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County Raises Number of Dogs Residents Can Own

Supervisors has agreed to raise the number of dogs residents can own from three to four. The county Department of Animal Care and Control says increasing the limit... Read more »

Victim in Fatal Car Crash Identified

CITY TERRACE – Authorities released the name of a man who was killed when his car crashed into a parked big rig in the City Terrace area of the county. Joseph... Read more »

Woman Assaulted in Bell Gardens

A woman was in extremely critical condition Wednesday after being assaulted by a man in Bell Gardens, the sheriff’s department reported. The assault was reported... Read more »

Man Charged With Killing Ex-Wife and Injuring Her Boyfriend

A contract employee at the Montebello jail was charged with murder and attempted murder charges Wednesday. Efrem Ruben Lozoya, 38, of Pico Rivera was accused of... Read more »

Children’s Hospital Reports Blood Shortage

The blood supply at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles has reached critically low levels, hospital officials said Wednesday. “We need blood donations year-round... Read more »

Crash in East L.A. Kills Driver

A 22-year-old woman was killed when her car veered off the Pomona (60) Freeway in East Los Angeles and down an embankment, California Highway Patrol officials said... Read more »

CHP Out In Force for 4th of July

California Highway Patrol officers will be out in force today through Tuesday as they look out for people driving drunk or committing other traffic violations over... Read more »

L.A. County’s Website Hacked

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors website was hacked Tuesday, with someone substituting a pro-Islamic State group message for links to county information. The... Read more »

L.A. Zoo Admission Goes Up Saturday

Admission to the Los Angeles Zoo will go up by $1 starting Saturday, under action taken today by the City Council. The council formally approved the hike, which... Read more »

LAPD Stations Offer Safe Exchange Zones for Internet Sellers, Buyers

Los Angeles police on Tuesday unveiled an “e-commerce exchange zones” program in which people who buy or sell items via internet sites such as Craigslist may... Read more »

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