Officers from the California Highway Patrol Friday rescued a woman from a burning home in Encino.
Private funeral services were being planned Friday for radio and television voiceover personality Gary Owens, best known for holding his hand to his ear while serving as the announcer on “Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In.”
A man who was arrested last year for trying to sell valuable artwork that had been stolen from a home in Encino pleaded no contest Friday to receiving stolen property.
Police say a man was apparently impaired when he led officers on a slow speed, meandering pursuit in the Encino area Wednesday morning.
The northbound 405 Freeway preceding the 101 Freeway interchange will be closed late Saturday and slated to reopen early Sunday, according to Caltrans.
A $25,000 reward was offered Friday to help flush the suspects involved in the theft of a dozen paintings – nine of which have since been recovered – stolen six years ago in one of the largest art heists in Los Angeles history.
The victim is now comatose and has paralysis, officials said.
Authorities say there has been a spike in the number of mosquitos testing positive for West Nile Virus in the San Fernando Valley.
Crews Friday were cleaning up another water main break in the San Fernando Valley.
A water main broke late Monday morning, causing a large sinkhole in a San Fernando Valley street.
The cause of an apartment fire that killed a 98-year-old woman and her 74-year-old son remained under investigation Friday.
Two people have died and several others were treated for minor injuries as crews Thursday battled a fire a corner unit of a three-story apartment building.
A Los Angeles Department of Water and Power worker was shocked while working on a power line in Encino Thursday.
CAL OSHA is investigating the accident.
One person was being assessed Monday after a vehicle crashed into a parking structure in Encino.