The mobile app, named “The Works,” was expanded Tuesday to connect users to the departments of Parks and Recreation, Public Health, and Regional Planning.
An 18-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly spray painting hate messages in Burbank.
Authorities say they’ve arrested three men in connection with various crimes targeting a Huntington Park high school.
Authorities Monday sought the public’s help to find the suspect or suspects who spray-painted swastikas and other graffiti on a massage shop.
A 63-year-old Good Samaritan who was attacked by taggers was denied assistance from a victim compensation fund.
On the 101 North, artist William F. Herron III is digging up artist John Wehrle’s 1984 mural, “Galileo, Jupiter, Apollo”.
A Temecula high school janitor was able to fight off two attackers earlier this week with the help of a bottle of graffiti cleaner.
A graffiti artist, who allegedly tagged a police car during the riot in Huntington Beach last month, clicked the “like” button on the police department’s Facebook page, triggering his arrest, police said Sunday.
Investigators Question Varsity Basketball Team In Connection To Racist Graffiti At Agoura High School
Detectives confirmed Friday that the boys’ varsity basketball team was questioned in connection to racist graffiti targeting black students at Agoura High School.
Some students skipped classes Thursday morning after racially charged graffiti targeting African Americans was discovered on the walls of Agoura High School.
Racist graffiti targeting African American students was discovered on walls at Agoura High School over the past few days.
Vandals spray-painted racist sayings and anti-Semitic symbols all over numerous HOA complex structures in an upscale Valencia neighborhood over Mother’s Day weekend.
Dozens of Chris Brown’s neighbors are less than thrilled about “monster graffiti” on the singer’s Hollywood Hills home.
Acts of graffiti have become so pervasive at Joshua Tree National Park’s most popular hiking spots that officials have had to close them to the public, and they blame the big bump in vandalism on social media.
A 23-year-old Ventura County resident is in jail Tuesday after he admitted to vandalizing a local elementary school.