Police: Infant Shot In Arm With BB Gun At West Sacramento Motel 6

WEST SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Authorities responded after an infant was shot with a BB gun at a motel in West Sacramento, police said Tuesday. The shooting happened at Motel 6 along Halyard Drive near the Harbor Boulevard exit onto Harbor Boulevard. West Sacramento police said it appears the shooting was accidental, and the 1-year-old child is expected to be OK after being shot in the arm. Details on how the accidental shooting occurred were not yet available.

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Cold cases in San Diego with Ginger Jeffries: Jane Doe

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – San Diego County Law Enforcement has reopened a 1999 Jane Doe case. San Diego County District Attorney Summer Stephan joined KUSI’s Ginger Jeffries on Good Evening San Diego to discuss the case. People may be surprised to learn that San Diego County has more than 1,500 unsolved cases that date back to 1985. Jeffries’s new cold case segment profiles unsolved murder cases and homicides where the trail has gone cold. Law enforcement is continuing to seek information on the true identity of Jane Doe, who was discovered in a drainage ditch at Airport Road in Oceanside in 1999. She was a young Hispanic woman, had long black hair in a braid, wore a mock turtleneck green t-shirt and blue pants. She was 5’1” and weighed 143 pounds, and is thought to be between 20 and 34 years old. Categories: Good Evening San Diego, Local San Diego News

Community groups protest City Council’s vote to mandate vaccines for all City employees

CARLSBAD (KUSI) – Community leaders from various groups gathered Tuesday evening at Barrell Republic in Carlsbad to protest against San Diego City Council’s recently-passed vaccine mandate for all City of San Diego employees. The gathering came just after Monday’s vote, which mandates that unvaccinated employees could face firing. KUSI’s Teresa Sardina was live from Barrell Republic in Carlsbad with more information. Categories: Coronavirus, Good Evening San Diego, Local San Diego News, Politics

Family pleads for answers after 12-year-old fatally hit by stray bullet on Thanksgiving

SKYLINE (KUSI) – A family is continuing to search for answers after a Thanksgiving Day tragedy. RELATED STORY: Stray bullet kills 12-year-old Skyline boy during Thanksgiving family gathering A 12-year-old child, Angel Domingo Gaspar Gallegos, was struck by a stray bullet as he played in the backyard of his aunt’s home on Thanksgiving Day. Police have asked the public to come forward with any information about the situation. KUSI’s Hunter Sowards was live from Skyline Tuesday night with the latest. The family has asked the public to help fund Gallegos’s funeral expenses through their GoFundMe campaign.   Categories: Good Evening San Diego, Local San Diego News

San Diego police officer files for religious exemption from vaccine mandate

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – One day after the San Diego City Council approved an emergency vaccine mandate for all City of San Diego workers, hundreds of those workers have made alternative plans, such as filing for a medical or religious exemption. If that is denied, they plan to find new jobs. That could include hundreds of police officers. KUSI’s Dan Plante joined viewers with reaction from the wife of a police officer who has claimed a religious exemption. Categories: Coronavirus, Good Evening San Diego, Local San Diego News, Politics

UC, Cal State admissions deadlines extended after surge of last-minute applications crashes systems

The University of California and California State University extended their admissions deadlines Tuesday after both systems faced connectivity issues as a crush of students raced against an 11:59 p.m. deadline to submit their applications. UC has extended its deadline to 11:59 p.m. on Dec. 1, but students must have started an application by Tuesday to be accepted into the system. Cal State Fullerton, Long Beach and San Luis Obispo also extended their application deadlines to 11:59 on Dec. 1, and Cal State Fresno, Los Angeles, Pomona, San Diego and San Jose extended their deadlines to Dec. 15. Other campuses had previously set later submission deadlines. Both college systems described the problems on Twitter as connectivity issues. “Due to an unusually high number of users trying to access the site at the same time, some prospective students may have experienced challenges in submitting applications, and we apologize for any inconvenience,” Cal State spokesperson Toni Molle said. Read the full story on LATimes.com.

Investigators track ammunition in fatal shooting on ‘Rust’ film set

Authorities pursued new leads Tuesday on possible sources of live ammunition involved in actor Alec Baldwin’s fatal shooting of a cinematographer on the New Mexico set of a western movie, as they searched the premises of an Albuquerque-based firearms and ammunition supplier. The search took place after a provider of firearms and ammunition to the ill fated movie production for “Rust” told investigators that he “may know” where live rounds came from, describing ammunition he received from a friend in the past that had been “reloaded” by assembly from parts. A revolver fired by Baldwin during a “Rust” rehearsal on Oct. 21 killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and left a projectile lodged in the shoulder of director Joel Souza, for doctors later to remove. Baldwin was told the revolver was “cold” and had no live rounds, investigators say. Seth Kenney and his business PDQ Arm & Prop provided movie-prop ammunition and weapons to the “Rust” production. Kenney told a detective on Oct. 29 that “a couple years back, he received ‘reloaded ammunition’ from a friend,” and that the ammunition stood out in his memory because a…

17-year-old missing for a week after Uber ride from Compton to Manhattan Beach Pier found safe

Family members desperately searching for a 17-year-old Moreno Valley boy who had been missing for one week after getting in to an Uber in Compton say the boy was found safe Tuesday evening. Before he was reported missing, Jasyre Robinson was last seen on Nov. 23, 2021, at 2:40 p.m. in the 2400 block of E. 126th Street, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said in a news release. Family members told KLTA Robinson was at his mother’s house and told a friend he was taking an Uber to his grandmother’s home in Carson, but for some reason was dropped off near the Manhattan Beach Pier, an area where he has no known ties. “My heart hurts. My baby’s been gone for seven days today,” Chantel Walker, Robinson’s mother, said tearfully before he was found. “I reported him missing within hours of knowing something was not right. And we’re here seven days later and my baby’s still not home.” Early Tuesday, Robinson’s family walked around the pier in Manhattan Beach handing out missing person’s fliers. Family members told KTLA that the teen was later located with…

Former Major League Pitcher Ricky Romero Teams Up With Other Pros To Host Free Camp

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Ricky Romero, a former pitcher in the MLB, always dreamed of coming back home to East Los Angeles and giving back to his community. “It’s always been a dream of mine to be able to do this,” Romero said. “It all started in a group chat and here we are. We’re hosting our second annual camp.”  Seven years after leaving the MLB Romero created the Ricky Romero Baseball Camp, a free one-day clinic in East Los Angeles. This year the camp was hosted on the same field Romero’s father played Sunday league baseball.  “Coming back here, it just brings back a lot of feelings, a lot of emotions,” said Romero. I still remember coming here as a young kid. My dad used to play Sunday league and this place did not look like this. The community here doesn’t have enough of baseball support as it should have.”  This year, 50 high school kids spent the day running drills and training with Romero as well as other professionals. “It’s the least I can do for kids,” said Atlanta Braves pitcher Jesse Chavez. Chavez…

Arrest Made In Burbank Hit-And-Run

BURBANK (CBSLA) – Authorities with the Burbank Police Department made an arrest in a hit-and-run incident that left two pedestrians injured early Tuesday morning. Burbank resident Sadeghi Taraneh, 31-years-old, was arrested and booked on suspicion of felony hit-and-run. At around 9 a.m., Taraneh was driving eastbound on Palm Avenue when she failed to make a full stop at a stop sign as she was attempting to make a right turn. As a result, she ran into a woman and her baby, who was in a stroller. Both pedestrians who were struck by Taraneh’s vehicle sustained serious injury and were transported to a nearby medical facility. They are both in stable condition. Authorities have ruled out drugs, alcohol and speed speed as factors of the incident, and an investigation is ongoing. They urge anyone with information to contact BPD Detective Ryan Murphy at 818-238-3103. (© Copyright 2021 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. City News Service contributed to this report.)

Police Investigating Suspicious Item Near LAX, Causing Street Closures

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Officials at LAX said Tuesday night that police were investigating a suspicious item, closing some of the nearby streets. “Eastbound Century Boulevard Between Airport and Aviation is closed for a police response to a potentially suspicious item. Please use alternative routes and allow extra time in the area,” officials tweeted. This is a developing story. Please check back for details.  Eastbound Century Boulevard between Airport and Aviation is closed for a police response to a potentially suspicious item. Please use alternative routes and allow extra time in the area. — LAX Airport (@flyLAXairport) December 1, 2021

Foo Fighters Announce 2022 Tour With Shows At Banc Of California Stadium

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA)  — The Foo Fighters are taking the stage in Los Angeles in 2022. The band announced their “Live In North America 2022” tour Tuesday which included two shows at the Banc of California Stadium in L.A. FOO FIGHTERS LIVE IN NORTH AMERICA 2022 Tickets are on sale Friday, Dec. 3rd at 10am local time. Watch your inbox for pre-sale details! Pre-sales start TODAY!https://t.co/FCmtxn4srM#FF2022 pic.twitter.com/tU2hov24yc — Foo Fighters (@foofighters) November 30, 2021 The Foo Fighters will play at the stadium on Aug. 18 and Aug. 20. Pre-sale tickets were available starting Tuesday and all other tickets go on sale Friday, Dec. 3 at 10 a.m. Tickets can be purchased at TicketMaster.com. In July, the band postponed their concert at The Forum following a “confirmed COVID-19 case within the Foo Fighter organization.” The concert was resechuled for Aug. 26. Their show would have been the first live event with fans at the reopened Forum after more than a year being closed due to the pandemic.

‘Pokemon Go’ heats up winter with Season of Heritage, Johto Tour

December introduces a new month of events and more importantly it heralds the Season of Heritage. From the looks of it, the three-month event from 10 a.m. Dec. 1 to 10 a.m. March 1 will have two tent poles that players should watch out for. The first will likely happen around January as “Pokemon Arceus” is scheduled for release Jan. 28. It’s the big entry to the main series of games on the Nintendo Switch and introduces players to the Hisui region and a past age in the “Pokemon” universe. If the area looks familiar, it should to fans of “Pokemon Diamond” and Pokmeon Pearl.” The Hisui region ends up being the Sinnoh region in the modern day. ‘POKEMON ARCEUS’ AND TOUR DATES With the latest entry, players should expect new variants of old Pokemon. Nintendo has already revealed Hisuian Growlithe and Hisuian Braviary. In addition, players will find evolved forms of old favorites in the form of Basculegion, Kleavor and Wyrdeer. Players should expect some of these new Pokemon to show up in “Pokemon Go” or perhaps relatives tied to them. The second big…

Timo Meier, Noah Gregor shine as Sharks stay unbeaten on road trip

Coach Bob Boughner feels the challenges the Sharks have faced through the first quarter of the season have been as significant as any NHL team’s so far this season. The Sharks experienced a COVID-19 outbreak in late October and early November – taking seven players out of the lineup — and right now, they’re already on their third five-game road trip of the season. So far, they’ve handled it all about as well as could be expected. Noah Gregor had a goal and an assist and James Reimer made 31 saves as the Sharks used a strong second period to beat the New Jersey Devils 5-2 on Tuesday for their fourth win in their last five games. In the second period, Alexander Barabanov had assists on goals by Jake Middleton and Erik Karlsson, and Timo Meier scored his 10th as the season as the Sharks improved to 2-0-0 on their five-game road trip that is scheduled to continue Thursday at UBS Arena against the New York Islanders. Meier also had an empty-net goal with 3:01 left in regulation time as the Sharks (12-9-1) have now…

Daniel Jones week-to-week with neck strain; Mike Glennon expected to start Sunday; Giants sign Jake Fromm

Daniel Jones is considered week-to-week with a neck strain, the Daily News has learned, and Giants backup quarterback Mike Glennon is expected to start Sunday against the Dolphins in Miami. The team signed quarterback Jake Fromm off the Buffalo Bills’ practice squad as insurance because Jones hurt his neck early in Sunday’s 13-7 win over the Philadelphia Eagles. Jones, 24, lowered his head on a read-option quarterback run on the second play of the game and was crunched by Eagles safety Rodney McLeod and linebacker Alex Singleton. Fullback Eli Penny motioned to the official looking for a helmet-to-helmet flag, but none was thrown. Jones was not removed by the NFL’s concussion spotter. He finished the game and talked to the media after. But Jones felt the injury more acutely on Monday. Jones’ injury is not landing him on injured reserve at this time, which means there is hope he may only miss two games at most. The third-year quarterback typically tries to play through injuries, too. Still, Joe Judge and the Giants have to be careful managing a neck injury, which means protecting Jones from…

Honduras’ ruling party candidate concedes presidential election

By Christopher Sherman | Associated Press TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras — The candidate from Honduras’ ruling party conceded Tuesday that opposition candidate Xiomara Castro won Sunday’s presidential election. Tegucigalpa Mayor Nasry Asfura of the National Party said in a statement Tuesday that he had personally congratulated Castro, despite only about half of the voting tallies having been counted. He was trailing by about 354,000 votes. With 52% of the tallies counted, Castro had 53% support to Asfura’s 34%, according to the National Electoral Council. The council has 30 days from the election to declare a winner. Asfura said he met with Castro and her family. “Now I want to say it publicly,” Asfura said. “That I congratulate her for her victory and as president elect, I hope that God illuminates and guides her so that her administration does the best for the benefit of all of us Hondurans, to achieve that development and the desires for democracy.” Asfura’s recognition of the outcome was a relief to many Hondurans who had feared another contested election after a debacle in 2017 led to protests that left 23 people dead.…

Elizabeth Holmes trial: Theranos founder gruff, and emotional, under cross-examination

Separated by 10 feet and a see-through, anti-COVID barrier, Elizabeth Holmes faced off against federal prosecutor Robert Leach for six hours Tuesday as Leach sought to highlight her alleged lies about the failed blood-testing startup and emphasize her decision-making role at the firm — while also showcasing the affection between Holmes and the former company president she yesterday accused of sexually abusing and controlling her. Taking the witness stand for the fifth day, Holmes was at times gruff, the frequent small smiles she gave while answering her lawyers’ questions largely absent as she fought back against allegations that she deceived investors, retaliated against whistleblowers and controlled her purported abuser and ex-lover, rather than the other way around. The testimony followed stunning claims Holmes made Monday accusing former Theranos president Sunny Balwani, with whom she had an intimate relationship for more than a decade, of forcing sex on her when she displeased him, as well as controlling how she worked, her hours and even what she ate. The testimony — coupled with pre-trial filings from Holmes’ attorneys — suggested that Holmes may cite Balwani’s alleged emotional…