Josh Haskell, ABC7 Eyewitness News

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ABC7 Eyewitness News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Santa Clarita school shooting: Saugus High School student 'felt very prepared' after hearing gunshots on campus

When students at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, California heard the first ring of gunshots Thursday morning, man said they weren't surprised. In fact, some felt well-trained for an active shooter on campus. → Read More

Marciano Art Foundation lays off employees, closes to public until further notice

Employees of the Marciano Art Foundation weren't allowed in when they showed up for work Friday. In fact, no one was. → Read More

Sherman Oaks hit-and-run: Man left for dead in street as dozens drive by

Disturbing new video shows a man run down on a busy street in Sherman Oaks - and then dozens of cars pass by without stopping to help. → Read More

Youth Climate Strike: Greta Thunberg, Billie Eilish join protesters in DTLA to demand climate change action

Climate activists showed up in strength in downtown Los Angeles Friday to demand that Gov. Gavin Newsom phase out fossil fuel production in California. → Read More

30K SoCal Edison customers could lose power ahead of strong winds

Dangerous fire weather conditions are heading to the Southland once again, prompting another warning of possible power shutoffs for Southern California Edison customers. → Read More

Did the Tick Fire start here? Investigators looking at remote Agua Dulce home

Investigators are looking at a property in a remote part of Agua Dulce as a possible origin point for the massive Tick Fire. → Read More

Nearly 20K Southern California Edison customers without power amid wildfire threat

Nearly 20,000 Southern California Edison customers across the Southland were without power Thursday morning as the utility preemptively shut off electricity to reduce the risk of fire. → Read More

15K Southern California Edison customers without power amid wildfire threat

More than 15,000 Southern California Edison customers across the Southland were without power Thursday morning as the utility preemptively shut off electricity to reduce the risk of fire. → Read More

250 pounds of of marijuana collected by LAPD after deadly shooting at luxury DTLA building

Detectives removed 250 pounds of marijuana from the luxury Watermarke Tower apartment building in downtown Los Angeles Friday after a man was killed Thursday. → Read More

Friends, family gather at vigil to remember couple killed in West Covina crash

Friends and family gathered at a candlelight vigil in West Covina as they remembered a couple killed after a carjacking suspect crashed into their vehicle. → Read More

SoCal school works to address state's nursing shortage

West Coast University, a Southern California nursing school, is working to address the nursing shortage California faces. → Read More

The battle against the lucrative business of illegal marijuana dispensaries in California

Though recreational marijuana has been legal in California for over a year, local authorities continue to crack down on black market cannabis dispensaries, including in Los Angeles County. → Read More

Biden, Warren, other Democratic candidates visit LA to woo union members

Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren and other Democratic frontrunners converged on Los Angeles Friday to try to win the support of the SEIU. → Read More

Andrew Yang campaigns on universal basic income, holds rally in MacArthur Park

Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang made a campaign stop in Los Angeles and held a rally in MacArthur Park. → Read More

Hundreds of volunteers, including veterans, Disney employees, build playground in Anaheim

Hundreds of volunteers from Disneyland Resort, city of Anaheim and Anaheim family YMCA joined the nonprofit Kaboom to build a playground in Anaheim's Julianna Park. It's part of a commitment our parent company, the Walt Disney Company, made to Anaheim. → Read More

Ralphs, Food 4 Less donate $105,000 to address food insecurity at community colleges

Food 4 Less and Ralphs decided to take action after seeing ABC7'S report earlier this month that five out of 10 community college students in Los Angeles are food insecure. → Read More

Veterans turn to horse therapy at Santa Clarita's Blue Star Ranch to treat their PTSD

Army veteran Manny Perdomo served eight years in the military which included tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. When he left the service, he was diagnosed with PTSD. → Read More

Woman was followed home from Morongo Casino, robbed of winnings, she says

A 68-year-old Riverside resident, who doesn't want us to use her name, had just returned home from a big money day 35 miles east at the Morongo Casino in Cabazon. When she got out of her car on August 18th at 1:30pm, a suspect appeared and robbed her. → Read More

Trump officials visit LA for firsthand look at city's homeless crisis

Trump administration officials toured Los Angeles homeless encampments and examined ways the city is trying to control the growing homeless population. → Read More

Hurricane Dorian: A view of devastation from the air

A Los Angeles-based photojournalist flew over the Bahamas with a relief transport to chronicle the devastation of Hurricane Dorian. → Read More