAA and Oil Price Information Service. Orange County is seeing similar increases with the average price of a gallon just over $4.00 and the cost $1.174 higher than this time last year.
    Record numbers of patients with COVID-19 were hospitalized this weekend in Los Angeles and Orange counties, and San Francisco hit a high for new coronavirus cases, as space in intensive care units across the state shrunk to dangerous lows. The figures paint a dire picture just two weeks before Christmas, when holiday travel could ramp up despite warnings from public health officials. There were 1,236 people hospitalized with COVID-19 in Orange County on Sunday and 4,009 in Los Angeles on Friday, according to the latest available numbers — both record highs. San Francisco, which had been a front-runner in coronavirus testing, reported a record of 323 new cases on Saturday. Intensive care units in Southern California have only 4.2% capacity as of Sunday, falling below the statewide level of 7.4%, according to the California Department of Public Health. Northern California has the highest capacity, with 29%, while the San Joaquin valley has just 1.5%. Mortality rates could surge if ICUs can no longer accommodate patients. The scarcity is less about physical space and more about a shortage of specially...
    ABC7 has joined the American Red Cross Prepare SoCal campaign. Prepare SoCal is a public awareness campaign to create more resilient communities that are better equipped to help each other prevent, prepare for and respond to life-threatening disasters. Being prepared is the key to surviving a disaster, and Prepare SoCal wants to help viewers be prepared. Prepare SoCal InformationWe're in this together, Southern California, so:Get A Kit Make A Plan Be Informed Get a Kit: At minimum, the American Red Cross recommends that you have the following items in your emergency preparedness kit: Water: One gallon per person, per day. A three-day supply is recommended for evacuation. A two-week supply is recommended if you stay in your home. Also, don't forget to provide for your pets. Non-perishable food: Easy to open and prepare food items are preferable. A three-day supply is recommended for evacuation. A two-week supply is recommended if you stay in your home. And, don't forget to provide for your pets. First aid kit Medications For a complete list of emergency supplies, visit www.PrepareSoCal.org. To...
    A day after Lakers legend Kobe Bryant was remembered on what would have been his 42nd birthday, the city of Los Angeles and Orange County honor his legacy with a day in his honor on Monday — 8/24, which appropriately are the two jersey numbers he wore during a 20-year NBA career. Bryant was remembered Sunday in a variety of ways — by his wife, Vanessa, in an Instragram post; Lakers stars past and present in exclusive interviews; the Dodgers in a video tribute and by wearing his jerseys before their game; and by Candace Parker and the Sparks, the WNBA team he supported. The city of Los Angeles declared 8/24 Kobe Bryant Day in 2016, shortly after his final season with the Lakers. The Board of Supervisors in Orange County followed suit earlier this month. There are no official ceremonies planned in L.A. or Orange County. The Lakers will play the Portland Trail Blazers on Monday night in Game 4 of a first-round playoff series. Bryant, who led the Lakers to five NBA championships and finished as...
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- In a possible glimmer of good news for renters, Los Angeles and Orange counties are seeing their lowest increases in rent since 2015, according to U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.According to the agency's consumer price index, the regions saw a 4% increase from last year.There are rules in place to protect renters during the pandemic.A recent survey found that only 82% of people in Los Angeles and Orange counties paid their full rent last month.LA rent relief program to begin registration for tenants financially impacted by COVID-19EMBED More News Videos Los Angeles is accepting applications starting Monday, July 13 for a rent relief program to help tenants affected financially by the coronavirus pandemic.
    The surge of the coronavirus in California over the last month started with an explosion of new cases, then moved into hospitals that rapidly filled with patients and is now beginning to bring an increase in COVID-19 deaths. The question now is how big the wave will get before it crests. June turned out to be a grim month in the COVID-19 battle, with people beginning to socialize again in ways that allowed the virus to spread rapidly across communities. Hospitals are being hit hard as patients who were infected weeks ago are now getting sick enough to require medical care. Officials are hoping public behavior changed toward the end of June and early July, but they won’t know how that plays out for several more weeks. California this week hit another troubling milestone Wednesday, recording the highest single-day COVID-19 death toll so far in the pandemic, with 149 fatalities reported, according to The Times’ California coronavirus tracker. An additional 137 deaths were reported Thursday, which would be the second-highest daily death toll in the pandemic. Experts say deaths are...
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