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Evelyn Taft's Weather ForecastEvelyn Taft takes a look at tonight's weather.

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'They Suffered': Higher Demand For Pets Leads To Increase In Backyard Breeders Selling Sick DogsPet sales and adoptions are at an all-time high with more people staying home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but that demand has led to an increase in backyard breeders.

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Mid-City Man Tries To Evict Tenant, Finds He's Accused Of Stealing Nearly $2K From Georgia CharityA Mid-City property manager got more than he bargained for when he decided to help a man he thought was down on his luck.

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'Feeling the heat from all sides': on patrol with the LAPDJoseph Rodríguez's images of car crashes and drug busts were taken more than 25 years ago - yet they relate to current debates around police violence and incarceration.

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Officer-Involved Shooting In South Gate Sends Suspect To HospitalA confrontation between South Gate Police Department officers and an adult male lead to an officer involved shooting Wednesday night.

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Wildfire Super Aircrafts Will Be 'Game Changer' In Battling Blazes, Firefighters SayCalifornia has just finished trials on a wildfire super weapon that firefighters say will be a 'game changer' when it comes to battling the state's wildfires.

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Exclusive: Granada Hills Residents Fear For Their Safety, Property Values As Junk Piles In NeighborsResidents of a Granada Hills neighborhood fear for their safety and property values after what looks to be a junkyard has taken over one home's yard.

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LAPD Officer Struck While Conducting Traffic Control In South LA DiesA Los Angeles police officer struck last month while conducting traffic control in South Los Angeles following a crash has died, the department confirmed Wednesday.

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California To Give 40% Of Vaccine Doses To Vulnerable AreasCalifornia will begin setting aside 40% of all vaccine doses for some of the state's most vulnerable neighborhoods in an effort to inoculate people most at risk from the coronavirus and get the state's economy open more quickly.

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Postgame Notes: Lakers 120, Kings 123Short-handed Lakers rode strong games from Kuzma, Harrell, and Schröder to keep it close, but fall in the final moments 120-123 to the Kings.

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GCC play tackles Los Angeles riotsBATAVIA — Aside from that of the COVID-19 pandemic, today’s news headlines are reminiscent of those that swept the nation 30 years ago during the Los Angeles riots that erupted following the acquittal of the police officers charged with assaulting Rodney King.

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Senate Democrats Limit Eligibility For Stimulus Checks In $1.9 trillion COVID BillPresident Biden and moderate Senate Democrats have struck a deal to limit eligibility for direct stimulus checks to Americans, lowering the income level for those who would qualify for payments, according to a Democratic source.

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Seal Beach Chef Pleads Guilty To Doping, Raping WomanA former chef at a Seal Beach restaurant pleaded guilty Wednesday and was immediately sentenced to three years in prison for serving a spiked drink to one of his patrons and raping her while she was unconscious.

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Group accuses Times of bias in LAUSD coverageA coalition representing L.A. teachers, parents and activists accused The Times of giving too much attention to those who want to reopen schools, and short shrift to those who urge caution.

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Riverside, San Bernardino, Ventura Making Progress In COVID-19 Vaccination EffortsAs of Wednesday evening, Riverside County had performed 2,503,232 COVID-19 tests, San Bernardino County had performed 2,500,799 tests and Ventura County had performed 1,144,949 tests.

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LAPD officer dies of injuries sustained while conducting traffic control in South LAOfficer Jose Anzora was struck Friday evening while outside his vehicle near Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Trinity Street.

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STEAM: Meet An Aqueduct ManagerJennifer Barrick is a civil engineer for the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power managing the overhaul of the segment of the California Aqueduct known as The Cascades.

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LA County Confirms Case Of COVID Variant First Detected In BrazilLOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Wednesday reported 1,759 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases and 116 deaths, bringing countywide totals to 1,195,913 cases and 21,669 deaths.

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LA County Reports 1,759 New COVID-19 Cases, 116 deathsThe Los Angeles County Department of Public Health Wednesday reported 1,759 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases and 116 deaths, bringing countywide totals to 1,195,913 cases and 21,669 deaths.

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LAPD officer dies after being struck by vehicle on dutyA Los Angeles Police Department officer died Wednesday from injuries he suffered when he was struck by a car while conducting traffic control, according to a message department officials sent to employees.

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OC Officials Hope County Will Enter Red Tier By St. Patrick's DayOrange County Wednesday continued to show declining trends in cases of COVID-19, giving county officials hope of graduating to the less-restrictive red tier of the state's coronavirus reopening system by St. Patrick's Day.

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Rose Parade To Return In Pasadena January 2022Tournament of Roses officials say they are "actively planning for the return" of the Rose Parade and Rose Bowl Game on Jan.

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SUV Crashes Into Building In South Los AngelesAccording to the Los Angeles Fire Department, the crash happened at about 5:30 near the intersection of Vernon Avenue and Hoover Street.

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James Lesnau Charged With Fatally Stabbing Family Member In Mid-Wilshire AreaAn ex-con who allegedly fatally stabbed a male relative at an apartment in the Mid-Wilshire area of Los Angeles was charged Wednesday with murder and other counts.

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Storm Brings Hail, Wet Driving Conditions To Southern CaliforniaThe storm started to come down late Wednesday morning, and brought brief, heavy downpours to several areas in Orange County, making for some dangerous driving conditions in places like Aliso Viejo.

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UCLA's Margzetta Frazier Catches the Eye of Idol Janet JacksonUCLA Junior Gymnast Margzetta Frazier got the surprise of her life after nailing her floor routine, an acrobatic dance tribute to her idol, Janet Jackson - Janet herself FaceTimed her!

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Nimbus Coffee, the Harry Potter Themed Cafe in Los AngelesCoffee, coffee shop, drinks, female owned business, food, fun, harry potter, location, los angeles, small business, unique.

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New COVID Vaccination Sites Focusing On Equity, AccessMore vaccine sites are opening up in Los Angeles County to help get shots to underserved communities hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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LA County COVID Vaccination Sites Focusing On Equity, AccessWILLOWBROOK — More vaccine sites are opening up in Los Angeles County to help get shots to underserved communities hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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LAUSD announces schools can resume sports competitionsThe L.A. Unified School District is allowing sports competitions and games to be held outdoors for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Assemblywoman Sydney Kamlager declares victory in state Senate raceAs of Tuesday evening, Assemblywoman Sydney Kamlager had pulled in two-thirds of the votes counted in the special election for the 30th Senate District race.

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LA Schools To Resume Outdoor Sports; Participants Required To Wear Masks, Undergo Weekly COVID TestingLos Angeles Unified schools will begin allowing students ages 13 and older to participate in outdoor sports competitions, officials announced Wednesday.

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What's on TV Thursday: 'Last Man Standing' on FoxGuest star Jeff Dunham, left, with his puppet Walter, Jonathan Adams and Hector Elizondo in "Last Man Standing" on Fox.

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On 30-Year Anniversary Of The Rodney King Beating, LA Recalls One Of The Most Defining Moments Of ItIt was three decades ago Wednesday that one of the most defining moments in Los Angeles history took place, changing the face of the city forever.

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Innocent Driver Killed After Short Pursuit Ends In Fiery Crash Near The Grove; Suspect In CustodyLos Angeles Fire Department crews attempted to pull the innocent driver, identified as 37-year-old Jeeves Tangonan, from his vehicle following the crash, but he was pronounced dead at the scene.

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West Valley Animal Shelter To Reopen On March 15 After Closing Due To PandemicThe West Valley Animal Shelter is set to reopen on March 15 after temporarily closing last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Los Angeles officials said Wednesday.

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A bear strolls Eagle Rock, miles from homeA bear was spotted in an Eagle Rock neighborhood Tuesday night. The animals typically don't roam that far south into the city.

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L.A. slow to submit FEMA aid paperwork for homeless hotelsDespite facing a budget shortfall, Los Angeles hasn't applied for millions in reimbursements for money spent to house homeless people amid the pandemic.

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Police Seeking Two Stolen Jack Armstrong Original PaintingsDetectives from the Los Angeles Police Department's Pacific Division are asking for the public's help after a car was stolen with two original Jack Armstrong paintings inside.

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Inland Empire Home Prices Among the Fastest-Rising in the U.S.Home prices in the Inland Empire surged up in 2020, while local wages and job growth remain low, which could add up to a wave of displacement.

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10,000 rooms for LA's homeless is the goal as city expands Project RoomkeyLOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles City Council approved a motion Wednesday that would expand Project Roomkey and explore commandeering non-cooperating hotels and motels to house homeless people through the program.

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Angels' Shohei Ohtani hits monstrous home run for first Cactus League blastShohei Ohtani crushed his first Cactus League home run, a two-run shot that traveled 468 feet to spearhead the Angels' 6-2 win over the Texas Rangers.

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Deputies Seek Missing Man With Dementia Last Seen In East Compton AreaDeputies asked the public's help Wednesday locating a missing man with dementia who was last seen in the unincorporated area of East Compton.

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D.A. No charges on apartment rented by Herb Wesson's sonThe D.A.'s office found no evidence of a link between Wesson's vote on a 27-story apartment tower and the rent paid by his son in an apartment connected to the developer.

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Coronavirus tracker: California reported 4,389 new cases, 278 new deaths as of March 2The end-of-day totals from California public health websites for Tuesday, March 2, registered 4,389 new cases of the coronavirus, bringing the total number of cases there have been in the state to 3,553,920.

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Police Say No Evidence Of Foul Play In Deaths Of 2 At Base Of Cliff In San PedroThe investigation into the deaths of a young man and woman found at the base of a cliff near Point Fermin Park in San Pedro continued Wednesday, though police said there was no evidence of foul play.

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Newsom Predicts Fans Will Be Allowed In The Stands For MLB Opening DayFans at Dodger Stadium and other Southern California ballparks could be back for Opening Day - at limited capacity - if current coronavirus trends hold, officials said Wednesday.

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Los Angeles City Council finalizes $5 an hour 'hero pay' emergency ordinance amid COVID pandemicThe Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday finalized an emergency ordinance to require large grocery and pharmacy retailers to offer employees an additional $5 per hour in hazard pay amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Los Angeles Real Estate Expert Steven Taylor on Commercial Real Estate in the Age of COVID-19As the pandemic continues, the industry is being forced to change and adapt. It’s hard to tell just what shifts will stay with us for the long term, but we do know one thing: commercial real estate may never be the same.

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LA City Council Approves $5 Hero Pay; Emergency Order Goes To Garcetti For SignatureThe "hero pay" emergency order requires larger grocery stores and pharmacies in the city of Los Angeles to pay its workers an extra $5 an hour for the next 120 days.

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LA City Council Approves Hero Pay For WorkersThe emergency order now goes to Mayor Eric Garcetti for his signature. Amy Johnson reports.

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Extras Alerts 1614813094618Extras Alerts Los Angeles Background Casting Notice. Posted at 3:11 PM Pacific on Wednesday, March 3, 2021.

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House to wrap early amid threat of violence at CapitolThe U.S. House is abruptly finishing its work for the week given the threat of violence at the Capitol by a militia group seeking to storm the building, as happened in a deadly siege Jan.

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Almost HomeToday I was thinking about music by American electronica singer, songwriter, musician, producer, philanthropist and animal rights activist Moby, whose songs I’ve posted before.

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Doctor Shares Hidden Dangers Of iPhone 12 For People With PacemakersAccording to a new warning from doctors, there are two devices people depend on that should never be near each other.

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Sydney Kamlager declares victory in L.A.-area state Senate raceKamlager will be the only Black woman in the state Senate, her campaign said.

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Outdoor Dining To Be Expanded Along Third Street Promenade In Santa MonicaOutdoor dining along Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica will be expanded to help support restaurants as they reopen.

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When Will L.A. County Open Vaccination to the Homeless?Vaccination for the homeless: One of the region's most vulnerable populations isn't being prioritized locally or at the state level.

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30 Years Later, Rodney King Beating Remains a Seminal Part of Los Angeles HistoryOn March 3, 1991, four white Los Angeles police officers used batons, stun guns, feet and fists to beat a Black man later identified as Rodney King.

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Power Restored On Westside After Fire At LADWP Facility Caused Outages To About 45K CustomersPower was restored Wednesday to about 45,000 customers on the Westside of Los Angeles after a fire at a Los Angeles Department of Water and Power receiving station caused an outage.

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Palace to investigate Meghan Markle bullying allegationsMeghan Markle and Prince Harry denied 'this latest attack on her character' in a statement ahead of their Oprah Winfrey interview airing Sunday.

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L.A. Times sues to unseal warrant used to obtain senator's phoneThe lawsuit, which was filed Feb. 24 but became public late Tuesday, seeks to have a federal judge make public the warrant, supporting affidavits and related materials connected to the search of the North Carolina senator's phone.

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13 Easy Drive-Thru Restaurant Options Around LA Right NowThe original contactless food system has deep roots in Los Angeles, and is still thriving as coronavirus remains a reality.

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Irvine launches $17.7-milion rental assistance programNext week, the City of Irvine will launch a new program to provide assistance to renters facing financial impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Retired Nuns Receive COVID-19 VaccinationFifty sisters of the St. Joseph of Carondolet received their second dose of the Moderna vaccine Wednesday morning.

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California museums are starting to reopen. Here's the listAsian Art Museum in San Francisco reopens Thursday. SFMOMA welcomes the public starting Sunday. But museums in San Jose, Oakland, L.A. and San Diego might be a while.

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Wanna Be a Sports Agent? SMWW Can Show You the WayFormer Dodgers GM Dan Evans is part of a group of online instructors training regular folks to succeed in the sports business world.

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Park Life: Disney, Knott's and SeaWorld food fests and California vs. Florida theme park job lossesPlus: Will jilted Disneyland annual passholders flock to rival theme parks?

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Union-Backed Food Relief Program Serves Three-Millionth MealUnite Here Local 11 and the Hospitality Training Academy served have been feeding and employing laid-off union and non-union workers since the pandemic began.

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Dolly Parton Gets 'A Dose Of Her Own Medicine'; Receives COVID-19 VaccineKatie Johnston reports.

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South LA's Struggle To Get Its Fair Share Of COVID-19 VaccineFor many in this Black community, there's lack of easy access to health care, no internet, "vaccine chasers" from far-flung wealthy areas who snap up appointments, and a sub-par online appointment system.

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Manhattan Beach Police Officer Accused Of Sending Sexually Explicit Messages To 15-Year-Old GirlOfficer John Cheatham was charged with two felonies and a misdemeanor. Amy Johnson reports.

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Border Patrol: SUVs Loaded With Migrants Came Through Hole In Border Fence, Believed To Part Of Smuggling OperationSurveillance video showed a Ford Expedition and Chevrolet Suburban drive through the opening early Tuesday, Gregory Bovino, the Border Patrol's El Centro sector chief, told The Associated Press.

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Los Angeles Zoo loses mother giraffe after stillborn calfA giraffe has died at the Los Angeles Zoo after undergoing a procedure to deliver her stillborn calf, the zoo announced Tuesday.

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HFPA members voted not to hire a diversity consultantThe disclosure of the internal HFPA vote comes as the organization behind the Golden Globes continues to face fierce criticism after a recent L.A. Times investigation.

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Cause of California SUV crash that killed 13 is a mysteryThe SUV that was struck by a big rig Tuesday, killing 13 people, may have crossed through a hole in the U.S.-Mexico border wall, officials say.

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Manhattan Beach Police Officer Charged With Sending Sexually Explicit Messages To Teenage GirlJohn Cheatham, 33, was charged on Feb. 25 with two felony counts of contacting a minor for a sexual offense and a misdemeanor count of annoying or molesting a child.

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Dolly Parton Gets 'A Dose Of Her Own Medicine', Receives COVID-19 VaccineDolly Parton received "a dose of her own medicine" this week when she got her first shot of the COVID-19 vaccine.

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Residential-retail project rises above ground in East PasadenaIn the unincorporated community of East Pasadena, the concrete podium of a mixed-use development from APPA Real Estate is starting to rise above street level.

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Storm Brings Rain, Wind To Southern CaliforniaThis is the first storm to bring rain to the region in a several weeks.

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1 killed in fiery Fairfax District crash at end of deputy chaseThe crash occurred around 10:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 2, near Fairfax Avenue and Third Street when the driver of a sedan chased by deputies crashed into a SUV, killing that driver, said Nicholas Prange of the Los Angeles Fire Department.

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States rapidly expand access as vaccine supplies riseUp to now, the vaccination campaign against the outbreak that has killed over a half-million Americans has concentrated mostly on health care workers and senior citizens.

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Pac-12 Tournament: UCLA women's basketball feels the urgencyThe third-seeded Bruins, ranked ninth in the nation and winner of four of their past five games, open the conference tourney Thursday vs. the winner of Colorado and Washington.

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DEA Talks Cannabis in National Drug Threat AssessmentThe DEA talked cannabis in its annual National Drug Threat Assessment that was released earlier this week.

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An Updated Mid-Century House in Los Angeles Hits Market for $16.5 MillionThe property, now encompassing more than two acres, underwent a restoration and expansion over the last two-and-a half years that was “inspired by the original architectural influence and the resort community of Tulum, Mexico, ” said Ernie Carswell of Douglas Elliman, who is co-listing the property with Christopher Pickett, also of...

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J&J Vaccine Deemed Safe By Western Workgroup Independent of FDAAn independent scientific panel reviewed and confirmed that the J&J single-dose vaccine is safe and effective for use in California.

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Standing's Butchery Offers Burgers, Breakfast By Salt's Cure to VeniceThe mega-popular Melrose butcher shop is opening a dual space on Main Street, with room for some of LA's best breakfast and lots of juicy burgers — plus wine, cheese, and meat.

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ICC opens war crimes probe into Israeli actionsIsrael has argued that it waged a war of self-defense against nonstop rocket fire against its cities.

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Deposition raises questions about USA Gymnastics' review of sexual abuse policiesUSA Gymnastics officials have consistently refused to release such documents, choosing instead in the aftermath of the Larry Nassar sexual abuse scandal to launch a series of public relations campaigns trumpeting measures that the Indianapolis-based national governing body said will better protect young gymnasts from abusive coaches and officials.

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69-year-old Joel Beltran of El Centro Injured in Holtville Crash on State Route 115Beltran was driving a 2011 Peterbilt tractor-trailer going northbound on Route 115 near Norrish Road.

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LAPD officer dies days after being hit by car in South Los AngelesSan Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich slams Texas governor for lifting Covid mandates.

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LA Metro Considers Getting Rid Of Fares For Low-Income Riders Beginning In 2022The agency that operates public transportation in Los Angeles County is continuing efforts to explore the possibility of eliminating fares entirely on its trains and buses.

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Rain arrives in Southern California, but how long will it last?Mountain areas at 5,000 feet elevation and higher were also expected to see snow.

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Danielle Gersh's Weather ForecastA high of 60 for the Inland Empire and 41 for the mountains Wednesday.

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Fiery sheriff's pursuit in Fairfax district leaves one deadFootage shows an SUV on a sidewalk near the Grove, pinned between a tree and a building, as firefighters attempted to free the driver.

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Biden slams 'Neanderthal thinking' of lifting mask rulesThe last thing  the last thing we need is Neanderthal thinking that in the meantime, everythings fine, take off your mask, forget it.

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Third Stimulus Check: Why Your Next Relief Payment May Not Be $1,400A third stimulus check seems likely, but it won't necessarily be the $1,400 amount that everyone keeps talking about.

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COVID-19 relief bill: Democrats to narrow who gets checksSenate Democratic leaders and President Biden have agreed to more narrowly target which Americans would be eligible for a $1,400 stimulus payment.

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Trump's plea could complicate GOP fundraising effortsWhile Trump left office as a deeply unpopular figure, he remains a powerful draw for small-dollar, grassroots donors, a reality that has been abundantly clear in fundraising appeals over the last w...

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Biden administration OKs state request to use Medi-Cal to provide COVID-19 testing for low-income studentsThe approval of Medicaid funding comes two days after a $6.6 billion deal, struck between Newsom and the state Legislature Monday, to incentivize schools to reopen by rewarding them with funds.

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Manhattan Beach police officer charged with sexting a juvenileManhattan Beach Police Officer John Cheatham has been accused of sending sexually explicit messages to a minor whom he met after she reported a crime.

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Gavin Newsom Blasts Greg Abbott for 'Reckless' COVID ApproachGavin Newsom had some choice words for Greg Abbott, who on Tuesday announced he was opening Texas "100 percent" and soon.

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The Star Team From LA's n/naka Open a Bento-Pushing Izakaya in Mid-CityThe new n/soto features ekiben bento boxes and, soon, izakaya fare, and opens for takeaway reservations on Friday.

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Storm Brings Cooler Temperatures, Rain, Snow To Southern CaliforniaThe storm is expected to a quick moving one, drifting out of the area by Wednesday night.

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On this day in 2020Excitement turned to painful realizations of the gravity of my situation. A woman on my page spoke to her boss about hiring me.

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Memories of Jim Bonds still fresh as St. Francis football begins to prepare for season without himBonds, who led the football program for 20 years, died in October. Now back on the field, the teams players and coaches are missing their longtime leader, but there is some laughter, too.

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How to sign up for a COVID-19 vaccine in Los Angeles CountyVaccine eligibility in L.A. County changed on March 1. If it's your turn, here are some ways to sign up for a COVID-19 vaccine appointment.

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Rain Falls On Orange CountyToday's storm is expected to move into the Inland Empire this afternoon. Amy Johnson and Danielle Gersh report.

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Arizona Coyotes make a quick trip to Los Angeles to play the KingsArizona will be heading to Los Angeles to play the Kings and immediately returning home.

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Program Helps Young People Who Could Be DACA CandidatesMany youths who could benefit from the DACA program are not taking advantage of an immigration opportunity.

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Michaels signs a $5 billion deal with Apollo to go privateThe arts and crafts retailer based in Irving, Texas, said it has agreed to be acquired by Apollo Global Management Inc.

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Alamo Drafthouse theater chain files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy amid pandemic woesThe Texas-based chain will sell its assets to private equity firms Altamont Capital Partners and Fortress Investment Group as part of a reorganization.

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Strong quake batters Greece, felt in the BalkansOne man was injured by falling debris but there were no other immediate reports of serious injury.

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L.A. City Council approves $275M for eight affordable housing developmentsIn a series of votes yesterday, the Los Angeles City Council approved the issuance of more than $275 million in bonds for the construction of eight affordable housing developments in Central Los Angeles, the South Bay, South Los Angeles, and the Eastside.

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What does Angels leadoff hitter David Fletcher have to add to his game?Manager Joe Maddon loves everything Fletcher does, so when asked how the second baseman could take his game to the next level, Maddons only suggestion was for him to steal a few more bases.

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Myanmar forces reportedly kill at least 33 protestersDemonstrators have regularly flooded the streets of cities across the country since the military seized power and ousted the elected government of leader Aung San Suu Kyi.

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Los Angeles County's leaders are failing us, it's time to hold them accountableCourts have their place in our system of government, but when it comes to the big issues, like freedom, they’re proving to be inadequate to the task at hand.

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California DMV Warns Of Text Message Phishing Scam Asking For Real ID Information UpdateThe DMV says it would never ask for personal information through email, text, or over the phone.

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What you watch on Disney+ will shape your Disneyland experience a€” and vice versaDisney has a simple three-pronged goal in the post-pandemic world of in-home and out-of-home entertainment: Turn Disney+ subscribers into theme park visitors, convert park fans into streaming bingers and increase the guest satisfaction for the overlap.

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The Meteoric Rise of Saad Alami RahmouniBrand Partner Content* Saad Alami Rahmouni is the owner of Worldwide Luxury Concierge LLC, the hospitality virtuoso is ready to get back to the industry that has made him a pillar in Miami nightlife.

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Anti-Asian Hate Crimes Spiked in Los Angeles Last YearAnti-Asian hate crimes have continued to plague big cities across the country as pandemic rhetoric proliferates.

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Sydney Blank is a Pioneer for Vegan SkincareBrand Partner Content* Sydney Blank is a former model who has embarked on a journey to change the way people use skincare products.

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Future of Work Commission identifies challenges, offers fuzzy to bad ideasTheir ideas are precisely what will stifle the state’s long-term prospects, drive out employers and aggravate the problems they want to solve.

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With $6.5 billion sale of Venetian resort, Las Vegas Sands exits the StripLas Vegas Sands is selling the iconic Venetian casino resort and its Sands Expo and Convention Center for $6.25 billion, withdrawing from gambling operations on the Las Vegas Strip after changing the nature of the casino business there and just about everywhere else.

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Free Rock 'N' Relief virtual concert with Foo Fighters, Deadmau5 and more to aid COVID-19 responseThe event will benefit the non-profit organization CORE and its efforts to provide free COVID-19 testing and vaccines to low-income communities in Los Angeles.

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Get into the virtual tour for The Getty MuseumMany of the fun and educational experiences we would typically visit are still temporarily closed in 2021.

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We're About To Get Rain But It Won't Be MuchAs a low-pressure system moves through Southern California on Wednesday, Los Angeles and Ventura counties should see light rain and local mountains will likely get a bit of snow.

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Florence Pugh Bundles Up for Flight Out of Los AngelesThe 25-year-old Midsommar and Little Women actress arrived at LAX Airport for a flight out of town on Wednesday afternoon in Los Angeles.

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On 30-Year Anniversary Of The Rodney King Beating, LA Recalls One Of The Most Defining Moments Of Its HistoryOn March 3, 1991, a plumber named George Holliday recorded four white LAPD officers using batons, Tasers, feet and fists to beat a Black man later identified as Rodney King.

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2021 Schedules Released For USC, UCLA FootballThe Pac-12 has released its 2021 football schedule, which includes out-of-conference games, unlike last season.

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30 years later, Rodney King beating remains a seminal part of LA and US historyOn March 3, 1991, a Lake View Terrace plumber used his new video camera to record four white Los Angeles police officers using batons, Tasers, feet and fists to beat a Black man later identified as...

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Mixed-use building planned for Huntington DriveA parking lot on the border between El Sereno and Montecito Heights could be redeveloped with multifamily housing and retail space, according to an application recently submitted to the Los Angeles Department of City Planning.

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A.M. Brief: Bear Spotted Roaming Eagle RockIt's the bear's world, and we're just living in it, right? Also this morning: Another year of drought conditions in California, a tragic car crash near the border, and a petition to reopen museums in Los Angeles.

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When will entertainment return to casinos in Southern California and Las Vegas?Bringing back large entertainment events is still a moving target for many casinos because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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LA City Council finalizes $5 'Hero Pay' emergency ordinanceThe hazard pay will be given in addition to employees base wages for the next 120 days.

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LA City Council expected to finalize 'Hero Pay' emergency ordinance todaySimilar initiatives have been popping up all over Southern California amid the pandemic. The L.A. County Board of Supervisors passed a bump for grocery workers in unincorporated areas last week and temporary pay hikes have passed in recent weeks in Irvine, Long Beach, Montebello and West Hollywood.

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Biden backs tighter limits on stimulus checks to speed COVID-19 relief billPresident Joe Biden has agreed to moderate Democrats’ demands to narrow eligibility for stimulus checks, but rejected a push to trim extra unemployment benefits, as he tries to win support for his $1.9 trillion pandemic-relief bill, according to a Democratic aide.

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Disneyland Begins Slow Return With New In-Person Food Event at ParkPlus, a bunch of restaurants are opening up their patios again, and the Family Style Fest returns.

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Zara Larsson is No Mere Poster GirlSwedish dance-pop singer Zara Larsson is celebrating the release of new album Poster Girl with a live streamed show.

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Man Found Dead After Fire At Homeless Encampment In PalmsIt's not clear how the fire started, but witnesses at the scene say a propane gas tank may have exploded in the man's tent.

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Should You Go to the Dentist During COVID-19?Are you wondering if it's safe to go to the dentist during a pandemic? Here's why you shouldn't delay dental care and what to know before visiting your dentist.

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St. Patrick's Day Drinks for Wine LoversCelebrate with lucky elixers and sips that shimmer lot pots of gold.

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Everyone is essentialEarly on, politicians declared that they would decide who was essential. Everyone else was told to stay home.

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L.A., O.C. counties reopening economies: What to knowLos Angeles and Orange counties could soon move into the red tier, allowing some in-person school and more indoor business operations to resume.

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Richard P. Blankenship is the Entrepreneur Bringing a Blend of Technology and Lifestyle to Las VegasBrand Partner Content* Richard P. Blankenship is the Cofounder and Chief Revenue Office behind Prizeout, a financial technology company rapidly gaining momentum in the industry.

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Liz Kennedy is a Strong Proponent for a Cultural ShiftBrand Partner Content* Liz Kennedy is very different from just being another beauty influencer, she is a an inspirational source of arrived on the beauty scene when she represented a number of different beauty products, catapulting her to becoming a famous on-air TV host.

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Los Angeles Lakers: 4 Lessons in ugly loss to the Phoenix SunsThe Los Angeles Lakers played an important game against the Phoenix Suns that could have completely covered the four-game losing stench of last week.

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Ecdysterone Guide: How It Works, Benefits, Best Dosage and MoreIf youve been researching a more potent substance for building muscle mass, youve most likely stumbled upon Ecdysterone.

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Coming 2 America Star Jermaine Fowler Lives Out a DreamLifelong Coming to America fan Jermaine Fowler plays the son of Eddie Murphy's African prince Akeem in Coming 2 America.

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Carla Malden talks new YA novel ahead of Diesel Bookstore chat about books and late father Karl MaldenMalden, the daughter of late actor Karl Malden, will discuss her novel "Shine Until Tomorrow" and share stories about her life and father during a Crowdcast event hosted by Diesel Bookstore and moderated by author and film critic Stephen Farber.

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Usc, Ucla Football Schedules ReleasedThe PAC-12 released its 2021 schedule on Tuesday. DeMarco Morgan reports.

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Snowpack Indicates Dry Year Ahead For CaliforniaThe Sierra snowpack measured 61% of the March 2nd average. DeMarco Morgan reports.

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Los Angeles' Most Exciting New Restaurants Are Ghost Pop-UpsBorn of necessity during the pandemic, these brilliant takeout-only projects are letting chefs get creative.

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Metro A Line service to be suspended for system maintenanceMetro will replace A. Line trains with shuttle buses from 4 a.m. Saturday, March 6 to Sunday, March 7, 2021, between the Del Amo and Pacific Avenue stations for routine system maintenance.

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System of a Down frontman Serj Tankian drops new music, talks documentary 'Truth to Power'Tankians Elasticity EP drops on March 19 and Truth to Power will be available on video on demand on April 27.

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Fire Breaks Out In Gardena BuildingNo injuries were reported, and the cause of the fire was under investigation. Suzanne Marques reports.

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Homeless Man Killed In Encampment FireThe man's propane tank may have exploded in his tent. DeMarco Morgan reports.

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Becerra's nomination to lead Health agency clears committeeCalifornia Atty. Gen. Xavier Becerra's nomination to become the nation's first Latino secretary of Health and Human Services is headed to the Senate floor after the Finance Committee deadlocked Wednesday in a party-line vote.

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Maria Bello Bids Farewell To 'NCIS'The actress says she is open to making appearances in future episodes, however. Suzanne Marques reports.

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Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Made Secret Visit To Stanford Researcher Who Studies Science Of CompassionPrince Harry and Meghan Markle were in the Bay Area February of 2020 right before the pandemic.

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Hydrant Sheared In Long Beach CrashThe hydrant spewed water from underneath a white SUV before crews could get the water shut off.

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Maersk Boxships That Lost Containers Heading for Los AngelesMaersk is reporting that its boxship the Maersk Eindhoven has resumed its voyage recovering quicker...

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Trading for Orlando Brown Jr. is one way Chargers could fix O-lineThe Chargers know they need to improve the offensive line to help Justin Herbert flourish in his second season.

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Women-led L.A. businesses for International Women's Day 2021In honor of International Women's Day, we celebrate some of our favorite women-owned design businesses in and around Los Angeles.

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Family of slain Arcadia senior stunned that suspect could avoid life sentenceChyong Jen Tsai, 76, of Arcadia was beaten, strangled and stabbed in April 2019. Here is why the man charged with her murder could get a shorter term.

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Bear Spotted Meandering Through Eagle Rock NeighborhoodLos Angeles County animal control officers responded in an effort to remove the bear from the area, but were unable to catch it as of early Wednesday morning.

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Morning Brief: California Is in for Another Critically Dry YearA lawsuit accuses comedian Chris D’Elia of violating child pornography and child sexual exploitation statues. The suit is brought by a woman who claims he groomed her for sex while she was a teen, solicited explicit photos and videos of her, and “lured” her into sex when she was 17 and he was 34.Â.

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COVID rules: Which states just ended mask laws, reopened businessesSeveral governors this week have announced looser COVID restrictions, including the lifting of the statewide mask orders in Texas and Mississippi.

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Frumpy Middle-aged Mom: I'm gimpy but I'm getting ready to travelWhatever Im able to do will be a lot more interesting than sitting in my recliner watching Netflix.

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David Crosby on Joni Mitchell, Phoebe Bridgers, solo debutDavid Crosby was grieving his girlfriend's death when he and friends made 'If I Could Only Remember My Name.' Panned in 1971, it's now a classic.

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SoCal Artist Victoria Cassinova Paints Her Own StoryWhether its creating a portrait illustration of LeBron James for Time Magazine, or designing the poster for Spike Lee's 'Da 5 Bloods', chances are you've seen the extraordinary work of Southern California visual artist Victoria Cassinova.

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Small Alligator Discovered During Drug Raid At Port Hueneme HomeThe alligator was found in a "poorly secured tank with rancid water," police said in a news release.

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California driver who hit grandmother, infant after police chase gets nearly 19 1/2 yearsSANTA BARBARA — A driver who plowed onto a sidewalk, striking and seriously injuring a grandmother and a baby in a stroller at the end of a Southern California police chase, has been sentenced to nearly 19 1/2 years in prison, authorities said Tuesday.

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Dr. Dave Hnida Shares COVID Checklist As Parents Send Their Students Back To ClassroomsMore school districts are returning to full in-person learning as they get middle and high schoolers back in classrooms.

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Which big city has California's most-overvalued homes?Wall Street credit watcher Fitch Ratings has a quarterly measurement of housing valuations — too high, too low, or just right — weighing home prices vs. underlying business and real estate fundamen...

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The 'bad girls' of gangland LA: Janette Beckman's best photographTheyd had to have their car repainted because it got covered in blood when someone was shot.

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Comedian Chris D'Elia Accused Of Sexual Misconduct In New LawsuitA lawsuit filed Tuesday alleges comedian Chris D'Elia violated federal child sexual exploitation and child pornography laws by victimizing an underage girl.

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Junior lifeguard programs plan to resume at most So Cal beachesWant to get your kids outdoors to learn ocean safety? Some junior lifeguard programs have already kicked off registration and tryouts.

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The next time you order takeout, call the restaurant"They are a necessary evil." How third-party food delivery services are still crippling restaurants.

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It's a Wuki.World and We Just Live in itAs he prepares to release his new album WUKI.WORLD, talented Jersey electronic artist Wuki told us that he started producing when he was a teenager.

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Review: Megan Nolan's "Acts of Desperation," toxic relationsMegan Nolan's "Acts of Desperation," about a woman in thrall to an older man, stands out from similar tales with an uncannily self-aware narrator.

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LA Civil Rights Leaders Say Police Must Do Better Job Handling Anti-Asian HateLeaders in L.A'.s Asian and Black communities called on police to improve their response to hate incidents and build trust among victims.

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Construction goes vertical for 42-story apartment tower at 8th and FigueroaWith the arrival of a tower crane this week, construction is now ramping up for Mitsui Fudosan America's new residential high-rise at the intersection of 8th and Figueroa Streets in Downtown Los Angeles.

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LA sheriffs execute search warrant on Tiger Woods's car after crashThe Los Angeles county sheriffs department has executed a search warrant on Tiger Woodss car after the golfer was involved in a serious crash last week.

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Disneyland to manage crowds with upcoming changes to annual pass program, Disney CEO saysSunsetting the annual pass program was just the first of several steps Disneyland plans to take to enhance the guest experience, Disney CEO Bob Chapek said this week during the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media and Telecommunications Conference.

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Railroad Worker Killed After 2 Freight Trains 'Converge' In Buena ParkA railroad employee was killed after being found trapped between two freight trains in Buena Park early Tuesday morning.

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Donor Accidentally Leaves $5,000 Cash In Jacket Donated To Texas Goodwill StoreIn early February workers at the Goodwill store in Hurst, Texas were approached by a man in a panic, who explained that his wife had accidentally donated a jacket with $5,000 cash in the pocket.

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Sheriff seeks 'black box' data from Tiger Woods' SUV in Rancho Palos Verdes crashLOS ANGELES — A search warrant has been executed by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department to obtain data from the "black box" in the Genesis GV80 SUV that golfer Tiger Woods was driving when he crashed in Rancho Palos Verdes, it was reported Wednesday morning.

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Los Angeles Angels: Time for Albert Pujols to come clean about ageDuring a recent episode of "The Dan Le Batard Show," former Miami Marlins exec. David Samson accused Albert Pujols of lying about his age.

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Search Warrant Executed To Obtain Black Box Data In Tiger Woods CrashThe black box could give them information such as how fast Woods was traveling at the time of the wreck, whether he hit the brakes and whether the air bags inflated properly.

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Essential California: More vaccine doses comingPresident Biden said Tuesday that the U.S. would have enough COVID-19 vaccines by the end of May to inoculate every American adult, two months earlier than previously expected.

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Everybody Loves The Sunshine: Black Angelenos Helped Shape The CityThe number of Black Angelenos and their agency has declined precipitously over the years. The spirit of Black LA, embodied by Nipsey Hussle and others who carry on his philanthropic legacy, urges the Black community to recover power by reclaiming and preserving Black spaces for the next generation.

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One Killed After 2 Freight Trains ‘Converge' In Buena ParkOne person was killed after being found trapped between two freight trains in Buena Park early Tuesday morning.

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New Treatment Gets Young People With Knee Problems Back In Game: ‘Couldn't Walk, I Was Dragging My Right Leg Behind Me':There is a new treatment that is getting young people with knee problems back in the game.

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Progress report: Los Angeles AngelsSizing up the Los Angeles Angels ahead of the 2021 season.

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California reopening speeds up despite COVID-19 risksAs daily coronavirus cases plunge, California is barreling toward what would be the widest reopening of businesses, schools and public spaces since the horrific surge of the fall and winter.

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Exclusive: Granada Hills Residents Fear For Their Safety, Property Values As Junk Piles In Neighbors YardResidents of a Granada Hills neighborhood fear for their safety and property values after what looks to be a junkyard has taken over one home's yard.

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Los Angeles Mandates Hazard Pay For Grocery, Drug Store WorkersThe city’s emergency ordinance requires large grocery and drug stores to pay their employees an extra $5 per hour for the elevated health risks they face during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Have You Noticed Higher Gas Prices Lately? You're Not AloneAccording to the Auto Club of Southern California, gas prices in Los Angeles County have hit their highest rates since December 2019, with self-serve regular gasoline getting more expensive for most of February.

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Teachers, Food Workers Now Eligible To Get Vaccinated In LA CountyAlso newly-eligible to get vaccinated are childcare workers, law enforcement personnel and emergency services workers.

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13 Killed After Big Rig, SUV Collide In Imperial County; Human Smuggling Investigation UnderwayIMPERIAL — Authorities say a human smuggling investigation is underway after 13 people were killed Tuesday morning when an SUV carrying over two-dozen people collided with a big rig on a Southern California highway in Imperial County near the U.S.-Mexico border.

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Sailor Killed, 5 More Injured In Crash En Route To Camp PendletonA Navy sailor was killed and five other service members were injured when five military trucks were involved in a chain-reaction crash Tuesday morning on a Southern California highway, authorities said.

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How to help teachers with mental health amid COVID-19The pandemic has taken a toll on educators, who are now on the cusp of school reopenings.

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Los Angeles Water sets $425m real estate pacing plan for 2021Los Angeles Water and Power Employees' Retirement Plan is planning to invest up to $425m in real estate funds this year, according to the pension fund's real estate consultant StepStone.

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Free agency could cause new Rams coordinator Raheem Morris to shuffle defenseMorris inherits a defense that was the best in the NFL last season, but salary-cap issues could cause the Rams to lose three crucial starters.

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Letters to the Editor: The solution to saving California's condors? Stop building in their habitatsDusk settles over power-generating wind turbines near the Tehachapi Mountains in Rosamond, Calif. Federal wildlife officials are allowing Manzana, a private wind energy company, to provide funding to breed critically endangered California condors to replace any killed by its turbines.

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Los Angeles vehicle chase results in death of innocent driver near Farmers Market; suspect arrested: reportA suspect was arrested Tuesday night following a vehicle pursuit that ended in a deadly crash in Los Angeles.

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Biden: U.S. Will Have Enough Vaccines For All Adults 'By The End of May'Minus the Bubbly and Bashes, The Golden Globes was About the Work - Sort of.

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Lakers star LeBron James to miss first game of seasonLakers star LeBron James will miss his first game of the season Wednesday after staying in L.A. when the team traveled Tuesday night to Sacramento.

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Pedestrian struck and killed on 134 Freeway in North HollywoodThe California Highway Patrol received reports about 7:50 p.m. of a person running across the eastbound Ventura Freeway just east of the Hollywood.

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LeBron James to miss 1st game of Los Angeles Lakers' season at SacramentoLeBron James is getting a game off after starting the first 36 for the Los Angeles Lakers this season.

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Devin Booker ejected, Phoenix Suns still top defending champion Los Angeles LakersPhoenix Suns was still able to beat defending champion Los Angeles Lakers after Devin Booker was ejected with 7:10 left in the third quarter.

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Los Angeles Lakers' LeBron James out for Wednesday's game vs. Sacramento KingsLakers star LeBron James will remain in L.A. to receive treatment on his left ankle while the team heads to Sacramento for Wednesday's game against the Kings.

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Maxton Hunter's 'Paradise Syndrome' is a Slice of West Coast EuphoriaThe budding producer shares on his new EP, his drive as a collaborator, and the challenges of recording alone.

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'It's Indefensible': VA Spent Millions In Taxpayer Dollars To Perform Experiments On CatsThe U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has spent millions in taxpayer dollars to perform laboratory tests on cats at three facilities nationwide - including a secretive lab at the West Los Angeles VA.

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1 Dead After Short Pursuit Ends In Fiery Crash Near The Grove; 1 In CustodyA short pursuit came to a fiery end Tuesday night near The Grove in the Fairfax District, killing one person.

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Reaction Mixed After Decision To Stop Publishing 6 Dr. Seuss Books Over Racist Imagery AnnouncedSix Dr. Seuss books will no longer be published due to their depictions of minorities, Dr. Seuss Enterprises announced Tuesday, which happens to be Dr. Seuss's birthday and a date celebrated across the country as Read Across America Day.

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Suns Defeat Lakers After a 38-Point LeBron GameAfter a hard fought game, the Lakers fall to the Suns 114-104.

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Union Rescue Mission CEO Andy Bales Won't Stop Until Homelessness Is No Longer An IssueAndy Bales, CEO of Union Rescue Mission, has spent the last 35 years being a champion for the most vulnerable, but he said this year has been the hardest.

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Lakers vs. Kings, Three Things to Know: March 3, 2021The Lakers head to Sacramento for the final game before the All-Star break.

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Southland Counties Inching Closer To State's Less Restrictive Red TierAcross the Southland, falling case numbers and transmission rates have put counties closer to the less restrictive red tier than they've been in months.

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LAUSD Says Getting Teachers Vaccinated Is Key To Schools ReopeningDespite a financial incentive, it's still unclear if elementary schools will reopen on April 9, the target date set by the Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent Austin Beutner.

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Depleted Lakers fade against Suns despite LeBron James' 38 pointsWith injury issues mounting, the defending champs lose for the fifth time in seven games as Phoenix overcomes Devin Bookers ejection for a 114-104 victory.

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Fire Erupts at Abandoned Mulligan Family Fun Center in TorranceA fire at the abandoned Mulligan Family Fun Center in the South Bay sent black smoke into the sky Tuesday evening.

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Kawhi-Less Clippers Fall to Celtics, 117-112Kemba Walker had 25 points and six assists, and the Celtics took advantage of a late scratch of All-Star Kawhi Leonard and held off the Los Angeles Clippers 117-112 on Tuesday night.

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California Court Upholds Now-Lapsed LA County Dining BanThe appeal court had previously stayed the lower court order. A statewide shutdown then went into effect, superseding LA County's closure.

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Rodney King: 30 years after brutal beating, activists say LAPD 'still corrupt and violent'Advocates who lived through the riots are now fighting to defund the police and dismantle unions that thwart accountability.

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Max And Nico Re-emerge With Gorgeous Ep, "down In A Decade"Growing up outside of Seattle making music on Bainbridge Island, the two now find themselves in different cities balancing personal schedules and new career directions.

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Suns Overcome Booker's Ejection, Hold Off Lakers 114-104Dario Šarić scored 10 of his 21 points in the fourth quarter, Mikal Bridges added 19 and the Phoenix Suns overcame Devin Booker's ejection for a 114-104 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday night.

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Human Smuggling Investigation Underway After 13 Killed After Big Rig, SUV Collide In Imperial CountyAuthorities say a human smuggling investigation is underway after 13 people were killed Tuesday when an SUV carrying 25 people and a big rig collided on a Southern California highway near the U.S.-Mexico border.

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Biden Says US Will Have Enough COVID Vaccine Supply For All Adults By End Of MayPresident Biden on Tuesday announced the U.S. will have enough vaccine supply to cover all adults by the end of May, significantly sooner than his previous timeline of July.

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Angels get a look at top two pitching prospects in loss to RedsChris Rodriguez strikes out both batters he faces, hitting 98 mph, and then Reid Detmers adds a scoreless inning, with one strikeout.

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El Monte PD Releases Sketch Of Man Wanted In Connection With Fatal Hit-And-Run

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Dodgers score in last inning to tie Giants, 1-1Dodgers pitcher Walker Buehler, shown in a file photo, made his first start of the spring and pitched two scoreless innings in a 1-1, seven-inning tie against the Giants on Tuesday night in Scottsdale, Ariz.

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Person Killed After Being Struck On 134 Freeway In North Hollywood

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City Council Overturns Mayor's Veto Of LAPD Budget Reallocation PlanL.A. City Council voted to override Mayor Eric Garcetti's veto of a spending plan that would reallocate $88 million of LAPD budget.

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Ramp From 605 Freeway To Close For 3 Months In IrwindaleIRWINDALE — An off-ramp from the northbound 605 Freeway in Irwindale will be shut down for three months for construction work, Caltrans announced Tuesday.

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Coronavirus Today: Fighting anti-Asian racismRacist attacks on Asian Americans have worsened during the pandemic, inflamed by anti-Chinese rhetoric. One O.C. family's neighbors mobilized to help.

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Walker's 25 Lift Celtics Over Kawhi-Less Clippers 117-112Kemba Walker had 25 points and six assists, and the Boston Celtics took advantage of a late scratch of All-Star Kawhi Leonard and held off the Los Angeles Clippers 117-112 on Tuesday night.

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Riverside Surpasses 290K Total COVID-19 Cases, San Bernardino Nears 3K DeathsAs of Tuesday evening, Riverside County had performed 2,497,113 COVID-19 tests, San Bernardino County had performed 2,496,802 tests and Ventura County had performed 1,139,826 tests.

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Kawhi-less Clippers can't outlast CelticsWith Leonard a late scratch, Paul George scores 32 points and Reggie Jackson adds 25, but Kemba Walker and host Boston hand the Clippers their fifth loss in the last eight games, 117-112.

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Planning to attend Dodgers, Angels spring games? Expect thisHealth and safety precautions are enforced, so attending a Dodgers or Angels Cactus League game this spring looks to be an enjoyable experience.

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Horse Dies During Training At Los Alamitos Race CourseAnother horse died Tuesday while training at Los Alamitos Race Course in Cypress marking the third horse death since the CHRB granted the track a one-year license to continue conducting quarter horse racing.

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Flames gut closed amusement park in Harbor GatewayGraffiti was visible in aerial footage of the vacant structures roof as firefighters stood on ladders over the building and sprayed water down onto the blaze.

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LAPD's SMART teams responding to more calls after deployment change, commander saysSince Feb. 10, the team has responded to 56 more calls than in the same time the year before.

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Special election: Seven candidates vying for L.A.-area state Senate seatIf one of the seven candidates wins a majority of the vote, theyll avoid a runoff between the top two vote-getters.

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Homeland Security agent charged with briberyEx-Homeland Security agent Felix Cisneros Jr. is accused of taking bribes from an organized crime figure in return for law-enforcement favors.

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City Council Vetoes LA Mayor's Override Of Spending Plan For LAPD FundsThe Los Angeles City Council voted Tuesday to veto the mayor's override of a spending plan to redirect some funds from the LAPD to social programs.

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LAPD: Hate crimes against Asian Americans increased in 2020, but more are likely going unreportedNumbers reported by LAPD in 2020 likely only scratch the surface of the amount of hate going on in local communities, said members of civil rights groups.

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