Two 18-year-old male suspects have been arrested in connection with a ring of purse snatching incidents in Orange County.
A sheared fire hydrant dumped more than 100,000 gallons of water into a Ralphs supermarket in Castaic Thursday evening, according to authorities.
A man suspected of robbing banks in Glendora and Upland has been arrested in Illinois, the FBI announced Wednesday.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department will hold its annual “Gifts for Guns” program on Monday, Jan. 21.
A man was shot multiple times behind a grocery store in Woodland Hills Thursday afternoon.
A 26-year-old mother was arrested Monday after allegedly leaving her year-old daughter inside her car as she went grocery shopping in North Hollywood, where temperatures were above 100 degrees.
Southern California grocery employees have voted to ratify a new contract with supermarket chains, bringing an end to months of conflict and averting a strike that could have crippled the industry and left shoppers scrambling.
Southern California shoppers should soon learn whether their grocery aisles will remain open as another wave of supermarket employees votes on whether to accept a deal to stave off a strike.
Southern California grocery workers will vote on a new contract Friday. If it’s approved as expected, a crippling supermarket strike will be averted.
A tentative agreement between grocery store owners and workers was reached Monday, possibly averting a Southland supermarket strike, according to the employees’ union.
Grocery stores will remain open Monday, but a strike threat still looms as stores and workers negotiate a contract.
A union representing workers at three major grocery chains in Southern California is distributing picket signs as the clock ticks toward the end of a 3-day notice period required before calling a strike.
At least two Southern California supermarket chains are threatening to close some or all of their stores if union workers walk out this weekend.
Grocery workers upset with sluggish contract negotiations could strike as early as Sunday night.
Southern California grocery workers say they’re fed up with inaction in their eight-month contract negotiations and are moving closer to a strike.