Santa Monica Patch readers weighed in on a developer’s proposal to erect a five-story building on the corner of Wilshire Boulevard and Berkeley Street.
The West Hollywood City Council approved an ordinance banning commercial displays and performances involving wild and exotic animals. Patch readers weighed in on the ban.
Patch readers in Diamond Bar speculated about the mystery grocery store chain reportedly taking over the vacant Ralphs building.
People in a La Cañada Flintridge neighborhood are spooked after a dog was poisoned, and told KCBS it isn't the first time a dog has been poisoned on the 4100 block of Hampstead Road.
A rare, blue-footed booby was spotted near Gladstone’s Restaurant in Pacific Palisades early Wednesday morning.
In Palos Verdes, two schools were put on lockdown after police received a report of a man with a handgun driving nearby, according to authorities.
Actress and producer Courteney Cox and her ex-husband, David Arquette, have listed their Beverly Hills home in Trousdale Estates for $19.5 million.
In Monrovia, Gerardo Cortez, 26, was arrested for allegedly make several gun threat phone calls, including one that prompted a lockdown at Santa Fe Middle School.
Montrose Patch reported on two brothers, ages 11 and 12, who ran away from their home in Glendale. Detectives later found the boys at a friend's home in North Hollywood.
Hundreds of people took to the water south of the Redondo Beach Pier last week for a paddle-out in honor of legendary waterman and Body Glove International co-founder Bob Meistrell, who died earlier this summer.
The son of movie poster artist Bob Peak debuted a book about his father’s illustrious 40-year career at an Author Night at the South Pasadena Public Library.
Aside from a possible description of the shooter's getaway car, Los Angeles Police Department detectives have been unable to uncover any promising leads in the case of a gardener who was shot while working in the backyard of an Eagle Rock house on Aug. 31.
Nearly 24 hours before a planned power outage in Manhattan Beach, an underground transformer blew and cut off power to city residents and businesses prematurely.
Four small businesses clustered together along York Boulevard in Highland Park celebrated PARK(ing) Day on Friday by covering the sidewalk and a metered parking space with all the makings of an impromptu urban oasis.
An ethics complaint filed against a city building official overseeing the planned Millennium Hollywood skyscraper project "appears to confirm our worst fears" that the project "was rigged from the get-go," according to a spokesman for the project's opponents.
Metro and city officials kicked off a 10-month restoration effort at the historic Southern Pacific Lankershim and North Hollywood Train Depot.