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3 hrs ago | NBC Los Angeles

Police Seek Help Identifying Severely Burned Body

A woman who found a man's burning body possibly dressed in female clothing in a yard blaze near a boarded up apartment building fears he was the victim of a hate crime. Patrick Healy reports for NBC4 News at 6 p.m. from the Harvard Heights neighborhood Monday, Sept.


7 hrs ago | LA Daily News

Man shot in the hip during home invasion robbery in Van Nuys

A man was hospitalized with a gunshot wound to the hip today after he was shot by a homeowner in Van Nuys during an abortive home invasion robbery, police said. The break-in occurred in the 6200 block of Matilija Avenue around 11:10 p.m. Monday, said Los Angeles police Sgt.


8 hrs ago | laist.com | topmod12

Woman Flips Out In Walmart Parking Lot After Finding Body Of Neighbor In Her Trunk

A woman opened her trunk at a Wal-Mart only to find a decomposing body of a man she knew. The woman made a disturbing discovery on Saturday.


8 hrs ago | www.losangelesregister.com | topmod12

Los Angeles schools cancel outdoor athletics during heat

Because of a heat advisory issued by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Heath, the Los Angeles Unified School District canceled all outdoor athletic events and practices for Monday and Tuesday. The advisory was extended to Wednesday just before noon Monday, but LAUSD spokeswoman Monica Carazo said the district hasn't canceled outdoor events Wednesday, but would likely reevaluate the issue Tuesday.


11 hrs ago | Examiner.com

Six Best Places to Eat in Los Angeles for Every Taste

There is something for everyone in LA, especially when it comes to dining. Whatever your culinary proclivities, there is a restaurant to satisfy you.


Mon Sep 15, 2014


Op-ed: Why We Continue to AIDS Walk

Thirty years ago, being gay or even just perceived so posed challenges of bigotry far beyond what most LGBT people experience in our country today. Being gay wasn't easy back then.


LA Daily News

Los Angeles City Attorney files criminal charges against party bus rental company

The owner of a party bus rental company is facing criminal counts for maintenance failures investigated when a 24-year-old passenger fell out of a bus door onto a freeway and died, Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer announced today.With the increased popularity of party buses, it is more important than ever that they comply with safety and maintenance laws, Feuer said.


Christian Science Monitor

State Sen. Rod Wright resigns over perjury conviction

State Sen. Rod Wright submitted his resignation Monday after he was sentenced last week to three months in jail for lying about where he lived when he ran for office. Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg accepted Wright's one-sentence letter, which stated his resignation is effective Sept.


Hollywood Reporter

Man Jumps to Death From Roof of Standard Hotel in Downtown L.A.

The 24-hour party vibe of the Standard Hotel in downtown Los Angeles ground to a halt Monday afternoon when a man leaped 12 floors to his death from the hotel's rooftop lounge. The incident occurred as guests crowded the rooftop pool, seeking to cool off during a mid-September heat wave in which temperatures hit the mid-90s.


www.laweekly.com | topmod12

Healing Coffee Roasters: The Coffeehouse That'll Make You Quit Starbucks

With Healing Coffee Roasters, Miran Oh has added hyper-locally roasted specialty coffee to the menu of java options, caffeinating the edges of the Mid-Wilshire area that sees two Starbucks locations within miles of each other.


www.lamag.com | topmod12

Let's Make it Rain, L.A. Style - Los Angeles Magazine

After sampling the better part of Los Angeles's 20,000 or so bistros, gastropubs, and grand halls of fine dining, the only thing swelling more than our bellies is our pride. This is one tasty town.



Grass Fire in Tarzana Threatens a Structure

A one-acre grass fire briefly threatened a structure at 4619 Conchita Way in Tarzana, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department. A tweet from the department said some power lines were down, possibly the result of falling branches.


Los Angeles Times

L.A.'s rush-hour construction ban is costing taxpayers millions

Soon after taking office in 2005, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa signed an executive order banning construction by "any city department or agency on major roads" during the morning and evening rush hour. It was a popular move, intended to reduce traffic delays and "improve our regional economy, our quality of life and the air we breathe," as Villaraigosa said in issuing the order.


Sun Sep 14, 2014


Ezell Ford: Unarmed Black Man Shot And Killed By LAPD

Ezell Ford , 24, died Tuesday after being shot by Los Angeles police during an encounter Monday night in South LA. The incident began at 8:12 p.m. Monday when officers responded to a report of a shooting at the intersection of West 65th Street and South Broadway , said Lt.



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