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Man Charged In Toddler Beating

Bail was set Thursday at $1.53 million for a Compton man charged with attempted murder for allegedly beating his girlfriend’s 13-month-old son. Rodrigo Hernandez,... Read more »

Certified Chicano: Oscar Castillo Photo Exhibit Opens Sunday

Chicano photographer Oscar Castillo’s lens has captured the textures and layers of the East L.A. community, Photographer. Such an inadequate title when it... Read more »

Ex DWP Worker Charged With Embezzling $4M

public officer crime, A former audio-visual technician for the Department of Water and Power will be arraigned next week on more than two dozen felony counts for... Read more »

Thunderstorms Possible, Flash Flood Warning Issued

An upper-level low spinning into the region from Nevada is expected to bring thunderstorms and flooding today to parts of Southern California, including the San... Read more »

‘He Saved Me,’ Deputy Says of Fellow Officer’s Gift of Liver

A Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy who received a life-saving liver transplant expressed his gratitude Thursday to a colleague, who donated part of his own... Read more »

Hotel Groups Sue to Stop Minimum Wage Mandate

A pair of hotel industry groups filed papers in federal court today in a renewed attempt to stop a $15.37 per hour minimum wage from taking effect on July 1 for... Read more »

Foundation Awards Nearly $9 Million to L.A. County Groups

A philanthropic organization awarded almost $9 million in grants to Los Angeles County nonprofit organizations working to address the needs of low-income youth,... Read more »

Two L.A. County Sheriff’s Deputies Acquitted in Criminal Case

Two veteran Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies were cleared Thursday of charges that they conspired to file a false report about a June 2011 drug arrest. The... Read more »

Police Commission Goes Against Chief: Finds Some Fault in Ford Shooting

One Los Angeles police officer involved in the fatal shooting of Ezell Ford in South Los Angeles violated department policy, but the other was justified in firing... Read more »

Business Owner to Lose U.S. Citizenship for Illegal Behavior

An investigation into “Black Market Peso Exchange” schemes in the Fashion District is going to cost the owner of an import-export business his U.S. citizenship,... Read more »

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