Thursday, October 27, 2016

Monthly Archives: August 2016

4 Bands 20 Bucks 1 Great Cause


More Than A Cone hosts its 3rd annual animal charity art auction gala with live bands, live painting, a runway cone fashion show, a short film fest, and pet adoptions on Saturday, September 10th, from 7 pm to 11 pm at The Autry in Griffith Park. Read More »

Echo Park shooting leaves two injured [updated]

crime scene on temple and edgeware

ECHO PARK — Two men were injured this afternoon during what police say was a possible gang-related shooting near Temple and Bixel streets. The two victims, described as male Latinos in their 30s, were transported to a hospital in what appeared to be stable condition, said ... Read More »

Boy found dead in Echo Park had been subject of several child welfare reports; L.A. County-USC patient files stolen; water gushing in El Sereno

Mount Washington | Mary-Austin Klein

MORNING REPORT: Yonatan Aguilar, the 11-year-old who was found dead in a closet in Echo Park, and his family had been the subject of six investigations by child welfare authorities .... A thief broke who into a car belonging to an employee of the L.A. County-USC Medical Center in Boyle Heights stole the files of more than 700 patients .... Water was sent gushing about 200 feet into the air early this morning after a hit-and-run driver struck a fire hydrant in the 3600 block of Monterey Road in El Sereno Read More »

Take that!

Photo by Scott Fajac

ECHO PARK — A firefighter douses a clump of cactus while putting out a fire that broke out early this evening along a fence on the southwestern side of Elysian Park near Sutherland Street. About 30-feet of fence burned, said resident Scott Fajack, but the fire ... Read More »

Echo Park empty lots may not be empty for long


ECHO PARK — New homes and restaurants are planned for a trio of empty lots on Alvarado Street and Glendale Boulevard.  These projects have been in the works for a while but it looks like their backers are renewing efforts to get them built. Here’s the ... Read More »