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Brown Announces $176.6M for Exide Cleanup

In a letter to State Legislators, Gov. Jerry Brown today proposed spending $176.6 million to expedite and expand the testing and cleanup of homes, schools and parks... Read more »

Deputies Shoot ‘Armed Suspect’ In East L.A.

A deputy-involved shooting in East Los Angeles that left one man dead early Sunday morning is being investigated by Sherriff Homicide Detectives, according to authorities. The... Read more »

Countdown: Avoid the 101 SlowJam

With demolition beginning this weekend on the Sixth Street Viaduct, drivers will need to take detours around a 2.5-mile stretch of the Hollywood (101) Freeway that... Read more »

Alleged Bogus Priest Charged With Stealing From Parishioners

A man who allegedly impersonated a Roman Catholic priest and swindled thousands of dollars from parishioners at two Los Angeles-area churches made his initial court... Read more »

Feb. 5th Deadline Looms for Student Art Competition

Students wanting to take part in Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard’s 23rd Annual Student Art Competition must submit their entries by the Feb. 5 deadline. The... Read more »

Eagles’ Fan Mourn Passing of Glen Frey Dies

The music world suffered another major loss today with the death of Eagles co-founder and guitarist Glenn Frey at age 67. Frey died in New York from “complications... Read more »

AIDS, Tenant Organizations March in Kingdom Day Parade

Los Angeles Councilman Curren D. Price Jr. today served as grand marshal of the 31st annual Kingdom Day Parade, whose theme is “Our Work Is Not Yet Done.” What... Read more »

County Confirms First Flu Season Deaths

Public health officials confirmed Wednesday the first two flu-related deaths of the 2015-16 flu season in Los Angeles County, noting that both patients had “significant”... Read more »

Winning Powerball Ticket Sold in Chino Hills

At least one California resident hit the jackpot in tonight’s record $1.586 billion Powerball game. State lottery officials said one jackpot-winning ticket... Read more »

L.A.Experienced 20% Violent Crime Spike In 2015

A 12.6 percent rise in the number of crimes from 2014 to 2015 in Los Angeles was driven by increases in gang-related and domestic violence crimes, Mayor Eric Garcetti... Read more »

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