Westwood-Century City Patch recently celebrated its first birthday and it's been a newsy year. In descending order, here are our top 11 most popular stories of 2011 according to our traffic numbers.
11. The big box retailed announced plans to open its smaller "City Target"-format store in Westwood Village. The store is expected to open in July 2012.
Melissa Del-Aguila, 24, was struck by the car as she crossed Wilshire Boulevard in Santa Monica on June 18.
An 18-year-old motorist was killed after he crashed his car into a palm tree on Sunset near the Bellagio Road intersection.
The celebrity chef was negotiating an agreement with LAUSD schools that would allow him to film his show on district property.
The mysterious street artist Banksy left his mark on Kinross in Westwood Village in February.
Fashion designer Donna Karan visited patients and hospital staff who are now incorporating yoga and meditation into treatment.
A man was stabbed near the restaurant on Pico Boulevard. The man was reportedly in a fight with another man.
Eleven Occupy UCLA protesters were removed from the center of the intersection. The roads were shut down for more than an hour.
The 75-year-old woman's car fell off the fourth level of the parking structure at a sports club on Sepulveda.
The Los Angeles area was under advisory in March while communities north of Point Concepcion were under a warning.
The 18-year-old Manhattan Beach man, who was not a UCLA student, died in the Theta Chi fraternity house.