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Organizers of the city’s first marijuana farmers market, the California Heritage Market — which premiered on Fourth of July — will hold a news conference with internationally recognized experts on marijuana regulation. Participants will discuss a pending court case which led to a judge recently shutting down the market and issuing a restraining order against organizers, contact says.
(FOX 11 / CNS) Two men have been injured in a three-vehicle crash in the 13300 block of Chandler Boulevard in Van Nuys, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department. A utility pole has been damaged, and some wires are down.
Firefighters on Friday rescued two people and two dogs from an island of shrubbery in the middle of the rain-swollen Los Angeles River near Cypress Park.
Every year there are over three hundred children at risk of being sold into prostitution in the United States. In fact over one thousand children are sex trafficked.
In the wake of the terrorist attack on a mall in Kenya, authorities say Southern California shopping malls are safe.
A Customs and Border Protection officer at Los Angeles International Airport has been arrested on suspicion of illegally exporting weapons from the United States to the Philippines.