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Live performances, free beer and cheesesteak come to High Fidelity.
 The gushing water undermined the hillside and sent debris and mud onto a number of streets, including Hillside and Franklin avenues.
East Hollywood's results have been finalized, while Atwater, Echo Park, Los Feliz and Silver Lake results have not.
The developer and owner of the land, Ben Forat, is planning to build a 250-unit apartment and condominium complex at the site
Opponents to Target's size say they will legally challenge today's decision by Los Angeles City Council to amend planning laws to accommodate the store.
The National Park Service will assess coyotes' diets.
Nuns were 'horribly represented' in the case, said Archdiocese attorney.
New parking restrictions have pitted merchants against homeowners.
The police commission ruled the officer acted in fear of his own life and was justified in shooting the unarmed man.
Activists say law needs to 'catch up' to L.A.'s street vending culture.
'This is a matter of greed,' said Wilson. 'The people that this affects the most are the people that cannot afford it'
A spike in commercial rents has pushed galleries out of Silver Lake and Los Feliz.
This Dodgers Stadium and Police Academy adjacent park is a hiker's oasis.
The new mural, painted on top of a pre-existing mural, violates the Visual Artists Rights Act.
The Rowena Reservoir's grassy border has been replaced with gravel in an attempt to conserve water.
The next flea market falls on Saturday, May 14th, and will feature live music from DJ Floating Monk.
Find creative workshops, yoga classes, comedy shows, art galleries, professional development classes and more at the female-centric space.

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City Reverses LaBonge Cahuenga Zoning Change

The developer and owner of the land, Ben Forat, is planning to build a 250-unit apartment and condominium complex at the site

O’Farrell Says Target Much Needed & Job Creator

Opponents to Target's size say they will legally challenge today's decision by Los Angeles City Council to amend planning laws to accommodate the store.

Nuns Seek to Block Perry Sale Until Vatican Weighs In

Nuns were 'horribly represented' in the case, said Archdiocese attorney.

Nuns Claim Incorrect Translation Botched Case

IHM sisters allege judge's decision was based on incomplete information.

Hollywood Sign “Band-Aid” Makes for Bad Beachwood Blood

New parking restrictions have pitted merchants against homeowners.

Attorney Says Ruling “No Impact” on DeLeon Lawsuit

The police commission ruled the officer acted in fear of his own life and was justified in shooting the unarmed man.

O’Farrell Case Dismissed

Plaintiff Kimberly Canody requested the dismissal, but has the option to refile at a later date.

Local Produces Documentary on Dodgers TV Shut Out

'This is a matter of greed,' said Wilson. 'The people that this affects the most are the people that cannot afford it'

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