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Summer Lin

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Past articles by Summer:

'Intense' week-long heat wave coming to Southern California

A heat wave is expected to hit Southern California this week, bringing 'elevated' fire danger to the region and increasing the chance for heat-related illness. → Read More

16 victims of serial rapist suspect identified, LAPD says

Los Angeles police say 16 victims of sexual assault have been identified since the arrest of a suspected serial rapist in April. → Read More

Man found dead in his car in Death Valley National Park, an apparent heat victim

A man was found dead in his car from apparent heat-related illness Monday in Death Valley National Park, according to authorities said. → Read More

First heat wave of the summer continues to bear down on Southern California. How hot could it get?

Southern Californians should brace for another few days of high temperatures, as the first heat wave of the summer continues to bear down on the region, according to the National Weather Service. → Read More

Planning a road trip this weekend? California gas tax hike will make July 4 travel more expensive

Gas prices are expected to go up by 4 cents this weekend as part of the state gas tax, which increases every July to pay for roads and adjust for inflation. → Read More

Gov. Newsom doubles state police force in San Francisco to crack down on fentanyl crisis

Gov. Gavin Newsom announced that he is doubling the number of deployed state police officers in San Francisco to help combat the fentanyl crisis. → Read More

New peril for California beachgoers: aggressive, biting sea lions

Sea lions experiencing seizures or sickness due to an ongoing bloom of toxic algae have bitten or behaved aggressively toward beachgoers across Southern California, according to experts. → Read More

Woman who vowed to blow up Torrance bank, then threw in Molotov cocktail gets 2 years in prison

Teranee Millet was sentenced to two years in prison for throwing a Molotov cocktail in a Torrance Bank of America after getting into a dispute with a branch manager. → Read More

Three Camp Pendleton Marines among four killed in fiery crash on 5 Freeway in Downey

Four people, including three Marines stationed at Camp Pendleton, were killed in a fiery crash early Saturday on the 5 Freeway in Downey. → Read More

What was that fireball blazing across the Southern California sky?

A fireball was spotted Friday lighting up the California sky, according to the American Meteor Society. It was also seen in Arizona and Nevada. → Read More

Experts' warnings about Titan's construction will be key part of investigation into sub's implosion

Long before the OceanGate Expeditions Titan submersible embarked on its final, doomed voyage, oceanographers, engineers, industry experts and a former employee set off alarms about the vessel. → Read More

The U.S. population is older than ever. What that means

The median age in the U.S. hit a record high of 38.9 years, according to newly released census data. → Read More

After months of gray gloom, SoCal finally enjoys sun and blue skies. But will it last?

On the first day of summer, skies across Southern California are finally sunny after weeks of mostly overcast weather. But forecasters say the clearing will likely be short-lived. → Read More

What's killing hundreds of sea lions and dozens of dolphins along the Southern California coast?

More than 1,000 marine mammals along the Southern California coast have gotten sick or died due to the bloom of toxic algae, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. → Read More

Bear cub struck and killed trying to cross 14 Freeway in Santa Clarita

A bear cub was struck and killed while trying to cross the 14 Freeway in Santa Clarita on Monday morning. → Read More

You can now rent the L.A. house Walt Disney built and lived in with his family

The Los Feliz home Walt Disney dreamed up for his wife and two daughters can be yours to rent — for $40,000 per month, that is. → Read More

Antisemitic, anti-LGBTQ+ fliers dumped in SoCal neighborhoods

Leaflets with antisemitic and anti-LGBTQ+ messages were left in both San Bernardino and Orange County neighborhoods this week. → Read More

Southern Baptists turn their backs on O.C.’s Saddleback Church over its female pastors

The Southern Baptist Convention rejected appeals from Saddleback, voting to finalize the ouster of the Orange County megachurch over its female pastors. → Read More

Worried about your catalytic converter getting stolen? Los Angeles police have new technology to combat that

The Los Angeles Police Department has unveiled new technology that will make it harder for thieves to steal catalytic converters. → Read More

Ontario family finds 1 million copper pennies in the basement crawl space of 1900s-era home

John Reyes was helping his wife clean out her father's 1900s-era home about 9 months ago when they stumbled upon 1 million copper pennies. → Read More