San Fernando Valley
A 72-year-old woman is filing a lawsuit against a hair salon in San Fernando Valley after she says she ate a cookie laced with marijuana from a tray the establishment left out for customers.
A Southland lawmaker and utility officials held a “water summit” Friday to encourage voters to approve a $7.5 billion bond measure on the ballot in November.
One person is dead and a teacher has reportedly been injured after shots were fired in San Fernando Tuesday afternoon.
A Los Angeles police detective Friday was sentenced for assaulting three female victims who worked at separate massage parlors in the San Fernando Valley while on duty.
Temperatures reached the triple digits in much of the San Fernando Valley and 92 in downtown Los Angeles on Thursday but forecasters predict slightly lower afternoon temperatures for Friday.
As Los Angeles’ commuter rail service and new subway system continue to expand, job opportunities are projected to skyrocket.
Police are investigating reports of Valley Village and North Hollywood residents receiving fliers with Nazi symbols.
Los Angeles City Councilman Bob Blumefield asked the public on Tuesday to keep an eye out for a 53-year-old Oxnard man, who was expected to meet a friend in Woodland Hills, but reportedly never arrived.
A Los Angeles City Council committee is seeking an ordinance that would prevent permits from being issued to strip clubs, liquor stores and adult businesses along three San Fernando Valley roads.
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.