A young author has created a sensation with a book about One Direction singer Harry Styles – and Hollywood wants a piece of it.
After a clip was uploaded to Sam Pepper’s channel last week, showing him asking women for directions and then grabbing their behinds, some say the YouTuber has gone too far.
KCAL9’s Crystal Cruz reports it’s been a year-and-a-half since Anthony Tummarello has seen his toddler, Anthony Jr.
Raeleen Whitt, 24, has acute lymphoblastic leukemia, or ALL, otherwise known as cancer of the bloodstream. After fighting of the disease twice before, in May, tests revealed the cancer was back.
Speaking out for the first time on the case Tuesday in downtown L.A., Beck backed officers.
Bobby Shriver and Sheila Kuehl took part in the first debate in the 3rd District race in Westwood, where transportation and economic development were the main issues at hand.
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Police responded to a report of shots fired at 100 Eagle Street Monday evening.
Volunteers from the Bichon Rescue Brigade picked up Maverick from an Orange County shelter when he was scheduled to be put down after a July 3 collision left him with multiple fractures.
Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg accepted Wright’s one-sentence letter, which stated his resignation is effective Sept. 22. Jennifer Hanson, a spokeswoman for Wright, confirmed the senator submitted his resignation letter.
The city council Tuesday night voted unanimously in support of the $1.1 million investment, manning the department with 250 body cameras. KCAL9’s Stacey Butler reports.
Suspects are seen knocking the door of one residence to make sure no one is home before breaking in, and can be heard talking about what to take and telling each other to hurry up.
A liquor store clerk was shot twice during a robbery Tuesday night in Sylmar.
The Orange County district attorney’s office announced the settlement Tuesday. The worker’s daughter will receive $150,000 of the money – the rest covers civil penalties and the cost of the accident’s investigation.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said Tuesday the money is needed to make emergency repairs to breaches and near-breaches damaged by Hurricane Marie.