Search for Rampart Bodies in Mexico Slows

City Council To Debate Plan To Assign Cleanliness Ratings To LA Streets

How dirty is the city of Los Angeles?


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Officials To Ban Bulky Item Dumping At LA City Parks

City officials are looking at ways to clean up what they say is a messy situation at parks across Los Angeles.


(credit: L.A. City Attorney's Office)

City Attorney Launches Crackdown On Illegal Dumping Along LA River

City officials Thursday unveiled a new effort to curb illegal dumping along the Los Angeles River.


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Sun Valley Hospital To Pay $500K For Dumping Mentally-Disabled Homeless Person On Skid Row

A Sun Valley hospital accused of improperly discharging and transporting a homeless patient to Skid Row has agreed to pay $500,000 and adopt new patient discharge policies, city prosecutors announced Thursday.


(Credit: AP Photo/Jacqueline Larma)

Rite Aid Corp. Ordered To Pay $12.3M For Dumping Hazardous Waste In Local Landfills

A judge has ordered Rite Aid Corporation to pay more than $12.3 million stemming from a civil lawsuit alleging some 600 California stores dumped hazardous waste in local landfills.

CBS Los Angeles–09/24/2013

(courtesy City Attorney's Office)

Video Surveillance Catches Illegal Dumping Suspects

Two men faced misdemeanor charges Tuesday after they were caught on video illegally dumping waste in El Sereno, city officials said.


Some of the illegally dumped bags of soiled adult diapers. (credit: Corona Del Mar Today)

Dirty Adult Diapers Dumped More Than 50 Times In Several OC Cities

Officials say there have been more than 50 incidents where used adult diapers have been dumped illegally in Newport Beach and Laguna Beach since January.

CBS Los Angeles–09/05/2012

Former Hospital Owner Will Pay $125K To Settle Patient Dumping Suit

The former owner of an Inglewood hospital will pay $125,000 to settle a lawsuit that claimed it dumped a homeless woman at a shelter.


Judge: Target Stores Must Halt Hazardous Waste Dumping

The retail giant has been ordered to stop throwing away hazardous items like bleach, pesticides, and aerosols directly into trash containers.

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO–09/28/2010