Obama arrived at Los Angeles International Airport Thursday afternoon aboard Air Force One for a visit that will last less than 24 hours.
She walks in to restaurants, reaches in to the spoils of their tip jars and bolts with their hard-earned cash. Westside police are calling her the “Tip Jar Bandit” and they’re warning eateries to be on the lookout.
Metro will begin service Monday of a new bus service from the San Fernando Valley to the Westside.
Authorities say a man has been burglarizing several high-end properties during open houses, and the crimes were caught on tape.
Actress Gwyneth Paltrow Thursday hosted a Democratic fundraiser where President Obama was the star attraction.
There’s a serial bank robber on the loose and lawmakers are now offering a little incentive to aid in her capture.
The stabbing occurred in the 1600 block of Pacific Avenue at approximately 8:30 p.m., LAPD officer Sara Faden told City News Service.
The five-week planned daytime closure of Coldwater Canyon Avenue for construction has begun.
Officials say construction crews have completed work on the 405 Freeway ahead of schedule and have reopened all northbound lanes through the Sepulveda Pass.
Business owners along the Santa Monica Pier are urging the City Council to determine a start date for a yearlong replacement project.
After 53 years in business, Junior’s Restaurant will close its doors on Dec. 31 at 5 p.m. due to a rent dispute.
A minor earthquake woke up some Westside residents a little early on Thursday.
City and county officials spoke out on Monday against a group of homeowners who want to stop all construction on the Expo Line project.
Los Angeles City Councilman Bill Rosendahl said Monday he will not run for re-election in March.
Mulholland Drive on the Westside remained closed on Sunday as crews prepare for “Carmageddon II.”