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ABC7 News

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Recent articles by John:

Suspected DUI driver of Tesla reportedly on Autopilot taken into custody in Southern California

A DUI suspect was taken into custody after her Tesla vehicle that was reportedly on Autopilot stopped on a freeway overpass in Southern California. → Read More

Suspected DUI driver of Tesla reportedly on Autopilot taken into custody in Glendale

A DUI suspect was taken into custody after her Tesla vehicle that was reportedly on Autopilot stopped on a freeway overpass in the Glendale area. → Read More

Armed robbery captured on surveillance video at Melrose Avenue clothing store

An armed man robbed a Fairfax District clothing store at gunpoint, making off with clothing, shoes and cash in an incident that was captured on video. → Read More

Monrovia names original Tuskegee Airman Leroy Criss as Neighborhood Treasure honoree

In a big honor for a Southern California Tuskegee airman, the city of Monrovia unveiled a special plaque to honor veteran, educator and organizer Leroy Criss as part of its Neighborhood Treasure program. → Read More

Long Beach Convention Center set to reopen for conventions after prolonged closure due to pandemic

After being shut down for about a year and a half due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Long Beach Convention Center is set to reopen with a slew of scheduled conventions. → Read More

Spirit Airlines to cut up to half of its flights Friday; frustration continues for travelers at LAX

Spirit Airlines is expected to cancel up to half of its scheduled flights on Friday, as frustration mounted for stranded travelers. → Read More

Man left Molotov cocktails at Red Line station, then phoned in warning, police say

A man who allegedly left incendiary devices at a Red Line station platform, then phoned in a warning, has been arrested, police say. → Read More

ABC7 Salutes: Pasadena City College named top community college for veterans

Pasadena City College saw its largest-ever graduating class of veterans this year. The school was also named the top community college in California by the Military Times' college ranking. → Read More

Deep-fried foods, gravity-defying rides return to Orange County Fair after being canceled last year

After being canceled last year because of the pandemic, the Orange County Fair will welcome back guests for classic deep-fried foods and gravity-defying rides starting Friday. → Read More

IE teen donates money she raised from selling candles for class trip to help feed community

Feed SoCal: An Inland Empire teen donated money she raised by selling candles for a class trip to Feeding America to help provide thousands of meals for families in her community → Read More

Man detained on suspicion of starting small Thousand Oaks fire as heat wave grips SoCal

A man has been detained in connection with a small brush fire that broke out overnight in Thousand Oaks off the 101 Freeway. → Read More

Illegal fireworks set off by kids destroy home in Pasadena

Investigators say two children set off fireworks that destroyed a Pasadena home and several cars. → Read More

Nonprofit encourages young people with Down syndrome to embrace inner and outer beauty

The Art of Runway has been molding and shaping the confidence and esteem building of individuals with Down syndrome. The program's goal is to enhance self-esteem, social skills and motivate individuals to find their inner abilities. → Read More

Teen football player who provided care to family sick with COVID honored by LA Rams, law firm

When Josh Morales, 17, and his family contracted COVID-19 last year, he became their caretaker and nursed them back to health, all while maintaining a 3.7 GPA and preparing for the start of football season at Loyola High School in Los Angeles. → Read More

With Orange County now in the yellow tier, Disneyland can expand capacity to 35%

Now that Orange County has officially moved into the yellow tier, businesses can increase their capacity and welcome back more customers, including Disneyland. → Read More

With demand still high, L.A. Regional Food Bank opens new, bigger distribution center

The L-A Regional Food Bank has been a life saver for thousands of families during the pandemic. And the demand for food is still very high. The Food Bank has just opened a new distribution center to make it possible to help even more people. → Read More

Studio City pet hotel welcomes stray dogs rescued from Thailand

A pet hotel in Studio City has just welcomed seven new dogs all the way from Thailand. They were rescued off the streets, and are being given a new lease on life. → Read More

Future of Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District in question; effort to divide district gaining traction

A battle has been brewing for years between Santa Monica and Malibu, two cities sharing one school district. A county committee will hear from both sides later this month. → Read More

Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia reopens Thursday. Here's what you need to know

Six Flags Magic Mountain is welcoming back guests on Thursday and the theme park will have several COVID-19 protocols in place. → Read More

Norco High School cheerleaders rally to allow their sport to resume

Norco High School cheerleaders are ready to get back on the field, but state guidelines are keeping the sport from resuming. → Read More