Thousands Vote On Creation Of Little Bangladesh Neighborhood Council In KoreatownThousands gathered in Koreatown late into the night Tuesday to vote on whether to split the historic neighborhood in two, thereby giving Little Bangladesh its own neighborhood designation.
High School Grads Out Thousands After 'Senior Trip' Site Failed To Pay For Airline Tickets, Resort StayParent Iris Aguilar says she thought she did her due diligence researching reviews for the Senior Grad Trips website before she booked the trip to Cancun, Mexico. Now, her child and a handful of others are out thousands of dollars.
LAPD Fire Nonlethal Rounds To Disperse Crowds Gathered For Rapper XXXTentacion MemorialHundreds of young people gathered in the Fairfax District of Los Angeles Tuesday night to remember the rapper killed in an apparent robbery this week, prompting police to declare it an unlawful assembly.
After Initial 'Horryfying' Discovery, Family Adopts 'Falkor' The Bearded Dragon Who Fell Out Of Delivery BoxA photo of Falkor the bearded dragon shows the lizard taking in the warmth of a heat lamp on a herpetological hammock.
LA Sheriff's Deputy Relieved Of Duty For Alleged 6-Car DUI Crash After Being On The Job For 6 MonthsThe Los Angeles County Sheriff's Dept. confirmed Nicholas Smith, 24, of Palmdale was relieved of his duty as of 7:35 am Sunday. The agency said he had been with the department for six months.
Ex-DEA Agent: Opioid Crisis Fueled By Drug Industry And CongressWhistleblower Joe Rannazzisi says drug distributors pumped opioids into U.S. communities — knowing that people were dying — and says industry lobbyists and Congress derailed the DEA's efforts to stop it.