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Joseph Aims High In Hopes Of A Forever Home Video included

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This week we want to make a federal case for Joseph (1998) finding a forever family, so we obtained the necessary clearances to accompany Joseph to the Los Angeles Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). And during our friendly investigation, we found Joseph to be a dynamic teen with a good bit of focus and determination for someone his age. More>>

Mexican American Boxing In LA

Mexican American Boxing In LA Video included

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Los Angeles used to be a major venue for championship boxing. From the 1930s through the 1970s, there were prize fights nearly every night in metropolitan Los Angeles, primarily at the Olympic Auditorium in Downtown Los Angeles. More>>

Point of View

California Has Highest Gas Tax In The Nation Video included

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California motorists are burdened with the highest gas tax in the nation: 71 cents for every gallon of gas purchased. If that was not enough, along comes AB-32 that mandates that vehicle fuel production will be, in effect, taxed beginning in 2015.

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Human Trafficking On The Rise, Orange County Launches Awareness Campaign Video included

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Human trafficking is the fastest growing organized crime generating $32 Billion dollars a year. In Orange County, law enforcement has been actively seeking perpetrators and rescuing the victims. More>>

Wednesday's Child

Khalid & Ah'Niyah Want To Go Back To School, And A Forever Home Video included

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We're in the hazy days of August and soon it will be back-to-school for many children… or the very first day of school for kids like Khalid (2009), who will be starting kindergarten soon. But before he heads off to school, we swooped up Khalid and his baby sister Ah'Niyah (2011) for a day of fun and play at Pelican Pier at Shoreline Village in Long Beach, California. More>>

Wednesday's Child

Eric Looks To A Safe Landing In A Forever Home Video included

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It’s not every day one gets to interact with a living legend, but this week’s Wednesday’s Child, Eric (1998), recently got such an opportunity!
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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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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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  • Blogs From The FOX 11 NewsroomMore>>

  • Promo Connection: Simpsons & Family Guy + Red Band Society

    Promo Connection: Simpsons & Family Guy + Red Band Society

    Monday, August 18 2014 3:59 PM EDT2014-08-18 19:59:48 GMT
    Alright, there's some really awesome stuff coming down the pipe. One thing that I'm especially excited about is the Simpsons/Family Guy mash-up! That's right – America's favorite families from Springfield and Quahog are finally going to meet. 
    Alright, there's some really awesome stuff coming down the pipe. One thing that I'm especially excited about is the Simpsons/Family Guy mash-up! That's right – America's favorite families from Springfield and Quahog are finally going to meet. 
  • Rick's Weekend Beach & Surf Report

    Rick's Weekend Beach & Surf Report

    Friday, August 15 2014 11:29 PM EDT2014-08-16 03:29:55 GMT
    Hitting the beach this weekend? Meteorologist Rick Dickert wants to update you on everything you need to know before your fun in the sun.
    The weather should be great at the beach this weekend and so will the surf! Meteorologist Rick Dickert wants to update you on everything you need to know before your fun in the water!
  • FOX 11 Archives: The Rise And Fall Of The Berlin Wall

    FOX 11 Archives: The Rise And Fall Of The Berlin Wall

    Wednesday, August 13 2014 11:10 AM EDT2014-08-13 15:10:28 GMT
    For many, the Berlin Wall represented communist oppression in concrete form. It went up in August, 1961; an effort by East Germany to stop refugees from fleeing to the West. Before the wall's mortar had set, we produced a TV special, filmed on location.
    For many, the Berlin Wall represented communist oppression in concrete form. It went up in August, 1961; an effort by East Germany to stop refugees from fleeing to the West. Before the wall's mortar had set, we produced a TV special, filmed on location.
  • 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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  • Savion Glover, the master teacher

    Savion Glover, the master teacher

    Wednesday, August 20 2014 10:31 PM EDT2014-08-21 02:31:51 GMT
    While the rest of us merely march to the beat of our own drum, Savion Glover is the drum. The tap dance superstar has dazzled audiences from the small screen to the big screen from the White House to the Great White Way. More than just a legend, Savion has become a curator of tap. He is on a mission to keep the craft sacred for future generations.
    While the rest of us merely march to the beat of our own drum, Savion Glover is the drum. The tap dance superstar has dazzled audiences from the small screen to the big screen from the White House to the Great White Way. More than just a legend, Savion has become a curator of tap. He is on a mission to keep the craft sacred for future generations.
  • Fatal boat explosion on Long Island

    Fatal boat explosion on Long Island

    Wednesday, August 20 2014 9:56 PM EDT2014-08-21 01:56:27 GMT
    Detectives from the Nassau County Homicide Squad are investigating an explosion that destroyed a boat, burned two docks, and killed one person in Manorhaven on Wednesday afternoon. Two dock workers and two boaters were gassing up a docked 33-foot Carver motor boat just after 2:45 p.m. when an explosion tore through the boat, setting it and the dock on fire, police said.
    Detectives from the Nassau County Homicide Squad are investigating an explosion that destroyed a boat, burned two docks, and killed one person in Manorhaven on Wednesday afternoon. Two dock workers and two boaters were gassing up a docked 33-foot Carver motor boat just after 2:45 p.m. when an explosion tore through the boat, setting it and the dock on fire, police said.
  • Helmsley Building lights up in gold

    Going gold for pediatric cancer research

    Going gold for pediatric cancer research

    Wednesday, August 20 2014 9:22 PM EDT2014-08-21 01:22:24 GMT
    The Helmsley Building in Manhattan went gold Wednesday night in honor of children with cancer. The owners also plan to do the same in September for Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month.Other city landmarks that will go gold next month include Times Square, the Coney Island Parachute jump, and all of Bay Ridge, Brooklyn.
    The Helmsley Building in Manhattan went gold Wednesday night in honor of children with cancer. The owners also plan to do the same in September for Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month.Other city landmarks that will go gold next month include Times Square, the Coney Island Parachute jump, and all of Bay Ridge, Brooklyn.
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  • Wednesday's Child

    Joseph Aims High In Hopes Of A Forever Home

    Joseph Aims High In Hopes Of A Forever Home

    Thursday, August 14 2014 1:00 AM EDT2014-08-14 05:00:16 GMT
    This week we want to make a federal case for Joseph (1998) finding a forever family, so we obtained the necessary clearances to accompany Joseph to the Los Angeles Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). And during our friendly investigation, we found Joseph to be a dynamic teen with a good bit of focus and determination for someone his age.
    This week we want to make a federal case for Joseph (1998) finding a forever family, so we obtained the necessary clearances to accompany Joseph to the Los Angeles Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). And during our friendly investigation, we found Joseph to be a dynamic teen with a good bit of focus and determination for someone his age.
  • Wednesday's Child

    Khalid & Ah'Niyah Want To Go Back To School, And A Forever Home

    Khalid & Ah'Niyah Want To Go Back To School, And A Forever Home

    Thursday, August 7 2014 1:00 AM EDT2014-08-07 05:00:12 GMT
    We're in the hazy days of August and soon it will be back-to-school for many children… or the very first day of school for kids like Khalid (2009), who will be starting kindergarten soon. But before he heads off to school, we swooped up Khalid and his baby sister Ah'Niyah (2011) for a day of fun and play at Pelican Pier at Shoreline Village in Long Beach, California.
    We're in the hazy days of August and soon it will be back-to-school for many children… or the very first day of school for kids like Khalid (2009), who will be starting kindergarten soon. But before he heads off to school, we swooped up Khalid and his baby sister Ah'Niyah (2011) for a day of fun and play at Pelican Pier at Shoreline Village in Long Beach, California.
  • Wednesday's Child

    Eric Looks To A Safe Landing In A Forever Home

    Eric Looks To A Safe Landing In A Forever Home

    Thursday, July 31 2014 1:00 AM EDT2014-07-31 05:00:11 GMT
    It’s not every day one gets to interact with a living legend, but this week’s Wednesday’s Child, Eric (1998), recently got such an opportunity!
    It’s not every day one gets to interact with a living legend, but this week’s Wednesday’s Child, Eric (1998), recently got such an opportunity!
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