Latest LA News

$20K Reward Offered For Info In Slaying Of 4-Year-Old In AltadenaThe family of a 4-year-old boy who was fatally shot in Altadena pleaded Thursday for help to find the shooter who killed him.
Volkswagen, Dealers Reach Tentative Deal In Cheating ScandalVolkswagen has reached a tentative deal with its U.S. dealers to compensate them for losses they said they suffered as a result of the company's emissions cheating scandal, attorneys told a federal judge Thursday.
Homeland Security Investigates Leslie Jones Website HackThe hack exposed the driver's license, passport and intimate photos of the "Saturday Night Live" star, along with hateful and racist images.
Woman Found Shot To Death In Garden GroveParamedics pronounced the victim dead at the scene. Her identity is being withheld pending family notification.
Music Majors To Get Free Tuition At Los Angeles City College With $10M EndowmentThe gift announced Thursday will provide all music majors tuition-free attendance, additional private lessons and further financial aid.
National Park Service Celebrates Centennial With Waived Entrance FeesGet a much-needed dose of nature this weekend at any of the four federally-protected green spaces within driving distance of Los Angeles in honor of the National Park Service’s 100th anniversary.

Latest LA Sports

Turner's Solo Homer Lifts Dodgers Past GiantsThe third-baseman's fourth-inning tater helps L.A. pad its N.L. West Division lead over rival San Francisco.
Trout, Pujols Home Runs Help Angels Soar Past Blue Jays, 8-2Pujols finished 4 for 4 with three RBIs.
Hope Solo Suspended From National Team For 6 Months After 'Cowards' CommentU.S. Soccer President Sunil Gulati said Solo's comments were "unacceptable and do not meet the standard of conduct we require from our National Team players."
LA City Council, Fans Celebrate Kobe Bryant DayThe Los Angeles City Council declared Wednesday as Kobe Bryant Day, honoring the recently retired Los Angeles Laker on the date of the jersey numbers he wore with the team.

Best of LA

Best Oldies Music Bars In Los AngelesWhile many bars play top 40 hits, there are plenty of spots across the city playing oldies hits. These are the best.
Best Whiskey Bars In Los AngelesWhiskey is longer just your grandfather's drink. L.A. has seen the emergence of bars dedicated to whiskey and Scotch drinks over the years.
Best Drive-In Movie Theaters In The Los Angeles AreaSouthern California has only a handful of drive-in movie theaters left. With these best choices, the drive-in experience is holding on.
Best Restaurants In Los Angeles Right Now (September 2016)What are the hot and must-visit restaurants in L.A. right now? From Santa Monica to Downtown L.A., we've covered the eateries you can't miss.

Best Of Orange County

Best Folk Music Venues In Orange CountyWhile rock shows are great, these places are good options if you're looking for a more low-key folk show.
Best Nightclubs In Orange CountyWhen you're looking for a good time, look no further than these top nightclubs from Anaheim to San Juan Capistrano.
Best Craft Coffee Spots In Orange CountySure, you can get a cup of coffee anywhere - including your nearest fast-food place. However, if you're more about the flavor of coffee, try these cafes.
Most Decadent & Over The Top Desserts In Orange CountyIt’s hard to resist indulging in over the top desserts every once and a while, especially considering Orange County’s variety of decadent options.

Eat See Play

Best Places For Vinyl In Los AngelesLA has a robust selection of great music stores that sell vinyl records.
Best Concert Venues In Los Angeles For A DateWhether you prefer to hang out casually or rock a steady hookup, here are some of the more alluring concert venues in Los Angeles designed to stimulate, gratify and redefine date night.

Investigative Reporting

Traffic Examiners Allege Pressure To Limit Dismissals Of Parking TicketsTwo former traffic examiners sued the city and won after a jury found the city guilty of firing them because they complained about being forced to change decisions.
Lawmakers Demand Action After CBS2 Exposes Deceased Voters Somehow Casting Ballots Across LA CountyState lawmakers are demanding action after a CBS2 investigation uncovered hundreds of deceased voters somehow casting ballots across Los Angeles County.
Goldstein Investigation: LA City Managers Caught Using Company Cars To Run ErrandsAt the pump, the city manager is paying for gas like everyone else. But David Goldstein says you're paying the bill.

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