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Man killed in Home Depot parking lot shooting in Torrance
Officers found the victim in the parking lot and began life-saving measures before the man was rushed to the hospital, where he died, said Harris.
East LA driver arrested for driving with 1,000 pounds of fireworks in trunk
LOS ANGELES, Calif. (KABC) - CITY TERRACE, LOS ANGELES (KABC) --A driver is in custody after authorities discovered more than 1,000 pounds of illegal fireworks inside a vehicle on the 10 Freeway near City Terrace Tuesday morning.California Highway Patrol and L.A. County Fire responded to a car parke
3 hot music events in Los Angeles this week
Get pumped up for this weekend's BET Awards at a special edition silent disco party at Globe Theatre. Hosted by Urban Fetes and Millennium Age, the party will feature three different trap DJs, broadcasting simultaneously, so you can pick your poison all night.
Hundreds Gather in Fairfax Memorial for Rapper XXXTentacion
A stretch of Melrose Avenue was blocked, but no arrests were immediately reported, Im said.
Photos: 553 Firearms Seized From Felon in Agua Dulce
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department and the Department of Justice seized 553 firearms from a convicted felon in Agua Dulce last week.Manual Fernandez, 60, was arrestedfor being a felon in possession of firearms and ammunition.Three warrants uncovered 432 firearms, 30 illegal firearms and an
Lawsuit alleges Inglewood broke law by choosing LA Clippers over affordable housing
Uplift Inglewood Coalition, a group created in 2015 in response to rising housing costs, claims in its lawsuit that Inglewood did not notify housing developers and other agencies about the availability of the land now slated for a new Clippers arena. The Surplus Land Act requires a public agency to
Alleged LA operator of Romanian crime crew’s ATM skimming scam expected to plead guilty
An officer carries what appears to be part of an ATM machine out of a Hollywood apartment in April 2018 after a search warrant was executed in the case of an alleged Romanian ATM skimming operation that resulted in the arrest of five people, including Cosmin Mihai Cozma of Los Angeles. Cozma is expe
Lisa Marie Presley says business manager whittled Elvis’ fortune from $100 million to five figures
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Robert Wada said during a hearing Monday that he was denying Barry Siegel’s motion to strike Presley’s petition, but that he was doing so “without prejudice,” meaning Siegel can raise the issues again later if it makes sense to do so.
Shooting in Long Beach leaves one man dead, police search for killer
The man, in his 30s, was pronounced dead at the scene, the coroner's office reported. His name was withheld, pending notification of his relatives.
Agua Dulce felon had hundred of guns, officials say
A convicted felon who was allegedly in possession of more than 550 firearms lived in pack rat conditions, with boxes, cars and cameras hoarded at his Agua Dulce property, neighbors said.
High School Grads Out Thousands After 'Senior Trip' Site Failed To Pay For Airline Tickets, Resort Stay
WHITTIER (CBSLA) —A group of recent high school graduates were left holding their bags, literally, after a celebratory trip that was bought and paid for fell through, and now they’re demanding answers and their money back.
LA County Approves $2 Billion for New Jail That Can Treat Mentally Ill
APThis Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2011 photo shows the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Men's Central Jail facility in Los Angeles. The number of arrests by police in California has plunged in recent years, but that doesn't necessarily represent good news on crime, according to an analysis published Saturday,
Business Digest: David Lyng Real Estate hosts mixer Wednesday
David Lyng Real Estate will host a Santa Cruz Chamber of Commerce mixer 5-7 p.m. Wednesday at its new office, 1041 41st Ave., in Pleasure Point.
Ex-LAPD Officer Sentenced to Five Years in Prison
Joseph Jay Spadafore, 64, of Menifee was sentenced by U.S. District Judge John F. Walter for his conviction on charges of maintaining drug-involved premises, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office.
Mexico Fan Arrested For Firing Mortar-Style Firework At Police Officers
Jose Alberto Martinez, 39, was taken into custody Sunday for firing a mortar-style firework into a line of officers nearnear Florence Avenue and Pacific Boulevard in Huntington Park.
Free Summer Concert Series for All Ages at Pasadena Senior Center
The Pasadena Senior Center's popular free summer concert series for all ages will be relocated from Memorial Park to the air-conditioned comfort of the Scott Pavilion at the center, 85 E. Holly St., every Monday at 6 p.m. from July 30 to Sept. 3.
Woman found shot to death inside vehicle in San Pedro
SAN PEDRO, Calif. (FOX 11 / CNS)- Police and firefighters responding to a call of a vehicle crashing into a building Monday morning in San Pedro found a woman who had been shot to death inside the vehicle, authorities said.
Pickup truck driver leads police on chase into downtown Los Angeles, is arrested
The chase began around 10:30 p.m. Monday when Huntington Park police officers spotted a man driving a truck that was towing a suspected stolen vehicle, which the driver dumped near the railroad tracks close to the intersection of Randolph Street and Maywood Avenue, according to Lt. Patrick Kraut wit
27-Year-Old Man Sentenced to 365 Days in Jail, 3 Years Probation After Fatally Shooting His Friend in Norwalk
The deadly shooting happened on Jan. 28., when Vergara was hanging out with his friend David Bernal at a home in Norwalk, prosecutors said. They were in the backyard when he started showing Bernal a rifle,authorities said.
523 Firearms Seized From Convicted Felon’s Agua Dulce Home: LASD
Deputies seized 30 illegal firearms from the residence in the 34900 block of Sweetwater Drive, according to the agency. That person, whose name was not released, has not returned to the home, the Sheriff’s Department said. Detectives were working with the district attorney in that case, the agency a