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2 On your side: Tenants of taxpayer-subsidized housing in a skid row face unsanitary and unsafe conditionsKirstine Lazar reports on the dangerous and unsanitary conditions of St. Mark’s apartments on Skid Row, despite the fact that the taxpayer-funded Section 8 housing is meant to be a haven for those fleeing homelessness.

Bengals WR Trenton Irwin hosts youth camp in Santa ClaritaA great day last weekend in Santa Clarita as Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Trenton Irwin hosted his first youth football camp. Irwin is from Santa Clarita and attended Hart High School. The camp was free for students in grades 5-8.

Check it out: Ventura PierVentura Pier has survived pounding waves, smoldering fires, and even a boat ramming to become the oldest pier in all of California. Built in 1872, the wharf was built out of necessity to facilitate access to the Ventura, allowing commerce and people to flow freely through its wharf.

LAPD investigating alleged hit and run on police cruiserSky9’s Desmond Shaw reports from South LA, near Central Avenue and 28th Street, where the LAPD is investigating what appears to be an attempted hit-and-run on a police cruiser. One person was taken to hospital in an unknown condition.

Side effects of gas prices on Southland commutersAcross Southern California, drivers are outraged by the high cost of fuel, which is pushing some people to the brink. KCAL9’s Nicole Comstock spoke to drivers in Southland who fear the situation is getting worse.

Accused of faking her own kidnapping, Sherri Papini released on bailRick Montanez reports from Studio City on the latest developments regarding the 39-year-old Northern California woman accused of faking her own kidnapping in 2016, when authorities say she was in fact with a former boyfriend in Costa Mesa .

Ukrainian couple remember escaping Russian invasionLiz Shchepetykovia and her partner Vitaliy Sharlay fled their homes on the first morning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. They rushed to the Romanian border and waited for hours, standing among thousands of others trying to escape the bloodshed.

Gas, Homelessness Newsom Solves Problems Facing CaliforniaA year after Governor Gavin Newsom addressed Californians from an empty Dodger’s Stadium, the governor has returned to the podium to put COVID-19 in the background and to battle other crises facing the state.

An abandoned motorhome in the hills of Granada spray painted with a swastika and hate speechJoy Benedict reports from Granada Hills where neighbors who had been complaining for months about an abandoned motorhome on their street woke up to swastikas and hate speech spray-painted on the abandoned vehicle.

Uncover the hidden story behind LA’s Olympic AuditoriumThe Olympic Auditorium on 18th and Grand hosted world class boxing, wrestling and even roller derby. It was “show time” in the city before the Lakers, the mecca of entertainment in Southland. Now there’s an “18th and Grand” film at the iconic Los Angeles sports venue, which is now a church and somehow still an unprotected landmark.

Orange County Musicians Hold Benefit Concert in UkraineAll proceeds from the paid streaming concert will be donated to humanitarian aid provided by the United Ukrainian American Relief Committee.

Pursuit of a stolen vehicle ends in an accident on the 710 freewaySky9’s Desmond Shaw was at the scene of a stolen vehicle chase that ended in a crash on the 710 freeway. A 90-year-old woman was injured when the rear of the suspect’s vehicle rammed her on the highway, near the Alhambra. The victim and the lawsuit suspect were taken to hospital in an unknown condition.

Procession for fallen Huntington Beach officer killed in helicopter crashOn the night of February 19, Nicholas Vella was killed when the police helicopter crashed in ocean waters off Newport Beach. Vella, 44, was working as a tactical flight officer that night. The pilot survived the accident.

War in Ukraine and high prices of consumer goodsFinancial expert Dr. Zoe Bryan Engstrom, who teaches at Cal State Long Beach, joins Chris Holmstrom and Suzie Suh to talk about the high price of consumer goods, such as groceries and gasoline, as the war in Ukraine continues to escalate.

Two brothers killed in Huntington Beach crashTwo teenage brothers were killed in an accident in Huntington Beach on Monday morning.

Governor Gavin Newsom to deliver a State of the State AddressJoy Benedict speaks with Zev Yaroslavsky, director of the Lushkin School of Public Affairs at the University of California, Los Angeles, about what people might expect to hear from Governor Newsom when he delivers his speech on the state of the state.

Future Impact of the Oil Ban on U.S. Gas PricesPresident Biden is telling Americans to prepare for further gas price hikes – after blocking Russian oil imports in the latest rounds of sanctions against Vladimir Putin’s unprovoked attacks on Ukraine. Since then, the price at the pump in America has risen nearly 75 cents.

Lady Gaga to Conclude Chromatica Ball Summer Stadium Tour at Dodger StadiumLady Gaga plans to launch a run in 14 cities on July 17 in Germany. The tour will end on September 10 at Dodger Stadium.

Markina Brown weather forecast (March 8)Will the warm-up continue all week? Markina Brown has the forecast.

2 Santa Ana elementary schools locked down due to barricaded robbery nearbyTwo elementary schools in Santa Ana were closed Tuesday morning due to an armed robbery suspect barricaded inside a nearby vehicle.

Memorial service, procession held for Huntington Beach police officer killed in helicopter crashA grand procession and memorial service was held Tuesday for a Huntington Beach police officer who was killed in a helicopter crash last month. Reports by Kara Finnström.

Biden bans Russian oil and natural gas importsPresident Biden has banned Russian imports of oil, natural gas and coal into the United States

City of Los Angeles alleges Monsanto and other companies polluted waterways with PCBsThe lawsuit filed by City Attorney Mike Feuer alleges that Monsanto, Solutia and Pharmacia polluted Los Angeles waterways with cancer-causing chemicals called PCBs. reports DeMarco Morgan.

Man shot dead at Hawthorne HomeThe shooting happened Monday night in the 3900 block of West 118th Street. reports DeMarco Morgan.

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