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Sunland, California Man Sentenced to Nearly 3½ Years in Federal Prison for Scheming to Fraudulently Obtain $650,600 COVID-Relief Loan

September 25, 2021 - LOS ANGELES – A Sunland resident has been sentenced to 41 months in federal prison for fraudulently obtaining a $650,600 Paycheck Protection Program loan under the. Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, the Department of Justice announced on September 24, 2021. Andranik Amiryan, 42,...
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USC To Conduct Zero Waste Game Saturday Evening

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – USC will conduct its annual Zero Waste Game Saturday evening when the Trojans football team faces Oregon State at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, competing with other Pac-12 Conference universities to divert waste from landfills to recycling or composting. The game is part of the Pac-12’s...
Food Beast

Go Go Bird Is Putting 'LA-Style' Fried Chicken On The Map

When you think of fried chicken, Los Angeles doesn't immediately jump out as a hub for it. But for Chef Brandon Kida of Go Go Bird, his goal is to put the fried chicken he serves up on the map as one that's uniquely 'LA-style'. With just how impeccable this...

Gunman opens fire at crowded Shake Shack in Woodland Hills

WOODLAND HILLS, LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- A man is in custody after police say he shot into a Shake Shack in Woodland Hills Thursday afternoon while several people were inside. The shooting happened around noon on Topanga Canyon Boulevard, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. The man suspected in the shooting had walked into the restaurant and asked for water, which was given to him, but then some sort of argument ensued.

Father And Son Arrested In Connection To 3 East LA Murders Dating Back to 2014

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — A man and his father were arrested Thursday in connection with three cold case murders in a small area of East Los Angeles dating back to 2014. Anthony Velasquez, 31, and his 51-year-old father, Manuel Velasquez, were taken into custody at about 4:30 a.m. in the 300 block of Humphries Avenue, according to Los Angeles County sheriff’s Deputy Shawn Du Busky. The two men are believed to be connected to the murders of 34-year-old Jesse Avalos in 2014, 38-year-old Eduardo Robles in 2015, and 27-year-old Amanda “Nikki” Lopez in 2018. Sheriff’s officials had released composite sketches of two men...

2.7 magnitude quake strikes Carson after last week’s bigger temblor

A magnitude 2.7 earthquake hit in Carson Thursday evening and was felt across the South Bay, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The quake had an epicenter across the street from Carson Park, a few blocks away from where the 4.3 magnitude temblor that rattled the area last week was epicentered. Thursday’s quake struck about […]
Page Six

Elon Musk spotted for the first time since Grimes split

Add CEO of Unbothered to Elon Musk’s resume. The 50-year-old entrepreneur was photographed Friday night sipping a drink after landing at a private airport in Los Angeles, Calif. in photos obtained exclusively by Page Six. Musk appeared unphased as he and another person exited the building. The Tesla CEO looked...

Federal Court Strikes Down Judge’s Order To Provide Housing To All Skid Row Homeless

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – A federal appeals court Thursday vacated a Los Angeles judge’s order that would have required the city and county of L.A. to provide housing to all homeless people living on Skid Row by next month. FILE — Homeless encampments on Skid Row in downtown L.A. on April 21, 2021. (Luis Sinco/Los Angeles Times/Getty Images) In April, in response to an ongoing lawsuit over the homeless crisis, U.S. District Judge David O. Carter issued a mandatory injunction ordering the city and county to offer housing to all homeless people in downtown L.A.’s Skid Row within six months. A panel of...
Whittier Daily News

Despite traffic concerns, Norwalk approves new Chick-fil-A

Despite concerns of added traffic, Norwalk planning commissioners on Tuesday, Sept. 23 approved what will be the second Chick-fil-A in the city. The commission voted 5-0 to approve the 23,783-square-foot fast food restaurant which will open where an Office Depot once operated, 10710 Firestone Blvd., in a shopping center anchored by a Target. The location was also home to a Starbucks, which has since closed.