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  • Four recruits take oath to join Glendale's police force

     Four recruits take oath to join Glendale's police force
    The Glendale Police Department swore in four rookie officers earlier this month after they graduated from the police academy, though plenty of training in the field still lies ahead. On Aug. 14, Officer Matthew Stafford, Officer Dylan Montes, Officer...
  • At least two injured in blaze at Encino apartment complex

    Firefighters were battling a blaze at a three-story apartment complex in Encino on Thursday night that injured at least two people and forced others to evacuate, authorities said. The fire in the 5300 block of Lindley Avenue started shortly before 9 p....
  • Two people killed, several injured in Encino apartment fire

    Two people killed, several injured in Encino apartment fire
    Two people have died and several others were treated for smoke inhalation and other injuries after an apartment fire in Encino on Thursday night, authorities said. The blaze in the 5300 block of Lindley Avenue broke out shortly before 9 p.m.,...
  • Smoke alarms not working in Encino fire that killed two, officials say

    Smoke alarms not working in Encino fire that killed two, officials say
    Investigators have determined that hard-wired smoke alarms were not functioning inside an Encino apartment that was overwhelmed with flames Thursday night, killing an elderly woman and her son and injuring six others. More than 100 firefighters...
  • 5 people shot, 2 killed while going to church; LAPD seeks SUV driver

    5 people shot, 2 killed while going to church; LAPD seeks SUV driver
    Los Angeles police believe a series of shootings across the San Fernando Valley early Sunday that left three dead and two wounded are related after witnesses reported seeing a gunman in a tan SUV with tinted windows. The three shootings unfolded...
  • 10 people injured when SUV plows into Pacoima pizzeria

    10 people injured when SUV plows into Pacoima pizzeria
    A 5-year-old boy was critically injured and nine others were treated by emergency medics Monday evening after a sport utility vehicle plowed into a Pacoima pizzeria. The child was taken to a hospital with head trauma. Six others, including a 1-month-old...
  • Man rescued from South L.A. fire dies, 17th fire fatality this year

    Man rescued from South L.A. fire dies, 17th fire fatality this year
    A 60-year-old man who was gravely injured in a fire in his South Park duplex on Monday died Tuesday in a local hospital, authorities said. It was the 17th fire-related fatality in Los Angeles this year, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department....
  • Woodland Hills homeowner burned in fire started by barbecue grill

    Woodland Hills homeowner burned in fire started by barbecue grill
    A Woodland Hills home was seriously damaged Tuesday and the homeowner injured when a fire started by a barbecue grill spread through the house and into the attic, the Los Angeles Fire Department said. The fire at 4615 Stark Ave. started on a deck...
  • Man shot, wounded by LAPD officer in Jefferson Park

    Man shot, wounded by LAPD officer in Jefferson Park
    A man was taken to a trauma center in stable condition Tuesday night after being shot by an LAPD officer in Jefferson Park, officials said. A Los Angeles Police Department officer shot the man during an "officer-initiated stop" about 9:15 p.m. at 30th...
  • L.A. can, and should, solve its 'wall time' problem

     L.A. can, and should, solve its 'wall time' problem
    Some issues in government are genuinely complex or divisive. Many defy solutions — ending violence in Gaza, say, or protecting children in foster care. What I am about to describe is not one of those issues. This one is costing taxpayers and risking...
  • Council confirms Ralph Terrazas as Los Angeles Fire Department chief

    Council confirms Ralph Terrazas as Los Angeles Fire Department chief
    The Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously Friday to make Ralph Terrazas the city's new fire chief, following back-to-back hearings where he laid out his plans for the battered agency. Terrazas, an assistant fire chief who was nominated to the top...