A joint operation including the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department led to the seizure last week of 553 firearms in Agua Dulce, unincorporated Los Angeles County. Photo courtesy Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.
The crash occurred in the 10300 block of Wentworth Street.
Following two intense years of negotiation with the EPA, Lockheed Martin Corp. and Honeywell International Inc. have agreed to expand groundwater treatment and do more groundwater contamination studies at the San Fernando Valley Area 1 Superfund site

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Police on Wednesday released a sketch of a suspect who is described as a 19-to-24-year-old black man who has a medium build and stands at about 5 feet, 11 inches.

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Authorities have seized 30,000 pounds of illegal fireworks since May 12, according to San Bernardino county officials.

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The lineup for the Aug. 10-12 edition of Splash House in Palm Springs has been announced.


  • New Whole Foods market opens in Burbank
  • The free-to-attend festival also includes a children's chalk area, an art gallery and silent auction, movie and animation displays and an artist awards ceremony at 7 p.m. Sunday.
  • 2018 Alien-Con Friday at the Pasadena convention center
  • UCLA holds their 2018 commencement in Pauley Pavilion at the Westwood school. 
  • Coach Sean McVay gives his players and coaches a day off from minicamp so they could get an up-close look at their future football home.  Check out what they saw.
  • Galaxy coach Sigi Schmid has said numerous times this season that if the game is scoreless, he’s confident that his team will be able to find a goal.
  • Artist Alexa Meade Brings 3-D Painting to Life at Union Station
  • Canoga Park High School graduation
  • Monroe High School 2018 graduation
  • Grant High School's 2018 graduation ceremony


Decision-makers Magic Johnson and Rob Pelinka hold the 25th and 47th overall picks, not as high as past seasons. But they also have the July 1 opening of free agency on the horizon.


The California Legislature can get it right this time by voting later this month to approve a draft plan that hands future sexual harassment complaints over to independent panels for review and action.