# Los angeles
Things to do in Glendale California with Kids | Museum of Neon Art
We visit Glendale, California: riding the trolley at Americana at Brand, eating noodles at Marugame Udon in Glendale Galleria, checking out MONA: Museum of Neon Art, and stopping by Brand Park to look at art and the Japanese Tea House.
Top 10 Things to do in Los Angeles County in the Summer | Summer Family Fun with Kids
We show you the top 10 things to do in LA this summer.
Urgent: Search for Suspects in Los Angeles Shooting that Injured 1-Year-Old Child
Shooting Incident Leaves 1-Year-Old Child Injured in Los Angeles. Authorities in Los Angeles are actively searching for two suspects following a shooting incident that resulted in a 1-year-old child sustaining injuries. The incident took place on Monday, and law enforcement officials are working diligently to apprehend those responsible.
Public Safety Alert: Bomb Discovered During Routine Victorville Traffic Stop
In a shocking turn of events, law enforcement officers from the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department (SBSD) uncovered a potentially catastrophic situation during a routine traffic stop in Victorville. Acting on their keen instincts, deputies discovered a bomb inside a green Honda Accord, leading to the immediate arrest of the driver. This incident serves as a reminder of the tireless efforts undertaken by law enforcement personnel to ensure public safety. Let's delve into the details of this alarming discovery.
In the 1950’s Malcolm X Established A Nation of Islam Temple in South Central, Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA—On what would have been his 98th birthday, influential city leaders, community members, and activists gathered in Leimert Park for the co-naming of Crenshaw Boulevard as the historic "Malcolm X Route." This was a significant move on behalf of city leaders to make this possible, after a continuous push by local residents for many years.
California's Most Expensive Neighborhood for Multi-Million Dollar Homes Has Been Revealed
Did you know there's a neighborhood in California where the average house price is nearly $23 million? In a recent survey by CashNetUSA, researchers embarked on a mission to uncover the nation's most affluent enclaves.
A video has been recorded capturing a perilous stunt taking place on the 91 Freeway in Corona.
On Sunday, a motorist driving along the 91 Freeway in Corona captured a jaw-dropping scene on video. In the footage, an individual can be seen engaging in a so dangerous stunt, defying all norms of road safety. The video starts with the man, dressed in a green shirt and dark pants, and sporting a red bandana on his head, standing upright on the driver's side window ledge. With arms outstretched, he bravely battles against the force of the wind as his shirt flutters wildly in the air.
Los Angeles County is providing hepatitis vaccinations in response to a potential exposure at Men's Central Jail.
In response to a reported case of Hepatitis A in an individual recently jailed at Men's Central Jail, Los Angeles County health officials have taken swift action to protect public health. Starting this Saturday, they will be offering free hepatitis vaccinations to anyone who may have been exposed to the virus.
The underground tunnels of Los Angeles were used during prohibition to help create the speakeasy scene
Underneath Los Angeles are 11 miles of forgotten service tunnels primarily used during prohibition. Prohibition started on January 17, 1920, when the Volstead Act banned the manufacturing, consumption, transportation, and sale of alcohol in the US and lasted until December 1933.
Psychotherapy as a Therapeutic Tool: The Soul of Success of a Basketball Hall of Famer
It's not every day that you hear about someone who is a member of the Basketball Hall of Fame and won five NBA championships as coach of the Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers admitting that he sought out help from a psychotherapist. That's what Phil Jackson did, however, in his new book "Eleven Rings: The Soul of Success.
A thief forcibly enters a wall to rob Pokémon cards from a shop in Hemet.
Bold Break-In Man Smashes Through Wall to Grab Valuable Pokémon Cards from Hemet Game Shop. A stunning incident happened in Hemet as a local game shop is now on the hunt for a daring individual who ingeniously broke into their store by breaking through a wall, making off with a staggering full of Pokémon cards worth thousands of dollars. The audacious robbery, which happened on May 25, was caught by the store's surveillance cameras at Pozjoker Games in Hemet, leaving the shop owners determine to apprehend the robber. In a bid to rally community support, the shop recently took to social media, urgently seeking help in identifying and locating the offender behind this brazen act.
This Restaurant Has Been Named as the Spookiest Diner in Southern California
Dare to dine at the spookiest restaurant in Southern California?. Ever thought about eating at a place where you might get a little scare with your meal? If that sounds exciting, there's a restaurant in LA that's just right for you. If you're brave enough to learn more, keep reading!
36% More Californians are Heading to Texas but Ditching Austin!
Alright, y'all, let's talk about the Texan-Californian showdown that's been stirring up some buzz in the Lone Star State. Now, Austinites have been known to voice their concerns about the rapid growth of their city, and guess who's taking the heat? You got it—Californians! But here's the twist, folks—it turns out that while Californians are indeed flocking to Texas, they're not all storming the gates of Austin.
Heroic Act: Good Samaritan Saves Young Girl from Homeless Woman's Attack in South Los Angeles
A heroic act unfolded as a young girl was attacked by a homeless woman on a sidewalk. The terrifying encounter was caught on video, showcasing the moment a stranger stepped in and became a guardian angel for the defenseless child. This act of bravery has earned the rescuer praise and recognition as a true hero.
Popular Brazilian Steakhouse Marks Continued Expansion with Ninth Los Angeles Metro Location
In the face of a tough time for restaurants, some are defying the odds. A famous Brazilian steakhouse chain stands out, growing at an admirable 15% yearly. This brand is about to spice up the Los Angeles dining scene with its ninth location. The upcoming opening in Thousand Oaks this year promises not just economic benefit, but also a distinctive, vibrant style of eating out.
"Nuggets vs. Heat: The Game That Could Transform the Face of Disney World Eternally!"
"Colorado Governor's Courageous Proposal: Disney Relocation Contingent on Denver Nuggets' Victory in NBA Finals" As the NBA Finals overlook on the horizon, a fascinating plot has caught the engagement of basketball devotees and Disney fans alike. It appears that Colorado Governor Jared Polis and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis have confronted in a friendly bet that counts an additional coating of excitement to the crown series. The twist? The iconic Walt Disney World Resort is at the heart of the wager.
"The Baseball Lawsuit That Changed Everything: Seeking Justice for the Blinded Fan"
In a shocking incident at Angel Stadium, a fan attending a Los Angeles Angels baseball match was tragically blinded when a baseball thrown into the stands hit him in the face. The happening has resulted in a lawsuit against the team and has flashed overall talks about fan safety and the duties of teams and participants.
Pathetic clashes in Senegal : 9 Lives lost and Social Media Ban!
A violent clash between the police and followers of Senegalese opponent leader Ousmane Sonko has turned deadly, proclaiming the lives of nine people, according to the government. In reaction to the violence, charges have taken the intense step of banning several popular social media platforms.