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Actress Briefly Detained in Studio City, LAPD Investigating Its Conduct

Actress Briefly Detained in Studio City, LAPD Investigating Its Conduct

Daniele Watts said she and her husband, Brian James Lucas, were mistook by police for a prostitute and john after they showed public display

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Actress Briefly Detained in Studio City, LAPD Investigating Its Conduct

Actress Briefly Detained in Studio City, LAPD Investigating Its Conduct

Daniele Watts said she and her husband, Brian James Lucas, were mistook by police for a prostitute and john after they showed public display
What's leaking behind the Sportsmen's Lodge?

What's leaking behind the Sportsmen's Lodge?

What's spewing into the LA River from under the Sportsmen's Lodge Parking Lot? [OPINION]

City Pilots Program to Give Vandals Neighborhood Justice Instead of Jail

Starting in the Valley, a mediator and volunteer panel made up of people from the community will decide how the crimes should be addressed.
Bid to Split California into 6 States Fails to Qualify for Ballot

Bid to Split California into 6 States Fails to Qualify for Ballot

Venture capitalist Tim Draper isn't ready to give up, though.
Heat Wave Sends Temperatures 15-20 Degrees Above Normal

Heat Wave Sends Temperatures 15-20 Degrees Above Normal

Saturday will be worse and Sunday will be even worse than that.
UPDATED: Train Hits Pedestrian in Valley

UPDATED: Train Hits Pedestrian in Valley

The pedestrian did not survive. Police believe may be a suicide.
LAPD Rank-and-File at an Impasse with Management over Salary

LAPD Rank-and-File at an Impasse with Management over Salary

A union statement acknowledges the move is "highly unusual" but blames the city for a “lack of good faith bargaining.”
Poor Road Conditions Are Costing You

Poor Road Conditions Are Costing You

Poor road and bridge conditions in the state cost drivers a total of $44 billion a year across the state, but roadways in L.A. are the worst
California Economy: Steady but Unremarkable Growth in the Months Ahead, Forecast Says

California Economy: Steady but Unremarkable Growth in the Months Ahead, Forecast Says

The recovery is "painfully plodding," and the state is still performing below its potential in employment and output, according to UCLA.
It's Only Just Begun to Get Hot

It's Only Just Begun to Get Hot

More scorching weather is heading to the Southland this weekend, with triple-digit heat anticipated in some areas.
DWP Bringing Back Saturday Customer Service Hours for Next 4 Weeks

DWP Bringing Back Saturday Customer Service Hours for Next 4 Weeks

Customer service representatives will take payments, process service requests, answer billing questions and resolve any billing problems.
'Yes Means Yes' Bill Headed to Governor's Desk

'Yes Means Yes' Bill Headed to Governor's Desk

The governor has until Sept. 30 to veto the bill or sign it.
Fingerprint Analysis in LAPD Backlogged, Delaying Cases

Fingerprint Analysis in LAPD Backlogged, Delaying Cases

The backlog has more than doubled in the last two years. Victims of thousands of burglaries, thefts and other property crimes wait.
The Vampire State Building

The Vampire State Building

A tribute to 9/11 and New York City. The picture of lower Manhattan was captured on June 11, 2001
The 2nd Annual Lit Crawl L.A.: NoHo is Wednesday, October 22

The 2nd Annual Lit Crawl L.A.: NoHo is Wednesday, October 22

Lit Crawl L.A.: NoHo is Los Angeles’s literary feast offering a walkable menu of 30+ literary happenings in just one night.
2 L.A. City Councilmen Urge Feds to End Ban on Blood Donated by Men who Had Sex with Other Men

2 L.A. City Councilmen Urge Feds to End Ban on Blood Donated by Men who Had Sex with Other Men

The restriction was put in place in 1983 by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration when there was no way of testing for HIV in blood or plasm
DA Urges 180-Day Jail Term for Former Los Angeles City Councilman

DA Urges 180-Day Jail Term for Former Los Angeles City Councilman

Richard Alarcon is due back in court Wednesday.
Fire Department Giving Away Smoke Detectors, Did You Get Yours?

Fire Department Giving Away Smoke Detectors, Did You Get Yours?

Fire Chief Ralph Terrazas wants to educate more Angelenos about fire safety.
L.A. Zoo Hosts Hispanic Heritage Celebration This Month

L.A. Zoo Hosts Hispanic Heritage Celebration This Month

The event includes performances by Mariachi Divas and up-close “Animals and You” visits with Latin American animals, to name a few.
The New Sharing Concept

The New Sharing Concept

Society has changed again. Are you ready to share a ride, a room and a meal?