Sareen Habeshian, FOX5 San Diego

Sareen Habeshian

FOX5 San Diego

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Past articles by Sareen:

Will a COVID mask protect you from wildfire smoke?

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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

Man killed in Victorville road rage incident: Officials

A 22-year-old man died after an apparent road rage incident in Victorville on Sunday, police said. Deputies responded to an assault with a weapon call in the area of Bear Valley Road and Mall Boulevard just before 3 p.m., the San Bernardino County Sheriff-Coroner Department said in a news release. They found 22-year-old Brock Moore […] → Read More

Southland sees poor air quality after July Fourth fireworks

Poor air quality took over much of Southern California Tuesday following a night of July Fourth fireworks. The South Coast Air Quality Management District issued a particulate advisory for the greater Los Angeles area and into the Coachella Valley through Tuesday afternoon. Fireworks are known to emit high levels of particulate matter and metal air […] → Read More

Father arrested for suffocating 3-month-old baby to death: Riverside Police

A Riverside man was arrested Friday for allegedly suffocating his 3-month-old baby girl to death, officials said. In December, police responded to a home in the Sycamore Highlands neighborhood regarding a baby found not breathing in her crib, the Riverside Police Department said in a news release Wednesday. Upon their arrival, the 3-month-old infant was […] → Read More

U.S. Olympian’s gold medal recovered after Anaheim theft

A United States Olympian’s gold medal has been recovered after it was allegedly stolen by an Anaheim man last month. Jordyn Poulter contacted police on May 25 and reported the loss of her medal during a vehicle burglary inside a parking garage on the 1500 block of East Lincoln Avenue. Police began investigating and identified […] → Read More

Victorville home explodes, woman inside airlifted to trauma center

A woman was airlifted to a trauma center after her Victorville home exploded early Wednesday, officials said. Sheriff’s dispatch received multiple calls reporting a loud explosion and a house on fire near Adalane Court and Llanada Avenue just before 3 a.m., the San Bernardino County Sheriff-Coroner Department said in a news release. Multiple agencies responded, […] → Read More

Multiple people injured in El Segundo bus crash

Multiple people were injured in an El Segundo bus crash Monday morning. A bus with 20 occupants crashed with a big rig truck, according to a California Highway Patrol incident log. Sky5 was overhead as the commuter bus appeared flipped on its side and paramedics were responding to the scene. All eastbound traffic lanes of […] → Read More

Video: Puppies rescued from tortoise den in Yucca Valley

Two curious pups found themselves in a pickle over the weekend. Fire crews responded to a public service call Sunday in Yucca Valley and recorded video of the unusual rescue request, the San Bernardino County Fire Department said in a Facebook post. Two 5-month-old puppies, Peo and Finn, had made their way into an underground […] → Read More

2-year-old girl attacked by coyote at Fountain Valley park

A coyote attacked a 2-year-old girl at a Fountain Valley park earlier this week, officials announced Thursday. Around 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, the lone coyote attacked the child at Mile Square Park near Euclid Street and Stonecress Avenue, the Fountain Valley Police Department said in a news release. The child was treated at an area hospital […] → Read More

Woman, 2 dogs killed by lightning in LA County

A woman and her two dogs were struck and killed by lightning Wednesday morning while walking along a Pico Rivera riverbed, officials said. Around 8:50 a.m., deputies responded to a call regarding a woman possibly struck by lightning along the San Gabriel River near Mines and Rimbank avenues, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department told […] → Read More

Former O.C. police officers accused of kidnapping, illegal bounty hunting

Two former Orange County police officers have been accused of kidnapping and illegally working as bounty hunters. Rodger Jeffrey Corbett, 49, of Corona, and Kevin Andrew Pedersen, 34, of Fullerton, are scheduled to be arraigned June 29 on three felony counts each of kidnapping, false imprisonment by violence, menace, fraud or deceit and enhancement with […] → Read More

Inglewood’s SoFi Stadium among venues to host 2026 World Cup games

FIFA announced Thursday that SoFi Stadium in Inglewood will be one of the 2026 World Cup venues. A total of 16 cities will host matches in the U.S., Canada and Mexico, marking the first time three countries are hosting the games together. “As a world-class soccer city with numerous iconic stadiums as well as three […] → Read More

Man charged with stabbing 2 nurses, doctor at Encino hospital: DA

A man was charged Tuesday with stabbing a doctor and two nurses at Encino Hospital Medical Center last week. Ashkan Amirsoleymani, 35, faces three counts of attempted murder with allegations of causing great bodily injury and prior convictions that include assault by means of force likely to produce great bodily injury, the Los Angeles County […] → Read More

Early voter turnout appears dismal with 15% of ballots cast

Tuesday is Primary Election Day in California and so far, early voting turnout has been dismal, data shows. As of Monday, about 15% of the state’s registered voters had cast their ballots, according to Political Data Intelligence. That’s down from roughly 34% around the same time in last year’s gubernatorial recall, and 18% at the […] → Read More

13 people injured in Cabazon area bus crash

Thirteen people were hospitalized after a traffic collision in Cabazon on Friday, officials said. The crash involving a Greyhound bus and a second vehicle occurred just before 11 a.m. on the eastbound 10 Freeway near Malki Road, according to CAL FIRE and the Riverside County Fire Department. The Greyhound bus carrying 33 occupants was traveling […] → Read More

Mountain lion spotted in Simi Valley; nearby school on lockdown

Authorities are searching for a mountain lion spotted strolling through Simi Valley on Thursday afternoon. Around 1:30 p.m., police responded to the 300 block of Royal Avenue and conducted a search for the 110-pound creature, the Simi Valley Police Department said in an advisory. The mountain lion was then seen moving west in the 1300 […] → Read More

Student stabbed during altercation at Fillmore high school: Police

A student was stabbed during an argument at a Fillmore high school on Monday, officials said. Around 1 p.m., two students at Fillmore High School were involved in an alteration on campus, the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release. Fillmore School Resources Officers along with Fillmore patrol officers responded. They found that […] → Read More

Officer hospitalized after crash on 405 Fwy: LAPD

A Los Angeles Police Department officer was injured in a collision on the 405 Freeway Friday afternoon. The incident occurred just before 3:10 p.m. on the southbound 405, before Santa Monica Boulevard, the LAPD told KTLA. Sky5 was above the scene as an ambulance transported the officer. The officer was taken to Ronald Reagan UCLA […] → Read More

Packed L.A. animal shelters drop, reduce adoption fees

To help pets find new homes, L.A. Animal Services is offering reduced adoption fees this weekend. From Friday through Sunday, adoption fees for all dogs will be $51 (not including a license) and $75 for puppies, the agency announced in a news release. The adoption fees for cats and kittens will be waived thanks to […] → Read More