LAPD officer won’t face charges for Burlington Coat Factory shooting
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LAPD officer won’t face charges for Burlington Coat Factory shooting

[ad_1] A Los Angeles police officer who shot and killed a 14-year-old girl through the wall of a changing room at a Burlington Coat Factory store in North…

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Food truck kingpin arrested in Stanislaus County on suspicion of theft
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Food truck kingpin arrested in Stanislaus County on suspicion of theft

[ad_1] A food truck builder who had become a symbol of the perils of working in the mobile food industry was arrested Tuesday in Modesto by the Stanislaus…

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Campers can now glamp again in Yosemite National Park
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Campers can now glamp again in Yosemite National Park

[ad_1] After five years of pandemic- and snowpack-related closures, Yosemite National Park has reopened “glamping” campsites where visitors will have access to showers, gourmet meals and a view…

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L.A. bookseller paralyzed while protecting kids from argument
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L.A. bookseller paralyzed while protecting kids from argument

[ad_1] Luis Hernandez was worried about his children shortly before he was shot in the back outside his business near MacArthur Park. Now the 40-year-old may never walk…

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L.A. sheriff’s deputy arrested, accused of stealing
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L.A. sheriff’s deputy arrested, accused of stealing

[ad_1] A Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy was arrested this week after prosecutors said she stole money during a traffic stop, then filed a false report to cover…

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USC’s cancellation of valedictorian’s speech was a wrong it can right
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USC’s cancellation of valedictorian’s speech was a wrong it can right

[ad_1] USC’s decision to rescind valedictorian Asna Tabassum’s invitation to speak at its commencement no doubt resulted from a range of pressures from inside and outside the university,…

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Police discover woman’s body inside Sunland trash can
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Police discover woman’s body inside Sunland trash can

[ad_1] Los Angeles police are investigating after a woman’s body was found inside a trash can in Sunland on Tuesday morning, a department spokesperson said. Officers from the…

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Senate impeachment trial begins for Homeland Security’s Mayorkas
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Senate impeachment trial begins for Homeland Security’s Mayorkas

[ad_1] WASHINGTON —  Senators were sworn in Wednesday for their third impeachment trial in four years, this time of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro N. Mayorkas. House Republicans, who say…

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LAPD searching for suspects linked to several ‘flash robberies’
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LAPD searching for suspects linked to several ‘flash robberies’

[ad_1] Authorities are looking for a group of up to 20 people suspected of committing a string of what Los Angeles police are calling “flash robberies,” during which…

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Proposed budget would deny help to many autistic Californians
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Proposed budget would deny help to many autistic Californians

[ad_1] Kate Movius knew it would be challenging when her son Aidan, who experiences profound autism, turned 22 and aged out of the programs and services provided through…

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