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Slain Bell Gardens Mayor’s Assets Detailed

Former Bell Gardens Mayor Daniel Crespo, allegedly shot to death by his wife during a family fight, had assets worth about $800,000, according to court papers obtained... Read more »

Former Day Care Worker Pleads No Contest to Lewd Acts

 A former child care worker pleaded no contest Monday to sexually molesting four children, three of whom attended a Boyle Heights day care center owned by his wife. Enrique... Read more »

$50,000 Reward Posted In Echo Park Fatal Stabbing

The Los Angeles City Council agreed Wednesday to offer a $50,000 reward for tips that lead to the apprehension and conviction of whoever fatally stabbed a 22-year-old... Read more »

Tanker Fire in Boyle Heights

There are no immediate reports of injuries from the scene of that crash in the 2600 block of East Eighth Street in Boyle Heights, where a tanker truck overturned... Read more »

Shot Fired at Monterey Park Patrol Car

Helicopters circled the streets of Monterey Park late Thursday night as police officers, SWAT and K-9 units searched for a suspect or suspects that fired at a parked... Read more »

Chivas Out: Magic, Nomar and Mia In

An ownership group that includes Magic Johnson, former baseball star Nomar Garciaparra and his wife — women’s soccer great Mia Hamm — will bring a new Major... Read more »

Boyle Heights Couple Taken on Ride of Terror

A man allegedly robbed a couple at gunpoint at a Boyle Heights park Thursday, kidnapped them, robbed a second couple then demanded ransom money during a carjacking... Read more »

Motorcyclist Killed in Montebello Identified

 The Coroner’s Office Sunday publicly named a 28-year-old motorcyclist who was killed in Montebello when another vehicle rear-ended his bike, sending it into... Read more »

Highland Park Gunman Still Sought

The three-hour search for a gunman who ran from officers in Highland Park ended with police recovering the gun and claiming to think they know the gunman’s identity,... Read more »

L.A. Council Approves ‘Clean Streets’ Plan

The Los Angeles City Council approved a $5 million “Clean Streets” plan Tuesday for sprucing up alleys, sidewalks and other public areas citywide, and devoting... Read more »

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