April 16-27, 2014

Top Stories
White House Intruder Went to SoCal High School

White House Intruder Went to SoCal High School

Friends of an Iraq war veteran from Southern California accused of scaling the White House fence said Monday that even in high school he had a military crew cut, a spit-and-polish attitude and a growing interest...

Painter Awarded Nearly $8K for $150 Job

Painter Awarded Nearly $8K for $150 Job

For 21 years Kevin Nickel has been self employed as a painter. He says hiring a day laborer, for one day, could mean the end of his business. "I feel I was set up. I think this was all a set up," said...

Residents Upset By Three-Day Water Main Leak

Residents Upset By Three-Day Water Main Leak

It's a familiar sight - DWP crews working to fix yet another water main break. Yet as crews worked Monday, what upset some residents of a neighborhood near Olympic and Robertson boulevards this time around...

Father Charged With Murder in 6-Year-Old Son's Stabbing

Father Charged With Murder in 6-Year-Old Son's Stabbing

A father was charged Monday morning with murder for allegedly murdering his 6-year-old son last week.

LA County Billboards Campaign Against Human Trafficking

LA County Billboards Campaign Against Human Trafficking

More than 40 anti-human trafficking billboards were unveiled Monday morning in Los Angeles County in an effort to help raise awareness about the crime described as a modern day form of slavery.

Dock Fire Threatens Ship

Dock Fire Threatens Ship

A ship and warehouse are threatened by a fire in Wilmington, fire officials said.