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John Fenoglio


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Past articles by John:

Video captures motorcyclist struck by hit-and-run driver in Newport Beach

The victim, Mike Landry, suffered nearly a dozen broken bones and is still recovering. He was riding home from a memorial service on West Balboa Boulevard near 26th Street when the suspect’s Jeep SUV is seen merging behind Landry in Orange County. → Read More

Severe winter storm shuts down Grapevine roads

As heavy snowfall continues battering the Tejon Pass on Friday night, drivers are being escorted by authorities amid treacherous conditions. California Highway Patrol units are stationed on the 5 Freeway, making sure drivers can safely trek through the dangerous, icy roads across the Grapevine. Earlier Friday, authorities closed a roughly 20-mile stretch of the 5 […] → Read More

Family says son who died from fentanyl overdose bought drugs through Snapchat

(KTLA) — The FBI is investigating the popular social media app Snapchat and its potential role in fentanyl overdose deaths. Investigators say teenagers use the app to purchase what they believe are prescription drugs, without knowing the actual drugs they’re receiving. Authorities are working to prevent the troubling rise in deaths as teens continue connecting […] → Read More

Christmas at the Beach: Perfect weather draws crowds to Santa Monica Pier

While parts of the United States dug out and dried out from a disruptive winter storm, thousands gathered at the Santa Monica Pier on Christmas Day to enjoy the perfect weather. Temperatures climbed into the 70s and low 80s across the Los Angeles area on Sunday. KTLA’s John Fenoglio caught up with visitors. → Read More

Thousands flock to this Southern California neighborhood for its dazzling holiday displays

Since the tragedy of the 1994 Northridge earthquake, the 41 homeowners in Santa Clarita’s Wakefield Court neighborhood have banded together to celebrate the holidays in glowing fashion. → Read More

Downtown Los Angeles protesters continue to demand ‘regime change’ in Iran

Demonstrators marching to end tyranny in Iran gathered by the thousands in downtown Los Angeles on Saturday. “We’re here to be a voice for the people of Iran. We are here for regime change,” said demonstrator Arezo Rashidian. The L.A. rally is one of dozens around the globe comprised of people fighting for women’s rights […] → Read More

Thief uses stolen credit card machine to steal $40k from Orange County salon

Security footage from The Grand salon in Downtown Brea shows a burglar breaking into the store and heading directly towards the credit card payment machine near the entrance. → Read More

Vigil honors store owner killed in downtown Los Angeles stabbing

On Friday, the Los Angeles Police Department began to detail some of the events that led up to the fatal stabbing of 56-year-old Du Young Lee, who was memorialized at a vigil that night in downtown Los Angeles. The stabbing on Saturday afternoon occurred after two 17-year-olds went into Lee’s hair extension and wig store […] → Read More

Bass, Caruso go head-to-head in mayoral debate

U.S. Rep. Karen Bass and developer Rick Caruso participated in the first one-on-one debate between the two remaining mayoral candidates on Wednesday. There’s been plenty of drama between the two candidates in recent weeks, and this debate was no exception. “I think that Los Angeles, it is very clear that we need a new direction,” […] → Read More

Does Gavin Newsom plan to run for president? Experts say it depends

A new report suggests California Governor Gavin Newsom has decided to run for president if President Joe Biden decides not to seek reelection in 2024. The governor is not saying what his plans are, but he has made several high-visibility moves that could signal a possible run. Speaking at the Clinton Global Initiative 2022 meeting […] → Read More

Man shot, wounded while driving on 110 Freeway: CHP

A man was shot on the northbound 110 Freeway in Florence, just north of the 105 Freeway, Thursday afternoon, temporarily closing the freeway as the California Highway Patrol investigated. The incident was first reported as a traffic crash, though the investigation went beyond the scope of a simple collision, said Officer Figueroa of the CHP. […] → Read More

‘I thought I was dying’: Army vet describes being stabbed while getting off Metro Green Line in random attack

An Army veteran and father of three said he was stabbed in an unprovoked attack while getting off the Metro in Hawthorne over the weekend. The incident occurred as Timothy Hahn was leaving the Metro Green Line Crenshaw station around 1 p.m. Sunday. Hahn said someone spit at him as he stepped off the train. […] → Read More

‘We forgive her,’ victim’s sister says of driver in Windsor Hills crash

Loved ones gathered once again Saturday night at the site of the horrific crash in Windsor Hills that claimed six lives. They joined in prayer and solace - finding comfort amongst each other in their search for strength. → Read More

Windsor Hills crash victim, son, and fiancé were headed to pregnancy checkup

Asherey Ryan, her 11-month-old son Alonzo, and her finance, Reynold Lester were on their way to a pregnancy checkup when, in what seemed like a fraction of a second, they were gone. “My worst fears came true,” Asherey’s sister, Cotie Davis, said at a gathering of grieving family members Friday. “I used to pray for […] → Read More

Legendary Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully dies

Vin Scully, who for more than 60 years was the voice of Los Angeles Dodgers baseball, died Tuesday. The Dodgers announced Scully’s death on social media, calling the incomparable legend of the broadcast booth, “the heartbeat of the Dodgers.” “He was the voice of the Dodgers, and so much more. He was their conscience, their […] → Read More

LAPD officer injured in hit-and-run crash on 110 Fwy: Officials

A hit-and-run crash on the Southbound 110 Freeway in South Los Angeles has injured a Los Angeles Police Department motorcycle officer, officials said. The crash at 8:06 p.m. involved a motorcycle and another vehicle, according to Nicholas Prange of the Los Angeles Fire Department. Sgt. Pereida of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department clarified that […] → Read More

San Pedro community demands answers, more police support following mass shooting at Peck Park

An outraged San Pedro community held a town hall at Peck Park Tuesday night, the sight of a deadly mass shooting that killed two people and left more wounded. Neighbors and law enforcement gathered for the special meeting to discuss what more can be done to keep the park safe. “What happened here should have […] → 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

Watch: Inaugural WeHo Pride parade

Pride Month has just begun and this Sunday at 1 p.m., the inaugural WeHo Pride parade takes place in West Hollywood. This kicks off a month of Pride celebrations taking place across the country. KTLA is proud to be the broadcast partner of WeHo Pride. “Queer Eye” star Karamo joins KTLA’s Pedro Rivera and Cher […] → Read More

CHP program, officers helps Santa Ana teen prepare for future in law enforcement

Antoine Díaz, 17, has a good reason to be standing tall on graduation day. He’s finishing Santa Ana Valley High School a year and a half early with a 4.0 GPA. “I’m very excited. It’s what I worked for,” Díaz said. “I’m overwhelmed because I’m closing a huge chapter in my life.” But how he […] → Read More