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Simone Boyce


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Past articles by Simone:

Riverside City College Student Diagnosed With Tuberculosis

A Riverside City College student has been diagnosed with tuberculosis, school officials announced. Simone Boyce reports for the KTLA 5 Morning News on May 17, 2018. → Read More

Downed Power Lines Injure 2 Firefighters in San Bernardino

Two firefighters were injured by a downed power line as they were responding to a blaze in San Bernardino Tuesday night. Simone Boyce reports for the KTLA 5 Morning News on May 16, 2018. → Read More

Long Beach Bans Styrofoam Containers to Promote Environmental Sustainability

Styrofoam containers have been banned by the city of Long Beach in its efforts to have retailers, restaurants and other vendors run their businesses with more environmental sustainability. Simone Boyce reports for the KTLA 5 Morning News on May 5, 2018. → Read More

Man Sleeping in Venice Alley Way Fatally Struck by SUV: LAPD

A man sleeping in an alley way in Venice was fatally struck by an SUV early Thursday, authorities said. Officers responded to the scene near Ocean Front Walk and Wavecrest Avenue around 1:30 a.m., according the Los Angeles Police Department. LAPD and L.A. → Read More

Police Using Army of Drones to Boost Security at Coachella in Wake of Las Vegas Massacre

A small fleet of drones began to buzz overhead Thursday monitoring traffic and perimeters for the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. With 125,000 people expected daily and an increased camping area and footprint, the festival dwarfs its host city, Indio. → Read More

Husband, Wife Found Dead With Gunshot Wounds in Pomona Home; No Suspects Sought

A homicide investigation is underway Thursday after a husband and wife were found dead inside their Pomona home the night before. Authorities were called to the 1700 block of West Ninth Street about 6:30 p.m. → Read More

With Homeless Population Still in Limbo, Part of Santa Ana River Trail Reopens to Recreation

Several runners and cyclists in Orange County flocked to the newly reopened section of the Santa Ana River trail after county officials removed homeless people and cleared more than 400 tons of debris from the area. → Read More

Video Shows Armed Robbers Storm Thai Restaurant in Venice, Get Away With Cash Register

Authorities are searching for two armed robbers seen on surveillance video Thursday night storming into a Thai restaurant in Venice and taking the cash register. → Read More

Man in Custody After Allegedly Stealing LAPD SUV in Hollywood

A man who may have been under the influence of drugs stole a Los Angeles Police Department vehicle early Friday morning and led officers on a chase from Hollywood to Woodland Hills, authorities said. → Read More

YouTube Shooter May Have Had Grudge Against the Video-Sharing Site

Eleven hours before she shot up YouTube headquarters and then killed herself, Nasim Najafi Aghdam chatted with police. It was 1:40 a.m. Tuesday, and Aghdam was hundreds of miles away from home. → Read More

Remains of Missing Hollywood Actress Believed to Have Been Found in Shallow Grave in Northern California: LAPD

Just hours after police announced the remains of a 25-year-old actress missing for over a month were believed to have been found in Northern California, friends and loved ones of the young woman gathered outside her Hollywood apartment building for a candlelight vigil. → Read More

Massive Tree Topples in Glendale, Injuring Woman in Her Late 70s

A massive tree toppled onto the side of a road in Glendale and injured a woman in her late 70s, the victim's partner told KTLA Monday. The incident happened near 3980 El Lado Drive on Sunday, according to the Glendale Fire Department. → Read More

Bomb Squad Safely Detonates Grenades Found by Family in North Hollywood Home

A bomb squad safely detonated five grenades in a park after a family reported finding them in a North Hollywood residence, Los Angeles police said Sunday. The family said they were cleaning up a dead relative's garage at the home near Clybourn and Clark avenues around 7:30 pm. → Read More

Rep. Adam Schiff Joins Demonstrators in Burbank March for Our Lives

Rep. Adam Schiff joined demonstrators in the Burbank March for Our Lives rally Saturday. Simone Boyce reports for the KTLA 5 Morning News on March 24, 2018. → Read More

Engineer Advised of Cracking on Florida Bridge Two Days Before Collapse

An engineer for the company that designed a pedestrian bridge that collapsed Thursday, killing at least six people, left a voice mail two days earlier for a Florida Department of Transportation employee advising there was "some cracking that's been observed on the north end of the span. → Read More

With Rainfall Estimates Reduced for SoCal Storm, Evacuations and Flash Flood Watches Are Canceled

The first of three storms set to pass through Southern California this week began to drop rain on the region's recent burn areas Tuesday morning, but forecasters indicated the precipitation won't be as heavy as initially expected. → Read More

Suspect in Fatal Shooting of Pomona Officer Due in Court Tuesday

A man suspected of shooting two Pomona police officers, one fatally, is scheduled to appear in a Pomona courthouse Tuesday morning, records show. Isaias De Jesus Valencia was arrested after a 15-hour standoff that began with a pursuit late Friday. → Read More

3 Men Hospitalized With Gunshot Wounds After Shooting at South El Monte Bar

Authorities are investigating a triple-shooting that sent three men to the hospital Friday following an altercation at a South El Monte bar. Deputies were initially sent to the 1900 block of Tyler Avenue after receiving a call about 2:30 a.m., Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Sgt. → Read More

Police Search for Gunman Who Shot and Killed Man in Bell

Police are searching for whoever shot and killed a man whose body was found inside a van Monday night. Simone Boyce reports for the KTLA 5 Morning News on March 6, 2018. Anyone with information about the incident can contact Crime Stoppers at 800-222-8477. → Read More

Storm Brings Snow to High Desert

A winter storm brought some snow to the high desert Tuesday morning. Simone Boyce reports for the KTLA 5 Morning News on Feb. 27, 2018. → Read More