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- August 26th is the one-year anniversary of the massive months-long Station Fire. Here's what people are doing to protect the Angeles National Forest.
- An inquiry into a complaint alleged that L.A. City Councilman Bernard C. Parks had falsified candidacy and voter documents during his unsuccessful run for L.A. County Supervisor has been closed by the District Attorney's Office. Criminal charges will not be filed against him.
- There was once a gas station/brothel in the that served Hollywood movie stars in the 1940s?
- Oh, fun! "Officials at a Los Angeles County jail plan to test out an invisible heat-beam weapon originally developed by the military as a way to subdue brawling inmates by making them feel 'intolerable heat.'"
- The city wants to tear down the 1933-built 6th Street bridge in downtown, but the process to do so has been delayed -- again.
- Atwater Village businesses will keep their doors open Thursday night for the neighborhood's first Summer Nights on the Boulevard event.
- Two transients were arrested for allegedly attacking a couple on the Venice Pier Monday night.
- It's back! Our iPhone app is back up and running. Apple this week pushed the latest version of "istaverse." Look it up on Apple or read our original post about the app here.