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91-year-old man goes missing in Highland Park; Lincoln Heights stabbing

MORNING REPORT: Police captured a Lincoln Heights man after he allegedly stabbed a process server in the 1700 block of Albion Street and then fled the scene .... Authorities launched a search for a 91-year-old man with Alzheimer's who was last seen in the 5500 block of Marmion Way in Highland Park ... Metro will close the Little Tokyo Gold Line station through March and transport passengers on shuttle buses between the Pico-Aliso and Union stations ... Read More »

December dusk

MONTECITO HEIGHTS — Martha Benedict took the photo above as the setting sun turned the clouds shades of orange and crimson at the end of ... Read More »

Highland Park stabbing victim identified; Silver Lake’s Chandelier Tree vandalized; $137 million makeover for Roosevelt High

MORNING REPORT: The man who was fatally stabbed in Highland Park early Wednesday morning has been identified as 24-year-old Bryan Wilfredo Najarro .... A colorful parking meter that serves as a donation box for Silver Lake's Chandelier Tree was vandalized, with the thieves picking the lock and stealing the device used to receive credit card contributions .... A new auditorium, gymnasium, lunch shelter and classrooms will be built at Roosevelt Senior High under a $137 million project approved by the Los Angeles Unified School Board Read More »

The challenges facing Lincoln Heights Olympic Village; Atwater girls get cooking with new kitchen

MORNING REPORT: The on going transformation of an industrial property in Lincoln Heights into a new park shows the challenges and costs that may face a proposal to turn a nearby rail yard into the home for 17,000 athletes and staff if the city hosts the 2024 Olympics .... Taking The Reins, an Atwater nonprofit that works with at-risk girls, has opened a new kitchen after receiving at $23,000 grant and the assistance of its landlord Read More »

$400,000 makeover for East L.A. baseball field; Echo Park church having 2,500 people over for Thanksgiving dinner

MORNING REPORT: The L.A. County Board of Supervisors approved $400,000 worth of improvements to the Belvedere Park baseball field that will be partly funded by the L.A. Dodgers Foundation .... St. Athanasius Episcopal Church in Echo Park is expected to serve free Thanksgiving dinners to an estimated 2,500 people beginning at 11:30 a.m. .... Join The Eastsider Photo Pool or tag your Instagram photos with #eastsiderla or send them via email to [email protected] Read More »

Echo Park shoe repairman faces a long wait for a home; NELA median home sales prices top $600,000

MORNING REPORT: A 71-year-old homeless Echo Park shoe repairman who works and lives out of a van faces a 3- to 10-year wait to get an affordable apartment .... The median price for homes sold in September across several Northeast L.A. neighborhoods rose above $600,000 .... A Hearst heiress has purchased a Los Feliz Spanish Colonial Revival estate designed by Paul Williams for $11 million Read More »

Highland Park middle school locked down; fire strikes El Sereno duplex

MORNING REPORT: Luther Burbank Middle School in Highland Park was locked down on Friday after a gunman barricaded himself in a nearby building .... Firefighters took 18 minutes to put out a blaze on Sunday afternoon at a 2-story duplex in the 2900 block of Chadwick Drive .... Got photos to share? Join The Eastsider Photo Pool or tag your Instagram photos with #eastsiderla or send them via email to [email protected] Read More »

Lincoln Heights family files suit over fatal police shooting; 10 new townhomes planned for Eagle Rock

MORNING REPORT: The family of a Lincoln Heights man who was shot to death by LAPD officers have filed a lawsuit, claiming that Luis Molina Martinez was shot in the back while face down on the floor and that officers falsified evidence .... A Glendale developer released a rendering of 10 new small-lot townhomes being built across from the Sparkletts bottling plant in Eagle Rock .... CicLAvia rolling into Boyle Heights on Sunday Read More »