San Fernando Valley
A San Fernando Valley neighborhood is on the lookout after several residents were targeted recently in a string of burglaries.
Over the years, the San Fernando Valley has scored a few of its own great restaurants and cafes that keep neighborhood dwellers happy and satisfied.
The letters are addressed to so-called “multiple arrestees,” described as someone living in the LAPD’s Mission Station area who was arrested more than once last year.
Property crimes in the north San Fernando Valley have dropped dramatically since the start of the new year, police said Monday.
The Los Angeles Police Department is celebrating what officials say could be its first-ever “day without (reported) crime.”
Joe Kirk, President of Save Our Sylmar Independent Baseball League, has watched a once-thriving children’s baseball league deteriorate into despair — and he’s seen quite enough.
A suspected scam artist has pleaded not guilty to staging traffic collisions and demanding thousands of dollars in compensation from elderly victims.
While working a homicide crime scene in Valley Glen, a deputy squad car was struck by a suspected drunken driver.
The victim — whose name and age were withheld — was found in his truck.
A boom in X-rated production in Sin City is sparked by a Los Angeles law requiring male actors to wear condoms.
Heroin use across the Valley – which is currently home to some 1.8 million people – has seen an “astronomical rise” over the last decade, according the nonprofit BILY.
Susan Shelley, a Republican who narrowly lost a special election for an Assembly seat in a San Fernando Valley-based district last month, is seeking a recount.
Democrat Matt Dababneh of Encino and Republican Susan Shelley of Woodland Hills were locked in a tight race Tuesday night in a special election for a state Assembly seat.
A San Fernando Valley woman has become the first person in Los Angeles County to die from influenza-related complications this season.
Four blighted schools in the San Fernando Valley could be getting makeovers if Los Angeles Unified school officials have their way