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City Council | Community Advocates Push for Racial Bias Assessment

Public speakers on Wednesday demanded the city include racial bias as part of an assessment City Manager Arminé Chaparyan intends to commission on the city’s police department. The demand was echoed in written statements, including a one filed on behalf of three local social justice groups and signed by 69 people.
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Doctor Who Actress Tanya Fear Has Been Found

British actress Tanya Fear, known for her role in the 2018 Doctor Who episode "Arachnids in the UK," has been found after being reported missing in Los Angeles. CBS News reports having had the news confirmed by a spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Department. Initial reports stated that Fear, 31, had last seen near The Hollywood Bowl on September 9th. She hadn't contacted friends or family in three days, though newer reports said she had been spotted at the Trader Joe's on Santa Monica Boulevard on September 12th. The Los Angeles Police Department filed a missing person report for Fear on September 9th. Fear's friends and family then set up the @FindTanyaFear Twitter account dedicated to locating her and encouraged others to tweet with the hashtag #FindTanyaFear, sharing any information they had regarding her whereabouts.
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Community gathers for procession of fallen U.S. Marine Cpl. Hunter Lopez

LOS ANGELES - Community members gathered Thursday for the procession of fallen Marine Corporal, Hunter Lopez. Dozens of law enforcement officers were also there to show support. Lopez was among 13 service members killed in the terrorist attack in Afghanistan. Two other Marines from Riverside County – Corporal Dylan Merola...
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Man Arrest Made in Connection to Venice Boardwalk Shooting

New York man arrested as a suspect in September 8 shooting. Police arrested a New York man in connection to a recent shooting on the Venice Beach Boardwalk. According to the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), on September 8, around 6:10 p.m., a shooting took place on the Boardwalk area near Windward Plaza following a verbal dispute between the victim and suspect.
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Damien football finally wins close one, holds off Oaks Christian

LA VERNE — The Damien football team had already let two close games slip away against traditionally strong Southern California teams, losing by two points to Loyola and in overtime to Orange Lutheran last week. The Spartans didn’t let it happen again Thursday night. Freshman Steven Chavez scored on a...
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Focused Cypress football sprints past Katella to continue sizzling start

ANAHEIM — A few weeks have passed since Cypress football posted one of its biggest upsets in recent memory. If there were concerns of the success going to the Centurions’ head, they continued to debunk that theory Thursday. Senior running back Tomas Ramirez rushed for three first-half touchdowns and wide...
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Tustin football dominated by Ayala, sophomore QB Bryan Wilson

TUSTIN — Ayala dominated Tustin on both sides of the ball in a 42-7 nonleague football win Thursday at Tustin High. Tustin (3-2) was held to 40 yards rushing and struggled to give quarterback Tobey Schmidt time to throw the ball. “They (Ayala) got some big guys and they controlled...
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EXPLAINER: Fighting fire with fire to protect sequoia trees

LOS ANGELES — (AP) — With flames advancing toward the signature grove of ancient massive trees in Sequoia National Park, firefighters on Thursday fought fire with fire. Using firing operations to burn out flammable vegetation and other matter before the wildfire arrives in the Giant Forest is one of several ways firefighters can use their nemesis as a tool to stop, slow or redirect fires.
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