A film shoot scheduled to roll out this weekend in Valley Village has triggered an outcry from residents in the predominately Jewish neighborhood because it falls on their faith’s holiest day of the year.
You may have heard of the Mac-O-licious food truck, well now the owners are opening a restaurant in Valley Village!
Southern California man has been sentenced to three years’ probation for a car wreck that led to the electrocution of two people who tried to help him.
Authorities pursued 41-year-old Nolan Perez along several Southland freeways for more than an hour before he fled on foot and allegedly broke into Cynthia Duvall’s home.
Police are investigating reports of Valley Village and North Hollywood residents receiving fliers with Nazi symbols.
Arman Samsonian will be sentenced to 70 days of community labor, probation, and a fine and will have to pay restitution.
Two people were found dead Monday following an apparent attack in Valley Village.
Van Nuys police suspect David Stevents would target elderly people at supermarket parking lots, accusing them of hitting his car and demanding a cash compensation.
The owners of a Valley Village jewelry store are picking up the pieces after three masked men violently attacked the family business, stealing nearly $1 million in merchandise.
Five people were hurt Tuesday after a vehicle crashed into a San Fernando Valley restaurant, according to reports.
A 20-year-old Glendale man pleaded not guilty Wednesday to two vehicular manslaughter charges in connection to an August 2012 crash in Valley Village that led to the electrocutions of two women who rushed to the scene to help.
A judge ordered a 20-year-old Glendale man to stand trial on vehicular manslaughter charges for an August 2012 crash in Valley Village that led to the electrocutions of two women who rushed to the scene to help.
The collision was reported at at 7:34 p.m. at 11000 Magnolia Boulevard., near Vineland Avenue, Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman Erik Scott said.
A state senator has proposed a bill that would keep the alcohol flowing at bars and clubs until 4 a.m.
A Glendale man pleaded not guilty Monday morning to charges stemming from the August electrocution deaths of two good Samaritans in Valley Village.