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On Monday, parents kept their children home from school to protest the statewide student vaccination mandate.
A collision at an intersection sent one car careening onto the sidewalk, fatally striking the child and seriously injuring a woman.
The smell in Carson linked to the Dominguez Channel is an emergency, Rep. Nanette Barragán says.
Law enforcement agents destroyed more than 1 million illegally grown marijuana plants this year in an attempt to curb the widespread grows that undercut California's legal marketplace.
In a letter to council members, Ridley-Thomas said he will fight the "outrageous allegations" and resume participation at an "appropriate" time.
Attorneys for Kobe Bryant's widow also argue it is 'adding insult to injury' for L.A. County to refuse to make Sheriff Alex Villaneuva and Fire Chief Daryl Osby available for routine depositions.
Female firefighters and civil rights advocates on Monday called on LAFD Chief Ralph Terrazas to resign after reports of abuse, harassment and retaliation of female firefighters in the department.
Gov. Gavin Newsom is emphasizing holding cities accountable for state laws on zoning and approving housing projects, including starting a new effort staffed with more than dozen employees to enforce the rules.
The weather system was far more dramatic in central and Northern California, where measurable rain and even snowfall were recorded at higher elevations.
The average accumulation of rain and snowfall across the state totaled only 11.87 inches during the 2021 water year, which ran Oct. 1, 2020, through Sept. 30.
Internal squabbles, budget worries and a failure to prioritize the wildfire threat have held Sacramento back in addressing the state's blazes, columnist George Skelton writes.
Scientists and California state officials are working together to study Earth's rapidly changing systems and make more informed decisions.
In L.A. County, health officials are enlisting people living in tents, RVs and makeshift shelters to help get unhoused people vaccinated.
An L.A. County sheriff's deputy had fatally shot a man on the same Whittier block where three people were critically wounded in a shooting at a Halloween house party five days later, authorities said.
Some boat ramps and docks are hundreds of feet from the water line, said Geoffrey Schladow, director of the UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center.
Clinton, 75, was treated for a urological infection that spread to his blood.
This month's spill was over 10 times larger than regulators in the 1970s predicted in the event of an anchor strike on the pipeline. Their miscalculation may have missed an opportunity to enact safeguards, experts say.
Investigators say the ship was involved in an anchor-dragging incident in January, near the pipeline that was the source of this month's oil spill.
Rep. Karen Bass kicked off her campaign for L.A. mayor in front of a crowd of 700 supporters. One notable absence, though, was felt: Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas.
Clinton, 75, was admitted to UC Irvine Medical Center on Tuesday after feeling fatigued.
A fascinating photo gallery following the bloody footsteps of David Berkowitz. Between 1975 and 1977, Berkowitz killed 6 people and injured 9, including two young women he claimed he stabbed prior to his “Son of Sam” reign of terror. While most people know David Berkowitz as a serial killer, he was also one of the […]
While you might recognize this man as a popular Youtube cover artist, the seemingly sweet elderly man, known as PlasmaMasterDon, turned out to be a registered sex offender. On December 11, 2020, crime and mystery Youtuber Nick Crowley published a video uncovering the sickening misdeeds of the beloved Youtube sensation he had stumbled upon on […]
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On January 30, 2018, at 1:20 p.m., an unknown man impersonated an employee and robbed a small farmers market stand in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. The only solid lead police had was an amateur sketch of the suspect. While the sketch may have appeared amateurish and cartoonish, it, along with the distinctive physical descriptors, jogged the memory […]
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On July 28, 1980, 32-year-old double-murderer Troy Leon Gregg did the unthinkable. Followed by three other condemned murderers, Gregg escaped from Georgia State Prison’s death row by disguising himself as a corrections officer. The murderous four had sawn through the bars of their fourth-floor cells and a window in an exercise area and walked along […]
In October 2018, 59-year-old true crime author Paul Harrison introduced his latest book, Mind Games, in which he claimed to have personally interviewed over 100 most notorious serial killers. Described as the “master of the true crime genre,” the author of over 30 true crime books claimed to have worked as a police officer in […]
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On August 4, 1967, 15-year-old James Gordon Wolcott grabbed a .22 long-barrel rifle and killed his father, mother, and 17-year-old sister in cold blood. After murdering his family, Wolcott flagged down a passing car and told the driver his parents had been shot. The teenager appeared distraught and hysterical when police arrived but soon changed […]
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On October 13, 1984, a 20-year-old Texas college student Angela Samota was found dead in her apartment. The autopsy showed that Samota had been raped and then repeatedly stabbed, dying from wounds to her heart. Her case went cold until Samota’s friend and roommate Sheila Wysocki decided to take the matter into her own hands. […]
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On April 28, 1978, Dennis Rader broke into the home of his 8th victim, Anna Williams. Rader cut her phone lines and spent hours waiting for her to come back. Fortunately, the 63-year-old escaped death by making an extra stop at her daughter’s house on her way home. Rader spent hours waiting but became impatient […]
The post Meet the Woman Who Escaped BTK’s Grasp By Sheer Luck appeared first on True Crime Magazine.
Today, Times Square is glittering with dazzling neon lights and giant digital billboards. It’s big, bright, and unforgettable. But in the 1970s, “the heart of the world” was a hunting ground for the American Jack the Ripper, Richard Cottingham. Between 1967 and 1980, Cottingham brutally murdered and dismembered at least 6 women, and claimed to […]
On September 16, 2001, a young man checked into a motel in Amanda Park, Washington under the name of Lyle Stevik. The following day, Stevik was found dead in his room. He had used his belt to hang himself in a closet and left a note that simply read “suicide.” On the nightstand, a Gideon […]
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