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  • Violent weekend in Hollywood area capped by 2 overnight shootings

    Violent weekend in Hollywood area capped by 2 overnight shootings
    A spate of violence in Hollywood over the weekend spilled into Monday morning when Los Angeles police on foot patrol reported two separate shootings but found no victims and no gunmen. Officers patrolling near Hollywood Boulevard and North Las Palmas...
  • Pot-centric farmer's market planned in L.A. over Fourth of July weekend

    Pot-centric farmer's market planned in L.A. over Fourth of July weekend
    The ever popular farmers market scene in Los Angeles could soon see the introduction of a whole new type of green. What’s being billed as L.A.’s first-ever cannabis-centric farmers market is scheduled to debut in Boyle Heights over the...
  • LAPD detective accused of making racially charged remarks put on leave

    LAPD detective accused of making racially charged remarks put on leave
    A veteran Los Angeles police detective has been placed on leave pending an investigation into allegations that he made racially charged comments in a training lecture for other officers, authorities said. Frank Lyga, 57, was placed on paid leave after...
  • Six L.A.-area hookah lounges cited for variety of violations

    Six Los Angeles-area hookah lounges were recently cited for a variety of violations during a series of compliance checks, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. The lounges, located in Van Nuys and Sherman Oaks, were cited for violating smoking...
  • Nextdoor, a free social network site, links neighbor to neighbor

    Nextdoor, a free social network site, links neighbor to neighbor
    I had no idea a flasher plagued my Los Feliz neighborhood –– until I joined Nextdoor, a free social network website geared to individual neighborhoods. I was, in fact, ignorant of considerable activity, all within blocks of me: a rash of car...
  • Jury begins deliberating in Bryan Stow civil trial

    Jury begins deliberating in Bryan Stow civil trial
    What happened to Bryan Stow at Dodger Stadium on Opening Day in March 2011, leaving him with lifelong injuries, was either a crime of heated passion that was over in a matter of seconds or a preventable security lapse hours in the making. Lawyers for...
  • Police seek leads in South L.A. slaying of mother, friend

    Police seek leads in South L.A. slaying of mother, friend
    Two people who died after they were gunned down in South Los Angeles were identified Wednesday night by police. Monique Campbell, 21, and Marquette Carter, 28, were shot late Tuesday as they sat in a parked car in the 4800 block of South Western Avenue,...
  • Man shot dead by LAPD after confronting Crenshaw Plaza security guard

    Man shot dead by LAPD after confronting Crenshaw Plaza security guard
    The man fatally wounded by Los Angeles police officers Wednesday had been shoplifting at Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza and fired a gun at a security guard who tried to stop him, authorities said. The man, whose identity hasn't been released, was...
  • Man slain in confrontation with LAPD by Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza

    Man slain in confrontation with LAPD by Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza
    A man was killed in a confrontation with Los Angeles police Wednesday night after officers swooped down on the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza when gunshots were reported in the area. There were no reports of injuries to shoppers or police as patrol cars...
  • Cellphone ruling could slow investigations, police say

    Cellphone ruling could slow investigations, police say
    The cops and deputies who patrol the streets of Los Angeles could be hampered and investigations slowed as a result of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that says law enforcement officers must obtain a warrant before searching the contents of a smartphone or...
  • Vermont Square shooting kills man, woman in parked car

    Vermont Square shooting kills man, woman in parked car
    A man and a woman were shot and killed late Tuesday as they sat inside a parked car in Vermont Square. The two were sitting inside the car in the 4800 block of South Western Avenue at about 10:55 p.m. when a light-colored sedan pulled up next to them...