May 16, 2022

3 Hospitalized After Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Helicopter Crash

AZUSA, Calif.—Three people were in the hospital on March 20 from a sheriff’s helicopter crash near the San Gabriel Dam in the Angeles National Forest near Azusa that injured six people. Five of those victims were taken to a hospital, according to Los Angeles County Fire Department dispatcher, but two of the five were not…

Venice Beach residents blast Los Angeles officials over crime, homeless encampment safety concerns

A group of Venice Beach, California, residents warned city leadership they could be liable for multimillion-dollar lawsuit payouts for not enforcing laws banning overnight homeless encampments.   An attorney for the Venice Stakeholders Association sent a letter to several City of Los Angeles offices last week on behalf of residents concerned that “transient-related fires” could […]

LAPD Chief: Guns Being Stolen in Los Angeles Train Robberies

Los Angles Police Department (LAPD) chief Michael Moore indicates numerous firearms have recently been stolen during freight train robberies near downtown Los Angeles. The Los Angeles Times quoted Moore saying, “People were … breaking into these containers and stealing firearms, tens of firearms…That gave us the great concern as a source again of further violence…

Los Angeles motorcyclist topping 130 mph dies after horrific crash caught on video

A motorcyclist going upward of 130 mph down a street in Los Angeles Thursday afternoon died after crashing into another vehicle.  The Los Angeles Police Department told Fox News that the driver’s license plate came back as stolen. A department official said officers were tracking the motorcycle and were not in pursuit at the time […]

First 'flurona' case detected in Los Angeles area

The first confirmed case of the “flurona” — the flu and coronavirus combination — has been confirmed in Los Angeles County. Officials at a COVID-19 testing site Brentwood, in Northern California, confirmed the unique case after a child tested positive for both Influenza A and SARS-CoV-2, a local news outlet reported. ‘FLURONA’ HITS US AMID […]

Effort to recall Los Angeles DA Gascon kicks off again as crime rages throughout California

An effort to recall Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon began again on Monday, following widespread crime in the city, including the fatal shooting of a music executive’s 81-year-old wife in her home.  Supporters of the effort announced on the steps of the Hall of Justice Monday that they will serve the DA with a […]

Looters Hit Los Angeles Home Depot, Bottega Veneta on Black Friday

Two Los Angeles County stores were targeted by so-called “smash-and-grab” looters during Black Friday shopping events, officials said. A group of young males wearing ski masks targeted a Lakewood Home Depot at around 8:30 p.m., making off with hammers, mallets, crowbars, and sledgehammers, officials told FOX11…

COVID-19 Hospitalizations Drop Under 800 in Los Angeles County

LOS ANGELES—COVID-19 hospitalizations fell below 800 in Los Angeles County, according to the latest data, declining by 35 people to 790 and continuing a month-long downward trend. According to state figures, the number of COVID-positive patients in intensive care in the county also declined, from 231 on Saturday to 228…

Los Angeles Clippers Outshoot Minnesota in 126-115 Win

MINNEAPOLIS—Paul George had 32 points and eight assists, and Reggie Jackson scored a season-high 29 points as the Los Angeles Clippers beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 126-115 on Wednesday night. George shot 11 of 18, including 4 of 8 from long distance, as Los Angeles had its best shooting night of the season and won its…

Congestion at Ports of Los Angeles Could Last Until Next Summer, Unless Supply Chain Gets Fixed | Noel Hacegaba

The ships that are anchored around ports of Los Angeles, waiting to get in, “are effectively serving as warehouses on the water. I mean, that’s what they’re doing. They’re storing these containers,” said Noel Hacegaba, the deputy executive director of the Port of Long Beach. The ports are having a serious backlog…

Los Angeles County Supervisor: U.S. Should ‘Make Amends,’ Return Land to Black Families

Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn said Friday that it is time for the U.S. to “make amends” with black families in America by returning land their ancestors owned which was taken from them. Hahn, who recently announced this month that she would give back land black owners lost through eminent domain to their descendants,…

Reports: Los Angeles Hospitals at Capacity, Turning Away Ambulances, Planning for Rationed Care as COVID Death Toll Mounts

Los Angeles area hospitals are at a breaking point due to the coronavirus pandemic in Southern California, where the mounting death toll has overwhelmed intensive care units and led to contingency plans for possibly rationing care. Though coronavirus hospitalizations are stabilizing in parts of California, patients are still overwhelming hospitals in a large swath of…

Los Angeles County Officials Announce Three Week Stay-at-Home Order

Los Angeles County announced Friday a temporary stay at home order effective Monday that urges residents to avoid being with people not in their household. “The temporary order will be in place for three weeks through Dec. 20 and will allow essential and emergency workers, and those securing or providing essential and permitted services, to…

Los Angeles Anchor Claims Sen. Al Franken ‘Kissed And Groped’ Her Without Her Consent.

A Los Angeles news anchor claims Sen. Al Franken “kissed and groped her” without her consent while the pair were on a USO tour to the Middle East in the early 2000s. Leeann Tweeden tweeted Thursday morning that, inspired by Rep. Jackie Speier who encouraged anyone who had been victimized by a member of Congress […]

All Los Angeles Public Schools Closed Due to Terror Threat… Update: ‘Radical Muslim’

The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) announced Tuesday morning that all of its schools will be closed for the day due to a terror threat. The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed that a bomb threat was called in to a school board member, the Los Angeles Times reports. (Update: Rep. Brad. Sherman (D-CA) has reportedly […]

Thermonuclear Missile Launch Near Los Angeles Run Up To Global War?

“A mysterious bright light in the sky has sent Californians into panic,” reports the BBC. “Videos posted online show a bright flare rising high, before a wide, bright blue flash emerges in a cone shape. Many videos continue to track the light for several minutes.” Last night, Californians immediately leapt to social media to propose […]

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