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'No burnin out': Compton tire shop owner graffitis own business in dispute over street takeovers

02/17/24 11:00 AM

The owner of a Compton tire shop is locked in a dispute with city officials over selling low-cost tires to people suspected of performing burnouts and other illegal maneuvers. The shop owner says he cannot control what customers do with the tires they buy.

'Rust' armorer Hannah Gutierrez's trial set to begin: What to know

02/21/24 3:52 PM

More than two years after "Rust" cinematographer Halyna Hutchins was fatally shot on set, the film's armorer is set to go on trial in the high-profile case.

'You know what could happen if he talks': Real estate fraud led to murder-for-hire plot, prosecutors say

02/21/24 11:00 AM

Authorities still have not identified a shooter in the 2013 killing of Rigoberto Dupre at a South L.A. auto repair shop, but prosecutors allege an associate had orchestrated it over a real estate scam that netted $375,000 in gold coins.

2 people are dead and 1 is missing in climbing accident on Mexico's highest peak

02/21/24 12:26 PM

Two people are dead and another is missing on Mexico's Pico de Orizaba, the highest mountain in the country

90 minutes. 4 killed. A random 'senseless rampage' that terrorized Southeast L.A.

02/15/24 11:18 PM

Over 90 minutes, authorities say, Southeast Los Angeles County was the scene of a terrifying and seemingly random string of murders that killed 4. Two suspects were charged Thursday, but many questions remain unanswered.

After a stunted strike, CSU faculty union shows signs of division as it votes on contract

02/16/24 1:00 PM

The Cal State faculty union is voting this week on a tentative agreement with management that would raise salaries and offer other benefits. A vocal group of union members says it's not enough.

Alleged shooting victim claims Club Marcella security was 'inadequate' in new lawsuit

02/21/24 3:03 AM

The lawsuit was filed by the victim of the shooting in the nightclub on Dec. 3.

An essential medical device fails people of color. A clinic is suing to fix that

02/20/24 11:00 AM

Inaccurate pulse oximeter readings are more common in Black patients than non-Black ones. It was a problem that could be ignored — until COVID-19 hit.

An L.A. weather mystery: So much rain, but relatively few destructive landslides. So far

02/16/24 2:09 PM

There is a one-two punch when it comes to widespread landslides, which require accumulated precipitation as well as intense falling rain high enough to unzipper the terrain.

Another storm is expected to hit Presidents Day weekend. How much rain could we get?

02/16/24 9:09 PM

A storm is brewing for Southern California over Presidents Day weekend, the National Weather Service says. Storms are expected in the San Francisco Bay Area too.

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