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Authorities sought to serve a search warrant on someone believed to be in the Los Feliz Blvd. apartment in relation to a killing of a 23-year-old man last week.
Los Angeles is guaranteed to get either the 2024 or 2028 Olympics, as only two cities are still in the running.
The lower floor will become a physical rehabilitation center, according to St. Mary of the Angels' Father Christopher Kelley. Locals have wondered for months now, what would be replaced at the site, which was, for a long time, called the area's City Hall, as many community meetings were held on the 2nd floor of the building.
The project, which was originally meant to be paid for entirely by donation, is part of the Los Angeles River Revitalization Master Plan.
The renovation, which has been in the works since February, is expected to begin 'within the next few months,' according to a Ryu spokesperson.
Increased DASH service, Purple Line extension and tree-trimming among line items.
Neighborhood council votes are advisory only, but carry much weight in City Council decisions.
The Griffith Park entrance has become an issue of public access vs. homeowners' rights.
Casual vulgarities abound and no topics are verboten as Murphy and Shorr bask in their podcast’s loose, unpretentious vibe.
CD4 now has an estimated 783 homeless individuals living within its boundaries.
Los Angeles still lacks a comprehensive visitor's center.
Although the Catalina’s pleasurable pursuits are reason enough to visit, the island’s long cultural history is worth exploring at the Catalina Island Museum.

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[UPDATE] Police Focus on Los Feliz Apt. in OC Murder Case

Authorities sought to serve a search warrant on someone believed to be in the Los Feliz Blvd. apartment in relation to a killing of a 23-year-old man last week.

Both 2024 and 2028 Olympics to Be Decided in Sept.

Los Angeles is guaranteed to get either the 2024 or 2028 Olympics, as only two cities are still in the running.

Atwater Bridge a Go Despite 4x Original Cost

The project, which was originally meant to be paid for entirely by donation, is part of the Los Angeles River Revitalization Master Plan.

“Triangle” Makeover Delayed

The renovation, which has been in the works since February, is expected to begin 'within the next few months,' according to a Ryu spokesperson.

LFNC Trades Height for Affordable Housing

Neighborhood council votes are advisory only, but carry much weight in City Council decisions.

Gate Closure Remains Conundrum

The Griffith Park entrance has become an issue of public access vs. homeowners' rights.

Los Feliz: The Podcast Celebrates Local Quirks and Minutiae

Casual vulgarities abound and no topics are verboten as Murphy and Shorr bask in their podcast’s loose, unpretentious vibe.

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