Tesla founder Elon Musk says it’s being developed with the help of about 25 UCLA graduate architecture students at a facility in Playa Vista.
The incident occurred at Pacific Coast Highway and Vincent Street, near Redondo Union High School, around 8:40 p.m.
Officers attempted to stop a stolen vehicle around 3 p.m. Wednesday when the suspects fled, eventually crashing at Charlesville Boulevard and Roxbury Drive, according to a Beverly Hills Police Department spokesperson.
Uber’s head of global safety wrote in a blog post Wednesday that in 2015 the company will “build new safety programs and intensify others.”
It reads: “My daughter got pregnant at Norte Vista High School.” And the phrase is getting loads of attention on and offline.
The Los Angeles-based company’s board voted to oust Charney as CEO in June, citing allegations of misconduct. He was put under suspension, but still served as a consultant to the company.
The rejection of a child sexual abuse charge by prosecutors came roughly 10 days after the woman, Judy Huth, met with Los Angeles police detectives for 90 minutes.
The City of Los Angeles Tuesday was being sued in federal court by two hotel industry groups challenging the recent passage of a $15.37 per hour minimum wage for employees.
It has been an emotional roller coaster for Stephanie and Daniel Whitehead, who found out their son, Colin, was born with Stickler syndrome, a genetic condition which causes impaired hearing.
Ashlee Armond, 20, drowned when she accidentally drove her car through a chain-link fence and crashed into the Los Cerritos channel near 5th Street and Silvera Friday night.
Southern California residents were bracing for another storm Monday night, with police warning drivers to be careful on the road.
A lawyer for a woman who says Bill Cosby sexually abused her when she was 15 stated in a recent court filing that he has interviewed two witnesses who corroborate her story.
At a news conference, LAPD Chief Charlie Beck and Mayor Eric Garcetti reiterate a promise they’ve been making since last month to release the autopsy in the police shooting death of Ezell Ford.
The court’s decree Monday will help settle federal and state disputes and prevent future litigation over oil, gas and other mineral leases.
For millions of Angelenos, the politician believes it could be the difference between life and death when “the big one” hits.