Staff Writer, LA Times
latimes.com — Monday’s morning commute started off horribly for drivers in the San Gabriel Valley when a big rig carrying fruit overturned on the 210, blocking lanes in both directions in Monrovia for most of the morning.
latimes.com — One man was shot and killed in an officer-involved-shooting inside the Alhambra Police Department station. (KTLA / ) A man shot by Alhambra police inside the police headquarters lobby on Friday morning has died, a coroner's spokesman said.
latimes.com — One shot in lobby of Alhambra Police Department. Los Angeles County sheriff's officials said they are responding to reports of an officer-involved shooting inside the Alhambra police station.
latimes.com — Fast-food news travels fast: Taco Bell is quietly testing a new "waffle taco" at three Southern California locations, including its Santa Ana restaurant on Grand Avenue. And by 10 a.m. Tuesday, a steady stream of customers was coming in to order the new breakfast menu item in multiples -- four, six, 10 or more -- for a mere 89 cents each.
latimes.com — Orange County may owe the state as much as $150 million after a judge tentatively ruled this week that it must pay back funds originally meant for local schools and community colleges. The lawsuit, filed by the state, alleges that county officials broke the law when they redirected the funds.
latimes.com — The Kiss Cam moments at stadiums and arenas often make for good entertainment, but during a minor league baseball game in Fresno last week something went wrong for one couple. Sometimes when the camera pans around and finds couples it can be awkward because they're not really a couple.
latimes.com — The phone jangles in the bright white-walled computer shop off Hillhurst Avenue, and Ariel Belkin picks it up. "Los FEE-lus Hi-Tech," he says. "This is Ariel." After the call comes his confession. The 30-year-old tech whiz, who also plays guitar in a band, moved to Los Feliz from the Valley a year and a half ago.
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