Sid Garcia, ABC7 Eyewitness News

Sid Garcia

ABC7 Eyewitness News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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$13.2M awarded to family of OC man who died after chokehold by Anaheim police

A federal jury awarded $13.2 million to the children of a man who died after being placed in a chokehold by Anaheim police in 2016. → Read More

Flash flood watches remain in effect as SoCal's 1st major storm of season brings lightning, fears of mudslides

The first major storm of the season made its way into Southern California on Wednesday, closing beaches in Santa Monica, pelting downtown Los Angeles with hail and dropping a fresh coat of powder on the mountains. → Read More

Downtown LA clinic gives free healthcare to homeless, others

A massive free clinic in downtown Los Angeles is providing health care to thousands of homeless people and others with limited access to medical services. → Read More

LA County seeking public input on homelessness crisis

Los Angeles County is hosting a series of community meetings across the region to talk about solutions to the growing homelessness crisis. → Read More

Woolsey Fire: Community rises from the ashes, continues to rebuild 1 year after devastating blaze

Several communities are continuing to recover and rebuild one year after the deadly Woolsey Fire ignited and scorched nearly 100,000 acres in Los Angeles and Ventura counties. → Read More

Borderline shooting: Family of 21-year-old Jake Dunham leans on community support for healing

The Healing Garden at Conejo Creek North Park in Thousand Oaks is a place that Kathy and Ken Dunham visit often to reflect and remember their 21-year-old son Jake who was one the 12 victims killed in last year's Borderline shooting. → 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

Easy Fire in Simi Valley burns 1,491 acres near Ronald Reagan Library, 6,500 homes threatened

A brush fire erupted on the hillsides above Simi Valley amid extreme red flag conditions, prompting evacuation orders and school closures as it spread to more than 1,400 acres. → Read More

Palisades Fire: Video shows start of blaze and man in vicinity

New video shows the start of the Palisades Fire along a roadway and a man in the vicinity before it exploded to nearly 40 acres and threatened hillside homes. → Read More

Body found in car ID'd as man sought in hammer attack on ex-fiancee and her mother in Glendale

A decomposing body found trapped inside of a car in the Angeles National Forest last month has been identified as a 28-year-old man accused of attacking his fiance and her mother with a hammer in Glendale, authorities said. → Read More

10-4 day: Classic cop cars patrol Hollywood for a good cause

For the annual 10-4 day, classic cop cars and stars of law enforcement TV shows gathered for a good cause. → Read More

Musso & Frank Grill has served up their signature martini to Hollywood's famous for 100 years

The Musso & Frank Grill has been serving up their signature martini to Hollywood's famous - and infamous - for 100 years. → Read More

LA County Board votes to support appeal regarding where homeless people can sleep

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors listened as dozens urged them not to go against a federal court ruling that said arresting people sleeping on streets is unconstitutional. → Read More

Rancho Cucamonga man under arrest for allegedly stabbing daughter to death, authorities say

A Rancho Cucamonga man has been arrested for murder after allegedly stabbing his daughter, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department. → Read More

Father of Inglewood boy whose body was found in pool at public park demands answers

The father of a 9-year-old boy whose body was found in a public pool has a lot of questions about what happened to his son. → Read More

Operator of boat involved in deadly Ventura County fire has good reputation, divers say

Truth Aquatics, the operator of the boat involved in a deadly fire off the Ventura County coast, has an excellent reputation and kept the vessel in good shape, according to divers familiar with the company. → Read More

2 suspects charged with murder amid ongoing search for missing West Covina firefighter

Two suspects were charged in connection with the disappearance and possible murder of a West Covina man, a firefighter who has been missing for one week, authorities said. → Read More

Sherman Oaks residents angry over removal of decades-old trees

Some residents of a Sherman Oaks neighborhood are mad that the city recently cut down trees that for decades have provided shade to their homes. → Read More

Code enforcement officer helps veterans keep their homes after bringing them up to code

Ruth Leath Bryan and her Navy veteran husband were struggling to keep their home up to code and were at risk of losing it until Code Vet stepped in to help. → Read More

Ventura County deputies, firefighters participate in active shooter drill in Westlake Village

Ventura County deputies and firefighters worked together in an active shooter drill at Westlake High School. → Read More