CALIFORNIA – It was another busy news week across California. Missed the headlines on Patch?
Whether you’re looking for breaking or bizarre news, or sweet or silly features, we’ve rounded up some of the most share-worthy stories from the past week.
Take a look at some of this week’s top news stories from across the state.
At least two organizations called on protesters to demonstrate in Los Angeles after a jury acquitted the man who killed two activists.
A Northern California city’s leaders have voted to opt out of enforcing any executive orders issued by the federal or state government.
Model Christy Giles and a friend were dumped at separate LA area hospitals. She later died, and her friend is on life support.
A suspect is in custody after a three-day manhunt in the Shadow Hills area for a gunman suspected of burglarizing San Fernando Valley homes.
A man was able to rescue a California family’s pets after he noticed smoke coming from their home on his jog route, Ring footage shows.
A Golden State mother gave birth to her son on the lawn in front of her home after realizing she wouldn’t make it to the hospital in time.
More than 335 Orange County families were made whole through adoption in the past year. Patch congratulates all of them.
After two years of in-person drought, the D23 Disney fan club announces that 2022 will feature events, meet-ups and tours for Gold Members.
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