Any customer who buys another person a beverage at Starbucks Wednesday through Friday will be given a free tall brewed coffee in return.
Amid an ongoing debate regarding guns in America, Starbucks has asked customers not to bring weapons into its stores.
Two Good Samaritans helped authorities nab a convicted sex offender after he allegedly tried to kidnap a woman at gunpoint outside of a popular coffee shop in Alhambra.
A man was killed and two were wounded in a shooting near a Starbucks in San Pedro Thursday night.
An Orange County doctor has agreed to plead guilty to charges of illegally prescribing drugs to his patients at nightly meetings in Starbucks stores.
Police said Wednesday evening that a 10-year-old girl who went missing in the predawn hours from her Northridge home was kidnapped by two men.
A 67-year-old former Marine in Belmont Shore is being hailed as a hero for rescuing a woman with a cane from a teen robbery suspect.
Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a suspect dubbed the “Job App Bandit” who has robbed at least nine businesses across the San Fernando Valley and beyond.
Downtown Los Angeles recently welcomed a Grand new park…Grand Park which stretches from The Music Center to City Hall East. Whether you are in the area for work or play, or if you are a […]
A brown bear was hit by a car Sunday morning in La Canada Flintridge and apparently suffered a leg injury.
Starbucks is about to perk up “the happiest place on earth.” The Seattle-based coffee chain on Monday is announcing a partnership to open a store inside each of the six Disney properties in California and Florida.
The DMV has allegedly revoked the driver’s license of an L.A. County Sheriff’s deputy who caused a deadly crash when he blacked out at the wheel, authorities reported.
The first Starbucks to sell alcohol in California will be at location that is already open for business at 26531 Agoura Road.
A candlelight vigil was held Friday in Fillmore for an Iraqi war veteran who was killed while sitting in a Starbucks.
President Barack Obama Tuesday praised a sweetener developed by a Los Angeles high school student, saying it could be used by Starbucks.