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Supervisors Enjoy Multiple Car Washes Per Week Amid Drought

Most Los Angeles County supervisors have their take-home cars washed two or three times a week, even as officials are urging residents to sharply cut back on water use during California's drought. Read more...

Court OKs Lawsuits Against LA Sheriff's Officials

A federal appeals court says Los Angeles County sheriff's investigators can he held liable for withholding evidence from two murder defendants who have since been exonerated. Read more...

2024 Olympic Plan Gets Mixed Review from LA Council

Facing an early test of support at home, Los Angeles' 2024 Olympics plan received a guarded reception from the City Council, where members raised concerns from potential runaways costs to the impact on neighborhoods. Read more...

LA City Council Panel Comes Out Against Tiny Houses for Homeless

A Los Angeles City Council panel has come out against a private initiative to build tiny houses on wheels for the homeless, determining the structures are illegal. Read more...

Cocaine Found in Tire Shipment at LA-Long Beach Port Complex

Hundreds of pounds of cocaine concealed in a shipment of tires from South America have been seized at the Los Angeles-Long Beach seaport complex. Read more...

Cop Hurt After Being Hit By Suspected Drunk Driver in Garden Grove

Orange County authorities say a police officer was hurt when a drunken driving suspect drove into opposing lanes of traffic and smashed his car head-on into a police cruiser in Garden Grove. Read more...

Body of Missing Boater Found at Irvine Lake

Divers have found the body of a man who fell from a boat into an Orange County lake and went under the water. Read more...

Woman's Body Found at Burbank Home

Homicide detectives are investigating the death of a woman whose body was found at a home in Burbank. Read more...

Ex LA Sheriff's Captain Pleads Guilty in Corruption Case

A former captain with the nation's largest sheriff's department pleaded guilty Wednesday to lying on the witness stand during a widespread misconduct investigation into abuse within the Los Angeles County jail system. Read more...

Police Say South Pasadena Nursing Home Recruited Felons as Patients

South Pasadena's police chief says he'll ask for criminal charges to be filed against a nursing home where a patient walked away last year, doused herself with gasoline and set herself on fire. Read more...