Glory, an 8-year-old bloodhound, lives for search and rescue, according to her handler, Landa Coldiron.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is coming to the Southland on Friday for three fundraisers to support her Democratic presidential nomination.
A man was killed early Monday when his vehicle slammed into a center median and burst into flames in Beverly Hills.
Stamos was pulled over on Santa Monica Boulevard and Beverly Drive.
The valet worker at The Stinking Rose, located on 55 North La Cienaga Boulevard, declined to go on camera, but told CBS2/KCAL9 a customer spat in his face then tried to run him over in a silver SL500 Mercedes.
Police say the driver spit on the valet then acted like he was going to run him over before pulling off from a location in the 200 block of North La Cienaga, just north of Wilshire Boulevard.
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The search began around 3:45 p.m. on Rexford Drive and Sunset Avenue. Police have set up a perimeter in the area.
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Renowned litigator Robert Shapiro and his wife, Linell, lovingly remember their first born son Brent, who died at just 24 years old due to an addiction.
A traffic collision occurred just before midnight in the intersection of Olympic Boulevard and Swall Drive between a white 4-door Mercedes Benz with four occupants and a gray Audi SUV, according to a spokesperson for the Beverly Hills Police Department.
Hillary Clinton was in Southern California Thursday for three campaign fundraisers.
The driver of a dump truck that collided with an LAPD cruiser in Beverly Hills last year, killing a veteran training officer, pleaded not guilty Tuesday to a felony count of gross vehicular manslaughter.
Residents living in California’s most famous zip code will no longer be allowed to fill new swimming pools and could face $1,000 fines for water violations.
Water customers in Los Angeles will still be required to cut back their usage, but the target was lowered by the State Water Board on Saturday.