Miracle Mile Now Poised for Historic Status

Historic status, known as an Historic Preservation Overlay Zone (HPOZ), for the Miracle Mile area of Los Angeles was approved late Tuesday by the Los Angeles City Council’s Planning and Land Use Management (PLUM)...

Attempted Murder Charged: Koreatown Hate Crime

(KOREATOWN) A man who attacked a woman with a hammer on South Vermont Avenue near Olympic Boulevard, has been charged with attempted murder with a hate crime enhancement, police said today. The 24-year-old woman...

Support Leaning Heavily for Miracle Mile Historic Status

Los Angeles City Councilmember David Ryu announced today he has received “overwhelming support” to name an area within the city’s “Miracle Mile,” district as historic, according to a statement. In February, Ryu indicated he...

Larchmont Bank Robber Still at Large

WINDSOR SQUARE—The Major Crimes Division of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation are investigating a bank robbery that occurred at the Chase Bank branch at 101 N. Larchmont Boulevard....

Garcetti Re-Elected in a Landslide

LARCHMONT–Mayor Eric Garcetti stopped by Noah’s Bagels on Larchmont Boulevard this morning, after easily outpacing a field of 10 challengers in yesterday’s election and avoiding a May runoff to keep his job. The mayor proclaimed...

Measure S Defeated

Los Angeles voters last night solidly defeated Measure S, a hotly debated initiative aimed at limiting development by blocking General Plan amendments for two years. The initiative was the most expensive—and in many ways...

High School Sports Roundup

LOYOLA HIGH SCHOOL The Loyola basketball team earned a playoff berth with an 18-9 regular season record, finishing third place in the powerhouse Mission League. Loyola was preparing to host a CIF Division 1A...

[SENIOR MOMENTS] Our Housing Crises

The election on March 7th will propose additional solutions for our city’s ongoing concern about housing construction not keeping up with population growth. We are confronted with high homelessness counts, scarcity of affordable housing,...

[THIRD STREET SCHOOL] Lunar New Year

In the week of Lunar New Year, Korean Dual Language Program (KDLP) students from many nationalities learn about the customs, traditions, games and food Koreans eat on Lunar New Year. Moms of the students...