Kimberly Cheng, FOX5 San Diego

Kimberly Cheng

FOX5 San Diego

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Past articles by Kimberly:

Newsom’s budget would require guaranteed transfer admission to UCLA

Those looking to transfer to UCLA may soon have an easier time doing so if Gov. Gavin Newsom's budget is approved, but the plan has raised concerns from some in Westwood and elsewhere in the state. → Read More

Authorities investigating anti-Armenian flyers found in Beverly Hills

Police are investigating the source of anti-Armenian flyers found in Beverly Hills over the weekend. The flyers were found taped to street poles near La Cienega and Wilshire boulevards and surrounding areas. One of the flyers read in part, “wipe Armenia off the map.” “I was so angry,” Sepi Shyne, the mayor of Beverly Hills, […] → Read More

Long Beach officials detail homelessness plan

Long Beach leaders on Thursday outlined their plans to combat the homelessness crisis in the city. Earlier this week, the City Council announced an emergency proclamation on the issue, which will allow officials to coordinate inter-agency response, seek assistance from state and federal governments and speed up the process of getting additional housing units. Officials […] → Read More

‘Shockingly high’ gas bill headed your way: SoCalGas

“There’s no easy way to put this: January bills are likely to be shockingly high.” So begins an announcement from the Southern California Gas Company to customers warning them that their monthly bill is about to go up — way up. Remember the frigid temperatures that paralyzed much of the country around Christmas? Well, due […] → Read More

Boutique burglars caught on video in Studio City

A pair of break-ins at stores along Ventura Boulevard in Studio City caused major financial losses and damage, with thieves even making off with one store’s mannequin. → Read More

Los Angeles Starbucks workers join nationwide strike

Dozens of Starbucks workers in Los Angeles walked off the job Friday, joining hundreds of their counterparts in a nationwide strike in an effort to unionize the entire coffee chain. → Read More

Chrissy Teigen donates $10,000 to victims of devastating Southern California crash

Chrissy Teigen made a major donation to the Duchow family's GoFundMe. The family is looking to raise money for medical bills and a prosthetic arm after suffering a major crash in August 2022. → Read More

Whittier College axes NCAA Division III football, golf and men’s lacrosse programs

Student-athletes at Whittier College are reeling after the school announced it was dropping its NCAA Division III football, golf, and men’s lacrosse programs after the current seasons. → Read More

Six Flags Magic Mountain closes due to rain

Six Flags Magic Mountain was closed Monday due to “inclement weather,” the theme park announced on Twitter. Park tickets purchased for Nov. 7 will be valid until Dec. 31. The theme park closed amid a powerful storm hitting Southern California, which will bring rain and snow to the region Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. The showers […] → Read More

‘Do better’: Newsom pauses state funding for homelessness, calls for more action

Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Thursday that he will be holding off on providing California with a third round of funds for homelessness until local leaders meet later this month to identify new strategies to better address the issue. “Californians demand accountability and results, not settling for the status quo,” Newsom said in a news release. […] → Read More

Surveillance footage captures suspected burglars breaking into 3 Inglewood homes

Three separate residents in the same neighborhood described similar crimes, with thieves ringing the doorbell in the middle of the day when no one was home, breaking in and stealing valuables. → Read More

Students walk out of Marshall High School, demand accountability after on-campus stabbing

Students walked out of John Marshall High School in Los Feliz on Thursday, a day after a stabbing occurred on campus. The incident occurred around 3:30 p.m. at the school, located at 3939 Tracy St. At least two people were stabbed during a fight and were taken to a hospital, according to Los Angeles School […] → Read More

Foul odor coming from vacant property leaves Del Rey neighbors begging for relief

A hole in front of an abandoned home in Del Rey is producing a smell that neighbors describe as akin to sewer water. The neighbors, some of whom claim they’ve been made sick by the odor, add that the smell gets worse at night and when people on the streets use their plumbing. “It’s fecal […] → Read More

Suspects sought in deadly Encino shooting

Authorities are searching for two suspects in a deadly shooting in Encino that may have been a robbery gone wrong. The shooting happened just before 6:30 a.m. Monday on the 1800 block of Martha Street. Investigators are piecing together what happened that led to the 24-year-old victim getting shot on the front doorstep of his […] → Read More

How to prepare for the water restrictions coming to multiple areas of L.A. County

A major water delivery pipeline will be shut down starting Sept. 6 for a long-term repair project. In the meantime, residents and businesses are asked to forego all outdoor watering for 15 days, through Sept. 20. “Agencies under the water-saving request include the cities of Beverly Hills, Burbank, Glendale, Long Beach, Pasadena, San Fernando and […] → Read More

Man found stabbed to death in Woodland Hills street

A homicide investigation is underway after a man was found stabbed to death in the middle of a Woodland Hills neighborhood early Tuesday, police said. Los Angeles Police Department officers responded to a call about 5:45 a.m. near the intersection of Martinez Street and San Feliciano Drive. Firefighters at the scene determined the man had […] → Read More

Buena Park community urges Newsom to pardon formerly incarcerated Korean immigrant facing deportation

Buena Park churchgoers rallied Monday around one of their community members who is facing deportation. Justin Chung is a formerly incarcerated Korean immigrant who came to the U.S. at the age of 2. He is now at risk of being deported to South Korea, a country he says he does not know. Chung, now 32, […] → Read More

Inflation could spark rent increases

Come Aug. 1, people across California could see a rent increase, and inflation is partly to blame. Landlords will be allowed to increase rent by a maximum of 10%. A few years ago, a state law offered protection to tenants by limiting yearly rent increases to 5% plus an inflationary figure up to a total […] → Read More

L.A. City and County election results 2022

California’s primary will be held on June 7, 2022, and voters in Los Angeles City and County are deciding on a new mayor, city attorney, city council members and a new county sheriff and county supervisors. Polls closed at 8 p.m. PT and you can check back here for live election results from the Associated […] → Read More

Video: Car strikes crowd at street takeover as the illegal gatherings plague South L.A.

A car careened into a large crowd during a street takeover in the Vermont Vista area of South L.A. early Saturday morning. Cars were doing donuts in the intersection of Century Boulevard and Hoover Street, according to RMG News. People surrounded the car, and some of them jumped onto it before it drove away, causing […] → Read More