3-Car Crash Shears Hydrant, Geyser Floods Trader Joe's Store In Hancock ParkThe crash at the intersection of La Brea and Third streets happened at about 1:15 a.m. One car was found overturned up against the grocery store, as a sheared hydrant sent a geyser of water several stories high into the sky.
Home Invasion Robbery Suspects Arrested After Standoff In Mid-CityThe standoff was touched off in the 4900 block of Venice Boulevard after two armed men and a woman broke into the apartment at about 12:30 a.m. The residents were able to get out and called 911.
'You Do Not Have To Open The Door': Officials Advise Immigrants Of Rights Ahead Of Alleged ICE RaidsFederal officials have allegedly been told that they will begin arresting people Sunday but it’s not clear exactly where or how.
Downtown Stretch Of Expo Line, 2 Stations To Shut Down For 2 Months Of Summer Renovation WorkExpo Line trains bound for downtown Los Angeles will stop at the LATTC/Ortho Institute station starting Saturday, and passengers will have to use bus shuttles to continue on to the Pico and Seventh/Metro stations.
'RoadWayve' LED Display Promises To Communicate Drivers' Feelings On The RoadA new device called a RoadWayve promises to communicate your feelings as you drive, and is being touted as a way to prevent miscommunication.
LA Sheriff's Temple Station Hosts Taco Fundraiser For Fallen DeputyFor a suggested $10 donation, attendees can get a combination of Mexican food from Baja Cali Fish & Tacos.
Body Found In Lanes Of Northbound 101 Freeway In Cahuenga PassA grisly discovery in the Cahuenga Pass wreaked havoc on morning traffic out of Hollywood Wednesday.
Suspect Arrested In Vicious Attack On Senior Citizen In Downtown LAThe attack happened last Thursday at about 6:45 p.m. at 6th and Spring streets in downtown Los Angeles. Police say a 76-year-old man was sitting in a chair waiting for a ride when he was attacked.
Survey Finds Workers Feeling Burned Out By Long SoCal Commutes, High Cost Of LivingThe causes of the burnout are blamed on Southern California’s famously long commutes and the high cost of living, which forces workers to move even further from their jobs and contributes more to the long commutes – even for those who manage to use public transportation.
Bridge Connecting LAX's Biggest Parking Structures Demolished To Make Way For People MoverCrews began demolishing the bridge between parking structures 1 and 7 above Center Way at 1 a.m. Center Way between the structures will be closed through 1 p.m.
Mural Of Anthony Davis In Laker Purple And Gold Pops Up In Fairfax DistrictAnthony Davis’ trade to the Los Angeles Lakers had one local artist so excited, he stayed up all night to paint a mural welcoming the NBA star to the City of Angels.