Lucky Duck Foundation distributes their one millionth meal

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The Lucky Duck Foundation is a local organization dedicated to helping the homeless population in San Diego. They’re about to hit a major milestone — delivering their one millionth meal. Drew Moser, Executive Director at the Lucky Duck Foundation, joined KUSI’s Logan Byrnes on Good Evening San Diego to discuss the charitable milestone. Categories: Good Evening San Diego, Health, Local San Diego News

Ducks Blow Late Three-Goal Lead, Beat Kings 5-4 In Shootout

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Kevin Shattenkirk and Trevor Zegras scored in the shootout, and the Anaheim Ducks blew a three-goal lead in the third period before rallying for a 5-4 win over the Los Angeles Kings on Tuesday night in the first Freeway Faceoff of the season. Los Angeles, CA – November 30: Kevin Shattenkirk #22 of the Anaheim Ducks scores past goalie Jonathan Quick #32 of the Los Angeles Kings as the Anaheim Ducks defeat the Los Angeles Kings 5-4 in a shoot out during a NHL hockey game at Staples Center in Los Angeles on Tuesday, November 30, 2021. (Photo by Keith Birmingham/MediaNews Group/Pasadena Star-News via Getty Images) Troy Terry and Shattenkirk scored unassisted goals in the second period and John Gibson made 30 saves before stopping two of Los Angeles’ three tries in the shootout. The Ducks got their 10th win in 14 games despite wasting a 4-1 lead with 13 minutes left in regulation after Cam Fowler and Isac Lundeström scored 29 seconds apart early in the third period. Jonathan Quick stopped 32 shots and Dustin Brown scored the tying goal…

Moorpark Community Comes Together To Help Owner Of Lalo’s Mexican Food, Which Caught Fire On Thanksgiving Eve

MOORPARK (CBSLA) – A Thanksgiving tragedy is bringing the community of Moorpark together in more ways than one, as they give back to one of their own. Orozco the night of the incident. (Photo Credit: KCAL9) Orlando Orozco, owner of Lalo’s Mexican Food, in Moorpark was stripping his restaurant floors the night before Thanksgiving, when a fire suddenly broke out, engulfing him in flames. He was luckily able to escape the restaurant, where an employee had the wherewithal to pat him down, extinguishing the flames before he was rushed to the hospital – and he’s been there since. Orozco sustained burns to over 60 percent of his body. Alyssa Ziegeler, Orozco’s sister-in-law, noted that no one was prepared “He’s such a strong, hardworking guy. It’s definitely difficult to see him in this state.” Now, the father of four has to have surgeries every 3-to-5 days for the next several months as he continues to heal from the tragic incident. As a result, he is unable to spend time with his family, manage his beloved restaurant or spend time giving back to his community as he so…

Caught On Camera: Hancock Park Woman Robbed After Returning Home With Baby

HANCOCK PARK (CBSLA) — Security camera footage captured two thieves ambushing a woman in one of Los Angeles’ most upscale neighborhoods. “I felt so sorry for her,” said Carol Wior, who has been living in Hancock Park since 1976. “They don’t seem to care. They’ll just walk right up to you with a gun.” (credit: LAPD) According to the Los Angeles Police Department, on Sunday evening, two men in their 20s came up the female victim’s Hancock Park driveway shortly after she returned from a walk with a baby. In broad daylight, the two suspects demanded the female victim surrender her diaper bag and cooler before fleeing the scene in a silver sedan  “It’s just unfortunate we live in a society that’s degenerated to this level,” said neighbor William Barth. “We’ve got to do something about this. We’ve gotta bring some sort of social and economic justice to this country or this is gonna keep happening. We are going downhill.” The dangerous trend of follow-home robberies seems to have trickled into this affluent neighborhood, after multiple instances in nearby Melrose and Fairfax.  Many of the…

Sheriff’s Homicide Unit Investigating Fatal Shooting In Whittier

WHITTIER (CBSLA) – Authorities on Tuesday responded to the shooting death of a male victim at 11900 Leland Ave. in Whittier. The incident was reported at approximately 8:14 p.m., according to the LA County Sheriff’s Department. Police said that the male victim, who has not been identified, was declared dead at the scene. No other information was immediately available. Anyone with information about the incident is encouraged to contact the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Homicide Bureau at 323-890-5500. Anonymous tips can be made through Crime Stoppers at 800-222-8477 or online at LACrimestoppers.org

Man arrested in connection with Palo Alto carjacking

PALO ALTO – A 26-year-old San Francisco man has been arrested in connection with a carjacking in downtown Palo Alto, police said. The incident was reported at about 5:15 p.m. Friday at a city parking lot on the 300 block of Hamilton Avenue, the Palo Alto Police Department said in a news release Tuesday. An investigation revealed a husband and wife in their 60s had parked their 2017 Honda Civic in the lot and noticed the suspect staring at them. The couple walked to a nearby business and left the car unlocked. Police said the wife returned to the car to lock it and found the suspect in the driver’s seat. The victim started to scream and the suspect got out of the car and demanded the key, which was in her hand, police said. He allegedly grabbed the key, got back in the car and tried to start it. Police said the suspect was unable to start the car and got out again as the victim’s husband returned to the scene. Officers arrived a short time later and took the suspect into custody. He…

Mike Glennon, not Daniel Jones, could be Giants’ starting QB when they face Dolphins

A person familiar with the situation has told The Associated Press that New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones has a neck injury and his status for Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins is uncertain. The person spoke on condition of anonymity Tuesday because the Giants have not released their injury report and the team had the day off. The person said Jones’ name will be on the report on Wednesday. NFL Network was first to report the injury. Coach Joe Judge is scheduled to talk to reporters on Wednesday morning. Jones has started every game this season for the Giants (4-7). He was 19 of 30 for 202 yards and a touchdown against the Eagles in a 13-7 win on Sunday. Jones played every offensive snap against Philadelphia and did not appear to be injured on any play. He spoke with reporters after the game and showed no sign of injury. Jones, the No. 6 pick overall in 2019, is having his best season. He is 232 of 361 for 2,428 yards and 10 touchdowns. He is hitting 64.3% of his passes and has seven…

Warriors-Suns lives up to the hype but ends in Golden State’s third loss of the season

PHOENIX — Draymond Green pulled up, exhausted, and watched as the nail dig into the coffin of the Warriors’ seven-game winning streak and their claim to sole possession of the NBA’s best record. Jae Crowder’s 3-pointer with 3:47 to go sealed the Warriors’ fate in a 104-96 loss to the Phoenix Suns in a matchup of the NBA’s top two teams that lived up to its billing. Green had just run the length of the court and back two times but failed to complete either of his attempts at the rim that could have stemmed the Suns’ game-clinching run. Instead, all he could was watch. Crowder’s 3 was the clincher in a 24-18 fourth quarter that gave the Suns their 17th consecutive win and pulled them even with Golden State atop the Western Conference standings at 18-3. Tuesday’s game was more than just an early season matchup for supremacy in the West. It was a battle of one team vying to regain its position and another looking to replicate the former’s dynastic reign. Suns coach Monty Williams laid the stakes bare. “They have everything we…

SF Giants bolster rotation again, sign another veteran starter

SAN FRANCISCO — With a potential work stoppage and lockout looming, the Giants are among many MLB teams that aren’t waiting around to sign free agents. After re-signing veteran starter Anthony DeSclafani to a three-year, $36 million deal last week, the Giants announced they agreed to terms with another veteran right-hander, Alex Cobb, on a two-year, $20 million deal with a club option for 2024 on Tuesday. Cobb will earn $9 million in 2022 and 2023 and the Giants will have the choice of exercising a $10 million club option for 2024 or paying the righty a $2 million buyout. Cobb, 34, joins DeSclafani and ace Logan Webb in the Giants’ projected 2022 rotation and boasts an impressive résumé, but has also dealt with injury issues in recent years. Cobb missed nearly all of the 2019 season with a hip injury and only made 18 starts in 2021 due to a wrist issue. When healthy, the former Rays, Orioles and Angels righty has been an effective mid-rotation option and is a proven strike-thrower, which makes him an appealing option for a Giants team that values…

Thursday event to highlight career opportunities in education in Tehama County

RED BLUFF — An event highlighting career opportunities in education is scheduled for 2-6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 2 at the Job Training Center in Red Bluff. Due to the worker shortage, low unemployment rates and fewer women in the workforce, filling key positions in education has continued to challenge schools, daycare centers, preschools, after school programs and even sports teams seeking coaches. In response, the Job Training Center, First Five Tehama and the Tehama County Department of Education have been working on short and long-term workforce strategies. “Edjoin.com is the go-to website for jobs in education and today there’s still over 160 open positions in the county,” said Kathy Garcia, of the Job Training Center. “They are not all teaching positions. This is where you also find openings for coaches, maintenance and facility staff, administrative office workers and more.” The team has invited a group of experts to be available for Thursday’s event to showcase the many different local career positions in education. Experts will be available to answer questions and help connect the dots. If you need to register to take ECE credits, a…

Here’s how to watch tonight’s San Jose Sharks-New Jersey Devils game

Once again, Sharks fans will need a subscription to ESPN+ or Hulu if they want to watch their favorite team’s game with the New Jersey Devils on Tuesday night. Instead of being televised on NBC Sports California, as are most Sharks games, tonight’s game is the third of seven this season that will be streamed exclusively on ESPN+ and Hulu. The game at Prudential Center in Newark, N.J. begins at 4 p.m. (PT). A subscription to ESPN+, which is streaming over 1,000 out-of-market NHL games this season, and other sports, costs $6.99 per month or $69.99 per year. New subscribers to Hulu who wish to have live TV included in their plan get a first week free, but then have to pay $64.99 per month. Audio of Tuesday’s game can also be streamed on the Sharks’ website and mobile app with longtime play-by-play announcer Dan Rusanowsky and analyst Drew Remenda on the call. Other Sharks games scheduled to be streamed on ESPN+ and Hulu are the Dec. 28 game in Arizona, the Jan. 11 game in Detroit, the March 15 home game vs. Florida, and…

Palm Springs Business Owners Form Community Watch Group; Plan To Combat Homelessness

As homelessness becomes an increasing problem in Palm Springs and throughout the Coachella Valley. Business owners are coming together to form a community watch group to combat what has become a public nuisance. “We are focused on finding solutions and working with our elected officials to move solutions forward in an effort to both help the folks on the street that need the help and want the help, and also to improve the overall civic environment,” explained David Murphy, Organizer with Community Partnership on Homelessness. This new watchdog group formed of Palm Springs business owners primarily located on the South end of the city is expecting dozens in attendance at Wednesday’s private meeting. “They are philosophically aligned with our group which is trying to find positive solutions, legal solutions, to help reduce the number of people on the street that are suffering, most of whom at least in this area have some form of addiction and or mental illness,” said Murphy. The city of Palm Springs recently shut down Baristo Park in October, many referring to the park as “heroin park” which is now undergoing…

Most popular 2021 pet names in Los Angeles revealed

Rover released its annual list of most popular pet names, and this year, the trends are pretty nerdy. Rover, a company that pairs people with pet sitters and dog walkers, said it used its database of customers to assess which names are most popular. It also conducted a survey of 1,000 pet owners in the U.S. to collect even more data, the company said. The company noted lots of trending names from streaming shows released over the past year, including Wanda (as in “WandaVision”) and Daphne from Netflix’s “Bridgerton.” The trendiest name, with a 4,000% increase in popularity this year, was Grogu, a reference to “The Mandalorian.” Names inspired by cryptocurrency (like Doge and Bitcoin) were another trend nationwide in 2021, says Rover. Dogs named after Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos are also becoming more popular. From tummy tucks to facelifts: Pet plastic surgery is happening in Ohio There was also a 131% rise in pets named Siri, says Rover, though that seems like a recipe for confusion if your iPhone is always responding when you’re trying to call your dog inside. And we’re not…

In-N-Out Burger Appears Defiant As Enforcement Of LA’s Proof Of Vaccination Requirement For Indoor Dining Begins

UNIVERSAL CITY (CBSLA) – Even with the threat of fines of up to $5,000, it appears that one of California’s most iconic fast food chain restaurants, In-N-Out Burger, remains defiant as enforcement of the city’s mandate that customers’ proof of vaccination be confirmed for indoor dining goes into effect. CBSLA’s political reporter Tom Wait visited In-N-Outs across the city Tuesday night and found that it was business as usual, despite the fact that burger chain could face fines. Nov. 30, 2021 At no point, during any of the visits to five different locations, was Wait ever asked to show proof of vaccination, not while entering the restaurants, while ordering or even while sitting a table indoors. RELATED: In-N-Out Burger Courted By Florida Governor After Not Enforcing Vaccine Rules In Some Areas Of California When the first vaccine mandates in the state began this fall in the Bay Area, the burger chain refused to comply. It was fined and forced to close all indoor dining rooms. In October, the company released a statement, reading in part: “In-N-Out Burger strongly believes in serving all customers who visit…