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Mayor Eric Garcetti says he expects the results of a autopsy on the body of a 25-year-old South Los Angeles man shot by police to be released by the end of December.
Local residents next week are expected to consider possible sites for a pedestrian-bike bridge designed to connect Griffith Park to Glendale.
Bill Cosby’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame was vandalized, according to an Instagram photo posted Friday.
Residents in and around downtown Los Angeles could hear helicopters or other military aircraft Friday as Marines and sailors from Camp Pendleton train in preparation for a deployment.
Police were on hand Friday for a protest in downtown Los Angeles by activists calling for justice for Eric Garner, Mike Brown and Ezell Ford.
For what officials say is only the second time in a dozen years, a mountain lion has been reportedly spotted east of the 405 Freeway.
Police Chief Charlie Beck says statutes of limitations will not deter the LAPD from investigating any sexual assault allegations against comedian Bill Cosby.
LAPD Chief Charlie Beck says there were “issues with supervision at the scene” where three police officers fatally shot an unarmed man following a high-speed chase last year.
Economists say Southern California could be on an economic “collision course” fueled by low-paying jobs that offer little opportunity for upward mobility.
Three women who claim they were victimized by Bill Cosby spoke to the media Wednesday, two of whom were making their allegations public for the first time.
The world’s most famous search engine company is expanding its presence in the Southland.
Covered California officials are teaming up with U.S. immigration officials to ease the fears of so-called mixed-status families that enrolling for Obamacare might result in deportation.
A cyber attack on the computer system at Sony Pictures could be inside job, according to reports.
A committee gathered Tuesday to consider a proposal that would allow street vendors to sell food and wares in Los Angeles.
The measures include a five-year extension on a waiver of fees charged for filming at city-owned or controlled properties, like City Hall, libraries, airports and police department facilities.
Councilman Dennis Zine presented KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO with a proclamation and cake in recognition of the station’s “Carmageddon” coverage.