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Valley bookkeeper sentenced in Fashion District drug-money laundering scheme
LOS ANGELES — The San Fernando Valley bookkeeper for a Los Angeles Fashion District import-export textile company linked to a money laundering scheme to hide hundreds of thousands of dollars that came from drug traffickers was sentenced Thursday to three months of home detention for failing to repor
Randy’s Donuts in Inglewood, a sight for glazed eyes
Even for those of us who make a hobby of exploring Southern California, there are always more landmarks to visit. Some of the best are open 24 hours. Case in point: I was in Inglewood on Saturday to mark my birthday with a few friends who are also willing to travel for good food. We had lunch at a M
Justin Bieber Just Bought a Home, and It's So Not What You'd Expect
Justin Bieber’s bonkers real estate saga may have finally come to an end. Over the years, the singer has made headlines for his juvenile antics, including egging his neighbor’s home and being banned from a Los Angeles neighborhood due to persistent partying and noise.
California among states considering caregiver tax credits
Gloria Brown didn’t get a good night’s sleep. Her husband, Arthur Brown, 79, has Alzheimer’s disease and had spent most of the night pacing their bedroom, opening and closing drawers, and putting on and taking off his jacket.
Los Angeles County Suspends Use of Glyphosate Herbicides over Safety Concerns
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors directed all departments to stop using the world’s most used weedkiller glyphosate, it reported on Tuesday. Supervisor Kathryn Barger recommended the moratorium on glyphosate and told myNewsLA.com; “I am asking county departments to stop the use of this he
Family sues Sheriff's Department after fatal shooting in Pico Rivera
The family of a 22-year-old man who was fatally shot by Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies last year following a pursuit in Pico Rivera filed a lawsuit against the county this week, alleging that authorities used unreasonable and excessive force.
Bill to Require California School Districts to Limit or Ban Smartphone Use Makes Its Way Through State Assembly
Classrooms across the state may soon be required to restrict or ban smartphones under a new bill making its way through the California State Assembly. The bill, introduced by Assemblymember Albert Muratsuchi of Torrance, was sent to the State Assembly Education Committee for the second time Wednesda
Gov. Gavin Newsom is developing a bad habit: ignoring the will of voters
Gov. Gavin Newsom has drawn heavy flak for kissing off the voters on capital punishment. He’s also ignoring promises made to voters when they supported a gas tax and vehicle fee increase.
Do Remember The Lady Of Rage Rocking The Mic Rough With Her Afro Puffs (Video)
It was a monumental year when Dr. Dre released The Chronic on his Death Row Records imprint in 1992. The multi-platinum album was a street sensation that marked a new era of Rap. It delivered G-Funk to the mainstream, with videos that displayed the laid back vibes, set against menacing lyricism, and
Los Angeles County workers allege racial discrimination by black bosses
LOS ANGELES – Four longtime employees of the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services office are suing the county, alleging they have been discriminated against by two black supervisors.
1 person trapped following crash involving big rig on 5 freeway in Boyle Heights
BOYLE HEIGHTS, Calif. (FOX 11) - A Thursday afternoon crash in Boyle Heights has left one person trapped inside the vehicle as firefighters rush to free that person. The crash happened at about 3 p.m. on the southbound 5 freeway and Fourth street and it involved a semitrailer, according to the Los A
Campus leaders hold open university forum
Graduate student Deborah McDonald was sleeping in the parking lot of a Vons supermarket in Inglewood before she came to USC to study social work. When she arrived, she sought help from the University, but she was met with little support.
2 Arrested In Connection With Narcotics Sales In Santa Monica
SANTA MONICA, CA – Police arrested a man and woman from Santa Monica for their alleged involvement in selling narcotics, the Santa Monica Police Department announced Wednesday.
In the mood for Mammoth
In my mid 20s, I turned my back on Los Angeles to live the simple life in the Swiss Alps. Going from city girl to village nanny had its perks, including proximity to the slopes that left me treating my snowboard boots as shoes and my board as transportation.
Man charged with attempted murder after car crashes into a La Mirada gym
A Whittier man was charged Thursday, March 21, with five felony counts, including attempted murder, for crashing a stolen car into the front of a fitness center in La Mirada that had reportedly canceled his membership.
PHOTOS: Adorable puppies up for adoption
We are celebrating National Puppy Day by featuring 27 pups from Los Angeles Animal Services. The puppies shown above are available for adoption on Friday, March 22 at 12pm at their Chesterfield Square Center at 1850 W. 60th St. in Los Angeles. You can find information about adoption fees and policie
Hundreds of illegal immigrants released into US amid overcrowding at detention facilities
FOX NEWS - The U.S. has started releasing hundreds of illegal immigrant detainees into the country as immigration authorities struggle to find available places to house the thousands of illegal migrants coming through the U.S.-Mexico border.
Satellite images show Southern California's beautiful super bloom from space
LAKE ELSINORE, Calif. (FOX 11) - The wildflowers blooming in a Southern California city are so vibrant, you can see the breathtaking display from space. Colorful satellite imagery taken March 19 near Lake Elsinore shows the beautiful poppies blanketing the hills of Walker Canyon. Maxar collected the
Trout plays full game a day after receiving record contract
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Los Angeles Angels manager Brad Ausmus likes to have his regulars play nine innings at least once in a spring training game and on Thursday, it was Mike Trout’s turn against the Arizona Diamondbacks.
3 in custody after woman stabbed during carjacking in Sunland-Tujunga
Three people are in custody after a woman was stabbed in the chest during a carjacking in a San Fernando Valley neighborhood Wednesday night, police said. The carjacking was reported shortly after 6 p.m. in the 10800 block of Eldora Avenue in the Sunland-Tujunga neighborhood. Los Angeles police said