Driver Killed In High-Speed Crash Into Hancock Park HomeStreet racing may be to blame after a driver was killed when a car slammed into a home in the Hancock Park neighborhood of Los Angeles late Thursday night, sparking a fire. Nicole Comstock reports.
Fire Crews Prepare As Hot Spell Expected To Bear Down On Southland Next WeekJust in time for the upcoming fire danger, three Chinook helitankers have arrived to help the firefighters of Orange, Los Angeles and Ventura counties. The tankers are the world's largest fire suppression choppers and can carry 3,000 gallons of fire retardant and can fly day or night.
Branden Lackie Charged With Murder In Connection With Fatal Simi Valley House FireDays after a Simi Valley home went up in flames, charges have been filed the homeowner's 29-year-old son on suspicion of arson and murder.
LASD's New Fire Cat Tool Can Douse Flames In Dangerous SituationsThe Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department is showing off its new life-saving tool - the Fire Cat.
Push To Get People Vaccinated Continues As Reopening NearsPeople across the Southland Friday were gearing up for the state's reopening in just a few days as health officials continued to push for people to get vaccinated.
Driver Killed After Careening Into Hancock Park Home, Sparking Fire; Street Racing May Be To BlamePolice say speeding was likely the cause of the destruction and are urging drivers to slow down. Rick Montanez reports.
Judge Blocks Placement Of Sexually Violent Predator Calvin Lynn Grassmier In La Crescenta HomeA judge Friday blocked the placement of a 66-year-old man designated a sexually violent predator in a La Crescenta neighborhood.
Former OC Police Chief Alan Hostetter, 5 Others Indicted On Charges Related To Capitol BreachSix California men, four of whom identify as members of the anti-government Three Percenters movement, have been charged with crimes related to the breach of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, the U.S. Department of Justice said.
As LA Reopens Questions RemainJoy Benedict reports from Toluca Lake on the many questions that employers, employees and customers have about the June 14 reopening of LA County, when most COVID-19 safety protocols will come to an end.
Authorities Search For Person Who Reportedly Fell Overboard Off Coast Of Long BeachAuthorities Thursday were searching for a person who reportedly fell overboard the Catalina Express off the coast of Long Beach.
Former Police Chief Alan Hostetter, 5 Other Men Indicted On Charges Related To Jan. 6 Capitol BreachSix California men, four of whom identify as members of the anti-government Three Percenters movement, have been charged with crimes related to the breach of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, the U.S. Department of Justice said.
Councilman Mike Bonin Proposes New $5 Million Plan Called Encampment To Home ProgramJoy Benedict reports live from Venice where the boardwalk homeless encampment currently has more than 100 tents, and interviews Councilman Bonin who Thursday made a new $5 million proposal to help get all of the unhoused people on boardwalk into appropriate housing.
Calif. Board Withdraws Controversial Workplace Ordinance Requiring Masks Unless Everyone Is Fully VaccinatedCalifornia’s workplace regulators have withdrawn a controversial pending mask regulation while they consider a rule that more closely aligns with Gov. Gavin Newsom’s promise that the state will fully reopen from the pandemic on Tuesday.
UTLA, LAUSD Reach Tentative Agreement For Full Return To Campus In FallUnited Teachers Los Angeles and the Los Angeles Unified School District Thursday reached a tentative agreement for a return to campus for the 2021-22 school year.
Former La Habra Police Chief Alan Hostetter, 5 Others Indicted In Connection With Capitol BreachSix California men, four of whom identify as members of the anti-government Three Percenters movement, have been charged with crimes related to the breach of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, the U.S. Department of Justice said.
California Appeals Judge’s Decision To Overturn 32-Year-Old Assault Weapons BanCalifornia Attorney General Rob Bonta announced Thursday that the state will appeal a recent ruling by a federal judge which overturned the state’s decades-long assault weapons ban.
Glendale Police Officers On Administrative Leave After Video Shows Them Beating 17-Year-OldKandiss Crone reports from Glendale where an investigation into the beating of a 17-year-old suspected of petty theft by four police officers in a Dick's Sporting Goods store was captured on video.
LA Councilman Joe Buscaino Seeks To Resume Ban On Sidewalk Encampments During DaytimeLos Angeles City Councilman Joe Buscaino Wednesday requested the city resume its ban on sidewalk encampments.
State Mask Guidelines To Ease On June 15Lesley Marin reports on state mask guidelines, which are set to change on June 15.
Mom Of 4, Spechelle Pope, And Soccer Coach Killed In Suspected Street Racing Crash Near Antelope Valley Mall In PalmdaleAuthorities are searching for a speeding driver who fled after causing a fiery hit-and-run wreck that killed two people near the Antelope Valley Mall in Palmdale in the early morning hours Wednesday.
Biden Administration Buys 500 Million Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Doses For Global UsePresident Biden is expected to announce the purchase Thursday in his remarks before the Group of Seven summit in Britain.
Mayor Garcetti Praises State Plan To Help HomelessnessMayor Garcetti praises a state plan that would help cities around California cope with the growing crisis of homelessness.
Asiel Norton Charged After Allegedly Attempting To Break Into Cockpit Of Delta Flight Out Of LAXFederal charges have been filed against a California man accused of trying to break into the cockpit of a flight from Los Angeles International Airport.
Investigators: Fire That Destroyed Pasadena Home, 6 Cars Started By FireworksThe Pasadena Fire Department Wednesday warned people on social media of the danger posed by illegal fireworks.