West Hollywood To Close Robertson Blvd. To Cars On WeekendsIn an effort to make it easier for restaurants and stores to expand outdoor dining and attract more shoppers, the city of West Hollywood will begin implementing weekend shutdowns of one of its busiest thoroughfares.
Indoor Operations Resume At Businesses Across LAThe music was blasting as customers at Rocco’s Tavern enjoyed great company and food indoors for the first time in months.
Suspect In West Hollywood Sexual Assault Also Linked To LAPD CaseBryant Guerrero, 34, was identified by Los Angeles County sheriff’s detectives as the suspect in a Jan. 21 sexual assault. A 28-year-old woman reported that a man had broken into her home and sexually assaulted her.
West Hollywood’s Iconic Mel’s Drive-In Offering 40-Cent Burgers Friday For ReopeningMel’s West Hollywood location has been closed since mid-January.
3 Arrested In Fatal Beating Of Long Beach Man In West HollywoodThe Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said 23-year-old Neko Denson, 27-year-old Natali Gonzalez and 29-year-old Krissie Morales were taken into custody Monday afternoon on suspicion of murder.
Man Beaten To Death On West Hollywood Street, Suspects At LargeDeputies learned that some patrons from a nearby bar got into a fight outside the bar that may have involved the victim.
Glen 'Big Baby' Davis To Be Sentenced In 2018 West Hollywood Club AssaultRonald Glen Davis, 34, was sentenced to community service and ordered to pay restitution last year in connection with an April 8, 2018 incident outside a club on Robertson Boulevard in West Hollywood. Prosecutors say Davis threw a man into a wall during an altercation.
LA Comedian Loses $2,000 In West Hollywood Rental ScamVicki Eisenstein says she thought she was looking at a great West Hollywood apartment for a spectacular deal at $1,100 a month.
'These Votes Are In No Way Illegal': Local Biden Supporters Criticize Trump's Speech Calling It DivisiveAll eyes remained on the presidential election in West Hollywood Thursday night.
Southern California Cities Mark Halloween With Coronavirus RestrictionsSome of the biggest events in the Southland, like the annual Halloween Carnaval in West Hollywood, have been canceled due to coronavirus concerns but some cities are still planning to celebrate in their own ways.
No Massive Halloween Bash In West Hollywood This Year, City Begs Revelers To Stay HomeThe city issued a warning that it could put in a curfew if large crowds form on Saturday.