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Police Searching for Topless Shoplifter

Police are searching for a topless shoplifter in the San Gabriel Valley.  Police say a 44-year-old Asian woman tried to steal merchandise by putting the items in her purse.  When a Macy's loss prevention officer tried to detain the woman, a scuffle broke out, and the woman's shirt and bra came off.  Read more...

Huntington Beach Increasing Security Ahead of Surf Competition

Huntington Beach is getting ready to deal with all that comes with hosting a week-long surf competition.  The 2014 Van's U.S. Open of Surfing starts on Friday, and city officials are gearing up for the worst.  Read more...

Donald Sterling Meets with Balmer Over Clippers Deal

There could be forward movement in the effort to sell the Los Angeles Clippers to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer.  According to TMZ Sports, Clippers owner Donald Sterling met with Ballmer at Sterling's Beverly Hills estate yesterday afternoon along with the lawyer for Sterling's wife Shelly.  Read more...

Officers Injured Arresting Barricaded Suspect in Sherman Oaks

Three CHP officers are nursing wounds after they were hurt arresting a man who barricaded himself inside a car in Sherman Oaks.  The man was chased by CHP and LAPD officers before apparently barricading himself inside his car on Burbank Boulevard Thursday evening.  Read more...

CHP Victim Files Lawsuit in Roadway Beating Case

The homeless woman captured on camera being repeatedly punched by a CHP officer in the Los Angeles area is filing a civil rights lawsuit over the incident.  The attorney for Marlene Pinnock announced the suit yesterday.  Read more...

Isaac Garcia Dead in Fatal Commerce Crash

Issac Garcia is dead following a fatal accident in Commerce on Washington Blvd.  Officials say he was driving westbound near Eastern Ave around 10:30pm on Thursday at speeds exceeding 90mph when he lost control of his Acura. Read more...

Hidden Cash Will Pay to Fix Whittier Park Damage

The man behind the Twitter phenomenon Hidden Cash will shell out several-thousand dollars to cover the damage done to a Southern California park during a recent scavenger hunt.  Hundreds of people tromped all over William Penn Park in Whittier on July 10th to search for money hidden by Jason Buzi, the man behind the Twitter feed @hiddencash.  Read more...

Inglewood School District to Hire Armed Security Guards

Inglewood students could possibly see armed security guards on their campuses.  The Inglewood Unified School District has approved a plan to hire security guards who have the ability to carry firearms.  Read more...

State Water Board Approves Fines for Wasting Water

California water regulators are cracking down on those who waste water while the state deals with a devastating drought.  The State Water Resources Control Board voted yesterday to approve fines of up to $500  a day for people in the state who waste water by over-watering lawns, washing cars and other efforts.  Read more...

LA Mayor Eric Garcetti Discusses Immigration Issue

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti believes his city can help some of the migrant children who have poured across the U.S.-Mexico border in recent months.  Garcetti says the city has been contacted by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services about potentially working with nonprofit groups to help find shelter and legal representation for the migrant children.  Read more...