A $75 payout on a $75,000 “winning” lottery ticket was due to a misunderstanding and not fraud, California Lottery officials said Thursday.
Palmdale is changing its voting system to settle a lawsuit that claimed its at-large method discriminated against black and Hispanic voters.
Surveillance video shows a decoy “winning” lottery ticket for $75,000 was paid out for just $75 at a Chevron store, where the California Lottery conducted an undercover investigation March 25. The store manager speaks with CBS2/KCAL9.
Prosecutors are seeking to revoke the release of a serial rapist whose residence in a rural neighborhood has upset a remote Southern California desert community.
A judge on Friday approved a hearing for later this month to determine if Hubbart — currently living in a private home in Lake Los Angeles — should go back to a state mental hospital.
At the request of Los Angeles County prosecutors, a Santa Clara County judge agreed Friday to consider revoking the release of a serial rapist who has been living in an unincorporated area near Palmdale since last summer.
A widespread freeze warning is in the forecast for the high desert Antelope Valley north of Los Angeles.
Investigators said among the unsanitary conditions, they found nearly 20 injured and malnourished pit bulls, several coops filled with dead and decomposing pigeons, two containers of dead mice and a dead puppy in a trash can.
When doctors said there were no more treatments to try Patricia was allowed to be in public for the first time in a while. Her mom planned a special shopping spree, starting with a manicure at the mall.
A pregnant woman was cited on Saturday for leading officers on a short pursuit.
Detectives continued their investigation Sunday into the circumstances surrounding the stabbing death of a 36-year-old man in Palmdale.
Deputies sought the public’s help on Friday in locating a 28-year-old man accused of abducting his 3-month-old infant in Palmdale.
A 3-year-old Antelope Valley boy was shot while sleeping, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said Monday.
Police were called to the location around 9:50 p.m.
Several teenagers, who used white bandanas to conceal their identities, spray-painted more than three dozen locations at Palmdale High School with graffiti late Saturday night, authorities said.