Week in Review: Man Shot Outside Tarzana Pot Shop, Encino McDonalds to Reopen and More

Here are some of the headline highlights from the week beginning January 23.


Cooper died at his home in Encino.

In an area zoned for agriculture and residential homes, a plan for an elder-care home has sparked protests.

Remodeled restaurant to celebrate its Feb. 2 reopening.

His injuries are not considered to be life-threatening, according to report.

New City Council maps released Wednesday propose a change in districting for several areas.

Iranian native Nancy Ashouri of Sherman Oaks, a proud mom and accomplished professional, had 'no problem' donning a swimsuit for the international competition.

Van Nuys Division warned of an increase in burglaries in recent weeks, as well as Honda vehicle thefts.

This is the Scanner Report, detailing some police and fire incidents in the Valley and Los Angeles, overheard on the scanner.

The film took $25.3 million on its opening weekend.

President Obama's third State of the Union address is Tuesday evening. Where were you?

It has been 18 years since the 1994 Northridge Earthquake.

The work was scheduled to last two days, during which time Sepulveda Boulevard was reduced to one lane in each direction.

The popular coffee shop says select locations in the Southern California area will offer wine, beer, and "premium food" by end of year.

As construction continued, commuters were advised to seek an alternate route.

A Red Flag Warning remained in effect until 6 p.m. Saturday from the Los Angeles County coast and north into the mountains.

The charges could send German national Harry Burkhart, 24, to prison for life.

The boyfriend of the man whose dismembered body was found along a Hollywood Hills hiking trail spoke out in an interview with KTLA.

A message from Councilman Paul Koretz.

The Assemblyman introduced state resolution urging Congress to pass federal legislation that would require the FAA to issue regulations within one year.

Patch covered the nominations live in Beverly Hills.


Crespi Is No. 3 in Southern Section Division 4AA Basketball Rankings

The Celts were placed high in the division rankings this week.

Kaaya was the backup quarterback for the Celts last season.

The Celts lost to Loyola, hindering chances of winning Mission League title.


This year may see a surge in consumer confidence despite a possible increase in short sales and foreclosures.

These Encino homes are all open to view this weekend.


These days, summer-camp options for kids are infinite and often costly. Deciding what to choose, and how to pay for it, can drive a parent crazy.


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