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A century-old water tunnel in the Valley will be restored to capture Sierra snowmelt

It dates to the year the Valley became part of LA The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power is restoring an underground water tunnel in the San Fernando Valley that dates back to 1915—the same year that the Valley officially became...Show More Summary

Carjacking suspect hits bus bench and two cars, drives into oncoming traffic in wild pursuit with LAPD

A suspected carjacker led police on a hair-raising pursuit through the San Fernando Valley on Wednesday afternoon, fish-tailing into a bus bench, smashing into another car and threading between vehicles at busy intersections before crashing. The chase began about 2:30 p.m. in Van Nuys and ended...

'Game of Thrones' star Lena Headey lists Sherman Oaks home fit for a queen

Lena Headey is ready to move on from her realm in the San Fernando Valley. The “Game of Thrones” actress has listed her remodeled home in Sherman Oaks for sale at $1.945 million. Should Headey get close to that amount, she’ll see a nice return for her efforts. Records show she bought the property...

Cigarette theft ring hits several Walgreens as new California tax raises prices

A group of men are suspected of stealing large quantities of cigarettes from Walgreens locations across the eastern San Fernando Valley, including in Burbank, according to authorities. Sometime around 4 a.m. June 20, two men entered the Walgreens at 1028 S. San Fernando Blvd. They walked up to...

Los Angeles police shoot, kill domestic violence suspect

Los Angeles police have shot and killed a man after a chase in the San Fernando Valley. Police say a domestic violence report sent officers to Pacoima at around 2 … Click to Continue »

Massive Valley blackout again puts spotlight on L.A.'s failing infrastructure

The explosion at a Northridge power plant that left 140,000 customers across the San Fernando Valley without electricity last weekend was a major blow to Los Angeles’ power grid. It marked the first time in 12 years a Department of Water and Power receiving station was knocked offline. And it left...

On Haim’s New Album Something to Tell You, the Band of Sisters Is Better Than Ever

In the video for “Want You Back,” the first single from the new second album by Haim, the smart set’s favorite white pop band, the three San Fernando Valley sisters saunter side by side up the Ventura Boulevard strip. Occasionally one Haim might lip-synch a part of a vocal line. Show More Summary

140,000 people in the Los Angeles area are without electricity after fire starts at power station

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The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power says about 140,000 people are without power after the agency shut down a power station in the northeast San Fernando Valley that caught fire.        

Explosion, major fire rocks DWP power station; electricity lost in parts of Valley

An explosion Saturday at a Los Angeles Department of Water and Power plant in the San Fernando Valley has caused a major fire and knocked out electricity to many residents. Firefighters were battling the blaze at 8900 Parthenia St. in Northridge. Parthenia was closed in both directions between...

Whatever happened to Muzak? It's now Mood, and it's not elevator music

If you find yourself in a more money-spending mood while shopping at the Target store in West Hills next week, that might be no coincidence. The chain’s San Fernando Valley branch is one of two-dozen Southern California Targets being outfitted with audio systems and specially curated music to shop...

Tupac Shakur's Last Home Hits Market, With 'Made Nz' Lyrics

Tupac Shakur's final resting place -- the place he lived until his death -- is on the market, with a slab of hip-hop history... the rapper's "Made Nz" lyrics are etched in stone. The San Fernando Valley home is listed for $2.65 million. It's…

Newswire: The Dickies frontman splits punk community with misogynistic onstage rant

Formed in the San Fernando Valley in 1977, The Dickies come from a school of punk rock whose guiding principle is to offend hippies and squares alike. Their music is your standard Ramones-style pop-punk buzz, leaving it to frontman Leonard Grave Phillips to make the band stand out. Show More Summary

What $700,000 buys right now in Encino, Tarzana and Woodland Hills

Here’s a look at what about $700,000 buys in three San Fernando Valley housing markets. ENCINO: This three-bedroom home, built in 1949 and since updated, features hardwood floors, a step-down family room and a kitchen that opens to the backyard. Address: 5930 Jellico Ave., Encino, 91316 Listed...

Midnight Sister let their Valley roots show on upcoming debut album, Saturn Over Sunset, share videos and fall tour dates

Love the city or hate it to the point where you have Vietnam-like flashbacks every time you’re in a traffic jam elsewhere, Los Angeles definitely has a distinct vibe (and that vibe extends to the San Fernando Valley, which is largely part of L.A. Show More Summary

Neighborhood Spotlight: Woodland Hills is a power-shopper's mecca with outdoor delights

The development of the San Fernando Valley features more than its share of shady real estate speculators, above-the-law syndicates of the rich and powerful, and outright con men. But few of those rogues possessed the duplicity of the founder of the small hillside settlement that would eventually...

Hot Property: Travel down the road and back again

Certain homes are like old friends, coming back around to surprise us every now and again. This week we revisited a classic in the San Fernando Valley and dove deep into the wonderful world of rapper real estate. Once you’re done perusing these latest transactions, tell us your favorite on the...

Oxwood Inn Closes, Leaving Los Angeles Without a Single Lesbian Bar

The closing of this 45-year-old San Fernando Valley watering hole is another blow to women's spaces.

Can a monorail under the 405 Freeway ease traffic gridlock? Mayor Garcetti thinks it might

L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti raises a new idea to relieve the traffic bottleneck on the 405 between the Westside and the San Fernando Valley: a monorail.

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