Monthly Archives: September 2015

Rowena Road Diet traffic and anger spill over into side streets

SILVER LAKE -- The biggest complaint about the Rowena Road Diet heard at a recent community meeting was about the drivers who now jam side streets looking for a short cut. A video posted by LAist shows how jammed and heated things get on one of the side streets, Angus Street, where drivers are shown getting out of their cars and screaming at each other. Read More »

Coyote attacks girl in Elysian Park; the westward migration of a Boyle Heights statue; Gold Line trains back to normal

MORNING REPORT: A three-year-old girl was bitten in the neck by a coyote while she was in a playground in Elysian Park. Two coyotes were later trapped and euthanized but DNA evidence indicated that neither animal had bitten the girl .... A statue once located in Boyle Heights and now found in the Fairfax District reflects the westward migration of Jewish residents .... Gold Line trains were operating normally this morning after damaged overhead lines were repaired Read More »

Silver Lake robber stabs woman in face; Gold Line service disrupted; school launches $100,000 fundraiser

MORNING REPORT: A robber stabbed a woman in the face and then stole her purse early this morning near Sunset Boulevard and Parkman Avenue in Silver Lake .... Friends of Micheltorena wants to raise $100,000 in six weeks to support the Silver Lake school .... Gold Line passengers face delays this morning as Metro crews repairs the overhead power system that was damaged late Monday afternoon near the Heritage Square Station Read More »