Gunman killed during hostage rescue in downtown Los AngelesA Los Angeles police officer shot and killed a man Friday night who took a woman hostage in a high-rise building in Los Angeles. Joy Benedict reports.
Hostage stop and SWAT shootingLesley Marin reports from Downtown Los Angeles, where a robbery and shooting in the late afternoon hours of Friday escalated to a hostage situation.
Illegal bonfire in Boyle Heights Friday nightMore than 200 people are gathering for an illegal bonfire in Boyle Heights. LA City Fire believes it may be an illegal club.
Huntington Beach oil spill: pipeline may have been damaged for a yearThe Coast Guard says the pipeline may have been damaged as long as a year ago.
The LA County Vaccine Mandate enters into forceFriday is the first full day of the Los Angeles County Vaccine Mandate, where customers must show evidence of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test at select businesses, such as outdoor venues, bars, wineries and breweries. It writes Nicole Comstock.
Ports reopen in OC after oil spillFriday night, Dana Point Harbor and Newport Harbor reopened after the oil spill in Orange County. It writes Stacey Butler.
Armed stand-out outside the liquor store ends peacefullyAn armed stand-up outside a liquor store in Florence ends peacefully as the suspect is now in custody.
Hostage situation in Downtown LA ends, suspect shotHostage situation in Downtown Los Angeles ends after suspect is shot.
Robbery, shooting leads to LAPD standby with hostageThe Los Angeles Police Department investigated a shooting Friday afternoon on South Broadway and 7th Street downtown that began with a robbery.
Newport Beach, Dana Point Harbors; Laguna Beach’s Sand reopens but not the oceanMichele Gile reports from Orange County, where some beaches and ports are reopening after last week’s oil spill closed large parts of the coastline.
Cleaning up homeless camps that create confusion in some areasRick Montanez reports from Woodland Hills, where neighbors are worried about the return of a homeless camp that was cleared out just a week ago.
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LA County Sheriff’s Deputies on stand-off with suspect detained in Florence liquor storeAn armed man ran into a liquor store with an unknown number of people inside, leading to a resistance with the sheriff’s deputies in the Florence area near South Los Angeles.
George Floyd’s family members launch ‘Thank You’ Tour in Leimert ParkOn Friday, George Floyd’s uncle and other family members were in Los Angeles to begin their nationwide “Thank You Tour” tour of Leimert Park.
LAPD Investigates shooting in the centerPolice are investigating a shooting in downtown Los Angeles on South Broadway and 7th Street.
The concern continues in Carson over pungent odorThere is concern in the town of Carson about an odor that has been in the air for several days. Candice Crone reports.
LA County vaccine mandate in full effect for some companiesKristine Lazar reports from San Fernando, where the owner of a local brewery is set to check customers’ vaccination status in accordance with the new rules.
Companies pumped up for the Dodgers after the season as boys in blue are ready to grow the businessLocal businesses say what’s good for the Dodgers is also good for their business. It writes Rachel Kim.
County beaches in Laguna Beach reopenHowever, only the sand is open to the public again – the coastline and the water remain closed. Amy Johnson reports.
Fans can watch NLDS Game 1 at the Dodger Stadium Viewing PartyThe $ 70 ticket includes some concessions, parking and a sparkling souvenir. It writes Kara Finnstrom.
Class Action Suit filed after Rancho Cucamonga football coach arrested for hidden restroomOn Friday, a class action lawsuit was filed against a school district in Rancho Cucamonga – on behalf of potentially hundreds of victims – after a football coach was arrested back in August on charges of placing a hidden camera on the girl’s toilet in a high school. It writes Katie Johnston.
New California law makes it illegal to remove a condom during sex without consentCalifornia Governor Gavin Newsom on Thursday signed a bill making it illegal to remove a condom in secret during sex. It writes Katie Johnston.
Charges against owners of underground clubs, casinosCity Council Attorney Mike Feuer is cracking down on three underground clubs and casinos. It reports DeMarco Morgan.
Golden Globes is partnering with NAACP when it works for Rehab ImageIn an ongoing effort to repair its shattered image, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, the group taking on the Golden Globes, on Thursday announced a partnership with the NAACP.