Man holds out atop roof of San Diego FBI building
SAN DIEGO (AP) - Authorities say a man hopped a security fence and is now refusing to come down from the rooftop of a building at San Diego's FBI headquarters office.
FBI spokesman Darrell Foxworth says the man was alone when he arrived at FBI headquarters and climbed over a corrugated-steel security gate at about 11:30 a.m. Sunday.
The man failed to get into the main building through the front entrance, and police were called.
He entered and walked to the top of the parking structure then made his way to the roof of an annex building where he remained some five hours later.
FBI hostage negotiators and SWAT team along with San Diego police and firefighters are at the scene.
It's not clear whether the man was armed or what he was seeking.
Man arrested after San Francisco officer shot
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Police arrested and identified the driver of a car that led police on a 90-mile chase throughout the San Francisco Bay Area following the shooting and wounding of a police officer.
The San Francisco Police announced Sunday that 50-year-old Jeffrey Ruano will be charged with assault with a deadly weapon, convicted felon in possession of ammunition, driving in excess of 100 miles per hour and evading a police officer. The two female passengers in Ruano's car were released without being charged.
On Saturday afternoon, 28-year-old Officer Adam Shaw was shot in the shoulder after responding to a report of vandalism. Officials said Shaw is recovering in the hospital after undergoing surgery.
SOBER WORKERS-DUI CRASH
Suspected drunken driver hits 'We Be Sober' taxi
FRESNO, Calif. (AP) - A suspected drunken driver was arrested after colliding with a taxi with a mission to drive home people who have been drinking in the Fresno, Calif. region.
The Fresno Bee reported Sunday that police arrested 38-year-old Jorge Rosales on suspicion of drunken driving. Rosales is accused of colliding with a "We Be Sober" taxi on the way to pick up a fare in the early hours of Saturday morning. Two men in the taxi were injured and taken to the hospital. One was treated and released. The other sustained moderate injuries to his wrist and knee. The men in the taxi weren't identified.
Man dies in crash during organized boat race
SAN DIMAS, Calif. (AP) - Authorities say a 64-year-old man was killed in a boating accident during an organized race east of Los Angeles.
Sheriff's Lt. Matt Ohnemus told City News Service that Gregory Belda was in a boat that lost control and was struck by another boat. Belda died at the scene.
The crash occurred Saturday on a lake in Frank G. Bonelli Regional Park in San Dimas. The boats were doing a practice run between heats.
In 2011, three people were killed when their Sea-Doo personal watercraft collided with a boat in the same lake.
Survey: US average gas price up 10 cents a gallon
CAMARILLO, Calif. (AP) - The average U.S. price of a gallon of gasoline has jumped 10 cents over the past two weeks.
The Lundberg Survey of fuel prices released Sunday says the price of a gallon of regular is $3.51. Midgrade costs an average of $3.69 a gallon, and premium is $3.84.
Diesel was up three cents over the past two weeks at $4.03.
Of the cities surveyed in the Lower 48 states, Los Angeles has the nation's highest average price for gas at $3.94. Jackson, Miss., has the lowest at $3.18.
LOS ANGELES MARATHON-INJURIES
LA Marathon runners treated for heat injuries
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Nearly two dozen Los Angeles Marathon runners have been hospitalized and treated for heat-related injuries.
Temperatures soared into the 80s in Los Angeles Sunday afternoon during the marathon, which featured 25,000 runners.
Battalion Chief Carlos Calvillo tells City News Service 22 runners were taken to the hospital and another 1,000 runners sought help at medical tents set up along the route.
Calvillo says a 28-year-old man had a heart attack and was resuscitated by paramedics. Another had a seizure. Most suffered minor heat-related injuries.
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