2 On Your Side: Tenancy In CommonThere’s a new form of home ownership that promises a more affordable way to buy in Los Angeles. It’s called tenancy in common, and it has some very vocal supporters and critics. Kristine Lazar investigates.
Man Arrested In Connection With Death Of Celebrity Therapist Bonds Out Of JailGareth Pursehouse was arrested Saturday afternoon in connection with her murder. He bonded out of jail Tuesday evening after being held on a $2 million bail.
Travelers On Second Cruise Ship Trying To Get Home After Coronavirus ScareA comedian on the Holland America Westerdam cruise ship said he was entertaining guests aboard a cruise to Asia last week when a woman headed home from the cruise ended up testing positive for the coronavirus.
Riverside Sheriff Identifies 3 Men Found Dead In Perris CemeteryThe three men — 50-year-old Jaime Covarrubias Espindola, 38-year-old Jose Maria Aguilar-Espejel and 28-year-old Rodrigo Aguilar-Espejel — were all killed next to the Perris Valley Cemetery grave bearing the name of Uver Hernandez Castaneda, a local man who was killed in Mexico in a reported cartel-related hit.
Los Angeles Has Become The Nation’s Least Affordable Housing MarketLos Angeles has become the least affordable housing market — beating out New York City and even San Francisco — according to HousingWire.com.
OC Sheriff’s Department Investigating After Mission Viejo Man Finds Bones In BackyardAccording to a sheriff’s spokesperson, the owner of the home in the 24000 block of Via Madrugada was digging post holes for a fence in his backyard Monday when he found the bones. A neighbor then called the sheriff’s department.
‘Amie Cannot Die In Vain’: Friends Remember Hollywood Therapist Killed Outside HomeGareth Pursehouse was arrested Saturday afternoon in connection with her death and was being held on $2 million bail.
Evelyn Taft’s Weather Forecast (Feb. 18)Evelyn Taft takes a look at tonight’s weather forecast.
Trump Makes Brief Trip To California For Meeting With Olympics Committee After Issuing Slew Of PardonsDrivers in the L.A. metro area faced rolling road closures and major traffic delays with President Donald Trump visiting the region Tuesday for a fundraising event and a meeting with local officials to discuss plans for the 2028 Olympic Games.
Tickets For Kobe And Gianna Bryant Memorial Almost On SaleWith demand likely exceeding the number of tickets for sale, those who registered before Monday night’s deadline will be entered into a lottery and randomly selected to purchase tickets.
Santa Clarita Man Evacuated From Cruise Ship Off Coast Of Japan Tests Positive For CoronavirusA Santa Clarita couple has been placed in isolation in the United States after being evacuated off of a quarantined cruise ship of the coast of Japan over concerns that they might have contracted the novel coronavirus.
‘It Had A Skull And Some Bones’: Mission Viejo Man Finds Bag Of Remains In BackyardOrange County Sheriff’s deputies continued their investigation Tuesday after a Mission Viejo man found what might be human bones in his backyard.
2 On Your Side: RobocallsWe all get them – and we all hate them. But could you be making money off those annoying robocalls? Kristine Lazar has more.
Fire Crews Battling Gas Fire After Line Ruptures In Aliso ViejoA gas line ruptured in Aliso Viejo Tuesday evening and caught fire, prompting fire crews to hold off the flames while the gas company worked to shut off gas to the line.
Trump Makes Fourth Presidential Visit To LA; Closures Likely To Affect Westside TrafficThe president arrived at L.A. International Airport around 4:15 p.m. to begin a four-day West Coast fundraising trip.
Trump Pardons LA Billionaire Michael Milken: ‘He Suffered Greatly’One of the prosecutors on Milken’s case was Rudy Giuliani, now Trump’s personal attorney.
Deaths Of Men Found In Perris Cemetery Might Be Cartel Related, Sheriff SaysAccording to Bianco, the killings appeared to be done execution-style and investigators were looking into the possibility that they were cartel-related.
1 Dead, 1 Injured After Fall From Roof Of Garden Grove HomeA woman is dead and a man is critically injured after the couple fell from the third story window of a home in Garden Grove Monday night.
Actress Ja’net DuBois, ‘Good Times’ Star, Dies At Age 74Actress and singer Ja’net DuBois, best known for her role as Willona Woods on the classic CBS sitcom “Good Times,” has died. She was 74.
OC Sheriff’s Department Investigating After Mission Viejo Man Finds Bones In BackyardOrange County Sheriff’s deputies continued their investigation Tuesday after a Mission Viejo man found what might be human bones in his backyard.
President Trump To Visit LA Tuesday, Several Road Closures In EffectDrivers in the L.A. metro area should be prepared for rolling road closures and major traffic delays with President Donald Trump visiting the region Tuesday afternoon and evening for a fundraising event and a meeting with local officials to discuss plans for the 2028 Olympic Games. Tina Patel reports.
‘Day By Day’: Family Of Man Sucker Punched During Road Rage Incident Speaks OutPolice say they tracked down a juvenile suspect in the New Year’s Day assault on David Gonzalez, and identified a second suspect. DeMarco Morgan and Suzanne Marques report.
New California Law Prompts Boy Scouts Of America To File For BankruptcyThe organization is facing hundreds of sexual abuse lawsuits after the passage of a new California law extending the time victims can file a civil lawsuit. Jake Reiner reports.
Family Of Whittier Man Shot, Killed By Deputies Files Civil Rights LawsuitThe family of a mentally-ill Whittier man who was shot and killed by Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies last year after allegedly brandishing a large knife filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the agency Tuesday, claiming the shooting was unjustified. Kara Finnstrom reports.