Metro Los Angeles is moving forward with releasing its onslaught of TAP “wearables” that include various wristbands and keychains, allowing transiters to avoid having to pull out their wallets and use a TAP card.
The Palmdale-based plane can carry 30,000 pounds of scientific instruments and equipment and can seat up to 45 experimenters and flight crew.
Timy Jo Griffin, 24, pleaded not guilty to the charges of murder and reckless endangerment of a child on Thursday, according to the Plymouth County District Attorney’s office.
Friends of the Earth—which has garnered 2,460 signatures on the petition so far—is claiming a number of things, including an accusation that the public wasn’t properly notified about the project.
Police said the woman told them she was driving north on Atlantic Avenue in North Long Beach when someone shot at her car.
He also admitted to cheating on his taxes and lying about his contacts and interests in China so he could get a security clearance.
Things went haywire on social media this week. We also have some fact-checking, updates on the Council District 2 and 1 races, and the ONE thing we’d like to take from the old City Hall.
New rules that went into effect earlier this week bar most migrants from seeking protection as refugees if they have passed through another country first.
Elmezayen allegedly drove a car with his partner and two youngest children off a wharf at the Port of Los Angeles and escaped by swimming out the open driver’s side window.
Benny, who may have been abused, got a second chance. A birthday bash will raise funds for other cats like him.
Police arrested a 31-year-old man after he walked into a Long Beach Police Department building with his attorney, who identified him as the suspect in the shooting death of 46-year-old Nancy Romero, authorities announced today.
Anaheim’s Mayor Harry Sidhu will be part of a team that will lead negotiations with the Los Angeles Angels. Some members objected to his nomination because of his financial ties to the team.
Measure A has generated tens of millions of dollars the city has spent on roads, police and fire personnel. If it goes away, city leaders say cuts could come even as tax rates remain the same.