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An Inland Empire neighborhood is being inundated with mountain lion sightings. Some residents are at times, afraid to leave their homes with their pets. One homeowner says a big cat took off with one of his dogs.

Rancho Cucamonga resident Fred Gilley says one of his poodles was killed by a mountain lion last Friday night around 9 p.m. "We saw the footprint from over here in the corner where he jumped over the wall," said Gilley.

abc7.com

July 31, 2014

TAMPA - Dancers from all over the globe will be coming to the Tampa area the weekend of January 20 to 22 for the Youth America Grand Prix ballet competition.

Many young dancers from across the country have joined the Patel Conservatory's pre-professional ballet program where they train for about eight hours per day, and homeschool in order to finish their high school education.

abcactionnews.com

January 15, 2012

by Cary Williams

A Pinellas County judge ordered a 5-year-old into foster care on Monday after deputies said his mother tried to sell him for $2,000. A Tampa couple said they wanted to continue to care for the boy but an incident in 2005 prevented that from happening.

Jessica Beers is accused of trying to sell the adoptive rights to her son to James and Betty Gardner. At a dependency hearing on Monday, case workers Told Judge Patrice Moore that Beers and her biological father have severe prescription drug dependencies. Detectives say James Gardner went to the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office on Saturday to report that Beers was attempting to sell him her child.

abcactionnews.com

August 22, 2011

TUOLUMNE CITY, Calif. (KFSN) -- Crews fighting the Rim Fire near Yosemite are making progress but the fire continues to grow in the Stanislaus National Forest.

The fire - now the seventh-largest California wildfire in records dating to 1932 - was threatening about 4,500 structures and has destroyed at least 23. Thousands of firefighters have arrived since the fire erupted Aug. 17 west of Yosemite in the Stanislaus National Forest, where the slopes of the Sierra begin to rise above the eastern side of California's Central Valley. An expected increase in humidity Tuesday afternoon could help suppress flames, said Matt Mehle, a National Weather Service meteorologist assigned to the fire.

abclocal.go.com

August 27, 2013

Authorities say a baby was left outside a Houston fire station this morning. he baby was found at about 10am inside the garage of Houston Fire Department Station #39 in the 5800 block of Pickfair in northeast Houston.

Firefighters say the crew heard the child crying and found him in a stroller. No one was seen leaving the baby. There was no note or identifying information with the infant.

abclocal.go.com

August 12, 2013

by Nannette Miranda

A new bipartisan battle over parental rights and health care for kids is heating up in California as proponents of a new bill want to ensure that children are immunized.

In a last-ditch effort to sway Governor Jerry Brown, concerned parents rallied at the Capitol Friday urging him to veto a bill that requires parents to get a medical professional's signature on a form in order to opt out of getting their children vaccinated.

abclocal.go.com

September 29, 2012

by Miya Shay

A little girl is dead, and her mother accused of slamming the toddler's head against a dresser. Investigators say they'd been watching the mother for the last few months after allegations of abuse.

Toni Tavarez, 22, mother of four, is accused of abusing her youngest child. Investigators say on June 18, she allegedly hit 19-month-old Yazmin's head against a dresser inside a home. Yazmin was already in critical condition when she was transported to the hospital and died two days later.

abclocal.go.com

July 6, 2012

Child Protective Services has removed three children from a filthy home without running water, sewer service or electricity.

Firefighters called CPS after putting out a mattress fire at the children's home near Conroe Tuesday. Bridgett Watson, 30, admitted to struggling to support her 14-year-old, 12-year-old and seven-year-old sons since her husband went to prison 19 months ago.

abclocal.go.com

May 24, 2012

FRESNO -- A suspected Bulldog gang member and his wife are in jail, accused of selling narcotics.

Police arrested Pete Servantes and Stephanie Guerrero -- both of fresno. Fresno Police officers made the arrest after serving a search warrant at a home on East McKenzie Avenue, near North San Pablo Avenue. The couple's five children were at the home at the time of the arrest. They're now at the care of child protective services.

abclocal.go.com

March 12, 2012

A Houston mother is facing a felony charge, accused of hitting her three-year-old son with an electrical cord.

Vantrice Hicks, 23, is charged with injury to a child, accused of striking her son with an electrical cord back in November 2010. A Child Protective Services worker told police that she saw welts on the boy's legs and buttocks. Court documents state that he told a CPS interviewer that he received a "whooping from his mean mother" with an extension cord on his bottom and back.

abclocal.go.com

January 25, 2012

      

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