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  • Sesnon Fire Fully Contained

    PORTER RANCH -- Cal Fire announced that the 14,700-acre Sesnon fire was fully contained as of Saturday morning. Fire officials say downed power lines sparked the destructive fire in the Porter Ranch area. Los Angeles County Fire officials say the...
  • For Local Schools, Art Class Can be Big Business

    SIMI VALLEY -- 12-year-old Shannon McGee wasn't thinking about a marketing or business opportunity in class. She just really wanted to draw some penguins. "Well, I had penguins on my book cover so I thought it would be a cute idea." Shannon is one of...
  • Local Bank Teller Caught with Stolen Cash

    WESTLAKE VILLAGE -- A Wells Fargo bank teller was caught in a motel room with most of the $35,000 in cash he had allegedly stolen from his employer. 22-year-old Casey Nolan was caught at a Holiday Inn Express in Simi Valley with $30,450.  He was...
  • Dad Accidentally Runs Over, Kills Toddler

    SIMI VALLEY -- Authorities say a 16-month-old girl has been killed in a tragic accident outside her family's home in Simi Valley. The toddler followed her father outside without his knowing it around 10 a.m. Saturday and he accidentally backed over her...
  • The Magna Carta

    The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum 40 Presidential Drive Simi Valley, California 93065 Main Phone: 800-410-8354 or 805-577-4000 Fax: 805-577-4074 http://www.reaganfoundation.org Email: reagan.library@nara.gov If you have...
  • State Attorney General alleges tax reassessment scam

    California authorities are suing two Simi Valley brothers accused of billing tens of thousands of homeowners nearly $200 each for property tax reassessments that are available for free. The lawsuit filed Tuesday by Attorney General Edmund G. Brown in San...
  • Gov. signs bill to head off care crisis

    Los Angeles County will retain up to $300 million for medical treatment of uninsured residents who must look elsewhere for care after the closure of Martin Luther King Jr.-Harbor Hospital, under legislation signed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Friday....
  • Reporter

    Reporter
    Leticia Juarez joined 39 News in April 2009. Since coming to Houston in 2007, Leticia has covered a variety of issues affecting people living in the Bayou City. In May of 2008, she was the first on scene of the Mt. Carmel Missionary Baptist Church...
  • Brush Fire Burns About 15 Acres in Simi Valley

    Brush Fire Burns About 15 Acres in Simi Valley
    VENTURA -- Firefighters have nearly contained a brush in a hilly area on the south side of Simi Valley. About 15 acres of light brush burned near the intersection of Fitzgerald Road and Sequoia Avenue, according to a Ventura County Fire Department...
  • La Crescenta heats up

    La Crescenta heats up
    NORTHEAST GLENDALE — In all facets of the game, it was a near perfect start to the Southern California All-Star Tournament. The pitching was almost unhittable, the defense was flawless and the offense was balanced. It all added up to an easy...
  • Protest gets personal

    NORTH GLENDALE — More than 50 Glendale Unified teachers and community members took part in a candlelight vigil outside school board President Greg Krikorian's home Wednesday evening to protest dozens of possible layoffs. The demonstration was the...
  • Explosion Rocks Commercial Building in Simi Valley, One Dead

    Explosion Rocks Commercial Building in Simi Valley, One Dead
    SIMI VALLEY -- One person is dead and three others injured after an explosion rocked a commercial building Thursday. The victim's body was found trapped in the partially collapsed building in the 400 block of Easy Street, Ventura County Fire Department...