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LAPD Hopes Newly Released Audio Helps Solve Taxi Driver's Murder 15 Years AgoHak Choon Chun was shot and killed after driving to South L.A. to pick up a passenger in 2001.
Protesters Gather After Police Kill Man In San Diego AreaBefore police announced the death, dozens of protesters gathered at the shooting scene.
Man Caught On Camera Punching Woman Outside Venice Grocery StoreThe woman met her attacker earlier in the day before being punched, police say.
Woman Loses Sleep Over Insane Bill From LADWPIn July, Velma Mathews got a bill for almost $13,000. The LADWP said It was a mistake or a leak, so she never paid it. Then came a second bill for almost $17,000.
Dozens Want To Adopt Dog Caught On Camera Escaping Animal ShelterAt least 40 people want to adopt the Ginger that opened three doors to break free from of the animal shelter.
Students Concerned After Attempted Kidnapping Of Female Near CSUNAuthorities said the man grabbed a female student from behind in a bear hug as she walked along Dearborn Street, near a Subway restaurant.

Latest LA Sports

Padres Rookie Goes On A Tear In 7-1 Win Over DodgersRookie Hunter Renfroe hit his first career grand slam and also had a three-run shot to drive in all the runs in the San Diego Padres' 7-1 victory against the NL West champion Los Angeles Dodgers on Tuesday night.
Marte, Nolasco Lead Angels Over A's, 8-1Right-hander Ricky Nolasco (8-14) held the A's to one unearned run in eight innings.
Coach Fisher Praises Play Of Rams Defensive Line After 2-1 Start To SeasonThe defensive line was the unquestioned strength for the Los Angeles Rams entering this season, and it showed in a variety of ways during their 37-32 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday.
LSU Firing Les Miles Now Makes No SenseThe school fired Miles following a 2-2 start despite deciding to bring him back at the end of last season.

Best of LA

Best Places To Eat Before Or After A L.A. Rams GameAfter more than twenty years without a football team, the Rams are back in Los Angeles. There are plenty of delicious bites to grab before or after the game.
Best Spas On LA's WestsideSometimes everyone needs a little pampering. Whether it’s the perfect massage or other treatment, these westside spots make clients feel beautiful inside and out.
Best Home Decor Hotspots In Los AngelesTo capture your own distinctive look, it's vital to suss out the right places to shop to do that job just right. Thankfully, the City of Angels has more than its fair share of rarified outposts from which to pick out pieces.
Best Places For Dumplings In Los AngelesLos Angeles offers a myriad of Asian restaurants, including those offering dumplings.

Best Of Orange County

Best Beer Bars In The Inland EmpireThe Inland Empire offers a wide variety of excellent beer bars and restaurants serving up an impressive selection of craft beers, local brews, and unique beer-inspired concoctions.
Best Boutique Decor Shops In Orange CountyElegant or eclectic, traditional or contemporary -- whatever your style, Orange County has a boutique decor shop to meet your needs.
12 Things We Bet You Didn't Know About AnaheimMost people think of Anaheim as the city of Disneyland. But, there's much more to this Orange County city than just Disneyland.
Best Events & Activities To Do This Week In Orange County - September 26From Las Laguna’s Lens-flare photography exhibition to glow yoga, Tegan and Sara live in concert and live musicals, this week has a lot to offer.

Eat See Play

Best Places For Vinyl In Los AngelesLA has a robust selection of great music stores that sell vinyl records.
Best Places For Guitar Lessons In Los AngelesAs the hub of entertainment for the world, LA offers everything needed to insert music into your life or your children's education. These are some of the best places in Los Angeles to make those dreams a reality.

Investigative Reporting

Time-Lapse Video Finds No One Turning Out Lights In City BuildingsIn a city filled with energy during the day, there's even more wasted energy at night, from lights on all night at City Hall, late at night at DWP headquarters, all day and all night at some Los Angeles County courthouses that have been closed for yea
CBS2 Investigation: Amid Drought, LADWP Caught Watering Artificial Turf At SubstationsThe Los Angeles Department of Water and Power is trying to set an example on how to reduce water use amid California's fifth consecutive year of severe drought.
Homeowners Lured Into Debt Trap By Dubious Claims Of Government ProgramAfter a CBS2 investigation, the California legislature is moving toward tougher disclosure laws for lenders and contractors who sell private loans to homeowners for energy-efficiency upgrades. Some borrowers have been lured by false promises of government subsidies and rebates.

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