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Five people shot as fight escalates during wake in South Los Angeles

Five people were shot Saturday afternoon at a wake in South Los Angeles, authorities reported. A fight broke out about 3:30 p.m. during the wake, which was held at a storefront near the intersection of West 91st Street and Western Avenue, said Los Angeles Police Sgt. Thomas Bojorquez. According...

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  • Petition circulates against Museum House condo tower, but whose is it?

    Petition circulates against Museum House condo tower, but whose is it?

    Organizers of a referendum movement seeking to challenge the Newport Beach City Council's approval this week of a 25-story condominium tower in Newport Center said a petitioner gathering signatures Friday was not with them, and some residents speculated the petition was fake. Residents reported...

  • Thoughts of love and hope on World AIDS Day

    Thoughts of love and hope on World AIDS Day

    People gather at Main Beach in Laguna Beach to recall those lost to the disease while also looking toward the light of a better tomorrow.

  • Jewelry store owner hopes releasing video will help catch a thief

    Jewelry store owner hopes releasing video will help catch a thief

    A La Crescenta jewelry store owner has released security footage of a burglary that occurred at his business in early November, and said he’s frustrated with the lack of progress with the investigation into the crime. Ishkhan Poghosyan, owner of Pogani Jewelry, said he decided to release footage of...

  • Nurse fired after 528 patients' records breached at Glendale Adventist Medical Center

    Nurse fired after 528 patients' records breached at Glendale Adventist Medical Center

    A health-care professional at Glendale Adventist Medical Center was fired Wednesday over a privacy breach involving hundreds of patient medical records. Glendale Adventist officials said in a statement on Friday that the protected health information of 528 patients was accessed without authorization...

  • Glendale ex-convict, 24, charged in burglary of Burbank gun store

    A 24-year-old Glendale man faces multiple charges in connection with the burglary of a Burbank gun store late last month. Tigran Zmrukhtyan is accused of burglarizing AEGIS Trading Enterprises on the morning of Nov. 22. Seven handguns were taken from the business, according to police. Security...

  • Christmas lights stolen from trees along Honolulu Avenue in Montrose

    Christmas lights stolen from trees along Honolulu Avenue in Montrose

    The Montrose Shopping Park has been hit with a string of thefts over the last few months but, instead of stores being robbed of merchandise, thieves have been targeting Christmas lights. Unknown people have been stealing the Christmas lights that adorn many of the trees at the shopping park between...

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  • Man attempting to cross freeway is struck and killed in Glendale

    A Los Angeles man was struck and killed early Wednesday morning after attempting to cross a freeway. According to California Highway Patrol the man was attempting to cross the westbound 134 Freeway near Harvey Drive for unknown reasons around 12:07 a.m. Nov. 30 when he was struck by a vehicle. ...

  • Laguna Beach group sues over city's ban on new short-term rentals

    Laguna Beach group sues over city's ban on new short-term rentals

    A group of Laguna Beach residents is asking an Orange County court to overturn the city's ban on new short-term rentals in residential neighborhoods. BEACH Vacation Coalition, whose acronym stands for Backing Everyone's Access to Coastal Housing, filed a Superior Court lawsuit Nov. 14 against the...

  • Opponents of Museum House condo tower vow referendum effort to overturn Newport council's OK

    Opponents of Museum House condo tower vow referendum effort to overturn Newport council's OK

    The Newport Beach City Council's approval late Tuesday of a 25-story luxury condominium tower brought a vow from activists to try to challenge the project through a referendum. The council's 6-1 decision, with member Tony Petros dissenting, affirmed the Planning Commission's recommendation in October...

  • Motorcyclist leads Glendale police on short pursuit

    A motorcyclist took police on a short chase early Monday morning after failing to stop at a red light. Glendale police are saying 38-year-old Alvaro Martinez was riding with another cyclist around 12:45 a.m. Nov. 28 near Harvey Drive and Wilson Avenue when the Chatsworth resident failed to stop...

  • Montrose readies for Christmas parade

    Montrose readies for Christmas parade

    The event celebrates its 40th year Saturday with local 'heroes' as grand marshals.

  • Elderly pedestrian who was struck by a car succumbs to injuries

    An 86-year-old Burbank woman has died from injuries she sustained after being struck by a car earlier this month. According to authorities Arzelia Pisani was walking in an unmarked crosswalk on Lima Street near Magnolia Boulevard Nov. 17 around 12:30 p.m. when she was struck by a black Dodge Charger....

  • Glendale couple comes home on Thanksgiving to find man burglarizing their apartment

    Glendale couple comes home on Thanksgiving to find man burglarizing their apartment

    A Glendale couple’s Thanksgiving was interrupted late last week when they encountered a man burglarizing their apartment. The husband and wife had returned home to their apartment in the 1000 block of Winchester Avenue around 10:51 p.m. Thursday when they found the man, identified by police as...

  • Glendale man reportedly throws gun into street prior to traffic stop, police say

    Glendale man reportedly throws gun into street prior to traffic stop, police say

    Police are saying a Glendale man threw a gun into a residential street before being pulled over for a traffic stop. Grigor Tosunyan, 30, was riding in a car driven by 32-year-old Edvin Karapetyan when the vehicle was pulled over in the 1500 block of Dixon Street around 1:48 a.m. on Nov. 20. Karapetyan...

  • Glendale Arts to launch new music program

    Organization to hold open-mic night and fundraiser Tuesday at Famous bar.

  • Firefighters take down blaze at Burbank home

    Firefighters in Burbank spent almost nearly an hour extinguishing a house fire early Monday morning. Authorities were alerted to a fire that had engulfed a single-story home in the 1700 block of Lima Street around 6:30 a.m. Battalion Chief Ron Barone said 40 firefighters were at the scene to deal...

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