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In Los Angeles, a growing number of murder victims are homeless, police say
Susie Rangel, 40, returns to “The Bamboos” in Sepulveda Basin on Tuesday, October 16, 2018 to collect some of her belongings. Rangel, who lived at the camp for over two years with her boyfriend, was recently housed and feels safe in “The Bamboos” encampment where dozens are living. Sixteen percent o
These two Pomona streets have pitted neighbor against neighbor
A preferential parking district dispute pitting Pomona neighbors against each other won’t get resolved overnight. At least that’s how some City Council members see it.A majority agreed Monday night to hold a community meeting to give those on opposite sides time to find common ground.In May, the cou
New Diamond Bar 60 Freeway ramps to open Tuesday
Local government officials celebrated the opening of the new ramp, which will allow eastbound motorists to enter the 60 well in advance of the nearby 57/60 interchange, which one study found to bethe worst freight bottleneck on the West Coast.
Person found dead inside motel room in Santa Ana
SANTA ANA, Calif. (KABC) --A person was found dead in a motel in Santa Ana Tuesday, and detectives are investigating it as an apparent homicide.Santa Ana police homicide detectives were called to the motel on East First Street near South Grand Avenue on Tuesday morning.Authorities said a person was
Pedestrian killed in hit-and-run was San Gabriel resident
A street-sweeper driver discovered Tu lying on the street at 6:15 a.m., and a surveillance camera at a nearby business recorded a white SUV leaving the scene at the time, police said.
Santa Clarita Girl Scouts Treasurer Charged With Embezzling Over $90k Back In Court
A Santa Clarita Girl Scouts treasurer charged with the alleged embezzlement of more than $90,000 from multiple organizations including the Girl Scouts and a local cancer center was due in court Tuesday, officials said.
1st human West Nile virus death in Orange County this year reported in Tustin
An elderly Tustin woman is the first this year to die from complications of West Nile virus, the county’s Health Care Agency announced Tuesday, Oct. 16.
Feud between West Covina and its police officers escalates
It has all the trappings of a horror movie trailer.Despite looking like it, the villain in this trailer wasn’t a movie monster; it’sWest Covina City Manager Chris Freeland, accused by the union that represents the city’s police officers of putting the city’s safety at risk.The video, posted to Faceb
1 killed in 2-car crash in Pico Rivera
A woman died Monday, Oct. 15, when a car ended up in the opposing traffic lanes and crashed head-on with another car in Pico Rivera.
DNA Used to Identify Suspect in Arcadia Sexual Assault
The suspect is alleged to have approached the victim from behind, grabbing her and forcefully moving her behind a hedge, where he sexually assaulted the victim per Arcadia Police. The woman eventually escaped and ran away from the suspect on foot, while the suspect left the scene on a silver or meta
Scientists are going to face off in Los Angeles to decide where the next Mars rover lands
Hey, we’re going to Mars! Well, not us specifically, but NASA is, and they really need to know where to land before they light the candle on the upcoming Mars 2020 mission. NASA has a shiny new rover in the works and it’s going to be incredibly powerful, packed with all kinds of scientific instrumen
'It can easily be perceived as a cover-up:' Long Beach’s 'odd' way of handling police shootings
Instead of facing questioning by investigators, Long Beach officers write reports that higher-ups in the homicide division review and suggest areas where the officer needs to add details or clarifications, according to people familiar with the process.
Man Killed In Altadena Crash Identified
ALTADENA, CA — Authorities Monday identified a motorist who was killed when his vehicle crashed into a wall at an Altadena intersection.The crash was reported at 9:47 a.m. Saturday at Holliston Avenue and Mendocino Street, the California Highway Patrol reported.Robert Elson, 67, of Pasadena died at
Baby Found Abandoned Inside Men’s Bathroom in Lakewood Walmart; Person of Interest Sought: LASD
A shopper alerted an employee after discovering the baby alone inside the men's restroom at the store, which is located at 2770 E. Carson St., last Monday around 11:45 a.m., according to a news release from theLos Angeles County Sheriff's Department.
9,200 without power as Santa Ana winds continue in LA, Orange, San Bernardino and Riverside counties
Wind blew over a temporary power pole connected to a main power line at a pumpkin patch attraction on Monday, Oct. 15, 2018, at 2107 E. Huntington Drive in Duarte, leaving a live power line in the street for a brief time. (Photo by Tom Bray/San Gabriel Valley Tribune)
Two-Car Collision Rips Car in Half in Pasadena - Pasadena Independent
On Monday Oct. 15, at about 3:02 a.m., Police and Fire Department personnel responded to the intersection of Colorado Boulevard and Wilson Avenue regarding a two car collision.
Essential California: A worrying drive for some Latinos - Los Angeles Times
Good morning, and welcome to the Essential Californianewsletter. It’sTuesday, Oct. 16,and here’s what’s happening across California:TOP STORIES
The 5 best spots to score ramen in Los Angeles
Topping the list isDaikokuya Little Tokyo. Located downtown at 327 E. First St., it is the most popular ramen restaurant in Los Angeles, boasting four stars out of 7,743 reviews on Yelp.
25 hospitalized, 5 serious, after Los Angeles highway crash
Five patients were in serious condition following the collisions shortly after 1 p.m. that shut down all lanes on Interstate 405 in the city’s San Fernando Valley area, Los Angeles Fire Department spokeswoman Margaret Stewart said. The 20 others were in fair condition with minor injuries. A total of
Lucky Dragon casino was supposed to be a Vegas hot spot for Asians. Two years later, it's going up for auction - Los Angeles Times
It’s unclear who might scoop up the property. When an auction was scheduled in February, Derek Stevens, owner of the D Hotel and Casino, showed up and rumors swirled he was interested. But he said at the time he was just an interested observer.