Ryan Carter, O.C. Register

Ryan Carter

O.C. Register

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Ryan:

LA County coroner confirms Monterey Park gunman cause of death

The medical examiner confirmed what authorities suspected. → Read More

Kamala Harris visit coincides with vigil for Monterey Park mass shooting victims

The city continues to mourn the lives lost with a fourth vigil planned for Wednesday night, Jan. 25. → Read More

11 victims killed in Monterey Park mass shooting now identified

Their ages range from 57 to 76. Authorities continue searching for a motive. → Read More

Shooter fired 42 rounds in Monterey Park massacre — motive not yet known – San Bernardino Sun

While serving a search warrant at suspected shooter Huu Can Tran’s home, authorities found firearms and related materials, officials said. → Read More

Monterey Park mass shooting death toll now at 11

An 11th victim succumbed to injuries sustained in the shooting that killed 10 others. → Read More

Victims killed in Monterey Park shooting were in their 50s to their 70s

Monday began with investigators continuing their search for answers as to why a gunman entered a popular dance studio to fatally shoot 10 people. → Read More

Monterey Park mass shooting is deadliest in US since Uvalde, Texas

The L.A. County suburb is the site of the 33rd mass shooting this year in the United States. → Read More

Monterey Park mass shooting is deadliest in US since Uvalde, Texas

The L.A. County suburb is the site of the 33rd mass shooting this year in the United States. → Read More

‘My heart is broken’: Lawmakers swiftly respond to Montery Park mass shooting – Press Telegram

While law officers were still searching for the shooter and no determination has been made on whether it was a hate crime, lawmakers were calling for vigilance given a rise in racist incidents dire… → Read More

After two recent traffic deaths, Altadena roadways are the focus of LA County study

Officials say the study is a good step to reduce the danger of traffic fatalities in the area. → Read More

Pasadena says voices shaping 710 Stub’s future must include people impacted by eminent domain

The council approved a plan to appoint a “working group” that would be at the ground floor of what Mayor Victor Gordo called “restitching” the city back together after the 7… → Read More

Rules, membership, timeline for Pasadena’s new Rent Control Board become clearer

The impact of Measure H, the city’s new rent control measure, is being felt. But the Board that oversees it is still in the works. → Read More

LA Cathedral to hold special Mass as former Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI laid to rest

Benedict — born Joseph Aloisius Ratzinger, and the first to resign the post in 600 years — died on Dec. 31, prompting a global outpouring of reaction. → Read More

With riderless horse in Rose Parade, Riverside County Sheriff’s Department honors slain deputy

After days of mourning, the department’s Mounted Enforcement Detail paid tribute to a fallen colleague. → Read More

Did you hear, feel, see them? B-1s thunder over Rose Parade, instead of B-2

The B-1s are from Ellsworth Air Force Base in South Dakota. → Read More

Rain is falling in Southern California, but will it rain on Pasadena’s Rose Parade?

Forecasters still say rain likely won’t fall until after 4 p.m. on parade day. Fans at the Rose Bowl game, however, should bring foul weather gear. Kickoff is 2 p.m. at the fabled 100-year-ol… → Read More

Will it rain on the Rose Parade in 2023? How about the Rose Bowl?

There’s “a slight chance of showers” on Monday in Pasadena, though it also is expected to be partly sunny with a high temperature of about 59 degrees, according to the National We… → Read More

Photos: Baldwin Park Posada marks the holiday season, with Mass, music and tamales

The event celebrated the the journey of the Bible’s Mary and Joseph from Nazareth to Bethlehem in search of shelter, where she would give birth to Jesus. → Read More

Whittier City Council paves way for lights at Murphy Ranch Little League

City officials approved the environmental clearances to bring the long-wanted lights to the field. → Read More

Retiring Whittier Daily News reporter Mike Sprague honored by City Council

Recognized for his years of journalism, Sprague noted it was slightly awkward: “A reporter should be a fly on the wall. I prefer to be asking the questions not answering them.” → Read More