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  • Metropark to close all 69 of its stores, including 18 in California

     
    Los Angeles apparel chain Metropark USA Inc. has filed for bankruptcy and is shutting all 69 stores, including 18 in California. On Thursday, the company began offering 20% to 40% off all merchandise, including items from True Religion, Diesel, Rock......
  • Man's Burned Body Found on Roadside near Cerritos

    Man's Burned Body Found on Roadside near Cerritos
    LA PALMA, Calif. (KTLA) -- Police say a man whose burned body was found along the side of a road in the La Palma-Cerritos area apparently committed suicide. Firefighters were called to the 7800 block of Moody Street, near Carmenita and South Street...
  • District fights state ruling

    Glendale Unified is appealing a state decision to put two local campuses on a list of the 1,000 lowest-performing schools in California. Cerritos and Muir Elementary schools were caught up in a bill that authorized the California Department of Education...
  • 2 Women Arrested After Dangerous SoCal Pursuit

    2 Women Arrested After Dangerous SoCal Pursuit
    CERRITOS, Calif. ( KTLA) -- A dangerous stolen vehicle pursuit came to a crashing end Tuesday with two young women in custody. The pursuit began around 10 a.m. in Long Beach where the Jeep Cherokee made several dangerous maneuvers along surface streets....
  • Black Friday Fight Breaks out at Cerritos Mall

    Black Friday Fight Breaks out at Cerritos Mall
    CERRITOS, Calif. ( KTLA) -- Part of a Cerritos shopping mall was placed on lockdown during the Black Friday rush after a fight broke out in the food court. The incident was reported around 2:15 a.m. at the Los Cerritos Center while Black Friday...
  • Pirates fall to Falcons

    COSTA MESA — The Orange Coast College women's basketball team dropped its second straight game Monday, falling to visiting Cerritos, 74-63, in the third-place game of the Erin Tomlinson Coast Christmas Classic at OCC. Sophomore Helena Robel...
  • Surcharge reduction saves the city $50,000

    In 1989, Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies dispersed a large bridal shower at the home of a Samoan-American family in Cerritos. Eleven deputies and three dozen party guests were injured in the incident. Deputies said the party had gotten out of...
  • Man Holds Mother-in-law Hostage For Six Hours

    Man Holds Mother-in-law Hostage For Six Hours
    LOS ANGELES ( KTLA) - Los Angeles police have arrested a man who alledgedly held his mother-in-law hostage for six hours in a Hollywood home. A domestic violence report sent officers to the home on Tuesday, leading to a standoff. Police responded to a...
  • Hugh R. Manes dies at 84; lawyer fought for victims of police misconduct

    Hugh R. Manes dies at 84; lawyer fought for victims of police misconduct
    Hugh R. Manes, a veteran civil rights lawyer who for 40 years fought for victims of police misconduct, died Saturday at his Los Angeles home after a long battle with emphysema, according to his law partner, Carol Watson. He was 84. Manes began...
  • Isuzu quitting U.S. car market

    Isuzu quitting U.S. car market
    No lie, Isuzu is outta here. The Japanese automaker, famous for its commercials featuring a less-than-honest salesman, said Wednesday that it would stop selling passenger vehicles in the U.S., as sales declined to almost nothing in recent years. The...
  • Metrolink board lacks firsthand passenger experience

    About seven to 10 times each month, Art Brown hops on a Metrolink train. As a member of the commuter rail's five-county governing board, he usually carries a bag imprinted with the word "Metrolink." Brown says he does it to attract comments from other...
  • Probe of stolen art goes national

    Probe of stolen art goes national
    A federal investigation into looted Asian antiquities at Southland museums has broadened to include a prominent Chicago industrialist and art collector who purchased hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of allegedly stolen artifacts from a Cerritos arts...