What to See in the June Sky

What to See in the June Sky

The highlight of June comes on Tuesday night, June 18.  There will be a double conjunction.  Look west after sunset.  The red planet, Mars, and the fastest planet, Mercury, will meet low in the west.  We can see this great event with the naked eye, but it will look... Read more
Canoga Park Honors Veterans on Memorial Day

Canoga Park Honors Veterans on Memorial Day

This year, the Canoga Park Memorial Parade will be honoring fallen veterans from all military campaigns, including the Civil War.  Dubbed “A big-city event with a small-town vibe,” the parade is celebrating its 30 year anniversary. The Canoga Park-West Hills Chamber... Read more
Supreme Court Denies Review of Gavin Smith Murder

Supreme Court Denies Review of Gavin Smith Murder

The California Supreme Court upheld the prior ruling in the case of drug dealer John Creech, who was found guilty of voluntary manslaughter in the death of Gavin Smith in 2017.  Smith was a West Hills resident and 20th Century Fox executive who disappeared. He was... Read more
Two Killed in Lamborghini Crash in Encino

Two Killed in Lamborghini Crash in Encino

Two people were killed Wednesday evening in Encino when the Lamborghini they were speeding in violently crashed. The accident occurred near the Sepulveda Basin Recreation Area at Burbank Boulevard near Hayvenhurst Avenue at about 7:20 pm when the speeding Lamborghini... Read more
Creating Messages of Peace

Creating Messages of Peace

A mullah, a priest, deacon, rabbi, councilman and a cop. Women doctors, business owners, mothers, children.What do all these people have in common? They gathered at  the Ezzi Masjid Mosque in Woodland Hills Wednesday night to share messages of peace. Adnan Hamid... Read more
Lions and Tigers and a Beastly Ball…Oh My!

Lions and Tigers and a Beastly Ball…Oh My!

  While the Los Angeles Zoo is famous for its menagerie of animals for tourists and locals alike to marvel at, behind the scenes, the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association (GLAZA) tirelessly works for both the preservation and conservation of some of the world’s... Read more