Heather Navarro, NBC Los Angeles

Heather Navarro

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Past articles by Heather:

Pasadena High School Goes on Lockdown After Phone Threat

Pasadena High School was on lockdown Tuesday after someone called in and said a student on campus had a gun, the school said. → Read More

Live: Reckless, Possibly Intoxicated Pursuit Driver Tries to Ram Sheriff's SUV in Compton Standoff

A driver was a leading a pursuit in the Compton area Thursday afternoon. → Read More

Live: Armed Driver Suspected in Carjacking Leads Dangerous Chase LA

An armed driver behind the wheel of a black truck suspected of carjacking someone is leading a dangerous chase in Orange and LA counties Friday. → Read More

What's the Weather Today? Spoiler: The Rain and Snow Aren't Over

Even though Southern California is still recovering from a major storm, residents can expect a weaker storm to continue to drizzle across the region before it strengthens into a downpour, while residents in the Inland Empire are either snowed in or snowed out. → Read More

Fiery Crash on 5 Freeway at 170 Split in Sun Valley Shuts Down All Lanes

A fiery and deadly wreck on the southbound 5 Freeway in Sun Valley has shut down all lanes, as authorities work to direct cars off the freeway near the 170 split Friday morning. → Read More

Grapevine Reopens After Icy Closure, CHP Escorts. Here's What to Know About the Traffic on the 5

The California Highway Patrol is escorting traffic on Interstate 5 through the Grapevine area, Caltrans announced Wednesday, because of snow and dangerous driving conditions. → Read More

Super Nintendo World Makes You Feel Like You're in a Video Game

3…2…1…GO! Super Nintendo World at Universal Studios Hollywood is set to open to the public Feb. 17. Here are some tips for making the most out of your coin-collecting experience. → Read More

Orange County Pursuit Comes to End After Officers Ram Car Twice

A driver was leading a chase while missing a front bumper through Orange County Thursday. → Read More

Explosion Forces Evacuations at USC Building

A gas leak and explosion were reported at University of Southern California at the Neely Petroleum Building Thursday, as authorities urged everyone to stay away from campus. → Read More

Santa Monica Shooting Leaves Man Injured After Crash

A driver shot at another driver and struck him in the shoulder after a crash in Santa Monica Tuesday, police said. → Read More

Gabrielino High School in San Gabriel is on Lockdown

Gabrielino High School in San Gabriel is on lockdown due to a bomb threat, officials said as they warned everyone to stay away from the area Tuesday afternoon. → Read More

Why Are Flags at Half-Staff Today? The Tragedy Behind the Proclamation

Flags were flying at half-staff and half-mast this week out of respect for the 11 lives lost in the Monterey Park mass shooting, the White House announced. → Read More

Hospitalized Victim in Monterey Park Mass Shooting Dies, Bringing Death Toll to 11

One of the 10 victims sent to the hospital in a horrific mass shooting in Monterey Park as the community celebrated the Lunar New Year has died, LAC USC Medical Center revealed Monday. → Read More

Regal Theatres are Closing in California. Here are the LA and OC Locations

Regal Cinemas is reportedly set to close 39 theaters across the country, and several of those locations are in California. Here are the LA and OC locations. → Read More

SoCalGas January Bills are Likely to Be Shockingly High. Here's What to Know

Bad news, natural gas users — so basically everyone: SoCalGas announced gas bills would be more than double, going up 128% from December to January. The company said, point blank: “There’s no easy way to put this: January bills are likely to be shockingly high.” → Read More

Are You Considered Middle Class in California? Here Are Some Income Ranges in Several Cities

There's a high cost of living in California, and the latest data from 2021 reveals what it takes to be considered "middle class" in several California cities. → Read More

It Wasn't All Bad News. Here Are Some Feel-Good Stories of 2022

A reunion between a nurse and her stolen dog and a little girl's request to keep a unicorn in her backyard — 2022 wasn't all bad in Southern California. → Read More

All Clear at Cal State Northridge After Police Say Report of Man With Gun Was Unfounded

California State University Northridge police told students in the parking lot to leave, and others on campus to shelter in place, after a man was reported to have a gun in his car Monday morning. By nearly 9 a.m., police gave the all clear after the report was determined to be unfounded, and there was no threat. → Read More

'Dirty Santa,' Strippers, Alcohol: Parents Furious After Students Saw More Than They Bargained for at Educator's Holiday Party

Parents were furious and Claremont police were investigating claims of students being forced to mingle with topless men and drunken adults at a private holiday party Saturday. → Read More

Police Activity Swarms Boulevard in Hawthorne

Police activity shut down trains at the El Segundo and Marine Stations Friday in Hawthorne after reports of a man with a gun. → Read More