Two Storms to Hit City In Contrast to Last Week’s Hot Spell

Two Storms to Hit City In Contrast to Last Week’s Hot Spell

In sharp contrast to last week's hot spell, two storms will strike the Southland this week, threatening high winds and minor mud and debris flows down slopes denuded in wildfires, ...

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Oscars Light Up the City

Oscars Light Up the City

Amidst the annual Oscar frenzy, Mercedes-Benz hosted their annual Awards Viewing Party in partnership with ICON MANN at the Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills Sunday. The a ...

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Hotel Cecil To Be Considered For Cultural Monument Status

Hotel Cecil To Be Considered For Cultural Monument Status

The Hotel Cecil in downtown Los Angeles -- with its ghastly reputation as the site of  murders, suicide and macabre mystery -- will be considered by a City Council committee Tuesd ...

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Los Angeles No Longer Without Completed Soil Survey

Los Angeles No Longer Without Completed Soil Survey

Los Angeles is no longer the largest city in the country without a completed soil survey, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Monday. The department has concluded an eigh ...

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Mother Shot by LAPD Suing the City

Mother Shot by LAPD Suing the City

The mother of an 18-year-old man shot and killed by Los Angeles police in August is suing the city. Prescious Sasser and the estate of her son, Kenney Watkins, brought the lawsuit ...

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Deadline for Los Angeles City Elections Has Passed

Deadline for Los Angeles City Elections Has Passed

Angelenos woke up Thursday with a better view of who may be leading them after the March 7 city election, as the deadline for candidates to file their nominating petitions and sup ...

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Malibu to Hold Holiday Open House at City Hall

Malibu to Hold Holiday Open House at City Hall

The City of Malibu invites all community members to join in the festivities for the annual Holiday Open House, Thursday, December 8, 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM at City Hall. Community mem ...

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Storm to Strike City This Weekend

Storm to Strike City This Weekend

A storm system out of the Gulf of Alaska will strike the Southland this weekend amid a sharp drop in temperatures, but its intensity is not yet certain, forecasters said Friday. T ...

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Members of LA Police Internal Affairs Sue City

Members of LA Police Internal Affairs Sue City

Six members of the Los Angeles Police Internal Affairs Group are suing the city, alleging they were wrongfully reprimanded because a deputy chief believed they would speak in supp ...

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LA City Council Considers Restrictions on People Living in Their Cars

LA City Council Considers Restrictions on People Living in Their Cars

The Los Angeles City Council will consider giving final approval Tuesday to restrictions against living in cars near homes, parks, schools and daycare facilities. Under the propos ...

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