LOS ANGELES, CA — Share-worthy stories from across the Southland Patch cities to talk about tonight.
Stephen and Ziggy will perform a tribute at BeachLife Festival on what would have been their father’s 76th birthday.
The Malibu Planning Commission approved plans for the four-day festival with concessions for neighbors affected by noise and parking.
The fatal crash Friday morning triggered delays on the B and D lines.
Thomas Barrack, who chaired President Donald Trump’s inaugural committee, was granted a bail package.
A state appeals court panel sided with Angelina Jolie in removing a privately hired judge overseeing the years-long custody battle.
The Artist Alley is located in the Monrovia Community Center and features rotating work from local artists.
A DUI, driver’s license checkpoint is slated for Friday in the Mar Vista and Venice area.
The Culver City Police Department is sharing more information about its new crisis negotiation team.
The Inland Valley Humane Society provides animal control services for the city of Glendora.
A traffic signal power outage prompted delays for drivers in Palos Verdes, city officials said Friday.
The chase began in Barstow and ended in Norwalk after the suspect crashed into a fence.
Santa Monica City Council announced its new city manager.
The free backpacks will be filled with school supplies to help children in Pasadena and Altadena get ready for the upcoming year.
The emergency shelter at the Long Beach Convention Center closed Friday after the last of 1,538 children were placed with families.
The campaign is sponsored by the Glendora Police Department and is looking for school supplies for the upcoming academic year.
The work is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. Friday and conclude at the end of service on Sunday.
Following a sewage spill in El Segundo, residents are eligible for hotel and air conditioning unit reimbursements.
The Walnut City Council has been conducting its meetings virtually throughout the pandemic, but that may be coming to an end soon.