Manhunt Continues for Suspect Who Fatally Stabbed CSUF Employee — TIME

A manhunt is underway for the person who allegedly stabbed a California State University, Fullerton employee to death in a “targeted” attack in a university parking lot on Monday, police said. Around 8:30 a.m. Monday, Fullerton Police responded to a call of a “male down, bleeding from the head” in a parking lot of CSUF…

via Manhunt Continues for Suspect Who Fatally Stabbed Cal State Fullerton Employee in Alleged ‘Targeted’ Attack — TIME

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San Diego State Bans Electric Scooters — KTLA

In a move to protect public safety, San Diego State University has banned the use of virtually all electric and motorized versions of scooters, skateboards, bikes, roller skates and hoverboards on campus…

via San Diego State Bans Electric Scooters, Neglects to Tell Students — KTLA

Tustin Woman Contracts West Nile Virus, Marking 1st Human Case in O.C. This Year — KTLA

A Tustin woman in her 50s was confirmed Monday to have the first human case of West Nile virus in Orange County this year. “West Nile virus is endemic in Orange County, recurring every year during the summer months and continuing into the fall,”

via Tustin Woman Contracts West Nile Virus, Marking 1st Human Case in O.C. This Year — KTLA

Special Olympics Southern California Fundraises with Plane Pull and USC vs UCLA Run — KTLA

Erin Myers reports from Special Olympics Southern California’s day of double fundraisers at Long Beach Airport: the ‘We Run the City’ 5K/10K and Plane Pull. Originally aired on KTLA 5 Weekend Morning News on Saturday, August 17, 2019.

via Special Olympics Southern California Fundraises with Plane Pull and USC vs UCLA Run — KTLA