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Seven Injured in Glassel Park Car Crash

A collision involving a Los Angeles Police Department car and an SUV in the Glassel Park area Monday left seven people injured, including four officers, authorities... Read more »

L.A. Community College District Bans E-Cigarettes

The Los Angeles Community College District has added its nine campuses to the growing list of places in the Los Angeles area where electronic cigarette use is restricted. The... Read more »

Girls in Foster Care Urged to Sign Up for Prom Makeover by Friday Deadline

 Registrations are being accepted from girls in LA County foster care who would like to participate in “Glamour Gowns,” a program that provides free prom dresses,... Read more »

‘Shamrock Shake’ A Wake Up Call to Angelenos

St. Patrick’s Day got off to a shaky start today when a magnitude-4.4 earthquake centered southeast of Encino in the Santa Monica Mountains gave residents a jolt... Read more »

Man Pleads to Kidnapping, Sexually Assaulting Child From Boyle Heights Party

 A Los Angeles man who kidnapped a 3-year-old girl from a Boyle Heights party and sexually assaulted her was sentenced Tuesday to 35 years in state prison. Edward... Read more »

Former East L.A. Coach Pleads No Contest to Sex-Related Charges

A former volleyball coach at Esteban Torres High School in East Los Angeles pleaded no contest Tuesday to sex-related counts involving two 15-year-old girls he met... Read more »

Eagle Rock Woman Barricades Herself During Standoff with Police

A woman barred from owning firearms because of mental illness flashed a rifle at police officers who were summoned by concerned family members, then ducked into... Read more »

Trial Date Set In Councilman’s Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

The trial on a sexual harassment lawsuit filed against Los Angeles Councilman Jose Huizar by a former staff member has been set for Nov. 10 in Superior Court, unless... Read more »

Time Changes This Weekend

 Be prepared to lose an hour this weekend when the time changes at 1 a.m. Sunday morning. Experts recommend moving the time on clocks ahead one hour before going... Read more »

DA Won’t Seek Death Penalty In Boyle Heights Double Murder

Prosecutors announced Tuesday they will not seek the death penalty against a 26-year-old man charged in the 2012 shotgun killings of his brother and another man... Read more »

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