Dave Lopez

KCAL 9 News

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Reporter, and former Orange County correspondent, for KCAL 9 News

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President Obama last night urged Americans to be vigilant for a possible backlash, a warning not lost on officials here in LA.

Southern California Responds to the Death of bin Laden

President Obama last night urged Americans to be vigilant for a possible backlash, a warning not lost on officials here in LA.

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Two students at  Gardena High School  were shot today after a fellow student brought an automatic weapon on to the campus in a backpack.

Shooting at Gardena High School

Two students at Gardena High School were shot today after a fellow student brought an automatic weapon on to the campus in a backpack.

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Republican Assemblyman Mike Duvall of Yorba Linda  resigned  today, apologizing for becoming “a major distraction” in the last week of the legislative session.  During a committee…

Sex Scandal Hits Sacramento while Other Issues Fester

Republican Assemblyman Mike Duvall of Yorba Linda resigned today, apologizing for becoming “a major distraction” in the last week of the legislative session.  During a committee…

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