Carson City Council to Declare Foul Odor a `Public Nuisance’

On Friday, Mayor Lula Davis-Holmes wrote on Facebook that the cause of the odor had been identified as “a hydrogen sulfide leaking pipeline,” but by Sunday, she wrote that the leaking-pipeline theory “has been ruled out,” saying investigators again were focusing on “organic waste material drying out after being exposed during low tide.”

Head of NYPD Sergeant Union Out After FBI Raids Office, Home

Federal agents raided the offices Tuesday of a New York City police union, the Sergeants Benevolent Association, and the Long Island home of its bombastic leader, who has clashed with city officials over his incendiary tweets and hard-line tactics.

Woman, 30, Reported Missing in Duarte

Cashawn Ashley Sims, who also goes by the nickname “Cookie,” was last seen on Sept. 8 in the 2100 block of Broach Avenue, near the border with Irwindale, according to Deputy Eva Jimenez of the Sheriff’s Information Bureau.

LA City Council To Consider Motion Aimed At Developing Public Bank

The Los Angeles City Council today will consider authorizing the Chief Legislative Analyst to seek contractors or consultants to help the city create a public bank. The vote comes nearly two years after former City Council President Herb Wesson introduced a motion aimed at establishing the city’s first public banking institution.

L.A. Men to Plead Guilty to Federal Hate Crime Charge

Guilty pleas are expected today from two Los Angeles men accused of attacking diners at a family-owned Turkish restaurant while shouting anti-Turkish slurs, hurling chairs at the victims and threatening to kill them.

LA County To Hold Inquests in Three 2020 Deputy Shooting Deaths

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has voted unanimously to direct county coroner Dr. Jonathan Lucas to conduct inquests into the 2020 deputy shooting deaths of 47-year-old Dana “Malik” Young Jr., 41-year-old Samuel Herrera Jr. and 29-year-old Dijon Kizzee.