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Bumble Bee to Pay $6 Million In Worker’s Death: Half Goes Back to the Company

Bumble Bee Foods LLC agreed Wednesday to pay a $6 million settlement in a criminal case stemming from the death of a man who was trapped in an industrial oven while... Read more »

After Failing Air Quality Report, Improvements Suggested

As smoke from multiple wildfires chokes the air across California this summer, air quality has again become a hot topic in the Golden State. But despite the current... Read more »

State Issues Valley Fever Warning

An infectious disease caused by the spore of a fungus that grows in certain types of soil in the Southwest United States has prompted California health officials... Read more »

Too Hot? Cooling Centers Open Over Weekend

More than 100 Los Angeles city and county facilities will remain open over the weekend to give residents a respite from extreme heat conditions. With highs expected... Read more »

Jeb Bush, Rubio to Speak in Southland

Jeb Bush is scheduled today to deliver a foreign policy address at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and fellow Republican presidential candidate and Floridian... Read more »

Man Wounded In Higland Park Weekend ‘Gang’ Shooting

One person was wounded in a shooting in Highland Park Sunday night. The male victim was shot in a lower extremity just after 8 p.m. in the 1400 block of North Avenue... Read more »

Minimum Wage Hike Would Cut County’s ‘Safety Net’ Costs

The City of Los Angeles last month voted to increase its minimum wage to $15 by 2020. Now the County Board of Supervisors is being asked to raise the minimum wage... Read more »

Vons, Pavilions Recall Frozen Chicken

Three types of frozen chicken entrees may be contaminated with salmonella, and are being recalled by the company that owns Vons and Pavilions supermarkets in Southern... Read more »

Sheriffs’ Seize Over 1,000 Lbs. of Illegal Fireworks Near East L.A. Homes

Deputies with the East Los Angeles Station seized between 1,000 to 1,500 pounds of illegal fireworks and 49 explosive-type fireworks, also described as “M-80’s”... Read more »

De La Hoya Backs Arum’s Anti-Trust Suit Against Rival Promoter

Oscar De La Hoya said today that he supports boxing promoter Bob Arum’s antitrust lawsuit filed in Los Angeles against boxing manager Al Haymon’s Premier Boxing... Read more »

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