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Daily Archives: February 8, 2017

Eagle Rock shooting leaves juvenile injured

EAGLE ROCK — Police tonight are looking for a suspect in the shooting of a male juvenile near the Yosemite Recreation Center in what is believed to be a gang-related crime. The victim was taken to a hospital in stable condition following the shooting, which took place at about 6:20 p.m. near Yosemite Drive and La Roda Avenue, said LAPD spokeswoman ... Read More »

For Sale: Modern Gem on the Eastside

4530 VISTA SUPERBA DR. | $1,245,000 | Property Website Perched atop one of LA’s fastest growing Northeast communities, this gorgeous NEW CONSTRUCTION modern 3BD/2.5BA (1636 Living s.f. , 1914 s.f. Floor Area) entertainer’s home with stunning finishes & breathtaking views. Located in the tranquil and serene hills above Glendale, minutes away from Downtown but far away to offer privacy and ... Read More »

Silver Lake honors the 50th anniversary of a historic gay rights protest

SILVER LAKE –  It was 50 years ago this coming Saturday that hundreds of protesters gathered outside the Sunset Boulevard gay bar named the Black Cat to protest police brutality and entrapment of gays. Accounts of the day said it was a peaceful event, and photos show men, some dressed in coat and tie, and women holding up protest signs. While ... Read More »

Elysian Heights trash truck rescue

ELYSIAN HEIGHTS — Heavy-duty tow trucks were called in this morning after a city sanitation truck became stuck on the embankment off a narrow, hillside street near Elysian Park. The green sanitation truck was perched and leaning at the top of a steep slope on Duane Street near Park Drive.  Scott Barber took shots before the tow trucks arrived while ... Read More »

So many potholes; ideas wanted for Sixth Street Bridge park; congressional candidates campaign for endorsements

MORNING REPORT: Blame the Rain: The Bureau of Street Services says that the number of requests to fill potholes rose from an average of 30 a day to an average of 120 in January ... The city is seeking ideas and input from the public for the design of the 12-acre park that will be built below the new Sixth Street bridge .... The candidates running to replace Xavier Becerra as representative of California's 34th Congressional District have been busy picking up endorsements. Read More »