2 Cases Of West Nile Virus Confirmed In LA CountyA San Fernando Valley resident and a resident in the southeast region of L.A. County are the first two confirmed cases this year.
San Fernando Valley Home Prices Hit All-Time HighSan Fernando Valley homes sold for record high prices in June. The median price of single family homes was $722,000 -- nearly $15,000 higher than the previous record of $708,000 set last year.
DUI Suspect Tosses Weapon During Wild Chase That Goes From Valley To AnaheimTwo passengers remained in the car and were also taken into custody, police said.
LAPD Searching For Suspect In Alleged San Fernando Valley Hate CrimePolice are asking for the public's help identifying a man who they say stopped a church service by performing Nazi salutes.
36 Members Of 2 Violent LA Gangs Swept Up In FBI-LAPD RaidAll of the gang members taken into custody Wednesday are scheduled to make their first court appearance this afternoon in United States District Court.
Police Investigate Turkish Flags At Armenian SchoolsTurkish flags were hung early Tuesday morning at two Armenian schools in the San Fernando Valley, prompting a police investigation.
Visibility Down To A Quarter Mile In Foggy San Fernando Valley, Inland EmpireThe National Weather Service says the dense fog advisory will be in effect until at least 9 a.m. throughout Woodland Hills, Northridge, Burbank and Universal City, with visibility down to a quarter mile or less.
Topanga Canyon Cut Off By Rock SlideLarge rocks, dirt and debris were likely loosened by last week’s big storm, CHP Officer Patrick Kimball said.
Elon Musk Tweets Underground Travel Tunnel Is Close To DebutFrom Hawthorne to the Valley in 15 minutes?
Police Arrest Speeding Driver In South LA After Wild On-Again Off-Again Chase Across CountyThe driver of the 2015 Honda Civic led police on a pursuit from the Porter Ranch area to Dodger Stadium, where authorities lost sight of the car. About 20 minutes later, police tracked the vehicle to South L.A.
LAPD Dedicates Task Force To Crack Down On Illegal Street Racing 'Sideshows'With crowds shutting down busy intersections to watch cars burn rubber on Los Angeles streets with what seems to be increasing frequency, the Los Angeles Police Dept. has decided to dedicate a team officers to crack down on these so-called "sideshows."
Police Hope Public Can Identify Serial Groper Before His Crimes EscalateThe LAPD says the suspect is brazen. He doesn't attempt to cover his face.
New Light Rail Line Approved For The San Fernando ValleyThe new line would run along Van Nuys Boulevard from the Van Nuys Metro Orange Line Station to the Sylmar/San Fernando Metrolink Station, linking several Valley transit arteries.
Businesses Concerned About Proposed Light Rail FacilityMost people would be happy to hear about a Metro light rail line coming to their community. But not everyone in a San Fernando Valley city is smiling about it. Lisa Sigell reports.
'It Just Hurts': Shop Owners Stressed After Spate Of Smash-And-Grab Burglaries"It makes you very angry that he's disrespecting somebody's property," shop owner Logan Ergas told CBS2 News.