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Cold Case Murder Solved In Huntington Beach 52 Years Later

52 years after the discovery of 'Jane Doe's' body in a Huntington Beach ditch, DNA has given her a name and identified her killer.

LA Shutdown Not Imminent, Garcetti Says

There are currently no plans for further coronavirus shutdowns in LA, said the mayor. Applications for COVID-19 business aid is due Friday.

22 More Deaths In Orange County, #MaskUpOC Campaign Hits Social

One Orange County supervisor is leading the charge toward wearing face masks amid the coronavirus pandemic.

As Coronavirus Surges, LA Restaurants Clean Up Their Act

Though hospitalizations are up, Los Angeles may be turning a corner, aided by increased business compliance with safety protocols.

Jazz Bakery Hosts Live 'Concerts At Home' Series

Jazz Bakery will feature pianist Sam Hirsch playing live from his living room at 6 p.m. PT Saturday.

Torrance PD Investigate 'Only White Lives Matter' Hate Crime

Torrance police are investigating a hate crime stemming from a video showing a couple Nazi salute and shout a white supremacist slogan.

Laguna Beach DUI Enforcement Out In Force This Summer

Laguna Beach Police Department warns that they are out to keep the streets safe, looking for drivers operating vehicles under the influence.

Mission Viejo Nadadores Gains Justina Kozan

Justina Kozan, a gold medalist in the World Juniors, will swim for Mission Viejo's Nadadores

LA's $63 Parking Tickets Ruled Reasonable But Not $63 Late Fees

Angelenos: If you must, be late with your checkbook, but not your meter change.

Dodgers Take On Giants For Season Opener

The 53,000 seats at Dodger Stadium will remain empty Thursday, but crowd sounds will be pumped through the ballpark sound system.

Cold Case Suspect In Newport Beach Child Death Dies Before Trial

A true-crime retelling of Linda O'Keefe's 1973 abduction & killing led police to James Alan Neal, ID'd through DNA as the primary suspect.

Brothers Arrested For Allegedly Stealing Electronics From Schools

Two brothers were arrested on suspicion of stealing computers, electronics and other supplies from three Culver City schools.

Police Search For Critical Missing Woman Last Seen Near PCH

Santa Monica Police are asking the public's help to find a critical missing woman last seen near Pacific Coast Highway.

DUI, Driver's License Checkpoint Slated For Westside Friday

A DUI, driver's license checkpoint is planned Friday near Baldwin Hills, LAPD reports.

Investigators Identify Woman Found Dead At Venice Beach

Officials have identified a woman found dead at Venice Beach early Tuesday.

Palos Verdes: Drive-Thru Philanthropy Event Planned Thursday

The Palos Verdes Chapter of National Charity League will host a drive-thru philanthropy event Thursday night.

Meth-Carrying Mom Arrested Near San Clemente: Border Patrol

A mother, pulled over near San Clemente with her 6-year-old child in her car, was found with multiple packages of methamphetamine.

Man Killed In Ladera Heights Shooting, Investigation Underway

An investigation is underway following a shooting late Wednesday in Ladera Heights that left one man in his 20s dead.

Earthquake Fault Runs Under Hollywood Skyscrapers Project: State

The state Geological Survey warned the city that planned skyscrapers next to the Capitol Records Building would sit atop an active fault.

Cal State University To Require Social Justice/Ethnic Studies

The Cal State University Board of Trustees made its first change to the general education curriculum in 40 years, requiring ethnic studies.

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