A man in his 20s was shot and killed in Lincoln Heights early Sunday morning. Police say four suspects were in the car when someone fired.
The two teenagers shot and killed during a carnival in Lincoln Heights over the weekend were identified as Javier Mejia and Winfield Lee, both 17.
FOX 11 obtained video from the scene showing a good Samaritan performing CPR on one of the teen boys.
Two teenagers were shot and killed near a street carnival over the weekend.
Police say for an unknown reason the suspect charged at the homeowner and attempted to stab him.
The public is urged to avoid the area of Broadway between Avenue 18 and Avenue 20, and Pasadena Avenue between Avenue 18 and Avenue 20.
An investigation is underway after a man was killed inside his Lincoln Heights apartment while confronting an intruder during a hot prowl burglary, according to police.
An investigation is underway after a man was killed inside his apartment while confronting an intruder during a hot prowl burglary, according to police.
The deadly shooting occurred at an RV encampment adjacent to the Los Angeles River.
A man was shot to death overnight.
LAPD officials said a man was shot to death overnight.
The LA City Council voted to begin off-site testing of wastewater, storm water and soil near a Lincoln Heights development project following reporting over the weekend about the site's toxic dumping history.
It was a tense scene at a school in Lincoln Heights on Wednesday after officials found a student armed with a fully loaded ghost gun on campus.
Police are saying organized crime is to blame for the recent looting of trains.
George Gascón issued a written response after Union Pacific accused the LA County DA of not processing all the cases involving thieves targeting cargo containers.
While the trains are back up and running again, crews with Union Pacific continue to clear the tracks after a train derailment in Lincoln Heights over the weekend.
A train derailment that happened over the weekend caused more than a dozen cars to go off-track.
Vendors are still showing up in Lincoln Heights despite police shutting down the Avenue 26 night market last week.
Fans and loyal customers are protesting the closure of a popular Lincoln Heights night market.
Councilmember Gil Cedillo's office said in a press release the closure of Avenue 26 would "eliminate illegal alcohol sales, public defecation and urination, and crime and violence that was caused by the market."