The Co-Ed Killer, the 6'9" giant who terrorized the United States in 1980s
Edmund Kemper, born in 1948 in Burbank, California, is considered one of the most notorious serial killers in American history, earning the nickname "Co-Ed Killer" due to his tendency to target and murder young women, particularly college students. He gained notoriety for his large stature and his intelligence, which he used to outsmart police.
Employees Reveal Spooky Sightings at This Cheesecake Factory in California
Did you know that 2 in 5 people believe in ghosts? With such a high percentage, it's no wonder this video about the Cheesecake Factory in Los Angeles county has gained much attention recently for its spooky history.
This Steakhouse has been Named the Best in California
The steakhouse industry is growing at a steady pace which means the competition is getting stiffer and these days, it seems as if there's a delicious steakhouse within driving distance no matter where you are in the state. But, not all steakhouses are built equally.
Legendary Hollywood Actor Involved in Car Accident
Legendary Hollywood actor Dick Van Dyke reportedly suffered minor injuries after he was involved in a car accident early last Wednesday in Malibu, California. Van Dyke was reportedly driving in Malibu when the accident occurred. At the scene, the 97-year-old actor was found with a silver Lexus crashed into a gate, although the exact course of events that led to the collision is not known at this time.
Stark Realities Behind the LAUSD Strike From a Former Special Education Teacher
What was once a noble profession has long been transformed into a danger zone. What follows is based largely on personal experience and the parallel experiences of former peers who have remained in the field. Most of those peers, who for this story have asked to remain anonymous, either now work or have worked until recently in the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD).
The Strange Disappearance of Walter Collins
According to journalist Maryn Liles and Parade.com, "On March 10, 1928, nine-year-old Walter Collins donned a lumber jacket, brown corduroy trousers, black Oxfords, and a grey cap and set off to see a movie in the Mount Washington neighborhood of Los Angeles. Walter never returned home."
Multiple Robbery Suspects Arrested After Manhattan Beach PD Pursuit In South LA
Multiple people have been arrested in connection with the smash-and-grab robbery of a jewelry store in Manhattan Beach on Wednesday. It all occurred about 6 p.m at Pasha Fine Jewelry, 217 Manhattan Beach Blvd., according to the Manhattan Beach Police Department.
Queen + Adam Lambert Announce North American Tour Featuring Classic Queen Songs for Fall of 2023
Brian May and Roger Taylor will perform with Lambert in Philadelphia in October. Queen and Adam Lambert are bringing their Rhapsody tour back to North America after a successful pre-pandemic run across 25 cities in 2019. The new show has been expanded and updated. Guitarist Brian May says, "Our last tour featured our most ambitious production ever. So we decided to rip it apart and get even more ambitious. Watch out world.”
Billionaire Chinese investors taking over LA mansions - Obviously they don't ask for the prices!
South America's biggest economy, Brazil, is facing political instability and economic uncertainty. After a contentious presidential election, supporters of the incumbent president stormed the capitol, much like the events that occurred in the United States in early 2021. But even before the attempted coup, tensions were high, and some Brazilians were looking for a way out. In fact, one Miami condo developer reported a 30% increase in Brazilian buyers since October.
Rare Tornado Causes Damage in Montebello
A rare tornado tore through Montebello, causing significant damage to numerous buildings and scattering debris over multiple city blocks. This type of weather event is uncommon for Southern California, with only a handful of tornadoes recorded in Los Angeles County since 2005.
Sheriff Luna Addresses LASD Deputy Gangs at COC Hearing with Commissioner Under Criminal Investigation Present
*Listen to the podcast: https://rss.com/podcasts/newsbeatla/872302/. On March 16th, Sheriff Robert Luna spent his 103rd day in office attending his first Citizens Oversight Commission hearing as the head of the largest Sheriff’s Department in the country.
Bye Bye Macy's - Retailer Closing Multiple Locations. Is One Closing Near You?
Macy's has confirmed that four of its locations will close by April 2023. Macy's had already closed dozens of stores in the past years and plans to close around 125 stores, or a fifth of its locations, over a three-year period. The four locations closing are in California, Colorado, Hawaii, and Maryland.
Rare tornado strikes Los Angeles
Local authorities said that a rare tornado struck a city just southeast of Los Angeles on Wednesday, injuring at least one person. The tornado, which was designated an EF-1 by the Weather Service's National Weather Service and with estimated peak winds of 110 mph, "briefly touched down" in a manufacturing facility and storage facility zone in the city of Montebello. It was the biggest tornado to strike the Los Angeles region since 1983.
Amanda Bynes Cancels Appearance At 90s Con Weekend Due To Illness And Hospitalization
Updated "Amanda Bynes has been placed on a mental health hold, ABC News has confirmed through a person familiar with the situation. Around 6:40 a.m. on Sunday, Los Angeles law enforcement received a medical call for a female in a Sizzler parking lot on South Vermont Avenue and West Fourth Street, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. A mental health team was called who transported her to a hospital on a mental health hold, known as a 5150 hold."
Uber Driver Killed In Lynwood Identified As Marine Veteran
Authorities are still piercing together the reason to why a ride share driver was fatally shot in Lynwood on friday morning. It all happened when deputies from LASD Century Station responded to the 2800 blk of East Imperial Hwy regarding a shooting just after 1:30am.
Teachers Walkout as Strikes Continue Across California
A new walkout in Oakland is now adding to the strikes across the state of California as educational workers and support staff demand higher wages and better hours, freezing multiple school districts.
"Tornado Strikes Los Angeles Area: A Rare and Devastating Event"
Tornado Strikes Los Angeles AreaPhoto bywww.canva.com. Overview of araretornadohitting the Los Angeles area:. Rare tornado strike in Los Angeles On March 22, 2023, a rare tornado hit the Los Angeles area causing chaos and destruction in the affected area. It was an unusual event for Los Angeles, which is not usually hit by tornadoes. Accompanied by strong winds and heavy rains, the damage was considerable. The tornado made landfall mid-afternoon, leaving area residents stunned. Experts say the tornado was registered as EF-0, a less severe tornado; however, she still managed to cause a lot of damage and destruction. Damage from the tornado was reported within a two-mile radius, and many properties were badly damaged. Power lines were down, roads were blocked, and downed trees, debris, and general damage in affected areas. Fortunately, despite the severity of the tornado, no injuries were reported. The total cost of the damage could be high as emergency services moved quickly to assess the damage, restore power and communications and service the many homes and businesses that were destroyed or badly damaged in the area. Strong winds toppled utility poles, knocked out electricity in several neighborhoods, and toppled roofs and walls of houses. Trees and vehicles were also damaged or overwhelmed by the massive force of the tornado. Amid the chaos following the disaster, first responders were on the scene providing medical assistance, search, and rescue, and helping distribute essentials. The Los Angeles City Council immediately authorized emergency funding for those affected by the tornado and put in place resources to assess the damage and take action to help those affected by the tornado.
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