Authorities say in each case an unknown male caller contacted local businesses claiming to be from a local street and/or prison gang. The caller demands money be wired in exchange for protection.
She was carrying 214 pounds on her 5-foot-7 frame when she went to an obesity clinic sponsored by the New York City Board of Health in 1961 and began picking up tips that slowly seemed to work.
Police need the public’s help to identify the suspects who broke into a business to steal a safe, but had to abandon it when a police patrol unit passed by.
A group of Costa Mesa students, using a teen with special needs as one of their inspirations, developed a GPS tracking device for children, Alzheimer’s sufferers, and others with disabilities as part of an assignment.
Two days after Clabe Hartley’s finger was bitten off by a transient, the Venice business owner had hoped to share his concerns with the community. But even he was turned away.
“We’ve identified about 50 locations,” CEO Jim Keyes said, “that we believe truly are better suited to a a different type of retail.”
A proposal to hike the minimum wage in Los Angeles to $15.25 per hour by 2019 would have more benefits than drawbacks, according to UC Berkeley report.
The company’s brand includes Nutella (first sold in 1964), Kinder, Tic Tacs, Mon Cheri and Kinder Eggs.
From Sonoma to Los Angeles, Leah Ferrazzani’s love of food grew while living up and down the California coast.
While there are some companies where the perks cap out at free coffee there are other places where workers are showered with luxuries: on-site massages, getaways, food stipends – the works.
Investigators Thursday were trying to determine the cause of a fire that gutted four businesses just east of downtown.
Extensive congestion at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach is causing major shipping delays, just in time for the holiday season.
A gunman shot and wounded two people at a Home Gardens business early Saturday, then fled.
“It’s the most beloved beverage on the planet,” says Hallie Beaune.
Thousands of hotel employees in Los Angeles will learn Wednesday whether or not they will receive an increase in wages, as the City Council considers a law that would require big hotels to pay all workers a minimum of $15.37 per hour.