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Updated: Man Charged With Raping Maywood Woman

Rape and other charges were filed Tuesday against a Los Angeles man who allegedly broke into a Maywood woman’s apartment and sexually assaulted her. Salvador Martinez,... Read more »

Freeway Shooting In Commerce

Authorities are looking for an older model SUV connected with the shooting of a man in his 30s on the northbound Santa Ana (5) Freeway in Commerce. The shooting... Read more »

Ex-Highland Park Coach Pleads ‘No Contest’ to Child Sex Charges

A former volunteer football coach at a Highland Park high school pleaded no contest last week to sex-related charges involving five boys. Jaime Jimenez, 48, of Los... Read more »

Vernon PD Seek Public’s Help Finding Shooting Suspect

Authorities have released security photos of a car believed used in the killing of a man who was gunned down on a street in Vernon, and urged anyone with information... Read more »

SoCal Gas completes Leak Detector Tests

Testing has been completed on a demonstration system of sensors designed to quickly detect leaks from natural gas pipelines, Southern California Gas Co. officials... Read more »

Vernon Firefighters, Police Officers Recognized

Two Vernon police officers and five firefighters were honored by the city council last week after saving the life of a man found unconscious and not breathing. From... Read more »

L.A. Moves to Ban ‘Car Living’ in Residential Areas

The Los Angeles City Council gave tentative approval Wednesday to a ban of living in cars in residential areas and near parks and daycare facilities. The ordinance... Read more »

Voters Say Yes To Marijuana Legalization, Tobacco Tax; Reject Drug Price Initiative

Several health-related initiatives in California passed Tuesday, including a cigarette tax, legalization of recreational marijuana and additional funding for Medi-Cal,... Read more »

Homeless Housing Gets Boost from Voters

Los Angeles city officials Wednesday were hailing voter approval of a $1.2 billion bond measure to fund permanent housing for the chronically homeless. Proposition... Read more »

Record Number of Residents Vote Early

In a region where voter turnouts tend to be exceedingly low, the extent of early voting in Los Angeles County last weekend was stunning, with thousands of people... Read more »

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