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Catching Up With LA City Attorney Mike Feuer Video included

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Mike Feuer is the Los Angeles City Attorney. His responsibilities go far beyond prosecuting misdemeanor criminal cases.
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Wednesday's Child

Rolando, Serenity, Arianna and Samuel: Hopes Of A New Family Video included

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There’s nothing like summertime by the sea and we invite you to come see what we mean as we join up with four siblings for some summertime fun! Thanks to Wheel Fun Rental, two big bikes kept us moving as we cruised along Shoreline Village in Long Beach with Rolando (2001), Serenity (2005), Arianna (2006) and Samuel (2008). More>>

Point of View

Teacher Tenure Statutes Video included

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Recently, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Rolf M. Treu ruled that teacher tenure statutes -- violate the California state constitution. In the landmark case "Vergara v. California," Judge Treu held that tenure makes it almost impossible to fire incompetent teachers.

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Child-Centered Divorce Video included

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July is National Child-Centered Divorce Month. Too often when couples end their marriage, there is little if any attention paid to what their children want and what their children feel is best for the family. Some studies show that as many as 75% of California's marriages end in divorce and that nearly 30% of those divorced couples have children under the age of 18. California is one of the states where courts recognize children and their needs during and after a divorce. But too often, child... More>>

Wednesday's Child

Victoria & Toni, Seeking Guidance From A New Family Video included

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Ponytails and rides with wheels were just some of our favorite things about this week’s Wednesday’s Child when we met up with sisters Victoria and Toni for a day of food, fun and play at Chuck E Cheese’s. Take a look as we help these two kids just be kids, with the help of the resident mouse! More>>

Midday Sunday With Tony Valdez

Ramadan, The Muslim Holy Month Video included

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Today's program is devoted to Ramadan, the Muslim holy month observed by more than 1.6 billion people around the world. Islam is based on the lunar calendar of which Ramadan is the ninth month. It is believed to be the time when God revealed the Koran to the prophet Muhammad. More>>

Wednesday's Child

Jazmin, Lilia and Jonathan Broadcast Hopes For A Forever Family Video included

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There’s a ‘70s song that proclaims “video killed the radio star”, but this week we accompany three siblings who are fans of music and of radio to one of their favorite local radio station – 102.7 KIIS FM – to see just how alive and well radio is. More>>

Midday Sunday With Tony Valdez

Summer Travel Season Video included

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It's time to take time off and that means many Southern Californians are planning their vacations. Some will be heading to the airport and a lot of us are planning road trips.
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Point of View

Keeping Our Movie Industry In California Video included

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Runaway movie production is out of control. KTTV Vice President and General Manager Kevin Hale looks at what needs to be done bring the movie industry back to Los Angeles, in this POV.


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Gina's People

One Student's Fight Against Texting While Driving Video included

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We all know texting while driving can be deadly. Research shows drivers who text are 23 times more likely to get into an accident. In Gina's People…we meet a high school student who is working to get teens to put away that phone. More>>

  • Blogs From The FOX 11 NewsroomMore>>

  • Sunday is the 45th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing

    Sunday is the 45th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing

    Saturday, July 19 2014 12:26 AM EDT2014-07-19 04:26:44 GMT
    I wrote Neil Armstrong a letter and he wrote me back! My Moon Dreams!
    I wrote Neil Armstrong a letter and he wrote me back! My Moon Dreams!
  • Fox 11 Archives: Shirley Temple's Disneyland Connection

    Fox 11 Archives: Shirley Temple's Disneyland Connection

    Wednesday, July 16 2014 11:15 PM EDT2014-07-17 03:15:49 GMT
    On a sweltering Anaheim afternoon 59 years ago this week, Disneyland had its gala grand opening. It was an invitation-only, televised event, but soon the gates opened to the general public. And two years later, at another grand opening, Shirley Temple joined Walt Disney to inaugurate the "walk-through" of Sleeping Beauty's Castle.
    On a sweltering Anaheim afternoon 59 years ago this week, Disneyland had its gala grand opening. It was an invitation-only, televised event, but soon the gates opened to the general public. And two years later, at another grand opening, Shirley Temple joined Walt Disney to inaugurate the "walk-through" of Sleeping Beauty's Castle.
  • From Entertainment Anchor Julie Chang

    Cheating Death...To Create A New Life!

    Cheating Death...To Create A New Life!

    Wednesday, July 16 2014 2:49 PM EDT2014-07-16 18:49:03 GMT
    [VIEW PHOTO GALLERY] One of my Instagram peeps put it best: you cheated death last year...only to create a new life this year. Amen! My husband and I are elated to announce that we are expecting a little one this December.
    [VIEW PHOTO GALLERY] One of my Instagram peeps put it best: you cheated death last year...only to create a new life this year. Amen! My husband and I are elated to announce that we are expecting a little one this December.
  • Gina's PeopleMore>>

  • Gina's People

    Pauly's Project

    Pauly's Project

    Monday, June 16 2014 9:36 AM EDT2014-06-16 13:36:31 GMT
    He's blind and autistic but with the help of his father, Pauly Avila is giving the gift of music to the homeless. He is the FOX 11 Viewer of the week and the focus of Gina's People.
    He's blind and autistic but with the help of his father, Pauly Avila is giving the gift of music to the homeless. He is the FOX 11 Viewer of the week and the focus of Gina's People.
  • Gina's People

    Smiles For Scarlette

    Smiles For Scarlette

    Monday, June 9 2014 10:53 AM EDT2014-06-09 14:53:08 GMT
    Baby Scarlette Tipton was born five months ago with an abnormally large, left arm. It measures approximately three times the size of her right arm. Doctors say this is an extremely rare condition. Doctors have given Scarlette's parents different diagnosis, the latest is Undifferentiated Sarcoma, a very rare childhood cancer.
    Baby Scarlette Tipton was born five months ago with an abnormally large, left arm. It measures approximately three times the size of her right arm. Doctors say this is an extremely rare condition. Doctors have given Scarlette's parents different diagnosis, the latest is Undifferentiated Sarcoma, a very rare childhood cancer.
  • Gina's People

    Music LA: Instrument Donation To Inner City Kids

    Music LA: Instrument Donation To Inner City Kids

    Monday, June 2 2014 11:58 AM EDT2014-06-02 15:58:38 GMT
    This week in Gina's People we recognize a FOX 11 viewer who is making a difference by bringing music to inner city children. Norka Regalado started the Rudy Regalado Foundation in memory of her father Rudy.
    This week in Gina's People we recognize a FOX 11 viewer who is making a difference by bringing music to inner city children. Norka Regalado started the Rudy Regalado Foundation in memory of her father Rudy.
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  • Point of View

    Teacher Tenure Statutes

    Teacher Tenure Statutes

    Sunday, July 13 2014 5:02 PM EDT2014-07-13 21:02:19 GMT
    Recently, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Rolf M. Treu ruled that teacher tenure statutes -- violate the California state constitution. In the landmark case "Vergara v. California," Judge Treu held that tenure makes it almost impossible to fire incompetent teachers.
    Recently, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Rolf M. Treu ruled that teacher tenure statutes -- violate the California state constitution. In the landmark case "Vergara v. California," Judge Treu held that tenure makes it almost impossible to fire incompetent teachers.

  • Point of View

    Keeping Our Movie Industry In California

    Keeping Our Movie Industry In California

    Friday, June 6 2014 2:13 PM EDT2014-06-06 18:13:38 GMT
    Runaway movie production is out of control. KTTV Vice President and General Manager Kevin Hale looks at what needs to be done bring the movie industry back to Los Angeles, in this POV.

    Runaway movie production is out of control. KTTV Vice President and General Manager Kevin Hale looks at what needs to be done bring the movie industry back to Los Angeles, in this POV.


  • Point of View

    Businesses Leaving California: Governor Brown Are You Listening?

    Businesses Leaving California: Governor Brown Are You Listening?

    Saturday, May 24 2014 12:50 PM EDT2014-05-24 16:50:34 GMT
    Is California becoming a hostile environment for new business? KTTV Vice President and General Manager Kevin Hale looks at what needs to be done to become “business-friendly”, in this POV.

    Is California becoming a hostile environment for new business? KTTV Vice President and General Manager Kevin Hale looks at what needs to be done to become “business-friendly”, in this POV.


  • InvestigativeMore>>

  • FOX 11 Investigates

    Sexual Predators: Do You Even Know It's There?

    Sexual Predators: Do You Even Know It's There?

    Friday, June 20 2014 1:30 AM EDT2014-06-20 05:30:44 GMT
    The number alone is shocking. In one South Los Angeles zip code, there are 240 registered sex offenders living there. You can get this information off of Megan’s law website, required by state law, named after seven-year-old Megan Kanka, a New Jersey girl who was raped and killed by a known registered sex offender who had moved across the street from the family without their knowledge. The idea is to prevent that from happening again, and of course it’s a noble goal.
    The number alone is shocking. In one South Los Angeles zip code, there are 240 registered sex offenders living there. You can get this information off of Megan’s law website, required by state law, named after seven-year-old Megan Kanka, a New Jersey girl who was raped and killed by a known registered sex offender who had moved across the street from the family without their knowledge. The idea is to prevent that from happening again, and of course it’s a noble goal.
  • Gang Buster: War on Street Gangs

    Gang Buster: War on Street Gangs

    Friday, May 23 2014 1:21 AM EDT2014-05-23 05:21:35 GMT
     Gang Related: Real Life Gang Busters

     Gang Related: Real Life Gang Busters




  • New Health Craze: Miracle Cure-All?

    New Health Craze: Miracle Cure-All?

    Thursday, May 22 2014 12:26 AM EDT2014-05-22 04:26:24 GMT
    An ancient home remedy gets new life because of celebrity appeal.
    An ancient home remedy gets new life because of celebrity appeal.
  • Wednesday's ChildMore>>

  • Wednesday's Child

    Rolando, Serenity, Arianna and Samuel: Hopes Of A New Family

    Rolando, Serenity, Arianna and Samuel: Hopes Of A New Family

    Thursday, July 17 2014 2:00 AM EDT2014-07-17 06:00:08 GMT
    There’s nothing like summertime by the sea and we invite you to come see what we mean as we join up with four siblings for some summertime fun! Thanks to Wheel Fun Rental, two big bikes kept us moving as we cruised along Shoreline Village in Long Beach with Rolando (2001), Serenity (2005), Arianna (2006) and Samuel (2008).
    There’s nothing like summertime by the sea and we invite you to come see what we mean as we join up with four siblings for some summertime fun! Thanks to Wheel Fun Rental, two big bikes kept us moving as we cruised along Shoreline Village in Long Beach with Rolando (2001), Serenity (2005), Arianna (2006) and Samuel (2008).
  • Wednesday's Child

    Victoria & Toni, Seeking Guidance From A New Family

    Victoria & Toni, Seeking Guidance From A New Family

    Thursday, July 10 2014 1:00 AM EDT2014-07-10 05:00:17 GMT
    Ponytails and rides with wheels were just some of our favorite things about this week’s Wednesday’s Child when we met up with sisters Victoria and Toni for a day of food, fun and play at Chuck E Cheese’s. Take a look as we help these two kids just be kids, with the help of the resident mouse!
    Ponytails and rides with wheels were just some of our favorite things about this week’s Wednesday’s Child when we met up with sisters Victoria and Toni for a day of food, fun and play at Chuck E Cheese’s. Take a look as we help these two kids just be kids, with the help of the resident mouse!
  • Wednesday's Child

    Jazmin, Lilia and Jonathan Broadcast Hopes For A Forever Family

    Jazmin, Lilia and Jonathan Broadcast Hopes For A Forever Family

    Thursday, July 3 2014 1:00 AM EDT2014-07-03 05:00:12 GMT
    There’s a ‘70s song that proclaims “video killed the radio star”, but this week we accompany three siblings who are fans of music and of radio to one of their favorite local radio station – 102.7 KIIS FM – to see just how alive and well radio is.
    There’s a ‘70s song that proclaims “video killed the radio star”, but this week we accompany three siblings who are fans of music and of radio to one of their favorite local radio station – 102.7 KIIS FM – to see just how alive and well radio is.
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