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- One of America's Most Wanted Fugitives, a murder suspect, has been captured in Lakewood.
- A sewage spill has shut down Little Corona Beach for the Fourth of July weekend.
- A big rig apparently lost its brakes and caused a crash on the I-5 near the Los Angeles-Kern county line.
- An Arcadia school employee has been arrested in El Monte following an investigation into his sexual relationship with a minor.
- Angeles Crest Highway could remain closed until November as crews continue to make repairs to the road.
- What is the cruelest food you've ever eaten? Some local food personalities tackle that tough question.
- Congratulations to Marjorie Elliott: The 75-year-old Orange resident has earned her high school diploma after leaving school at 14. She earned a 4.0 and is enrolled in college for the fall.