The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday reauthorized a $10,000 reward to help detectives find the killer of a lawyer gunned down in 2009 outside his Rolling Hills Estates house. 7, 2009, in the 4600 block of Sugarhill Drive. Tidus was killed when he went outside to retrieve a laptop computer from his car, his wife told investigators. Tidus' friends and clients separately raised $90,000 in reward money. Detectives asked anyone with information about the killing to call sheriff's Detectives Joe Espino or Bob Kenney at 323-890-5500.
You're not going to replace that complexity with the typical hot sauce, which may contain nothing more than vinegar, salt, water, and red peppers. Corazon is still pretty sheik - there is a mix of modern and traditional Mexican art on the wall now, but the multilevel interior here is still quite attractive. It's rare to find a mole of this complexity outside places that specialize in Oaxacan regional dishes, and if there's a better version in the South Bay I haven't had it. Corazon is at 767 Deep Valley Drive in RPV.
Marianna DeSalles is on a mission to collaborate with aspiring artists and decorate Rolling Hills Estates with its first mural. DeSalles' plan to adorn her hometown with local art will go before City Council on Tuesday. If the project is approved, the city will grant $1,500 for art materials and decide on a design for the mural. Community Service Director Andy Clark said it's the first time someone has proposed a mural for the city. "It'll be challenging with its height, but with enough people it can be done," she said.
DRIVER ALLEGEDLY STREET RACING The Cobalt's driver, Alfredo Perez Davila, 23, wasn't hurt. Various bands and groups at clubs across Southern California. To a gig and stand next to it was Benny. Arts magnet school at Hamilton High School in Los Angeles. Music teacher at Millikan Middle School in Sherman Oaks. Alternative rock band that later became known as The Calling. Golden West College in Huntington Beach. Thailand and throughout other parts of the world," Golbin wrote Dec. "I feel like I truly experienced the best of everything.
Los Angeles County fire officials say two school buses have collided, leaving 17 people -- including 11 children -- with minor injuries. Friday in Rolling Hills Estates, a coastal community about 30 miles south of downtown Los Angeles. Fire officials say 11 elementary school students and five adults were treated at the scene for minor injuries. One adult was taken to a hospital because of dizziness. There were about 60 children on the two buses.
Fourteen children were injured, none seriously, when two buses collided Friday afternoon in Rolling Hills Estates. One adult was also injured and transferred to a hospital with a medical complaint. The accident was reported at Hawthorne Boulevard at Silver Spur Road. The crash occurred adjacent to Palos Verdes Peninsula High School. Sky 9's Stu Mundel said the CHP is handling the investigation into the cause of the accident. Information will be added as it becomes available.