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  • Police Searching for Assault Suspect in Tustin

    Police are searching for a man after a sexual assault on a woman in Tustin.  The man has been identified as 22-year old Samuel Ostgaard from Silverado Canyon.  Investigators say Ostgaard and the woman had arranged to get together Monday night, but it's unclear if they had any sort of prior relationship.  Read More
  • Jeremiah Hall, Armed Cyclist, Arrested in Huntington Beach

    A man riding a bike is behind bars for toting a small arsenal of weapons.  Officers say they stopped 29-year old Jeremiah Hall in Huntington Beach when they saw him riding his bike the wrong way down the road and without a light.  Investigators said Tuesday that officers checked Hall's bag and found a loaded handgun, seven loaded ammunition magazines, five knives and a baton.  Read More
  • Protestors Take to the Streets of LA for a Second Night

    Protesters are voicing their frustration over the Ferguson decision on the streets of Los Angeles for the second night in a row.  Hundreds of people walked with signs reading "stop killer cops," and protesters shut down multiple intersections along Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, before gathering in front of LAPD headquarters Tuesday.  Read More
  • Wild Police Chase Ends with Standoff in Culver City

    A man is behind bars after leading cops on a wild chase that spanned several cities and freeways across Los Angeles County.  The SUV nearly ran into several other cars and just missed hitting a pedestrian while driving through Hancock Park yesterday.  Read More
  • Local Activists Call for Review of Ferguson Decision

    Los Angeles activists are calling for a federal review of the Ferguson shooting case after a grand jury in Missouri found that no crime had been committed by the officer who shot and killed an unarmed black man.  Read More


  • Darren Wilson Gives Interview to ABC [AUDIO]

    The Ferguson decision has sparked protests not only in Missouri but around the country.   As the unrest continues, the police officer at the center of the case has decided to speak out.  Darren Wilson gave an interview to ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos  – the only interview he has granted so far.  Wilson gave a clear and calm recount of what occurred that day when he shot teenager Mic hael Brown. Read More
  • LAPD Commander Smith: Ferguson Response Protests Mostly Peaceful [AUDIO]

    Some Angelenos took to the streets last night to voice their disapproval with the decision not to indict a Ferguson police officer after he shot and killed a teenage suspect.  Though the local protests didn’t rise to to level of unrest in Missouri, a number of people did manage to shut down traffic for a time on the 110 Freeway in South LA as well as Wilshire Blvd in Beverly Hills.  No one was hurt, but at least two people were arrested.  Commander Andrew Smith from the LAPD joined The Morning Answer to discuss how the department is handling protestors. Read More
  • Chuck Hagel Steps Down as Secretary of Defense [AUDIO]

    Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is stepping down from his post as Defense Secretary.  President Obama made the announcement this morning calling Hagel “no ordinary” Secretary of Defense.   Hagel is reportedly leaving in frustration after being marginalized by the Administration.  Bloomberg News reports that Hagel had stopped speaking up in White House meetings because aides with less experience often ignored what he said. Read More
  • Ben Shaprio: Obama's Executive Amnesty Power Grab 'Unprecedented' [AUDIO]

    As expected, Emperor in Chief Barack Obama used his executive authority to shield up to 5 million illegal aliens from deportation.  In his executive amnesty speech, he noted that “the politics of this issue are tough” and that “some worry about immigration will change the very fabric of who we are, or take our jobs, or stick it to the middle-class families at a time when they already feel like they’ve gotten the raw deal for over a decade.”  The beginning of the program is vague, starting in “early 2015.” Read More
  • Joe Piscopo Visits The Morning Answer [AUDIO]

    Former Saturday Night Live star Joe Piscopo is in Los Angeles for a few days and did his show for our New York sister station in our studios this morning. He stuck around after the program to spend some time on The Morning Answer with Brian Whitman, Ben Shapiro and Elisha Krauss. Read More