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Nisha Gutierrez-Jaime


Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Past articles by Nisha:

House, cars in Long Beach damaged by 2 downed trees

Tuesday’s powerful storm downed at least two trees in Long Beach, leaving two cars and a house with minor damages. At 8:35 a.m., a 50-foot tree on East 69th Way and Orcutt Avenue fell onto two cars, city officials reported. Then, just before 9 a.m. a tree fell on a house at 1330 Belmont Avenue, […] → Read More

British actress found after being reported missing from Hollywood area by family and friends

A British actress whose friends and family reported missing out of the Hollywood area last week has been found safe, Los Angeles Police Department officials said Monday. Tanya Fear, was reported missing by a friend on Thursday, according to a Twitter page called #FindTanyaFear that was created to help circulate her story and find her. […] → Read More

Long Beach’s colorful pride lifeguard tower burned down to the sand

The Long Beach Fire Department responded to a fire at the city’s colorful Pride Lifeguard Tower early Tuesday and found it fully engulfed in flames, officials reported. The Pride Lifeguard Tower, which sat on the sand between 12th and 13th places, went in flames sometimes before midnight on Monday, officials said. The rainbow tower was […] → Read More

Wife sets up mariachi serenade for husband battling COVID-19 on ventilator at Fullerton hospital

Patty Trejo’s husband has been battling COVID-19 and on a ventilator at a Fullerton hospital since Feb. 4 so on Monday she tried to soothe him the best way she knows how — through his love of mariachi music. Due to strict COVID-19 safety protocols at St. Jude Medical Center and hospitals statewide, the mariachi […] → Read More

L.A. Zoo to reopen next week with advanced reservations now required to limit capacity

After being closed since the beginning of December because of a surge in coronavirus cases, the gates to the Los Angeles Zoo will be reopening again next week with changes in place to keep guests safe. The zoo is slated to welcome guests back to the grounds on Feb. 16, but advanced online reservations are […] → Read More

Pedestrian fatally struck in Santa Ana; police say driver remained at scene

A man who was crossing a street in Santa Ana was fatally hit by a car on Sunday evening, police said. About 7:15 p.m., Santa Ana police responded to a report of a man suffering from major injuries on the roadway at 1200 West 1st Street, police said in a news release. According to the […] → Read More

L.A. County residents with COVID-19 symptoms, exposure urged to get home test kit to curb holiday spread

In an effort to help reduce the spread of the coronavirus during the holiday season, some residents in Los Angeles County are being urged to take advantage of the county’s new at-home testing, officials said Wednesday. The LA County Holiday Home Test Collection program is being offered for free to anyone who has symptoms of COVID-19, […] → Read More

Firefighters battling brush fire in Santa Paula; evacuation warning issued

Firefighters were battling a brush fire in Santa Paula on Monday in the midst of heavy winds, officials said. An evacuation warning was issued for the area surrounding Todd Road and Shell Road. The blaze, dubbed the Cornell Fire, was reported just after 11:45 a.m. at a river bottom near the Santa Paula Airport and […] → Read More

Free at-home COVID-19 test kits now available to residents in Santa Ana, Anaheim

Residents in Santa Ana and Anaheim, two areas that have been widely impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, can now order a free, at-home COVID-19 test kit, health officials announced on Monday. The saliva-based collection tests are being made available through a partnership between the County of Orange and Ambry Genetics. At a news conference last […] → Read More

Fire rips through Fontana gas station located near apartment complex: officials

A fire broke out at a gas station in Fontana on Friday morning, officials said. The fire was reported at 7:42 a.m. at a Valero gas station in the 3700 block of Sierra Avenue and the 15 Freeway, the San Bernardino County Fire Department reported. Photos from the scene tweeted by the Fire Department showed […] → Read More

County orders probe of Boyle Heights McDonald’s after employees claim retaliation over voiced COVID-19 concerns

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has ordered an investigation into a McDonald’s in Boyle Heights after allegations from workers who voiced complaints about COVID-19 health and safety protocols, and claimed they were wrongfully terminated . The investigation follows an Oct. 6 letter sent to the Board of Supervisors by Bob Schoonover, president of […] → Read More

Firefighters battling 25-acre vegetation fire near Perris visible from 15 Freeway

Firefighters were battling a vegetation fire near Perris on Tuesday afternoon, authorities reported. The blaze, dubbed the Candy Fire, was reported at 1:32 p.m. near the intersection of Gavilan Road and Lake Mathews Drive. Ground and air crew are currently en route after receiving multiple reports of a fire, Cal Fire Riverside said in a […] → Read More

Man killed after confronting person trying to steal his car in Anaheim; multiple subjects detained: Police

A man was killed early Tuesday after confronting someone who was trying to steal his car, the Anaheim Police Department reported. The altercation began about 6:20 a.m. when the victim confronted the car thief in the area of 100 S. Melinda Circle, police said in a news release. “During that confrontation, a collision between the […] → Read More

3 local wildfires prompt extension of smoke advisory through Tuesday for SoCal communities

A smoke advisory will remain in effect through Tuesday afternoon for a large part of Southern California as three local wildfires continue to spew harmful particles into the air. The South Coast Air Quality Management District on Monday extended the smoke advisory due to the wildfire smoke from the Bobcat, El Dorado and Snow Fires […] → Read More

L.A. County holds COVID-19 briefing after reporting uptick in cases

Health officials in Los Angeles County on Monday are providing the latest on the COVID-19 pandemic as cases have started to rise again. The county reported a steady decrease in number of new coronavirus cases through August and September, but last week the case counts were on the rise again. Over the weekend, Public Health […] → Read More

Unhealthy air from wildfires continues to put damper over L.A. region

Harmful air quality is persisting across much of the Southern California region as wildfires continue to burn locally, throughout the state and in the Pacific Northwest. On Tuesday the South Coast Air Quality Management District issued its latest smoke advisory which remains in effect for much of the region through Wednesday. The air quality is […] → Read More

CVS expands COVID-19 drive-thru testing to kids 12 and older, adds more than 100 new testing sites

As schools nationwide slowly begin to allow students back to campus, CVS Pharmacy is expanding access to coronavirus testing for children to help slow the spread of the virus. Beginning Friday, children age 12 years and older are eligible for testing at the more than 2,000 test sites located at select CVS Pharmacy drive-thru testing […] → Read More

USC reports ‘alarming’ COVID-19 outbreak at off-campus housing, over 100 students under quarantine

The University of Southern California reported an “alarming increase” in the number of coronavirus cases among students in off-campus residences as the first week of the fall semester concluded, college officials said in a community health advisory on Monday. The 43 new cases were reported over the last seven days among students in the University […] → Read More

Rancho Cucamonga named All-American City

Rancho Cucamonga has been recognized as an All-American city by the National Civic League. The award was given to 10 cities across the United States for their efforts in addressing critical challenges in the communities. Rancho Cucamonga was the only city on the West Coast to receive the designation. Elisa Cox, the city’s deputy city […] → Read More

Westwood cafe shooting leaves 1 critically wounded

One person was critically injured early Saturday when shots were fired at a cafe in Westwood, police reported. The shooting happened around 350 a.m. outside of a cafe on Broxton Street in the Westwood Village, the Los Angeles Police Department told KTLA. The suspect fled after shooting multiple rounds at the victim. Video from the […] → Read More