Say Goodbye To Your Local Target: Retail Giant To Close Stores In 4 States Including CaliforniaTy D.10 HOURS AGO
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Discovering the Hidden Gems of Compton, California: A Guide to Exploring the City SafelyAdam TabrizNewsBreak Contributor
Yom Kippur 2023 in Beverly Hills | Can We All Just Get Along?RebeccaOlkowskiNewsBreak Contributor
A Culinary Seafood Journey: Discover Hermosa Beach's Top 2 Restaurants
In this article, we're going to explore two exceptional seafood restaurants located in Hermosa Beach. Have you had the chance to dine at either of them? If you have, we'd love to hear about your experiences in the comments section below!
FBI Top 10 Most Wanted suspect possibly hiding in California
One of the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted suspects, Omar Alexander Cardenas, who is wanted for the homicide of a 46-year-old man in Los Angeles is believed to possibly still be in California, or Mexico, per FBI officials.
Letters to the Editor 9-28-23
I was disappointed to see The City of Hermosa Beach support the Metro Green Line Extension ROW (right of way) option in their recent letter to the Metro Board of Directors. I agree with all their points on why more public transit is needed in the region: ease congestion on streets, reduce pollution, and offer more methods of transportation to all, especially those in underserved areas. The single reason they stated to support the ROW option is cost. This is short sighted. We cannot continue to plan just for our immediate future. This investment deserves to be made with a larger intent of sustainability and purpose. The Hawthorne Boulevard option would utilize a space already dedicated to transit and business. It would revitalize the area by delivering people directly to the future South Bay Social District (currently the South Bay Galleria), and beyond, to Torrance. Yes, the ROW currently has a freight train and underground pipes that shuttle fuel north. But freight train trips have decreased to just twice a day. With proper planning and support, it would be reasonable to eliminate the freight train and dedicate that corridor to much needed open space and a bike path, furthering our goal of a greener and more connected region. I urge Hermosa Beach to reconsider their position on this important issue and to advocate with Redondo Beach for the Hawthorne Blvd. option.
71-year-old man with dementia found safe days after going missing at Hollywood Bowl, family says
A 71-year-old man with dementia has been found safe days after he went missing at the Hollywood Bowl, his family told ABC7.
Man freed after 28 years in prison for rape he falsely admitted to
A man who spent nearly 30 years in prison for rape, kidnapping and robbery has been declared innocent and freed, Los Angeles County prosecutors announced Tuesday. DNA testing helped exonerate Gerardo Cabanillas in a 1995 attack on a couple sitting in a parked car in the city of South Gate, the county district attorney's office said in a statement.Cabanillas' case was reexamined by the Conviction Integrity Unit of the DA's office, and last week a judge reversed his conviction, found him factually innocent and ordered his permanent release."We acknowledge a grave injustice that has resulted in the unjust more than...
Ex-grocery store employee fired for 'caking' settles wrongful termination suit
A former assistant manager for a Superior Grocers store has settled his lawsuit against the supermarket chain in which he alleged he was wrongfully fired in 2021 for “caking” two female employees during a birthday festivity.
Your SoCal Weather Report For Wednesday, Sept. 27: Enjoy The Warmth While It Lasts
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In Men's Central Jail, fires are common, smoke alarms are not: Smells 'like a campfire'
In Men's Central Jail, they say, there is almost always something burning. But there are no smoke alarms where inmates live.
Landlord Tells Woman To "Get Rid of Plants" but Refuses to Address Wood Rot, Mold, and Fire Hazards
Rents nationwide are skyrocketing as landlords use the tight housing market and inflation to gouge renters. While they charge more, some do less to maintain their rental properties. Although some places are making genuine efforts to reduce energy, others are finding their landlords difficult and ineffective — just ask TikTok user Katt Mirikitani. On Sept. 14, 2023, last straw for Mirikitani was when her landlord raised her rent and asked her to get rid of plants she had outside the apartment but refused to address major hazards around the building. Here's what you need to know about her situation (and whether...
Manhattan Beach PD enforces new E-bike regulations, fines
Manhattan Beach Police Department now enforces new electric and motorized bicycle laws with. Costa School Resource Officer Donovan Torres presented an educational video during. homeroom on Sept. 14 to educate student bikers about electric bike safety. According to Torres,. the e-bike rules being enforced in the community should be adhered...
Hermosa puts on “Last Days of Summer” concert
“The Last Days of Summer” concert at the Hermosa Beach Pier took place on Sept. 3 and 10,. hosting multiple bands as a replacement for Fiesta Hermosa. The Hermosa Beach Chamber Foundation hosted the beach concert in partnership with. Hermosa Beach Friends of the Park. According to the Hermosa...
Why do Californians pay so much for gas?
Why are gas prices spiking now? And why do Californians always pay more?
Discovery Of Ghost Guns And Drugs At East Harlem Day Care Raises Concerns, Say Officials
In a startling revelation, a clandestine operation involving drugs, ghost guns, and ghost gun printers was exposed within the seemingly innocuous walls of an East Harlem daycare center. What was initially perceived as a legitimate childcare facility, nestled discreetly within an East 117th Street apartment, has turned out to be...
Long Beach police officers acquitted of filing false police report
Two former Long Beach Police Department officers were acquitted Wednesday of a felony charge alleging they filed a false police report involving an arrest more than five years ago.
LAPD chief expresses concern about ‘book and release’ plan under new zero bail policy
Los Angeles Police Chief Michel Moore is expressing concern about the county’s new zero bail policy that is set to take effect this weekend which will allow some criminal suspects to be cited and released when they would have previously been held on bond. The new Pre-Arraignment Release Protocols are designed to rely less on […]
UPS hiring 10,000 workers across Southern California
UPS is hiring 10,000 seasonal employees across Southern California ahead of the holiday season. Both part-time and full-time seasonal positions are available, with the majority of roles being delivery drivers, package handlers, and Commercial Driver’s License drivers. Nearly 80 percent of the available roles do not require an interview, the company said. The online application […]
An Unprecedented 5 Mira Costa Players Chosen in The MLB Draft
Five Mira Costa Baseball players have been drafted over the past three years. Mira Costa continues to produce elite athletes, and likely will see more alums selected in the coming years. 2021 grads Jared Karros and Petey Halpin 2022 grads, Kyle Karros and Chase Meidroth and 2020 grad Merrick Baldo.
Doctor charged with assaulting 9 men
Dr. William Thompson IV was charged with sexually assaulting nine male patients.
SFV man sentenced to prison for role in attack on US Capitol
A Los Angeles man was sentenced Tuesday to four years and three months behind bars for his role in the Jan. 6, 2021, breach of the U.S. Capitol. Edward Badalian, 29, of Panorama City, was also sentenced in the District of Columbia to serve three years of supervised release after he is released from prison, and pay $2,000 in restitution and fines, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.
Judge Dismisses Fired Firefighter's Remaining Retaliation Claim
A judge has dismissed a retaliation claim that was the only cause of action in a lawsuit filed by one current Beverly Hills firefighter and a former member of the department who both challenged the city's decisions in enforcing Los Angeles County's health care worker COVID-19 vaccination mandate.