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  • Men Posing as Police Rob 2 Women

    Men Posing as Police Rob 2 Women
    PANORAMA CITY -- Los Angeles police are searching for two men who posed as police officers, entered a Panorama City apartment, and robbed two women. The home invasion robbery occurred in the 8400 block of Cedros Avenue about 8:00 Saturday night. The two...
  • Siento que he vuelto a nacer

    ‘Siento que he vuelto a nacer’
    Yazmín Rodríguez manejó dos horas con la única ilusión de leer la frase "Su petición ha sido aprobada". Todo el camino de Placentia, en el condado de Orange, a Panorama City, al norte de Los Angeles, esta mexicana de 28 años de edad pensaba que después de...
  • LAPD complains about parole officials classifying suspect in police shooting as 'low-level, nonviolent'

     
    The Los Angeles Police Department has asked the state Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to investigate how a parolee who fired nearly a dozen gunshots at two LAPD officers over the weekend in the San Fernando Valley was able to......
  • Alarcon and his wife plead not guilty to perjury, voter fraud and false declaration of candidacy

     
    A grand jury has handed down a 24-count felony indictment against Los Angeles City Councilman Richard Alarcon and his wife, Flora Montes de Oca, accusing them of perjury and voter fraud stemming from their assertion in that they lived in......
  • Councilman Richard Alarcon indicted on perjury and voter fraud charges

     
    Los Angeles City Councilman Richard Alarcon has been indicted on charges of perjury and voter fraud, according to court documents unsealed Wednesday. The charges were the result of a 15-month investigation by the Los Angeles County district attorney's...
  • Supporters strategize to help indicted L.A. City Councilman Richard Alarcon

     
    One day after Los Angeles City Councilman Richard Alarcon was indicted by a grand jury on charges of perjury and voter fraud, a group of his supporters called a meeting in Panorama City to discuss strategies for helping him during......
  • Motorist Dies After Car Catches Fire on 118 Freeway

    Motorist Dies After Car Catches Fire on 118 Freeway
    LOS ANGELES -- A motorist died after his car caught fire, filled with smoke and crashed on the 118 Freeway near Pacoima, the California Highway Patrol said. The fire started for unknown reasons in the backseat of the man's Toyota Previa as he drove...
  • Councilman Richard Alarcon Could Lose His Council Seat

    Councilman Richard Alarcon Could Lose His Council Seat
    LOS ANGELES – Embattled Los Angeles City Councilman Richard Alarcon, who has been indicted on 18 felony counts including perjury and voter fraud, could be removed from his seat if his colleagues choose to act. But it appears Alarcon's fellow council...
  • "KEEP IT SIMPLE! KEEP IT CHEAP! CHEAP BACK TO SCHOOL"

    Gayle Anderson was live in Burbank for "CHEAP BACK TO SCHOOL". Attention all parents! Starting today, "It's A Wrap!" is having a Back to School Sale to help you get your kids ready for the upcoming school year without breaking your bank. This back to...
  • Pursuit Suspects Caught After Fleeing Crash

    Pursuit Suspects Caught After Fleeing Crash
    PANORAMA CITY, Calif. -- Two pursuit suspects who fled after crashing their pickup into another vehicle in Panorama City, injuring its occupants, have been arrested. The chase began around 4:50 a.m. Tuesday when LAPD officers attempted to stop the stolen...
  • How Risky Are Older Concrete Buildings?

    Tens of thousands of older concrete buildings across California represent the state's largest remaining risk of serious damage in a major earthquake, seismic safety officials say. Constructed as department stores, schools, parking structures and office...
  • Treasures amid Valley bustle

    North Hills, a Los Angeles suburb of residential developments, large lots and commercial space, sits in the heart of the San Fernando Valley. The community, renamed twice since 1915, is home to a traffic-stopping topiary poodle, an onion-domed church...