| Jul 15, 2010
| 9:52 AM
EAST LOS ANGELES -- The mummified body found under an East L.A. home may be a man who was reported missing in 2005, according to L.A. County Sheriff's officials.
The discovery was made by construction workers Wednesday afternoon in the 200 block of North...
| Jul 18, 2010
| 12:55 PM
BOYLE HEIGHTS -- A big rig carrying over 10,000 pounds of onions overturned at the East L.A. interchange Sunday morning, prompting a SigAlert in the area.
The accident happened around 6:30 a.m. on the southbound 5 Freeway near 7th Street.
All lanes of...
| Sep 18, 2010
GLENDALE — Last year, the Glendale Community College football team started out a torrid 3-0, but in the end it didn't count for much, as the Vaqueros finished 4-5.
The shoe is on the other foot two games into the 2010 campaign, as the Vaqueros...
| Sep 20, 2010
MONTEREY PARK— Having left his usual position on the sideline in favor of calling in plays from the coaches' booth, Glendale Community College football Coach John Rome had a bird's eye view of his team's game at East Los Angeles College on Saturday....
| Oct 10, 2010
| 8:38 AM
EAST LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- A suspect who allegedly aimed a gun at sheriff's deputies was shot and hospitalized, officials said.
Deputies were patrolling for gang activity when they spotted two men "looking into a vehicle suspiciously" in the 1300 block...
| Oct 28, 2010
| 12:02 PM
BOYLE HEIGHTS, Calif. (KTLA) -- Prosecutors want a teenage driver tried as an adult on charges that he killed a pedestrian while driving drunk before smashing into a school bus, injuring 19 people.
The 17-year-old boy is scheduled for arraignment...
| Nov 13, 2010
| 1:10 PM
EAST LOS ANGELES ( KTLA) -- A big rig loaded with big screen TVs overturned Saturday, blocking a major intersection that connects the East L.A. interchange to truck traffic coming out of the Commerce train depot.
The accident happened at the four...
| Dec 6, 2008
The woman playing the world's most famous woman was fondly remembering Christmases past in Los Angeles. When she was a child, Suzanna Guzmán recalled, the windows of Bullock's and other now-defunct department stores dripped with seasonal decor, and the...
| May 10, 2008
Lysa Flores looks far too stylish to be one of the female voices of East L.A. punk, to borrow the subtitle of an exhibition opening next week at the Claremont Museum of Art. Waiting one cloudy morning recently for a table at a trendy cafe in her Los Feliz...
| Dec 3, 2006
AS my father remembers it, the first trip from Mexico to downtown Los Angeles was cramped. He left his hometown of Jomulquillo, Zacatecas, in 1968 on a bus headed for Tijuana. Two days later, he reached the border town. There, he and three other men...
| Dec 3, 2006
1841 William Wolfskill planted the first local commercial orange groves on 2 acres east of what is now Alameda Street in downtown Los Angeles.
1881 On Dec. 4, the Los Angeles Times began publication as the Los Angeles Daily Times. The first...