#ITookARisk: 'Top Chef' Alum Katsuji Tanabe Lets Patrons Know Their Food Was Cooked By ImmigrantsAt Nixon Chops and Whiskey in Whittier, Tanabe is using his name to shout out his immigrant staff on the upscale steak house's receipts.
'I Love Peace,' Says Boyle Heights Cafe Owner Of Protest Over Support Of Trump Immigration PoliciesAsher Shalom, owner of Asher Caffe and Lounge, says he doesn't understand what his support of Donald Trump has to do with serving good coffee.
86-Year-Old Grandma Welcomed Home After Grueling Cancer TreatmentAn 86-year-old grandmother from Oak Lawn returned home after being treated for a potentially fatal lung cancer.
South LA Residents Rally For New Gun Laws, End Of ViolenceResidents in South L.A. who are tired of gun violence on their streets teamed up with the Los Angeles Police Dept. and the L.A. County Sheriff to help remember some of their loved ones felled by firearms.
Cops Under Fire For 'Flipping A Coin' To Decide Whether They'll Arrest Speeding DriverTo add insult to injury, the "coin" flipped in the woman's favor, but Roswell Police officers Courtney Brown and Kristee Wilson decided to arrest her, anyway.
Off-Duty LAPD Officer Arrested On Suspicion Of DUI Following CrashLAPD Officer Ramon Muniz, 44, was driving one of two vehicles that collided near the intersection of Sinclair Avenue and East Chevy Chase Boulevard just before 2 p.m. Thursday.
Man Suspected Of Trying To Kill Wife With Chainsaw Arrested In San Diego CountyAlejandro Alvarez will be booked on charges of attempted murder, child endangerment, hit-and-run and grand theft auto.
Guide To The Ann Arbor Art FairEvery July, Ann Arbor is transformed into an art mecca. The majority of town and parts of campus are taken over by more than 500,000 fairgoers enjoying family friendly activities, entertainment, food and ... oh yeah ART!