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Two Women Arrested on Suspicion of Murder in Fatal Beating at Metro Station

nbclosangeles.com — Authorities on Wednesday confirmed the arrests of two women in the fatal beating of a 66-year-old man on a Metro Blue Line platform, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. Tracy Gomez, 24, and Virginia Butler, 23, were arrested and booked on suspicion of murder, homicide detectives said.
Aug 28, 2014

RT @NBCLA: 2 women arrested on suspicion of murder in fatal beating at Metro station in June: LASD 4.nbcla.com/1tLZwfd

Los Angeles Traffic, LA Traffic Reports, LA Traffic Maps

nbclosangeles.com — Get the latest LA traffic information. Check traffic reports, freeway closures, Los Angeles traffic maps and morning traffic updates from Sean Murphy on Today in LA.
Aug 28, 2014

RT @NBCLA: TRAFFIC ALERT: Landslide shuts down lanes of PCH between Palisades Dr, Camino Capistrano in OC: sheriff's officials 4.nbcla.com/1qLE7P7

Search Underway in Long Beach After Officer-Involved Shooting

nbclosangeles.com — Police say they are searching for a person in connection with a Wednesday afternoon officer-involved shooting in Long Beach. The shooting took place about 2:45 p.m. in the 6300 block of Atlantic Avenue, police said. No officers were injured. No further information was immediately released. Refresh this page for updates on this developing story.
Aug 27, 2014

RT @NBCLA: BREAKING: Search underway in Long Beach after officer-involved shooting on Atlantic Avenue, officials say 4.nbcla.com/1rB2wNU

Father Gets Help After Mother of His Firstborn Baby Suddenly Dies

nbclosangeles.com — Holding his firstborn child in his arms should be the happiest time of Derek Ellison's life. But seeing the baby's mother in his son's face brings a mix of emotions - a feeling he describes as "a gift and a curse."

OC Beach Draws Surfers, Spectators With Near-Record Waves

nbclosangeles.com — Thousands crowded the beach along The Wedge in Newport Beach Friday to watch as hard-core surfers took to the big waves driven by Hurricane Marie. By sunrise at the famous surf spot, the first few surfers prepped to take on the waves, even as lifeguards cautioned all but the most experienced to stay out of the water amid warnings of record swells and high waves.
Aug 27, 2014

RT @nbcbayarea: As Hurricane Marie pushed waves to near-records, SoCal beach attracts surfers, spectators. nbcbay.com/9aIHNFX pic.twitter.com/N4pkMlPum2

LA Producer Describes Ordeal of Mistaken ID Arrest in Beverly Hills

nbclosangeles.com — A Los Angeles producer described his six-hour ordeal on Friday locked in a jail cell in Beverly Hills in a case of mistaken identity. Charles Belk was held after police said he matched the description a man - a tall bald black man - who was an accomplice to the "Purse Packing Bandit" bank robber who had just struck on Wilshire Boulevard.

Orange County Woman Dies From West Nile

nbclosangeles.com — An elderly Orange County woman who died last week had the most severe form of the West Nile virus, tests results have confirmed. The Seal Beach resident died from complications of the virus, making her the first fatality in the county from the disease this year.
Aug 27, 2014

RT @NBCLA: An elderly woman died of West Nile virus in Orange County, tests confirm 4.nbcla.com/1phdV3m