For at least one day, a downtown Los Angeles courthouse may have been the top place in the city to spot a Hollywood celebrity.
Dating and love don’t have to cost a fortune, especially when Los Angeles has so many fun free things to do.
Authorities Sunday said a 30-year-old man was shot during a robbery allegedly set up by a woman he was involved with.
A 56-year-old Murrieta man has been accused of holding a woman against her will and then robbing her on their first date.
Looking for a cheap place to take a date? How about a cozy art studio close to the ocean?
Want to hit the town with your significant other for Valentine’s Day, but don’t want to spend a fortune?
Betty White wants to take you out to dinner – as long as it’s not a steakhouse.
Nadya “Octomom” Suleman is looking to make money in a new way, by auctioning off a date.
The first permanent manager of the city of Bell since Robert Rizzo was forced to resign two years ago will take over on Friday.
Going to the movies or picnicking in the park are safe bets for dating Angelenos. Doing something a bit more edgy, however, will probably have you talking about your date well into the future instead of forgetting it tomorrow. So feast your eyes on these five romantic rendezvous in the Southland that will satisfy even the most adventurous couple every time.
Police said Robert Aaron Stephens is suspected of sexually assaulting women at his residence after taking them out in Hollywood.
A preliminary hearing date for Louie Sanchez and Marvin Norwood is scheduled to be set Thursday. Sanchez, 29, and 30-year-old Norwood are accused of brutally attacking San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow at Dodger Stadium on March 31.
A Pacific Palisades man pleaded no contest Wednesday to sexually assaulting a woman he met through the website Match.com.
Ian Victor Kincheloe, of Laguna Hills, 25, reportedly arranged a meeting online with a 13-year-old girl at the Huntington Beach Pier.
Beverly Hills is launching the party of a century to mark 90210 day. Don’t get it? Well today is 9/02/10—a date matching the city’s famed zip code that only comes once every 100 years.