The search to find “Glee” TV show star Naya Rivera in a Southern California lake resumed on Sunday and will now include boats and expand to nearby cabins. Officials believe Rivera, 33, drowned in Lake Piru, northwest of Los Angeles. (July 12)
SHANNON KING: [INAUDIBLE] more search and rescue has come out and they're going to be doing boat searches, visual searches, as well as they're going to be searching some of the cabins on the north end of the lake, Devil's Gate area. Visibility is bad throughout the lake, that's definitely a constant. It's just one of the areas that the boat was seen on the water during the day. So it's an area that essentially we do need to search. So we're looking as far forward as Tuesday. Hopefully it doesn't take that long, we'd really like to bring some closure to the family, as everyone would like to see, you know, her located.
- And you don't speculate any type of foul play or anything.
SHANNON KING: Absolutely not. By all accounts, from everything we've learned so far, it appears to be a very tragic accident.