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Longtime Community Leader Barbara Yaroslavsky Dies

Barbara Yaroslavsky, a longtime civic leader in Los Angeles, and wife of L.A. County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky, died unexpectedly Wednesday.

Judge Unseals Grand Jury Transcript in Anthony Avalos’ Death

The grand jury transcript was unsealed Monday in the case of a Lancaster woman and her boyfriend, who are accused of torturing and murdering her 10-year-old son.

BHPD Captain Mark Rosen Retires With Settlement Agreement

Retaining Chief Sandra Spagnoli and continuing her reforms going forward, Capt. Mark Rosen has settled with the City of Beverly Hills and announced his retirement late Friday afternoon.

Migrants Run on US Border Met With Tear Gas by US

Central American migrants who ran into walls of security personnel, razor wire and tear gas at the US border in Tijuana, Mexico on Sunday chose possibly the hardest place to pass.

Update: Community Mourns, Borderline Shooting Victims Identified

A Pepperdine University student was identified Thursday as one of 13 people who died in an overnight shooting at a Thousand Oaks nightclub crowded with patrons, including 16 students from the Malibu college and three off-duty Los Angeles Police Department officers.

Multiple Confirmed Deaths in Northern California Wildfires

In Northern California, the Camp Fire and the Butte Fire have claimed multiple lives. 

Texan Behind 3-D Printer Gun Vows Legal Fight as White House Endorses Court Ruling

A US gun rights advocate began gearing up for a legal fight Wednesday to be able to publish online blueprints for 3D-printed firearms, as the White House signaled support for a federal judge's decision to block the venture.

Chile Prosecutors Seek Vatican Files of Priests in Sex Scandal

Prosecutors in Chile on Wednesday said they have requested the Vatican files of nine Chilean priests being investigated for sexual abuses.

Arleta Man Gets Five Years for Role in Global Money Laundering Scheme

An Arleta man was sentenced Wednesday to five years in federal prison for his role in a black-market "hawala" money laundering scheme that transferred about $4.5 million on behalf of the Sinaloa Cartel and its drug trafficking affiliates.

Man Suspected in New York Murder Charged With North Hollywood Attack

A man suspected of killing a nurse and raping another woman in New York is scheduled to be arraigned Monday on charges that he sexually assaulted and tried to kill a woman in her North Hollywood apartment after they went on a date last weekend.

L.A. Judge Wants Independent Monitors in Child Detentions Case

A Los Angeles federal judge overseeing a consent decree regulating the detention of immigrant children said Friday she now requires an independent monitor to provide "unbiased" reports on how detainees are being treated within the facilities.

Beverly Hills News – L.A. Judge Considers Gag Order Request in Stormy Daniels Case

A federal judge in Los Angeles heard arguments but made no immediate ruling Friday on a request by President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer for a gag order against Stormy Daniels' media-savvy attorney, Michael Avenatti.

Beverly Hills News – City Council Bans Electric Scooters

Beverly Hills Police To Hold National Night Out Block Party August 7

The Beverly Hills Police Department will be out in force for National Night Out on Tuesday, August 7, with live demonstrations and displays, kid-friendly activities and a host of fun for the entire family.

Trader Joe’s Barricade Suspect Held on $2 Million Bail

The South Los Angeles man suspected of shooting his grandmother then leading police on a chase and rolling gun battle that ended with a deadly standoff at a Silver Lake Trader Joe's store remained in custody on $2 million bail Monday, awaiting word on criminal charges.

LA Unified Board Member Rodriguez Pleads Guilty in Felony Election Finance Scheme

Los Angeles Unified School District board member Ref Rodriguez pleaded guilty Monday to a felony conspiracy charge and four misdemeanors for reimbursing donors to his 2015 election campaign, and he resigned from the school board.
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