FBI Investigating Possible Corruption In LA Real Estate Development DealsThe FBI is seeking evidence of possible bribery, extortion, money laundering and other crimes as part of a corruption investigation at Los Angeles City Hall.
PCH, Grapevine Reopen After Storm Brings Rain, Snow To SoCalMonday’s storm dumped rain across the region and raised fears of mudslides in recent burn areas, while dropping enough snow to close the 5 Freeway through the Grapevine.
Dine-And-Dash Dater Turns Himself In For Jail SentenceA man dubbed the “Dine-and-Dash Dater” for walking out on checks while on first dates with numerous women at Southland restaurants surrendered Monday to serve his 120-day jail sentence.
Southland Storm Prompts Mudslide Concerns And Evacuation WarningsHeavy rains drenched Southern California Monday, raising mudslide concerns in recent burn areas and prompting evacuations.
Thousands Pack LA Streets For Teachers’ StrikeIn the first walkout since 1989, the 30,000 teachers represented by United Teachers of Los Angeles went on strike after 21 months of failed negotiations.
Wake Up Weather (Jan. 15)A second day of rain is expected to get underway by Tuesday afternoon.