Police & Fire
The latest on local crime and public safety.
The cause of the fire was under investigation.
Lauren Guerra, hurt while touring Venice, says she was prompted to file a lawsuit by the recent death of a Manhattan Beach teen who was struck by a freeway overpass while standing on the upp
City Attorney Mike Feuer said the operation violates Proposition D, which limits the number of legal dispensaries allowed in Los Angeles.
Gale Harris, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, said he break measured six inches and caused 20 customers to lose water service.
The 16-year-old was knocked off the top level when the bus drove under an overpass.
The statistics, released today, show that overall, however, crime is down.
They will start to work even if a gunman has not been apprehended.
The shooting may have occurred at or near a medical marijuana dispensary.
The Stockton Police Department's status on Facebook is getting shared at a viral pace, and we're pretty sure civic mindedness has nothing to do with it.
It may be inert but appears to be some kind of military ordnance, an officer says.
Firefighters rescued one person.
The coroner's office says the man's death is due to 'natural causes.'
The injured man was taken to a hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening burns to his hands, arms, neck and head.
The man's fellow employees hid in an attic.
A judge ordered the government to pay their Venice-based attorneys $881K in legal fees.
One eastbound lane of the freeway has been closed.
He's accused of punching a man at a West Los Angeles restaurant in March.
The driver, described as a veteran employee of the Department of Beach and Harbors' beach maintenance division, did not see the woman, who had been lying face-down in the sand.
About 1,100 customers are left in the dark.
Daniel Christoph Yealu, 29, died shortly before 3 a.m. He had applied to join the LAPD in 2009, but was rejected.