El Segundo police arrested and charged a 40-year-old Los Angeles man in connection with sexually assaulting a young woman he met online. Andrew Donkor is scheduled to be arraigned in court on Friday, said Lt. Raymond Garcia. Donkor met a 15-year-old girl outside her home in El Segundo on Tuesday at about 10 p.m. after […]
After El Segundo voters last week overwhelmingly shot down Measure P that would have merged the city’s fire department with the county’s, Fire Chief Kevin Smith said there’s no remedy in sight to the department’s personnel shortfall. “People should know these services have been reduced dramatically,” Smith said. “And the city has no intention of […]
Madeline Dovale likes shopping at Fresh & Easy for the sandwiches and pre-made foods, especially the ones with sauces. And she likes the fact that she can get through the self-checkout line quickly. “I can do everything quickly,” Dovale said. “As you can see, there’s not long lines.” The lack of long lines is something […]
City officials are looking to revitalize the Smoky Hollow area of town by acting on recommendations to improve parking and revamp its industrial zoning to create an “incubator district” that attracts new, creative businesses. Last month, the Urban Land Institute of Los Angeles surveyed business owners, city leaders and others to formulate a plan intended […]
Jeff Walker has heard many times before that his Automobile Driving Museum in El Segundo is a secret worth knowing about. Last week was no different. “This is a collection I had never heard of,” said Harry Krueckeberg, a new visitor from Colorado, as he walked between a Packard and a Desoto. Krueckeberg, 78, has […]
Sheri Schnabl may never drink tea the same way. She plans to slurp. “It’s acceptable to do that,” Schnabl said after a tea tasting at the El Segundo Library last week. “That actually helps give flavor to the various parts of the palate…First you sniff, and then you slurp. And then you sip.” Schnabl was […]
An RBPD officer stands accused of tipping off a Torrance officer about the police stakeout of a drug deal that may reveal larger problems within the Torrance PD
Tracy Garton, the wife of the Hawthorne police officer who died in a motorcycle accident at the funeral procession of a Manhattan Beach police officer, filed $25 million claims against the cities of Manhattan Beach and El Segundo on Nov. 4. Garton alleges that both cities were negligent in planning the funeral service that led to her husband’s death.