The owners of a Tarzana furniture store that was allegedly robbed last week are asking for the public’s help in finding the culprit.
Randall Cook found a broken camera on a San Jacinto street and he believes the memory card inside contains some invaluable family photos. He’s looking for help finding the owner of the camera.
Those who find their muse through a lens deliver magnificent views of nature and life in far away places, offer commentary on what humanity has done – for good or bad – and are happy to share all findings with the world. Their work is often displayed at no cost to the viewer in the many galleries dedicated to that purpose in Los Angeles.
District officials sent a letter out on Friday informing parents of alleged misconduct by an unidentified substitute employee.
A Norwalk man has been identified as half of a duo responsible for stealing a video camera from a local church.
Police officers will no longer appear in court for red-light camera cases in the wake of a vote to stop collecting fines from violators.
Got a traffic ticket? Stuck with a red light camera citation? Sherman Ellison is here to help.
Police are trying to identify dozens of women who were photographed by a hidden camera in a Southern California Starbucks bathroom.
The Los Angeles Police Department is unveiling new surveillance cameras in the North Hills area.
A high-resolution 3-D camera that “Avatar” director James Cameron was helping to build for NASA’s next Mars rover won’t fly after all.
Police Saturday released a sketch of a man wanted for allegedly peeping on a 15-year-old girl while she dressed in South Pasadena.
Facial recognition for school kids? They plant their face on a sweaty chin bar, and a camera scans them, demands a PIN #, then lets them know if they have any “special messages.” Here’s a special message: they’re kids!
An audit by the Los Angeles city controller finds that red-light cameras haven’t shown to improve public safety.