An African fashion model and beauty pageant finalist who was apparently drunk when she smacked a flight attendant and hurled obscenities and racial slurs aboard a flight from Australia to Los Angeles was sentenced Monday to three years of federal probation.
Speculation will continue for who-knows-how-long about Gloria Vanderbilt’s wealth. Deemed American Royalty, it’s no secret that Gloria’s fortune had dwindled.
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center announced Tuesday that a $10 million donation will be used to establish the Jona Goldrich Center for Alzheimer's and Memory Disorders, whose namesake was a Holocaust survivor and prominent Los Angeles real estate developer.
A $10,000 reward is in effect Wednesday for information regarding a missing Colorado woman who suffers from depression, flew to Los Angeles and abandoned her rental car on Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu.
Emmy Award-winning actor-comedian Tim Conway died Tuesday in Los Angeles at the age of 85.
Madonna announced Monday she will perform exclusively in theater settings, including The Wiltern in Los Angeles, in support of her upcoming album.
A South Los Angeles street was renamed in honor of former President Barack Obama during a festival Saturday, featuring musical guests Doug E. Fresh, Yo-Yo, BJ the Chicago Kid, Battlecat and Kurrupt.
As is customary with presidential visits, motorists in the West Los Angeles and Beverly Hills areas can anticipate traffic congestion Friday as President Donald Trump attends a campaign fundraiser.
Last Saturday, Teen BHEF partnered with Access Books to refurbish the library at Logan Street Elementary School near downtown Los Angeles, donating almost 3,000 books. In addition to delivering the books to Logan Elementary, members of Teen BHEF and other volunteers sorted and labeled books and spruced up the library by painting murals. Pictured, front row: Leo Padilla, Noelle Trost, Melina Rosen and Ben Lifschitz. Back row: Omer Cohen, Candice Emrani, Charlie Levy and Estella Rosen
The Junior Ambassadors of Children's Hospital Los Angeles are kids and teens from the local community who support the hospital’s life saving work. The program offers them the opportunity to work together as hospital ambassadors and fundraisers, a model of kids helping kids. Back row, from left: Shannon Miller, Elise Knebel, Haley Miller, and Addison Kreshak from Beverly Hills High School; front row: Blake Miller and Dara Kreshak from Beverly Vista.