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  • Injured man's brother suspected of DUI

    A 22-year-old Glendale man is facing a felony DUI charge after allegedly accelerating a car while his brother was sitting in its open trunk, throwing him from the vehicle and seriously injuring him, police said. Officers responded to Dorothy Drive and...
  • Glendale man allegedly stabbed by son

    A Glendale man is in stable condition after allegedly being stabbed by his son early Friday morning. At about 1 a.m., Glendale Police responded to a report of a stabbing at an apartment on the 1300 block of N. Louise Street. Details on the man's...
  • Police identify man suspected of stabbing father

    A Glendale man arrested for allegedly injuring his father in a stabbing at their family home last week was identified by police Monday as 28-year-old Nicholas Rowe. Police received the call at 11 p.m. July 3 about a suspected knife attack at 1100 N....
  • Woman punched by CHP officer files lawsuit alleging excessive force

    The woman punched by a California Highway Patrol officer earlier this month along the 10 Freeway has filed a civil rights lawsuit against the officer and head of the agency, her attorneys announced Thursday. The suit, filed Thursday in federal court,...
  • Suspects escape Atwater Village shooting down L.A. River bed

    Suspects escape Atwater Village shooting down L.A. River bed
    Two men were wounded, one seriously, in a shooting in Atwater Village on Saturday evening, police said. One victim was shot in the abdomen about 6:35 p.m. in the 2900 block of Ingledale Terrace off Glendale Boulevard, police Sgt. Wayne Guillary of the...
  • L.A. County supervisorial candidates lay out visions for healthcare

     L.A. County supervisorial candidates lay out visions for healthcare
    The most prominent candidates to fill seats this fall on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors have very personal reasons to be interested in healthcare. One is an HIV-positive West Hollywood city councilman. Another left the Obama...
  • L.A.-area healthcare providers to issue guidelines for end-of-life care

    L.A.-area healthcare providers to issue guidelines for end-of-life care
    Sam Sale knew his time had come. Hospitalized repeatedly since suffering a severe blood infection in November, the 93-year-old was done with all the poking and prodding. His doctors at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center thought he might have suffered a minor...
  • Man who leads LAPD on pursuit is rescued when car overturns

    Man who leads LAPD on pursuit is rescued when car overturns
    Firefighters extracted a man from an overturned car Friday morning after a police chase came to an end in Boyle Heights, authorities said. Police received a call of a stolen vehicle at 4:15 a.m., Los Angeles police Lt. Carlos Solano told KTLA-TV. A...
  • Woman accused of killing 3 daughters could face death penalty

    Murder charges filed against a West Carson mother accused of killing her three young daughters carries a special allegation that could bring the death penalty, prosecutors said. But the Los Angeles County district attorney's office said Friday it...
  • Glendale man struck, killed by vehicle; third pedestrian fatality this year

    Glendale man struck, killed by vehicle; third pedestrian fatality this year
    A 67-year-old Glendale man was fatally struck by a vehicle Wednesday night, the third collision this year where an elderly pedestrian was killed, police said. At 8:30 p.m., Arutyun Basmadzhyan, was hit by a vehicle in an unmarked crosswalk at Kenneth and...
  • Bodies of 52 vets accumulate at morgue; L.A. County can't explain why

    Bodies of 52 vets accumulate at morgue; L.A. County can't explain why
    Over the last 15 months, 52 unclaimed bodies of U.S. military veterans accumulated at the Los Angeles County morgue because nobody arranged transportation to Riverside National Cemetery for burial. As of Thursday, the county could not explain why....
  • Surgeon testifies Stow will need round-the-clock aid for the rest of his life

    Surgeon testifies Stow will need round-the-clock aid for the rest of his life
    A neurological surgeon who evaluated Giants fan Bryan Stow testified Friday that the former paramedic would need around-the-clock assistance for the rest of his life as a result of the devastating injuries suffered in a beating outside Dodger Stadium on...