KEEPING KIDS COZY • When Officer Divinity (right) asked a young #SouthCentral girl walking to school where her jacket was and she said it was her sister’s turn to wear it, he knew he had to step up. Nine years later, his non-profit is thriving, providing local children with the coats they deserve. Officer Divinity hopes this small investment back into the neighborhood he calls “home” will help shape its future for the better.
I proudly stand with Officer Divinity and his colleagues protecting & serving South Los Angeles. This level of love is the reason for the season! ❤️👮🏽♂️ #LAPD#KTLA
In a touching gesture of friendship, George W. Bush appeared to slip a piece of candy to Michelle Obama at his father's funeral service, prompting her to smile.
It was a recreation of a sweet moment from Sen. John McCain's funeral earlier this year, when Bush handed a mint to Obama as they sat next to each other. #ktla#georgebush#georgehwbush
"I'm going to punish myself for the rest of my life," said a young woman who was sentenced to 30 years to life in prison for killing six people during a wrong-way crash in 2014. Olivia Culbreath, who was 21 years old and drunk at the time of the crash of the 60 Freeway, killed her own sister, her son's godmother, and a three-generation family of four in another vehicle. She was sentenced in Pomona after in May entering a no contest plea to six counts of second-degree murder. Full story at the link in our profile. #criminaljustice#ktla#DiamondBar
A family separated by immigration policy embraced each other in a hug during a reunification event at Los Angeles City Hall on Monday. Members of 40 families were granted temporary humanitarian visas to visit loved ones they've not seen for years, or even decades, according to a statement from L.A. City Councilman Gill Cedillo, who helped host the event. More details at the link in our bio. #ktla#reunification#immigration