antisemitic messages; Deadly Party Shot | SoCal in a nutshell

LOS ANGELES, CA — As the weekend winds down, we’ve rounded up all the stories you may have missed on Saturday and Sunday to prepare you for Monday.

But before we dive into the main Golden State stories, Southlanders should know that another deadly shooting unfolded over the weekend, with nine people shot and one fatal.

San Bernardino police officers dispatched Friday night found a shot man in the parking lot outside the mall lounge, where the party had been advertised on social media in the city east of Los Angeles, Sgt. said Equino Thomas. The man, Allen Gresham, 20, was pronounced dead at the scene, according to a police statement.

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Read more here: 1 dead, 8 injured in shooting at CA Hookah Lounge

From several anti-Semitic messages left on vehicles around West Hollywood on Harvey Milk Day to a road rage incident that ended in a stabbing in Temecula – here are some of the Southland stories you may have- be missed over the weekend.

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Temecula Road Rage incident ends in stabbing, suspect arrested

A 43-year-old man accused of stabbing another man after a road rage incident in Temecula was arrested and remained in jail on Sunday.

WeHo condemns anti-Semitic messages left on cars

Anti-Semitic hate messages were reportedly strewn across West Hollywood on Sunday as the city marked Harvey’s Milk Day.

OC Church Leaders and Shooting Survivors Join in Prayer

Survivors join in prayer and thank community members for their support nearly a week after a fatal shooting at an OC church.

California fire danger increases amid hot, windy weather; 4 flames are burning

Four wildfires were smoldering across the state as temperatures were expected to remain high throughout the week.

2 hospitalized after car hits lake forest post, breakdowns reported

Two people were hospitalized and nearby homes lost power after a vehicle hit a utility pole in Orange County.

Los Angeles firefighters caught kicking, punching homeless man: report

Video shows several firefighters punching and kicking a homeless man in the Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles.

California man turns 24 after starting fire that killed 12 condors

Twelve endangered condors were killed and a firefighter was injured in a 2020 wildfire that ignited following illegal marijuana cultivation.

Air Canada launches nonstop flights between San Diego and Montreal

Air Canada launched its first nonstop service between San Diego and Montreal.

Pedestrian hit and killed by Amtrak train in San Diego

A pedestrian was struck and killed Sunday by an Amtrak train in the Sorrento Valley, authorities said.

Orange County COVID infections and hospitalizations on the rise

County patient loads had fallen into the 60s by mid-April and were at 89 on Monday, but jumped to 112 on Tuesday.

Cal Fire suspends burning permits in Riverside County

Residential burning permits have been suspended in Riverside County until further notice amid an unusually early start to the fire season.

Beverly Hills mayor tests positive for COVID-19

The Beverly Hills City Council will hold its meetings Tuesday on a virtual basis after two of its members tested positive for COVID-19.

Weekly COVID-19 infections rise 40% in San Diego County

The number of people hospitalized with coronavirus infection in San Diego County has increased by 1 to 133.

Minor arrested in connection with fatal Cathedral City shooting

A 17-year-old boy was in police custody Friday in connection with a fatal March shooting in Cathedral City.

LA County expands mask requirement on public transit

With the resurgence of COVID-19 cases, the requirement to wear a mask on public transport has been extended.

City of LA calls for state and federal legislation to codify abortion

The resolution states that 23,000 women worldwide die each year from unsafe abortions.

The famous creator of Hollywood studios convicted of pedophilia

Hollywood studio architect Jeffrey Cooper faces up to 12 years in prison.

School employee, husband charged with trafficking fentanyl on RivCo campus

An employee of the Riverside Special Needs School has been charged with supplying fentanyl to students.

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