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The unidentified patient is an adult female, approximately 90 years old.
A historic restaurant in LA's Olvera Street is in danger of being evicted.
Three buses carrying migrants have arrived in Los Angeles.
A bus carrying migrants from Texas has arrived in Los Angeles for the 16th time.
The employee at Angie's Boutique attempted to fight off the robber, before she was shoved to the ground.
Horrific video shows a man grabbing expensive items off the shelf and then punching and throwing an elderly woman working at the store to the ground in Chinatown.
A man seen grabbing stuff of the shelves in a Chinatown store threw an old lady defending the business to the ground.
The body of a 20-year-old woman was found on the Alameda Street/Los Angeles Street on-ramp of the 101 Freeway.
Members of the LA City Council is demanding criminal investigation in the wake of Governor Greg Abbott sending buses full of migrants to Los Angeles' Chinatown neighborhood.
Migrants have endured a long journey before arriving at Los Angeles, community leaders say.
A church in Chinatown is taking in migrants who arrived in Los Angeles. Texas Governor Greg Abbott says he bussed the group of migrants from the U.S. border.
Dozens of migrants from the U.S.-Mexico border were dropped off at a church in Los Angeles' Chinatown.
The beloved restaurant says the bill is double than it usually pays.
The search is on for a police chase suspect in Echo Park late Saturday night.
SkyFOX was over a police chase that stretched across parts of Chinatown and Echo Park areas of Los Angeles.
No injuries were reported and no other structures were damaged.
First Lady Jill Biden visited LA's own Homeboy Industries, a bakery tied to a nonprofit with a mission to rehabilitate former gang members.
City Council voted to try to buy a 124-unit housing development in Chinatown in an effort to keep some of the tenants housed amid rent increases by their landlord, who does not want to sell the building to the city.
The LA City Council voted to secure a loan to buy 124-unit apartment building in Downtown LA's Chinatown.