A former Transportation Security Administration screener was charged Wednesday after allegedly making threats against the Los Angeles International Airport. Suraya Fadel Reporting.
The President’s proposed attack on Syria and the deaths of hundreds of innocent people is bringing up painful memories for the families who lost loved ones in the attacks of 9/11. Suraya spoke with one family about what this means to them on the eve of the 9/11 anniversary. Suraya Fadel Reporting.
A shooting early Friday was the latest in a string of crimes that has led the LAPD to evaluate whether a San Fernando Valley strip club should shut its doors. Police say the strip club, along with a nearby medical marijuana dispensary and liquor store, attract crime to the area. Suraya Fadel Reporting.
Many schools are sending notes home to parents, telling them their children are overweight. By October, many parents will get what is called “healthy or unhealthy” letters. Kids call them “fat letters.” In tonight’s CBS 2 report, Suraya interviews Lauren Schmitt, a registered dietitian, who starts the school year by checking out the weight of hundreds of preschoolers in the San Fernando Valley. Suraya Fadel Reporting.
A jury in Long Beach is deliberating in the case of an alleged beating of an elderly wheelchair-bound man by a Metropolitan Transportation Authority bus driver more than three years ago. The incident, which was captured on video, happened in Lakewood in July 2010. In an exclusive interview with Suraya, the attorney’s for the victim speak about the incident, which includes security video from the MTA bus. Suraya Fadel Reporting.
A man allegedly snatched a 6-year-old girl from her bed in the middle of the night and attempted to sexually assault her earlier this week. The incident happened early Monday at an apartment complex in the 5700 block of Reseda Boulevard near Miranda Street. Suraya Fadel reporting.
The grandparents of an 8-year-old boy allegedly tortured and beaten to death by his mother and her boyfriend have filed a legal claim against multiple agencies and employees they say failed to protect their grandson from abuse. Suraya Fadel reports