Shelly Insheiwat, FOX 11 Los Angeles

Shelly Insheiwat

FOX 11 Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Shelly:

Woman has nightmare about swallowing engagement ring, then wakes to find out it really happened

A San Diego woman says she had a nightmare about swallowing her engagement ring. → Read More

Hostess introduces limited-edition pumpkin-flavored cupcakes, Twinkies for fall; And new bold flavor

With October being just around the corner Hostess jumped on the pumpkin-flavored bandwagon and introduced some new flavors for the fall including a new bold creation. → Read More

Hostess introduces limited-edition pumpkin-flavored cupcakes, Twinkies for fall; And new bold flavor

LOS ANGELES - With October being just around the corner Hostess jumped on the pumpkin-flavored bandwagon and introduced some new flavors for the fall including a new bold creation. And....'Pumpkin Spice Twinkies' for all you pumpkin lovers! The announcement was made in a tweet on Twitter. Would you try them ? And it's getting mixed reactions on social media. Hostess has not released any… → Read More

Stolen dog found dehydrated and safe in abandoned truck

We have a happy update to a story we brought you Monday on FOX 11. → Read More

Target rolling out new loyalty reward program in October

Target is launching a new loyalty program called 'Target Circle' that will give 1% back on purchases, early acces to sales and loads of other perks starting in October. → Read More

Target rolling out new loyalty reward program in October

Target is launching a new loyalty program called 'Target Circle' that will give 1% back on purchases, early acces to sales and loads of other perks starting in October. → Read More

Police seek public's help in locating missing 9-year-old boy with autism

INGLEWOOD, Calif. - Authorities asked the public’s help in finding a 9-year-old boy with autism who went missing in Inglewood on Sunday. Zavire Dion Portis was last seen shortly before 4 p.m. when he walked away from his mother’s car, which was parked at Vicente Park, in the 700 block of E. Warren Lane, the Inglewood Police Department said. The boy was wearing a white-and-gray tie-died shirt and… → Read More

Deputies save 3 men in dangerous rescue after sailboat crashes onto rocks in Marina del Rey

Marina del Rey, Calif. - Two deputies from the Marina del Rey Sheriff's Station rescued three men who became trapped after their sailboat crashed onto the rocks in Marina del Rey among strong gale force winds on Saturday evening, authorities said. The rescue took place about 7 p.m. after the boat crashed in stormy conditions in the marina, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's… → Read More

The 818 celebr8s World Lymphoma Awareness Day with a pancake breakfast at LAFD Station 88

Come join FOX 11 entertainment reporter Amanda Salas a.k.a the 'Latina on the Medicina' and the gang from FOX 11 to support our wonderful friend on September 15 which is World Lymphoma Awareness Day. → Read More

Raising awareness for World Lymphoma Awareness Day with a pancake breakfast at LAFD Station 88

FOX 11 and friends joined entertainment reporter Amanda Salas a.k.a the 'Latina on the Medicina' in support of our wonderful friend on September 15 which was World Lymphoma Awareness Day for the pancakes with a purpose event on Sunday in Sherman Oaks. → Read More

Crews battling rapidly spreading vegetation fire in La Cresta; some evacuations ordered

LA CRESTA, Calif. - A rapidly spreading brush fire known as the 'Tenaja Fire' is burning near the intersection of Tenaja Road and Clinton Keith Road in La Cresta just west of Murrieta. Tenaja Fire burning in La Cresta A rapidly spreading brush fire known as the 'Tenaja Fire' is burning near the intersection of Tenaja Road and Clinton Keith Road in La Cresta just west of Murrieta. Cal Fire… → Read More

3.3 earthquake felt near Lake Elsinore

A 3.3-magnitude earthquake struck one mile from Lakeland Village near Lake Elsinore at 9:05 p.m Sunday evening, according to the USGS. → Read More

Police seek public's help finding driver, vehicle in hit-and run collision that killed 89-year-old man

GARDEN GROVE, Calif. - Authorities are searching for a driver who struck and killed an 89-year-old man in a hit-and-run collision at about 6.a.m Sunday morning, the Garden Grove Police Department said. The pedestrian was in the area of Dale Street and Stanford Avenue when he was struck by a car. Surveillance video released by the department shows a white sedan in the area of the collision. The… → Read More

Fire crews battle large brush fire near Eagle Rock; evacuations ordered

The Los Angeles Fire Department is battling a large brush fire near Eagle Rock that has scorched at least 25 acres. → Read More

Authorities search for 15-year-old critical missing teen

CHATSWORTH, Calif. - Authorities asked for the public's help on Sunday to find a15-year-old teen who went missing from Chatsworth. Serena Granillo was last seen On August 23, 2019, around 7:40 a.m., Ms. Granillo was dropped off at school in the 6800 block of Topanga Canyon Boulevard and that was the last time she was seen or heard from. Granillo is described as a 15-year-old Hispanic female with… → Read More

New UCLA study finds stereotype of 'crazy cat lady' is a myth

LOS ANGELES - Whether you own one or fifty cats that doesn't mean you're mad, sad or anxious. Yes, you are not a 'crazy cat lady!' According to a new UCLA study published in The Royal Society Open Science found there is no such thing as a 'crazy cat lady.' A 'crazy cat lady' is often defined as a lonely and depressed person who turns to cats for companionship But UCLA researchers say the… → Read More

Rents soar in LA, Orange Counties; highest rate in 14 years

For the first time in more than a decade, the Consumer Price Index shows rents in both Los Angeles and Orange Counties rose at an annual rate of 5.8-percent last month. The highest for a July since 2005. So now, a one bedroom apartment in L.A. County rents for an average of $1,755. And a two bedroom apartment averages around $2,235. The rise isn't as bad in the Inland Empire where rents climbed… → Read More

Voice of Bart Simpson Nancy Cartwright speaks about passion project 'Know More About Drugs Alliance'

Nancy Cartwright is familiar to generations of TV audiences as the voice of Bart Simpson. But one thing you may not know about Nancy is that she is passionate about painting and parental rights. → Read More

Trio of distraction robbers targeting customers hit La Verne Sprouts Market

La Verne police need the public's help in identifying a trio of distraction robbers who are targeting shoppers. → Read More

Study: People who frequently use emojis with potential partners have more romance, intimacy

LOS ANGELES - A new study finds that using emojis may give your love life a boost! Two recent studies suggest that the frequent use of emojis with a potential romantic partner is linked to more active and successful romance. Both studies, published in the journal PLOS ONE, surveyed single Americans about whether they used emojis when texting potential dates and then asked about their sex and… → Read More