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January 25, 2019


Santa Clarita Sheriff's Deputy Stabbed One Year Ago While on Duty, Returns to Work Shortly After Original Incident

One year ago, Detective Eliott Uribe was stabbed in the parking lot of a Canyon Country Jack in the Box. Today, he speaks with the media about his return to duty, giving voices to children abused by adults.


Couple Stranded on Snow Packed Mountain for Two Weeks Rescued by LA County Sheriff's Department

The couple, both in their 30s, and their dogs spent two weeks trapped on Alamo Mountain. The two had run out of food and water when they were reached Wednesday by an LASD Air Rescue chopper and SEB medics. They were airlifted out to safety.


Highway Dedication Ceremony for Deputy Killed in Line of Duty

Friends, family, and co-workers of fallen deputy Didier M. Hurdle were present last week, to participate in a moving ceremony for a memorial dedication of Highway 105.


LASD Searches for Missing Hiker, Lost Overnight, Only to Discover a Good Samaritan Had Helped Him Find His Way 

A father and a son got separated overnight in the Los Angeles National Forest. The father took a wrong turn to the wrong side of the mountain and got lost until the morning after.

Sheriff Swearing In