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  • Person dies after being struck by Metrolink train in Sylmar

     
    A person was killed Tuesday evening after being struck by a Metrolink train in the San Fernando Valley. The individual, who has not been identified, was hit by a commuter train shortly after 8 p.m. near the intersection of Pierce......
  • Metrolink advises Antelope Valley passengers to take buses after deadly accident

     
    Metrolink passengers using the Antelope Valley line 223 were advised Tuesday night to take buses from Union Station after a transit agency train struck and killed a 19-year-old man. The transit agency said passengers could catch the buses near the......
  • Girls' basketball: Tuesday scores

     
    AGAPE LEAGUE Hesperia Christian 53, Apple Valley Christian 21 Victor Valley Christian 39, Academy for Academic Excellence 29 AMBASSADOR LEAGUE Aquinas 55, Calvary Murrieta 16 Arrowhead Christian 38, Woodcrest Christian 37 Linfield Christian 43, Loma Linda...
  • $80,000 offered for leads in shooting of school officer near El Camino High

     
    Los Angeles officials announced Thursday that they will be offering an $80,000 reward for information leading to the conviction of the gunman who wounded a school police officer in Woodland Hills, sparking a massive hunt that shut down a seven-square-...
  • LAPD opens up area in Woodland Hills closed after shooting

     
    Los Angeles police Wednesday opened up a swath of Woodland Hills that had been cordoned off for much of the day as authorities continued their search for a gunman who opened fire on a school police officer. A seven-square-mile area......
  • Count of homeless people in L.A. County to begin Tuesday night

     
    Homeless people living on the streets and in shelters in L.A. County will be counted beginning Tuesday night, part of a biennial count required by communities wishing to qualify for federal housing funds targeted at reducing homelessness....
  • El Camino Real High briefly on lockdown, man with gun reportedly seen on campus

     
    El Camino High Real High School and Hale Middle School in Woodland Hills were briefly placed on lockdown Wednesday after a man with a gun was reported in the El Camino faculty parking lot, Los Angeles police and school district......
  • Californians to protest against Koch brothers in Rancho Mirage

     
    Environmentalists, labor union members and liberal activists across Southern California are mounting a protest Sunday in Rancho Mirage against billionaire "tea party" funders Charles and David Koch and their semiannual confab of conservative activists....
  • Hollywood turns out for the Valley Performing Arts Center

     
    How do you open a new arts center in the San Fernando Valley? Well, Monica Mancini, declaring herself "the original Valley girl,” launched into a haunting rendition of her late father’s classic "Moon River," accompanied by Dave Koz and Arturo......
  • Shooting of school police officer called a hoax by authorities [Updated]

     
    A man is being held in connection with the shooting a school police officer outside a Woodland Hills high school last week, authorities said late Thursday....
  • L.A. Council candidate forum is tonight for San Fernando Valley seat

     
    A townhall forum scheduled for Monday night in Granada Hills is to feature candidates seeking to replace retiring Los Angeles City Councilman Greig Smith in elections on March 8....
  • Eating Las Vegas

     
    Frequent visitors to Vegas (and you know who you are) should check out a new book called "Eating Las Vegas," the result of a collaboration among three of the city's food writers. That would be the dueling critics from KNPR's......