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"He Scalped Her & Drained Her Blood": Millionaire Heir Found Guilty Of Torture-Murdering Fiancée - CrimeFeed

HOLLYWOOD, CA — The son of a California real estate tycoon has been found guilty of the gruesome torture and murder of his Ukrainian fiancée, who had given birth to his daughter just three weeks earlier.

CRIMEFEED.COM - 2018-06-21 15:00:23

Overnight parking available for people staying in cars - Park Labrea News/ Beverly Press

“Safe parking areas not only provide people living in their cars with a secure place to sleep, it creates a centralized location where people can begin to receive support that can help them find permanent housing,” said Los Angeles Supervisor Sheila Kuehl, 3rd District, who authored the motion. “We’

BEVERLYPRESS.COM - 2018-06-21 10:21:45

Authorities Ask for Help Finding Person Linked to Killing of Homeless Man in West Hollywood

On May 23, 65-year-old George McKinney was involved in a verbal altercation with a man along Santa Monica Boulevard that ultimately resulted in his death, Lt. Rodney Moore of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said during a news conference Thursday.

KTLA.COM - 2018-06-21 20:57:04

Man Suspected Of Stabbing Woman Shot By Police In Porter Ranch

The officers ordered the man to drop the weapon and made attempts to forcibly subdue him, including using a bean bag gun and a Taser, before firing their weapons at him.

CBSLOCAL.COM - 2018-06-21 05:35:56

Weekly Crime Report: Hollywood & Nearby Police Log

HOLLYWOOD, CA – The following is a collection of weekly police, court and fire stories from around the Hollywood area this week.

PATCH - 2018-06-21 21:31:00

Warm Spell Coming To Fountain Valley, Inland Orange County

FOUNTAIN VALLEY, CA — A hot spell will get underway in inland Orange County and Los Angeles County, when valley temperatures will reach the 90s and 100s, forecasters said.

PATCH - 2018-06-21 13:56:16

Officer-involved shooting in Porter Ranch, investigation underway

Officers ordered the man several times to drop the object and used non-lethal force, including a taser, to get the man to comply, but he charged officers and an officer-involved shooting occurred, No said.

FOXLA.COM - 2018-06-21 15:00:00

Kobe Bryant Kept Out of Film Academy Despite Oscar Win

Under the academy's procedures, Oscar winners and nominees are automatically considered for, though not guaranteed, membership, with the ultimate decision of who gets admitted to the group residing with the 54-member board of governors.

NBC LOS ANGELES - 2018-06-21 15:32:14

2 Injured After Stabbing Reported Inside Burger King in Burbank, Police Say

When they arrived at the restaurant, officers found two people hurt, including one with significant injuries. That individual was taken to a local hospital in unknown condition, Misquez said.

KTLA.COM

Homeless man dies after stabbing man in Burbank restaurant

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ROANOKE TIMES - 2018-06-20 03:35:38

Hundreds Gather in Fairfax Memorial for Rapper XXXTentacion

A stretch of Melrose Avenue was blocked, but no arrests were immediately reported, Im said.

NBC LOS ANGELES - 2018-06-20 05:44:57

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.

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Free summer North Hollywood concerts showcase local talents and headliners

By Dalia Espinosa, CorrespondentWhen Elvis Presley sang “Peace in the Valley” decades ago, it was unimaginable that decades later, a man dressed up in a similar glam costume would stand on stage and imitate the King on a summer night, well,… in the Valley.This summer, residents can enjoy their own V

LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS

North Hollywood Stabbing Victim Identified

NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CA — Authorities Tuesday identified a man who was fatally stabbed in North Hollywood during a dispute with another man, who remains at large.

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Beverly Hills Hotel May Be Crucial Evidence In Suit Against Trump

BEVERLY HILLS, CA – A former "Apprentice" contestant who alleges Donald Trump sexually assaulted her, has turned the iconic Beverly Hills Hotel into a crucial piece of evidence in her lawsuit against the president. The case between the one-time apprentice Summer Zervos and the president is significa

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Teenage Girl Leads Police On Wild Valley Chase

A brief chase ensued, and after about two minutes, police said the girl lost control of the car, slamming into a brick wall, power pole, and then a used truck for sale at the dealership lot.

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Hit-And-Run Driver Critically Injures Woman In North Hollywood

NORTH HOLLYWOOD (CBSLA)— A woman is recovering Monday after being struck by car in North Hollywood.A woman was walking outside of a crosswalk on Oxnard Street when she was struck by a car going westbound at about 9:20 p.m. Sunday.Witnesses said the driver stopped for a moment before taking off.The w

CBSLOCAL.COM

Man Fatally Stabbed at Park in North Hollywood

A man was fatally attacked early Monday morning in a park in North Hollywood. Ileana Diaz reports for Today in LA on June 18 2018. (Published Monday, June 18, 2018)

NBC LOS ANGELES

25-year-old identified as victim who either fell or was pushed out of West Hollywood apartment window

Adrian Nobert, 25, of West Hollywood died about 6:55 a.m. Monday in the 1100 block of Hacienda Place, according to the coroner’s office. An autopsy was pending.

LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS

These young people want Pacoima to be beautiful. Here’s what they are doing about it

Pacoima, bordered by three freeways and home to dozens of industrial businesses, has a range of environmental risks for its residents, from poor air quality to comparatively high rates of childhood obesity.

LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS