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Fatal Stabbing of Victim Outside Metro Station Under Investigation
Downtown Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA: A person was found stabbed to death outside a Metro station late Sunday night prompting a homicide investigation. The stabbing was reported around 10:45 p.m., June 4, at 1st and Hill Streets in front of the Civic Center/Grand Park Metro Station in Downtown Los Angeles.
Man Dies After Jumping Off Cliff Into River in Mount Baldy
A 33-year-old man died Sunday after jumping into a river in Mount Baldy, police said. The man was hiking with a friend when he decided to jump off a cliff into a river about 15 feet deep off Barrett Stoddard Road, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said. The man’s friend found him downstream after he did not resurface.
Shooting at Taco Truck Leaves 1 Wounded
Manchester Square, Los Angeles, CA: A shooting at a taco truck early Monday morning left one victim wounded in the Manchester Square neighborhood within South Los Angeles. The shooting occurred around 12:20 a.m., June 5, at a taco truck parked curbside at Manchester and St. Andrews Place. The Los Angeles...
LA County Inspector General uses CA’s new deputy gang laws to start identifying LASD’s gangsters with badges— meanwhile county counsel lawyers attack whistleblowers
Los Angeles County Inspector General Max Huntsman has quietly sent out 35 letters to 35 different LA County Sheriff’s deputies. The letters, which are dated Friday, May 12, direct each of the deputy recipients to schedule an interview with the IG’s office within the next fourteen days. The interview will pertain to one or the other of the LASD’s two most notorious deputy gangs, namely the Executioners and the Banditos.
Gunman had criminal history, hundreds of rounds of ammo
The Monterey Park shooting, which occurred during Lunar New Year celebrations, resulted in the deaths of 11 people. However, the situation could have been much worse if not for the heroic actions of Brandon Tsay, who disarmed the gunman. Los Angeles County Sheriff Robert Luna revealed that the shooter, Huu Can Tran, had previously been arrested for owning an illegal firearm and had a rifle, ammunition, and gun silencers at his home. It is still unknown what motivated Tran to carry out the mass shooting. Tsay has been hailed as a hero for his courageous actions, and Governor Gavin Newsom visited him and his family to express his gratitude. The death toll rose to 11 after one of the wounded victims died. Tran shot himself after the shooting, and detectives are continuing to investigate the motive behind the incident. The victims were predominantly aged 60 and above, and Tran had a limited criminal history.
California to offer $1,000 Stimulus Checks: Eligibility and application guide.
Los Angeles County has announced the opening of applications for its guaranteed income program, which aims to provide financial security to former foster children. Under this program, eligible individuals will receive $1,000 in monthly payments for two years. Known as "Breathe," the initiative aims to alleviate financial burdens and offer recipients the opportunity to lead more stable lives. Applications will be accepted from June 20 onwards.
Weird laws that are unbelievable but exist in California
I lived in Los Angeles for 15 years and had no idea these bizarre laws existed. Luckily I did not break any of them. Most outdated laws were made for specific cases but existed as laws.
Danny Fire: Forward progress stopped, nearly 1,600 acres burned
LOS ANGELES COUNTY, Calif. - Crews in the Fairmont area are working to put out a brush fire that broke out in the Antelope Valley area Sunday. The Danny Fire broke out slightly before 2 p.m. Sunday, near W. Avenue D and N. 130th Street West. According to the Los...
2 suspects on the run after shooting in North Hollywood
A search for two suspects is underway after a shooting in a busy retail center in North Hollywood Sunday night, authorities announced. Officers responded to calls of an assault with a deadly weapon in the 11000 block of Victory Boulevard, near Vineland Avenue, just before 9:30 p.m., according to the Los Angeles Police Department. […]
Pasadena Courtroom to Hear Two Murder Cases Involving Homeless Victims
The Pasadena Courthouse will hear proceedings in two murder cases Wednesday involving victims from the local homeless community. In the first case, Sadarius Lawson, 26, of Los Angeles, is accused of fatally stabbing Alex Dominguez, 43, on the night of Aug. 12. Pasadena Police officers responded to an “assault with a deadly weapon” call around 10:53 p.m. and discovered Dominguez unresponsive and suffering from multiple stab wounds in the street. He was pronounced deceased at the scene.
The underground tunnels of Los Angeles were used during prohibition to help create the speakeasy scene
Underneath Los Angeles are 11 miles of forgotten service tunnels primarily used during prohibition. Prohibition started on January 17, 1920, when the Volstead Act banned the manufacturing, consumption, transportation, and sale of alcohol in the US and lasted until December 1933.
Victims of the Monterey Park mass shooting
Eleven people have died following a shooting in Monterey Park, California over the weekend during a Lunar New Year celebration. The suspected gunman, Huu Can Tran, died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound at a SWAT scene in Torrance. Detectives are continuing to search for a motive. This tragic incident is the worst mass shooting in Los Angeles County since 2008 and marks the nation’s fifth mass killing this month. It is also yet another blow to a community that has faced high-profile violence in recent years. The victims included dance instructor Ming Wei Ma, 72, who sacrificed his life to save others, and avid dancer My Nhan, 65, who was the first person fatally shot. The remaining victims were identified as: Lilan Li, 63, Xiujuan Yu, 57, Valentino Alvero, 68, Yu Kao, 72, Muoi Ung, 67, Hongying Jian, 62, Chia Yau, 76, and Wen Yu, 64. The impacted families have spoken out against this senseless act of violence and tributes have been set up in their honor. For those needing emotional support, the Disaster Distress Helpline is available 24/7 at 1-800-985-5990.
Suspicious death investigated near Downtown Los Angeles bus stop
The death of a man near a downtown Los Angeles bus stop is being described as suspicious by investigators Monday morning. The man’s body was found on the ground near the Civic Center/Grand Park Metro Station at West 1st Street and North Hill Street around 10:40 p.m. Sunday night. A bus was also seen parked […]
1 dead after shootout with security guards in South L.A., police say
A man opened fire on a security guard in South L.A. before he was fatally shot by another guard, police said. The wounded guard was taken to a hospital.
Homicide Investigation Underway Into Fatal Shooting of Male in Pomona
Pomona, Los Angeles County, CA: Investigators from the Pomona Police Department’s Major Crimes Unit are investigating a fatal shooting that occurred in the area of North Loranne Avenue and East Holt Avenue in the city of Pomona on Saturday, June 3, around 7:30 p.m. One adult male victim suffering...
Homeless woman attacks child, slashes man who jumps in to help (video)
Dramatic video captures the moment a homeless woman with a knife attacks a young girl in South Los Angeles before a bystander steps in. The good Samaritan who intervened was slashed in the face by the attacker while saving the girl. Surveillance video captured the May 26 attack, which happened on South Main Street near […]
L.A. asked Congress for millions to address homelessness. But getting the cash isn't certain
The return of earmarks rekindled a debate among the three California Democrats vying for a seat in the U.S. Senate. It's a rare area of policy disagreement.
Most People Don’t Know About These Strange Ruins In Southern California
It is always strangely fascinating to see crumbling ruins from the past – whether of a single home, a shipwreck, or an entire civilization. The broken remnants of a place once full of life seem to hold secrets and stories that pique our curiosity. A collection of these strange ruins in Southern California is found at the edge of the Mojave Desert and does it ever have a story to tell.
Bicyclist dead after crash in South Los Angeles
A bicyclist was struck and killed Sunday night after an alleged collision with a vehicle in South Los Angeles. Calls about the fatal accident, located near the intersection of South Central and East Florence Avenues, came in just after 8 p.m., according to the Los Angeles Police Department. Police said that the victim […]
This 11-Mile Trail is One of the Most Dangerous in All of Southern California
This formidable peak has earned a reputation as the most dangerous hike in Southern California. However, it's not for the faint of heart but for the brave. And it promises an exhilarating hike.
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