The sister of a man suspected of kidnapping a 16-year-old girl and killing her mother and younger brother said Tuesday that she no longer wanted paternity tests to determine if the suspect fathered the children.
A family friend who kidnapped a 16-year-old girl used a timer to set fire to his rural home, where the girl’s mother and younger brother were found dead, authorities said Tuesday.
Police said evidence found in the remains of suspect James Lee DiMaggio’s house suggested he may have fled with homemade explosives and that his car might be booby-trapped.
A missing teen and her 8-year-old brother, who may have been killed along with his mother, view the suspect in their disappearance as “an uncle,” according to investigators.
An untended dump truck rolled down a Hollywood street Tuesday and smashed into a commuter bus, which then collided head-on with a car and left 27 people injured, authorities said.
Attorneys for the Santa Monica Nativity Scenes committee are ready to make their case for keeping the 60-year-old Christmas tradition alive.
Five months after being destroyed by a tanker truck fire, the Paramount Boulevard bridge over the 60 Freeway is set to open just in time for the Monday morning commute.
From Marilyn to Mickey to Captain Jack to a martian, street performers strut their stuff in front of Graumann’s Chinese and along the sidewalk to Hollywood and Highland.
There’s one tourist attraction on Hollywood Boulevard that can disgust, fascinate and shock people from around the world.
Imagine what Ventura Boulevard west of Sepulveda looked like 60 years ago.
News anchors Vicky Moore and Chris Sedens were out on Ventura Boulevard on Friday to shine the spotlight on local businesses.
On Ventura Boulevard, if a business lasts five years, it’s a success. 62 years? That’s something completely different.
Trying to get to or from work along freeways in the San Fernando Valley can be a real headache.
The tough economy is effecting almost everyone these days, including small business owners on Ventura Boulevard.
The San Fernando Valley has been hammered by the economic downturn — and real estate in particular has taken a beating.