A battery and vandalism case against a former San Fernando City Councilwoman was dismissed Wednesday after another former council member failed to show up in court.
Authorities on Saturday continued to search for the person responsible in the fatal stabbing of a 27-year-old man in San Fernando.
The 21-year-old Valencia man who allegedly wrote on a website posting that he would “not mind murdering children” posted $100,000 bail Thursday and was released from jail.
Two children were critically injured Friday evening after they were struck by a car in San Fernando.
City officials and community members held a news conference Monday morning protesting the closure of a local J.C. Penney store.
Police Friday chased a reckless driving suspect through Arleta and Panorama City.
An arraignment was postponed Thursday for a San Fernando city councilwoman who is accused of attacking her former lover and fellow councilmember.
Amid distractions of infidelity, firings, assault charges, recall efforts and restraining orders, it now appears that battling council members Mario Hernandez and Maribel De La Torre — one time lovers — may be trying to put the messy scandal behind them.
The political future of San Fernando City Councilmember Maribel De La Torre, already under fire from a local recall campaign, just got more complicated.
San Fernando City Councilman Mario Hernandez resigned from office just hours before Tuesday night’s meeting, according to the San Fernando Sun.
The city of San Fernando is reeling from a scandal involving two City Council members who reportedly carried on an extra-marital affair, then had a fight and dual restraining orders against the other.
Police say a Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputy was arrested early Thursday after he was found in a parked car with a 15-year-old girl at 2 a.m.
The accident happened just after 8 a.m. at the Brand Boulevard crossing in San Fernando, according to Metrolink officials.
A Chatsworth man has been charged with murder for allegedly beating his 78-year-old father to death with a hammer.
The mayor of San Fernando still had a job on Tuesday after a city council effort to remove him failed to pass.