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Public In ‘Disbelief’ Following Olympic Boxing Champ’s Arrest For Lewd Acts on Young Girl

Word that a local sports hero had been arrested on suspicion of performing lewd acts on a girl younger than 14 spread quickly through the Eastside, with hundreds... Read more »

County Sups. Bash Cuts to Teen Pregnancy Prevention Funding

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Tuesday denounced cuts to federal funding to prevent teen pregnancies. Supervisor Hilda Solis recommended sending a letter... Read more »

Blood Donors Needed as Winter Shortage Spreads

The American Red Cross Greater Los Angeles Region put out an emergency call Monday for eligible blood and platelet donors of all blood types to help address a nationwide... Read more »

Rain Returns to L.A., With More on the Way

Light rain fell on the Southland today in advance of an anticipated stronger storm expected to soak the region and raise the risk of mudslides in recent wildfire... Read more »

Rams Come Up Short Against Falcons in First Playoff Game at Coliseum Since 1994

Los Angeles Rams completed a historic turnaround in the 2017 regular season, not only winning the NFC West for the first time since 2003, but also going from worst... Read more »

1984 Olympic Boxing Champ Paul Gonzales Arrested on Suspicion of Lewd Acts With Girl

Los Angeles County sheriff’s officials asked today for the public’s help in finding other potential alleged victims of a 1984 Olympic boxing champion and county-employed... Read more »

LAUSD Superintendent Will Not Return to Job

Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent Michelle King, who has been on medical leave since September, revealed today she is being treated for cancer,... Read more »

Rams to Open Playoffs Against Falcons

The Los Angeles Rams will face the Atlanta Falcons in an NFC wild card round game Saturday night, the first NFL playoff game at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum... Read more »

California Officially Becomes a Sanctuary State

California has officially become a “sanctuary state” for immigrants in the country without authorization under a new law that went into effect New Year’s Day. Under... Read more »

More White Americans Feel They’re Victims of Bias

The number of white Americans who believe they face discrimination is on the rise. According to a recent poll, 55 percent of white Americans believe their group... Read more »

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