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  • City of Industry toy company accused of laundering drug money

     
    On Monday, authorities announced charges against the City of Industry-based Woody Toys and seven owners, employees and customers in what marks the second case in two years involving toy exporters allegedly acting as conduits for the drug trade.
  • West Hollywood councilman's $7,000 in meals probed by prosecutors

     
    West Hollywood Councilman John Duran charged dozens of meals to his city expense account, often multiple times a week. Over three years, he spent more than $7,000 at local restaurants, including at such upscale eateries as Cecconi's and Mirabelle on...

    Lohan won't be charged in alleged hit-and-run of lounge manager

     
    Lindsay Lohan won't face any criminal charges in connection with an allegation her car hit a Hookah Lounge manager in Hollywood because prosecutors say a video shows no collision and the alleged victim was less than credible.

    Tree-napping mama bear started day eating birthday cake

     
    Turns out the tree-napping mother bear spotted near Altadena was eating some leftover birthday cake when she was first spotted early Thursday.

    Man accused of embezzling millions returned to South Korea

     
    Doo Young Choi, 58, was escorted Thursday to South Korea by officers from U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement and the Korean National Police Agency. Choi was charged in May for collecting the equivalent of $6 million from investors for a luxury...