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  • Man killed in daytime shooting in the middle of a Lennox street

    Man killed in daytime shooting in the middle of a Lennox street

    A man was fatally shot Monday afternoon in the middle of a street in Lennox, just a few blocks from Los Angeles International Airport, authorities said. He was riding a bicycle about 3:20 p.m. near 104th Street and Inglewood Avenue when a gunman got out of a vehicle and confronted him, said Los...

  • Man shot to death while moving his car in Lennox

    Man shot to death while moving his car in Lennox

    A 23-year-old man was shot to death Sunday night while he was moving his car off a Lennox neighborhood street, authorities said. The man was moving his car at about 8:59 p.m. in the 4100 block of West 105th Street when another car drove up next to him, according to Deputy Kelvin Moody of the Los...

  • Torrance police investigating shooting of man in car set ablaze

    Torrance police are investigating the shooting of a man who was one of five occupants in a car destroyed by fire, authorities said. Police responded to a call of shots fired in the 3700 block of Artesia Boulevard in Torrance at about 2:30 a.m. Sunday, authorities said. A short time later police...

  • Detectives investigate woman's 'suspicious' death in Lomita apartment fire

    Detectives investigate woman's 'suspicious' death in Lomita apartment fire

    Homicide detectives are investigating the death of woman whose body was pulled from a fiery apartment in Lomita on Tuesday morning. The woman’s death was deemed suspicious, so arson and homicide investigators will examine the fire scene to get more details, said Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy...

  • Connor Everts dies at 88; artist's work was focus of 1960s obscenity trial

    Connor Everts dies at 88; artist's work was focus of 1960s obscenity trial

    Connor Everts, a Los Angeles-area artist and former longshoreman whose sociopolitical art was the subject of a 1960s obscenity trial, died Sunday at his Torrance home. He was 88. The cause was not disclosed. Everts completed his early work at night after working full days on the docks. His career...

  • Allegations flowing in against the surfer gang of Lunada Bay

    Allegations flowing in against the surfer gang of Lunada Bay

    Attorneys attempting to break up a surfer gang that controls a coveted stretch of coastline in Palos Verdes Estates said more alleged victims have called them in hopes of joining the effort.  "We are being contacted by lots of people -- lots of different beachgoers who have had similar experiences,"...

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