Henry's Tacos cook loses wife and child in fire, friends come to help him
Tragedy struck the family of longtime Studio City cook Oscar Reyes at Henry's Tacos, and the community is coming together to try to help him.
NBC Los Angeles
Thousands Still Without Power
Thousands of customers were still without power early Saturday morning as a strong winter storm system slammed Southern California Friday.
LA Daily News
Jury awards $770,000 in damages after county road crew causes two-motorcycle accident
A Burbank jury on Thursday held Los Angeles County liable for almost $770,000, blaming one of its road crews for causing a head-on collision between two motorcycles that left an elderly man with spinal fractures.
LAPD Marks 'Day Without Crime' In San Fernando Valley
Officials from the LAPD Foothill Division recorded zero crimes over a 24-hour period on Feb. 13 across a 50-square-mile area of the San Fernando Valley, authorities said Friday.
San Bernardino County Sun
14 reservoirs in Southern California near record lows
Urban hillsides retain a summer pallor. Eucalyptus trees are turning brown. Rings around Southern California reservoirs are signs of a water supply that's dropping fast.
Mayor Garcetti Discusses Drought, Importance Of Water Conservation
"California and Los Angeles are in the midst of one of the worst droughts of our lifetime," Garcetti said.
Morning Buzz: Wednesday 2.12.14
California's drought is becoming a hot issue on Capitol Hill, where bills from Senate Democrats and House Republicans offer rival solutions on how to best aid water-starved farmers.