Take a look at four stories to watch Tuesday Sept. 4.
Photos: Where LA Began
When it comes to significant dates in Los Angeles' history, Sept. 4 is hard to top. It's recognized as the date 44 settlers founded El Pueblo de la Reina de Los Angeles. See photos of the historic site where Los Angeles was founded.
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[LA GALLERY] A Look at How Los Angeles Was Born
Bridging a Gap in Earthquake Research
The replacement for the Gerald Desmond Bridge over the Port of Long Beach will be more than a crucial route for cargo trucks to and from the nation's second-busiest port. The bridge is being built with about 75 seismic sensors that will measure the forces imparted on the span when one of several nearby faults set off an earthquake. What that means for seismologists.
[LA GALLERY] Photos: New Bridge is a Science Experiment for Earthquake Research
Misdemeanor Charges Filed Against LAPD Commander, Sergeant
Prosecutors filed misdemeanor charges Tuesday against a Los Angeles police commander and sergeant who were found allegedly intoxicated inside an unmarked police sedan in Glendale. Read the full story.
News Conference: Trader Joe's Shooting Victim's Family Members
Family members of Mely Corado, the Trader Joe's employee shot and killed in a police shootout with a pursuit suspect outside Trader Joe's in Silver Lake, plan to join attorneys at an afternoon news conference. The news conference comes on the same day the LAPD released more video of the shootout. We'll be updating this article when it happens.