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
Bobcat Litter Born to Woolsey Fire Survivor

Bobcat Litter Born to Woolsey Fire Survivor

Despite the destruction the Woolsey Fire left in its wake, it only takes a quick glance at the hillsides to see that the environment is thriving more than ever. While many animals were driven from their homes, it seems they have started a new chapter as well. A young... Read more
Homeowners “Just Say No” to Sober Living Homes

Homeowners “Just Say No” to Sober Living Homes

The Woolsey Fire blew more than ash into the west valley. With the destruction of so much property in Malibu,  long a  location for high-end rehab centers and sober living homes,   those displaced facilities have relocated en masse to the west valley.Residents in the... Read more
52,00 Rats Bought By City

52,00 Rats Bought By City

52,000 frozen rats. $1.5 million worth of gloves. 30,000 mops. Those are just a few of the line items in the City of Los Angeles budget. Sound crazy? It’s all legit and all explainable, says City Controller Ron Galperin. Galperin addressed the Woodland Hills... Read more
Shelter to Soldier

Shelter to Soldier

            While we’re all familiar with the saying that dog is man’s best friend, at Shelter to Soldier, man and dog are more than friends; they’re each other’s saviors. Every 69 minutes, a United States veteran commits suicide and every day 3,200 dogs are... Read more
Answering the “Call” to Serve and Protect

Answering the “Call” to Serve and Protect

For every bad deed we report, there seem to be more selfless stories of those willing to step up and do the right thing. Such is the case with the beating of 15-year-old Anthony, an autistic teen with severe asthma.Antony was attacked by two males, an 18-year-old and... Read more
Enjoy Your Workouts With a Side of Sunshine!

Enjoy Your Workouts With a Side of Sunshine!

April has begun and spring is in the air! As the days get longer and the weather becomes sunny and warm I thought I would share a few of my favorite local Valley hiking spots.Hiking is a great physical activity to get your heart rate up, break a sweat and boost your... Read more
Encino Hip Hop Producer Home Raided by SWAT

Encino Hip Hop Producer Home Raided by SWAT

Early Wednesday morning on April 3, police raided the Encino home of hip-hop producer Mally Mall (Jamal Rashid). Both the LAPD and the Department of Fish and Wildlife served a warrant to Mall who is under investigation for human trafficking and trafficking exotic... Read more
Calabasas Says Adios in April to Plastic

Calabasas Says Adios in April to Plastic

Beginning April 30 no retail food establishment or nonprofit food provider located in the City of Calabasas will provide, distribute, or sell plastic straws, stirrers, and cutlery to consumers. This includes City of Calabasas rental facilities. Nothing in the measure... Read more
Omar Protestors Take to Streets

Omar Protestors Take to Streets

Hundreds of west valley residents, community advocates and  political activists took to Canoga Avenue Saturday afternoon across the street from the Hilton Hotel. They were protesting a speech by Minnesota Congresswoman  Ilhan Omar to the CAIR organization. Omar has... Read more
Congresswoman Omar Makes Waves in Warner Center

Congresswoman Omar Makes Waves in Warner Center

This is a volatile week in the west valley. Wednesday morning anti-Semitic posters were plastered across Woodland Hills and Tarzana. This Saturday, controversial United States Congresswoman Ilhan Omar (D-MN) will address the Muslim organization CAIR, igniting various... Read more
Introducing the Encino Enterprise!

Introducing the Encino Enterprise!

Introducing the Encino Enterprise- the fourth addition to the Valley News Group family! With the influx of national and world news dominating headlines, it’s nice to take a step back and look at what’s happening closer to home. Sure breaking news affects us all, but... Read more