Popular Fairfax Deli Gets ‘C’ Grade From Health InspectorsCanter’s Deli was closed for three days following the inspection.
Power Restored After Outage In Fairfax DistrictCrews Friday restored power to the Fairfax District, where residents were in the dark for hours.
Police Release Sketch In Search For Sexual Assault Suspect In Fairfax DistrictA LAPD spokesperson says a man broke into an apartment on North Ogden Drive around 11:50 p.m., tied the hands of the two young women inside and sexually assaulted them.
74-Year-Old Rabbi Attacked While Walking In Fairfax DistrictA 74-year-old rabbi was attacked as he walked to morning prayers, and police are asking for help Tuesday to find the man behind the attack.
Melrose Shoe Store Damaged By Early Morning FireFire ripped through an LA shoe landmark in the Fairfax District early Thursday morning.
Crews Work To Repair Water Main Break In Fairfax DistrictAccording to Los Angeles Department of Water and Power crews, a pipe ruptured shortly after 3:00 a.m. in the area of Fairfax and Melrose avenues.
Caught On Video: Burglars Break In To Fairfax-Area Restaurant For Checks, CashPolice asked for the public’s help Thursday in the search for two burglars who broke into a Fairfax district restaurant and stole about $1,200 in personal checks and cash from a register.
Former Tenants Sue Landlord They Claim Kicked Them To The Curb To Profit From Pricey Airbnb"We were fantastic tenants," says Nina Giovannitti.
Cake Monkey Bakery To Sell Delicious Treats From Storefront In Fairfax DistrictBelkind and Olin originally opened their sweets shop eight years ago.
U2's Bono Tips 80-Year-Old Deli Waitress $150 After ConcertA server at Fairfax's Canter's Deli was unaware she was waiting on one of the biggest rock stars in the world, but her experience with U2's Bono made her a fan for life.
1 Firefighter Injured In Restaurant Fire In Fairfax DistrictOne firefighter was injured Friday while fighting a fire in the Fairfax District.
Streets Closed As Thousands Join 'Millions March' Near The GroveAs many as 20,000 demonstrators were expected to participate in a "Millions March for First Amendment Rights," in what social media posts declared a peaceful protest against alleged police brutality in L.A., Ferguson and New York. It was one of several marches to take place Saturday in major American cities.