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Watch This New Mario Kart Track Take You On a Joyride Through L.A.

Local landmarks like City Hall, the Inglewood oil field, and the Santa Monica Pier are enough to power-up our civic pride with the strength of a mainlined fire flower.

July 17, 2023

‘Fake News,’ L.A. Times Owner Patrick Soon-Shiong Pushes Back Against Report That The Paper Is Up For Sale

L.A. Times Vice President of Communications Hillary Manning tells L.A. TACO: "There is no truth to it, and there are no talks."

July 17, 2023

Los Angeles Allocates More Than $1.8 Million For Portable Sinks and Toilets At Encampments After Funding Nearly Dried Up

As of July 1, there are 69 toilets and sinks on city sidewalks at 35 different locations, according to the city department that oversees the contract for the units. It's unclear where exactly those locations are though.

July 14, 2023

L.A. County Sheriff’s Deputy Punched Young Mother Holding Three-Week-Old Baby Twice In The Face During Arrest

A Los Angeles sheriff's deputy punched a young mother “twice in the face” as she held onto a three-week-old infant in her arms during an arrest in Palmdale a year ago. Video of the incident is now circulating online.

July 13, 2023

The Truth About the Los Angeles Hotel Workers’ Strike

Despite recent wins, union members still can’t afford to live anywhere near where they work.

July 12, 2023

Uniformed Los Angeles Airport Police and Firefighters Take Selfies With Former President Donald Trump at LAX

Social media users criticized the law enforcement officers and firefighters for seemingly endorsing a candidate running for office while in uniform and collecting a tax-payer-funded check.

July 10, 2023

New City Controller Report Finds Over $70 Million in Unspent City Funds

More than $70 million dollars in city funding has gone unspent for years, and in some cases more than a decade, according to a new report from the Los Angeles City Controller.

July 7, 2023

Downey Man Arrested For Allegedly Strangling Tijuana Sex Worker to Death at Hong Kong Gentlemen’s Club in Zona Norte

Bryant Rivera, 30, was arrested around 5:30 A.M. Thursday on one count of femicide at Hotel Cascadas filed against him in the state of Baja California, authorities said. A detention hearing is scheduled Monday in Los Angeles, at which federal prosecutors will ask a judge to keep Rivera behind bars during extradition proceedings.

July 7, 2023

L.A. Beaches Are a Total Mess After the 4th of July: How You Can Help

July 5th is considered the dirtiest beach day of the year, according to Surfrider Foundation. Among the items reported to be left behind are whole barbecue grills and tents that people were too lazy to break down and take back home. Not to mention a countless amount of plastic-based debris.

July 6, 2023

LAPD Officer Arrested For Alleged Assault With a Deadly Weapon in Upland

Arthur Contreras is suspected of following a fellow bar patron into a bathroom, where the off-duty officer allegedly tried to stab the man in the chest but instead cut the man's arm, the Los Angeles Times reported.

June 22, 2023