Beverly Hills police investigate antisemitic fliers at homes

As the sun rose on the first day of Hanukkah on Sunday morning, a Beverly Hills man awoke to find an antisemitic flier in his


Amid Omicron concerns, L.A. County urges mask wearing, testing, vaccinations

Amid growing concerns about the new Omicron variant, Los Angeles County health officials are urging the public to wear masks in indoor public settings and


An obstacle for Scientologists suing the church

After Chrissie Bixler told the LAPD that Scientologist and actor Danny Masterson had raped her, strangers showed up at her home, filmed her family and

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WaykiChain Made a Charity Donation to Yongtai 9-year School, Shaanxi, China

In September 2021, WaykiChain Foundation started a raw pork donation program for Yongtai 9-year School in Quzi Town, Yongshou County, Shaanxi Province. The program lasts


Beverly Hills police in standoff with motorist on Wilshire Boulevard

Beverly Hills police and a SWAT team were in a standoff with a motorist in a usually busy intersection of downtown Saturday night. The SWAT


Omicron adds peril to holidays in California and beyond

A newly identified coronavirus variant that has sparked global restrictions on travel and shaken financial markets could make the critical holiday season even more perilous


Column: Mexicans have fought for a better California for 171 years. These books show how

A rise in COVID-19 cases. A drought that just won’t quit. Record-breaking gas prices. California’s hell of a 2021 is so, well, hellacious that it’s


Why a fed-up L.A. might back homeless encampment ban

Scott Culbertson is conflicted. Not to mention frustrated. And sad. And disappointed. And, frankly, just fed up. Angelenos, I suspect many of you can relate.


LAPD on tactical alert after smash and grab robberies

Los Angeles police late Friday were on citywide tactical alert after a wave of smash-and-grab “flash mob” robberies at high-end stores. And in Lakewood, Los


Photos: Black Friday brings out diehards for the start of the #Christmas shopping season

Malls and stores report decent-sized crowds, if not the floods of people that used to fight over the latest toys and electronics. Source link