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WeHo debuts weekend pedestrian zone on Robertson Blvd. to give local businesses a boost
In an effort to reinvigorate businesses in West Hollywood, the city has launched a pilot program that expands outdoor dining and shopping on the weekends.
Mother accused of fatally stabbing her 3 kids at Reseda apartment was involved in custody battle
As a stunned community mourns the loss of three children who were found stabbed to death at a Reseda apartment over the weekend, new details are emerging about the relationship between the kids' parents.
3 children, each under age 5, found stabbed to death in Reseda; mother arrested in Central California
A woman found her three young grandchildren fatally stabbed in a Reseda apartment, the Los Angeles Police Department said.
LA City Council calls on Gov. Newsom to close natural gas storage facility in Playa Del Rey
The L.A. City Council is calling on Gov. Newsom to shut down a natural gas storage facility in Playa Del Rey, which experts believe is at high risk for tsunamis and wildfires and poses a threat to residents.
Orange mass shooting: Man who lost 3 family members now focused on mother's recovery
A man who lost three family members in last week's mass shooting at an office complex in Orange says he is focused on his mother's recovery after she was left critically injured.
Koreatown residents escorted by volunteers to help keep them safe amid spike in anti-Asian attacks
A group of local volunteers is helping Koreatown residents by offering safety and companionship if they need to go out in public.
Suspects arrested in Christmas Day street racing crash in Carson that killed spectator
Multiple people have been arrested in connection with a street racing crash in Carson on Christmas Day that left one person dead.
'Stop Asian Hate' rallies held across SoCal and nationwide; demonstrators decry rise in violence
Demonstrators again held rallies in Southern California and nationwide to condemn the recent spike in hate crimes against people of Asian descent in the U.S.
Seal Beach police launch hate crime investigation after retirement community resident receives racist letter
Police in Seal Beach have launched a hate crime investigation into an anonymous racist letter that was sent to an Asian American resident of a local retirement community.
Teachers approve LAUSD reopening deal with strict protocols in place
Los Angeles Unified schools are closer to reopening after the teachers union approved a deal to resume in-person instruction.