Officers are investigating a suspicious item Saturday, which has shut down the 2 Freeway in both directions near Echo Park.
A suspicious package was discovered inside a reportedly stolen vehicle in Van Nuys, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.
Authorities are investigating a suspicious item Monday that was found inside of a car.
Authorities were called to the southbound 101 near Highland Avenue following a report of a two-car non-injury collision.
Passengers on an outbound flight at LAX Sunday were instructed to deplane after suspicious articles were found in an overhead compartment of the aircraft.
Authorities Thursday deemed a possible suspicious item safe at cargo facility at Los Angeles International Airport.
A bomb squad was dispatched to the area of Poli Street and Rincon Street after a smouldering package was reported at approximately 5:29 p.m. Monday.
The Metro Red Line in downtown Los Angeles was shut down for a few hours Friday morning after a suspicious package was reportedly found.
Residents evacuated from a mobile home park near Palm Springs are expected to return Saturday after firefighters intentionally set fire to their neighbor’s home.
A 51-year-old man was in custody Friday after Costa Mesa police confiscated more than 500 pounds of illegal fireworks.
KCAL9’s Kevin Takumi reports Hollywood Boulevard was shut down in both directions between La Brea and Sycamore due to police activity.
Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched Wednesday afternoon to the 16200 block of Bright Morning Court.
A LAPD spokesperson told CBS2/KCAL9 the bag was found in front of the building, located in the 5400 block of Lindley Avenue, at approximately 9:10 a.m. Sunday. Investigators determined the bag did not contain explosives.
City News Service reports the backpack was found in the lobby of a building in the 5000 block of Wilshire Boulevard near Highland Avenue.
The bomb squad was sent Wednesday to Los Angeles International Airport after a suspicious package was discovered on the tarmac.