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City Recognizes Griffith Park’s Past as Home of WWII Internment Camp

The placement of a sign announcing the dark moment in the green space's history was approved by the Board of Recreation and Park Commissioners

SoCal Native Americans Urge Tribal Burial for P-22 Cougar in Griffith Park

It's unclear what the Natural History Museum will do with P-22's remains, but Native American groups want a ceremony to honor his spirit

Mountain Lion Stalking Hollywood Hills Will Be Captured: Officials

L.A.’s most celebrated big cat will undergo a geriatric assessment after multiple attacks on local pets

LAPD Warning: Watch Your Car When You Visit Griffith Park

“Lock It Hide It Keep It,” is the Los Angeles Police Department’s handy motto if you want to leave the urban oasis with all your stuff

Woman’s Burning Body Found Hanging from a Tree in Griffith Park

The LAPD said the woman—“Jane Doe 100”—likely died by suicide, but have fewer answers about the corpse found there last month

An Aerial Tram Could Move Visitors Around Griffith Park, but Not Everyone Has High Hopes for the Project

Conservation activists say the development could permanently harm Griffith Park and its wildlife
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How Well Do You Know Griffith Park? A New Guidebook Explores Its Every Nook and Cranny

Just in time for the reopening of L.A.'s trails, hiking expert Casey Schreiner releases the first in-depth guide to Griffith Park

The Autry Museum Is Investigating the Histories of Griffith Park—and It Needs Your Help

As the park's quasquicentennial approaches, the Autry is collecting memories
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What’s That Ghostly Glow in Griffith Park? It’s Boney Island

The Valley's favorite spooky carnival returns in a new location
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Can Angelenos and Coyotes Coexist?

Whether you see them as nuisances or neighbors, coyotes aren’t going anywhere