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No Apology From Department After 5-Year-Old Boy Bitten By South Pasadena Police K9 Tuesday At National Night Out Event

PASADENA (CBSLA) –  On Tuesday evening in South Pasadena, at a National Night Out event, a nationwide campaign meant to improve community-police relations, a police K9 bit a 5-year-old boy and, so far, the family has yet to receive much of a response from the police department. “I’d like an apology,” said Josh Forbes, whose son, Sebastian, was bitten by the police dog. According to his father, Sebastian was enamored with the K9 that the South Pasadena Police brought out to show off to the crowd. Sebastian took a few steps forward and then retreated, but all of a sudden, seemingly unprovoked,...
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Dwayne Johnson Shows Off Bulging Biceps After Revealing Why He Doesn’t Have ‘Perfect Abs’

After revealing that a former surgery hindered his ability to get a six-pack, Dwayne Johnson hit the gym in Los Angeles for a workout!. Dwayne Johnson showed off his muscular physique on his way to the gym in Los Angeles. The wrestler turned actor, 49, was photographed en route to his mid-week workout in the city on Wednesday, Aug. 4. Dwayne, also known as “The Rock,” wore a yellow tank top and black shorts for the outing, completing the look with aviator sunglasses, as seen in the photos HERE.
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Suspected Corona Movie Theater Shooter, Joseph Jimenez, Reportedly Confesses

CORONA (CBSLA) – The man suspected of killing two people in a Corona movie theater shooting has reportedly confessed to the crime. Joseph Jimenez, 20, is in jail on suspicion of murder and robbery in the shooting that killed Rylee Goodrich, 18, and Anthony Barajas, 19 on July 26. The confession is reported to have come during a jailhouse interview with media when Jimenez is reported to have said voices in his head tormented him for months. He reportedly added that he shot the two victims because he thought it was the only way to save his loved ones from the voices that were...
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As cargo shipments boom, ship strikes imperil whales in California and worldwide

The 100-foot-long whale dived and circled in the murky, dark waters of the Santa Barbara Channel, looking for a cloud of krill to scoop and catch inside her 20-foot-long jaws. As the blue whale began to resurface, whale scientist Brandon Southall was in a boat nearby, and he could feel his throat go dry. The whale was coming up right beneath a 200,000-ton transoceanic cargo ship, named the Maladarko, that was heading east from Hong Kong to its destination in Long Beach Harbor.
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17-year-old girl, infant rescued from human trafficker who kidnapped them for ransom in Long Beach

LONG BEACH, CA – A human trafficking investigation has led to the rescue of an infant child, a 17-year-old female victim, and the arrest of a male adult suspect. On July 28, 2021, at approximately 8:17 p.m., Long Beach Police Department officers responded to a dispute call in the area of Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue and Hill Street. Upon arrival, Long Beach Police Officers spoke to a female minor who they believed was a victim of human trafficking. Later, officers determined the suspect had taken the minor’s infant child without her consent and demanded a ransom.
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How Madhatter Knits turned a hobby into full-on philanthropy

When Kathryn Huang tried her hand at knitting for the first time, she admits that it didn’t quite go as planned. But it would also be hard to call it a “mistake.”. What began as a few hats that were too small for an average child’s head led to the creation of Madhatter Knits, a nonprofit operating in multiple states and several other countries whose mission is knitting and crocheting hats for premature babies in the neonatal ICU.