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  • Lightning strike leaves 700 people without power in Sunland

    Lightning strike leaves 700 people without power in Sunland
    A lightning strike in Sunland left more than 700 people without electricity Wednesday night, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power said.  The outage was reported Wednesday around 3 p.m. after lines were knocked down by the lightning, officials...
  • Former Cedars-Sinai aide investigated in patient sexual assault cases

    Former Cedars-Sinai aide investigated in patient sexual assault cases
    A nursing assistant who worked at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center is under investigation for allegedly sexually assaulting two patients while they were heavily medicated and too weak to resist, according to court records and interviews. The women came...
  • Man shot dead in suspected gang attack in Lincoln Heights

    Man shot dead in suspected gang attack in Lincoln Heights
    A 22-year-old man died after he was shot multiple times in Lincoln Heights in a suspected gang-related attack, Los Angeles police said Wednesday night. The victim was not breathing when he was found on a sidewalk shortly after 5:30 p.m. in the 2700...
  • An April Fool's prank Bieber fans will have to see to 'Believe'

     An April Fool's prank Bieber fans will have to see to 'Believe'
    A street artist and electronic musician said Tuesday that he clandestinely removed Justin Bieber's "Believe" CD in stores across Los Angeles and replaced them with fakes as part of an elaborate April Fool's Day stunt. The artist, who goes by the name...
  • Fixing L.A.'s asphalt jungle won't come cheap

     Fixing L.A.'s asphalt jungle won't come cheap
    Los Angeles' streets are a potholed mess and its sidewalks are cracked and jagged. Some 35% of the streets have been given a failing grade by the Bureau of Street Services, and a city consultant estimates it will cost nearly $3.9 billion to fix the...
  • Officials seek to tame Venice boardwalk

    Officials seek to tame Venice boardwalk
    Spencer Davis was chatting up tourists on the Venice boardwalk when police officers pulled up in front of his display of plastic alien heads. Had Davis seen a man threatening people with a chain saw, they asked? "Not today," he quipped with a smile,...
  • Cedars-Sinai patient says she was sexually assaulted while medicated

    Cedars-Sinai patient says she was sexually assaulted while medicated
    A patient who claims she was sexually assaulted by a nursing assistant at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center while she was heavily medicated described a feeling of helplessness when the alleged crime occurred. "It's devastating," she said, to be victimized...
  • Shooting outside Hollywood nightclub leaves 1 man dead

    As bars in the area finished their last call, a fatal gunshot rang out in front of a Hollywood nightclub early Sunday morning, in what police described as a gang-related shooting. When officers arrived at Hollywood Boulevard and Las Palmas Avenue just...
  • Parents accused of kidnapping children in Boyle Heights surrender

    Parents accused of kidnapping children in Boyle Heights surrender
    The parents accused of abducting their four children from Boyle Heights surrendered at the U.S.-Mexico border early Sunday, nearly two weeks after their children were found safe, police said. Enrique Felix and Rosa Chairez, both 28, were back in Los...
  • Ring of LAX baggage handlers stole heaps of valuables, police say

    Ring of LAX baggage handlers stole heaps of valuables, police say
    As the sea of luggage twists and turns down rollers from terminals at Los Angeles International Airport, the bags stop briefly at large platforms where workers separate them for flights across the world. It is there, police said, that a group of baggage...
  • Report of gunman at Homeboy Industries turns out to be false alarm

    After initial reports of a hostage situation at Homeboy Industries, Los Angeles police said Thursday night that they had found no gunman or hostages at the facility. At least 20 police cars sped to Bruno Street in Chinatown after getting a call that a...