Pioneering Ethical Meat Butcher Jered Standing Dies at 44L.A. TACONewsBreak Contributor
From Street Gang to Criminal Empire: The Rise of Raymond Washington and the CripsZap Break NewsNewsBreak Contributor
Can I Sleep in My Car in Los Angeles?The LA InsiderNewsBreak Contributor
California sheriff's SWAT team fatally shoots suspect who kept popping off rounds in the hillsGolden Gate MediaNewsBreak Contributor
During Reunion with Ex Devin Booker, Kendall Jenner Heads Out to Dinner with Friends in LA.Perry EastmanNewsBreak Contributor
Mountain lion spotted steps from Southern California resident’s front door
A Monrovia homeowner’s surveillance cameras captured a mountain lion just steps from her front door Sunday night. The sighting comes less than a week after residents in neighboring Sierra Madre were warned by officials to be cautious after a mountain lion was seen around North Baldwin Avenue between East Carter and East Mira Monte […]
Pasadena Resident in Court for Fatal Shooting of Fellow Tenant
A preliminary hearing date was set for Tuesday morning for Mark Anthony Levels, a 54-year-old resident of Pasadena, who is charged with the fatal shooting of Tynisha Houston, a fellow tenant at a local apartment complex. The incident occurred in August 2023, reportedly following a tenant dispute that escalated into...
Can I Sleep in My Car in Los Angeles?
In Los Angeles, the legality of sleeping in your car is governed by specific municipal regulations and ordinances that have evolved over time. These regulations are designed to address the city's unique challenges, including homelessness, public safety, and the preservation of residential neighborhoods' quality of life. Understanding these laws is crucial for anyone considering sleeping in their vehicle within city limits.
Baldwin Park Police Department’s “Conchas with a Cop” Event Delights Guests Sunday
Guests at Baldwin Park Police Department’s “Conchas with a Cop” Event Sunday were treated to a delightful spread of delicious treats and warm beverages. Held at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church from 8:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. in the 3800 Block of Baldwin Park Boulevard in the City of Baldwin Park.
Deadly crash involving semi-truck on SB 5 Freeway shuts down lanes in Boyle Heights
One person was killed in a crash involving a semi-truck on the 5 Freeway in Boyle Heights, prompting the closure of several southbound lanes Tuesday morning.
Southern California Walmart store closing due to ‘business decision’
LOS ANGELES – A Southern California Walmart location is set to close to the public next month for good. According to information provided by a Walmart spokesperson, the retail giant went through a “thoughtful review process” before coming to the decision to shut the West Covina store down. “We have nearly 5,000 stores across the […]
Student stabs another student inside boys' bathroom at Nogales High School in La Puente
The district said there was some sort of incident between two students inside the boys' restroom in which one student stabbed the other with a knife.
Pasadena Feb 26 Weekly Crime Report: 160 Incidents and 10 Crime Stories
Pasadena Feb 26 Weekly Crime Report: 160 Incidents and 10 Crime Stories. During the last week, Pasadena reported a total of 160 crime cases. The most common crime was classified as 'Other' with 59 incidents, followed closely by 'Theft' at 54 incidents. 'Burglary' and 'Arrest' were tied with 11 incidents each. 'Assault' and 'Suspicious Situation' both had 8 incidents. 'Trespass' accounted for 4 incidents while 'Shooting' had 3. The least reported crimes were 'Robbery' and 'Vandalism' with 1 incident each. The data suggests that while the place is dealing with a significant number of crimes, the majority are non-violent in nature. However, the presence of crimes such as 'Shooting' and 'Robbery' underscores the need for continued vigilance and effective law enforcement.
Significant Cold Storm Approaching Southern California, Bringing Rain, Snow, and Chilly Temperatures
The National Weather Service's Los Angeles office is closely monitoring a cold storm system that is expected to sweep through Southern California, bringing significant precipitation, mountain snow, and a notable drop in temperatures.
Hundreds of alcoholic drinks illegally sold by L.A. street vendors seized
Hundreds of alcoholic beverages were seized, and eight people arrested in an operation targeting vendors for the illegal sale of alcohol in the downtown Los Angeles area, authorities announced Monday. The seizures and arrests happened at Grand Park, located at 200 N. Grand Avenue, and L.A. Live, the popular tourist destination at 800 West […]
The Grim Sleeper: Unmasking Lonnie David Franklin Jr.'s Reign of Terror in Los Angeles
Lonnie David Franklin Jr., known infamously as the "Grim Sleeper," emerged as a nightmarish figure in the annals of American crime. His series of brutal murders, which spanned over two decades in Los Angeles, California, left an indelible mark of terror and mystery. This article delves into the chilling narrative of Franklin's crimes, the prolonged investigation, and the eventual capture of one of the most enigmatic serial killers in recent history.
Prosecutors pressured to not file charges
One Los Angeles County Deputy District Attorney, Tatiana Chahoian, says that the DA's office is urging prosecutors to not file charges in cases related to reckless driving, street racing and street takeovers.
Giant crack on hillside in Brentwood neighborhood continues to spark concern
A giant crack on a hillside in a Brentwood neighborhood continues to spark concern, but so far, officials say there's no widespread or escalating damage.
Pioneering Ethical Meat Butcher Jered Standing Dies at 44
Melrose butcher Jered Standing’s philosophy on selling meat went against the grain. As fattier cuts of beef like Wagyu gained popularity over the years, Standing chose to source 100 percent grass-fed and grass-finished beef, generally a much leaner type of beef compared to the ultra marbled Wagyu breed that seems to be everywhere now. And all his pork and poultry were “raised on pasture” within the state of California.
Closure of beloved California bookstore highlights struggles of small businesses in expensive state
A new report about a closing California bookstore noted how it's an example of elderly small business owners struggling with changing times and the post-COVID economy.
Two marijuana dispensary workers found guilty in murder of El Camino student
Jurors found both the owner and manager of a marijuana dispensary shop guilty of first-degree murder for killing an El Camino College student. VIP Collective LA owner Weijia Peng and manager Ethan Astaphan were convicted on Monday, Feb. 26 of killing El Camino student and dispensary employee Juan Hernandez on Sept. 22, 2020.
Man who died after being pepper-sprayed on Metro bus identified
A 62-year-old man who died following an altercation during which he was apparently pepper-sprayed on a Metro bus in Koreatown was identified Monday by the Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner.
Two men charged with armed robbery after targeting massage parlors in L.A. and O.C.
SANTA ANA, Calif. — Two Los Angeles County men were charged today in a federal criminal complaint alleging they committed more than a dozen armed robberies of massage parlors in Los Angeles and Orange countiesm according to the AFT. Andy Cuellar, 28, of Hawthorne, and Arturo Morales, 27, of...
Driver Ejected in Rollover Crash Found in Lane on 210 Freeway
CLAREMONT, LOS ANGELES, Feb. 26 (KNN) — A driver ejected in a rollover crash was found on the 210 Freeway early Monday morning. California Highway Patrol officers… Read more "Driver Ejected in Rollover Crash Found in Lane on 210 Freeway">
Man Identified in Fatal Deputy-Involved Shooting in Pearblossom
PEARBLOSSOM, CA (LAI) - The Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner has identified Joseph Henson, 30, as the man who died following an encounter with sheriff's deputies in Pearblossom, southeast of Palmdale. The incident occurred around 6:45 a.m. on Friday in the 13000 block of Pearblossom Highway.