Five protesters were in custody Sunday for participating in demonstrations against police officers in the shooting deaths of black men.
Three women and a man were taken into custody for allegedly failing to disperse when ordered, according to Sgt. Chuck Slater of the LAPD’s Hollywood Station.
There were more protests against police brutality in Hollywood on Saturday night, including the Friday night shooting death of an assault suspect.
A police shooting is under scrutiny Saturday, a day after officers fatally shot a man they say was armed with a knife.
Several local businesses across Los Angeles are expected to participate in Small Business Saturday celebrations throughout the day.
Detectives sought the public’s help Friday in identifying a suspect accused of causing serious injuries to a victim during an assault in Hollywood.
Crews Tuesday continued to repair a broken water main at a major Hollywood intersection.
A host of streets are expected to close Sunday evening in preparation for next weekend’s 86th Academy Awards ceremony.
Fire crews Tuesday were battling a five-alarm fire at a vacant bowling alley in San Bernardino.
Demonstrators gathered in Hollywood Sunday to protest a possible military strike on Syria.
LAPD Commander Dennis Kato described Wednesday night’s riot as a “flashmob”.
Beginning April 18, the intersection of Highland Avenue and Selma Avenue in Hollywood will be officially known as Carol Burnett Square.
Los Angeles police need the public’s help to identify the burglars who stole a safe, which held about $10 million in personal property and cash, from a home in the Wilshire District.
A pedestrian was hit and killed early Monday morning on Highland Avenue.
A water main break closed down Highland Avenue Monday morning between Santa Monica Boulevard and Lexington Avenue.