Police Investigating Possible Homicide Near GormanLos Angeles County Sheriff's Homicide detectives are investigating a death of a woman in the area near Gorman Post Road, just north of the 138 freeway.
Authorities Seek Thieves In String Of Beach Car Break-InsAuthorities say there are a few people suspected of breaking into and or stealing at least five cars in the Pacific Palisades area.
Missing 13-Year Old West Covina Girl Walks Into Police Station Safe, SoundPolice had asked the public to help them locate missing Natalie Ilene Alvarado.
Suspicious Package Closes Road Near Palm Springs AirportA suspicious package was found neat the Palm Springs International Airport, causing the closure of a nearby road
'Finding Dory' Soars For $41.9 Million At Weekend Box Office"Finding Dory" was alone at the top of the box office this weekend across North America.
Investigation Underway After Woman Drowns In Hawthorne JacuzziHawthorne Police are investigating the cause of a tragic death in which a woman in her 30's reportedly drowned in a Jacuzzi at a local apartment complex.
Watts Community Pool Reopens After Nearly A DecadeAfter nearly a decade, the pool at 109th street in Watts has finally reopened.
Protesters Step Up Campaign On Day That New State Vaccine Law Takes EffectFriday was the first day of the new law requiring all California kids to be vaccinated in order for them to be allowed to attend school.
Missing Mother Rescued In Remote Ravine After 2-Day SearchA missing mother has been found alive after disappearing two days ago.
Cooling Centers Across LA To Have Extended Hours For Weekend Heat WaveMayor Garcetti announced on Friday that several cooling centers across the Southland will have extended hours on Sunday and Monday in order to serve locals without air conditioning.
Mark Cuban Donates $1 Million In Order To Keep Dallas LGBT Community SafeMark Cuban has pledged to donate $1 million in order to fund the Dallas Police Department's presence in the city's most populous LGBT community.
Orlando Begins Grim Task Of Releasing Victims' IdentitiesThe city of Orlando has started the grim process of releasing the victims' names from the attack that left at least 50 dead.

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