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How LA's Dangerous Sidewalks Could be Fixed a Lot Faster

When 88 year old Evelyn Clay was leaving the Wilfandel Club on West Adams last October, she tripped on a badly cracked sidewalk and fell backwards. "It was scary because it was so quick," Mrs. Clay told NBC4. "I was worried about breaking a bone that wouldn't heal." In fact,...
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James Corden reveals he only washes his hair ‘every two months’

James Corden said washing hair is not high on his priority list these days. On a recent episode of “The Late Late Show,” Corden revealed he only washes his hair once every two months as he reignited the never-ending debate over celebrity hygiene — or lack thereof. Corden, 43, talked about how Los Angeles residents were advised to spend as little time as possible in the shower in a bid to preserve local water supply.  The talk show host had trouble getting his head around the fact that the average shower lasts around 10 minutes, as his take much less. “I’m in and out...
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Community remains divided over proposed homeless housing — updated

Last week, Claremont residents got a second chance to hear directly from the company that wants to build affordable housing for formerly homeless people in Claremont. The second meeting with Jamboree Housing Corporation was subdued compared with the first. At the March 31 gathering, a large, energized and sometimes disorderly crowd peppered company officials with pointed questions about its plan to house formerly homeless people with special needs in a proposed 33-unit four-story building at 731 Harrison Avenue.
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Man beaten to death on downtown LA street

A man was killed in an assault on a street in downtown Los Angeles early Tuesday morning. The attack occurred at around 12:30 a.m. on a sidewalk in the Flower Street and 7th Avenue. Witnesses told Los Angeles police that the victim was walking south on Flower Street when he got into a dispute with the suspects that devolved into a physical assault. Responding officers found the victim lying on the sidewalk with a head injury. He died at the scene. The victim was described as being in his late 20s or early 30s. No arrests have been made and there was no word on what prompted the altercation. There was no immediate description of the suspects.
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Woman dead after a two-vehicle collision in Sun Valley (Los Angeles)

Woman dead after a two-vehicle collision in Sun Valley (Los Angeles)Nationwide Report. A woman lost her life following a two-vehicle accident on late Wednesday night in Sun Valley. As per the initial information, the fatal car crash took place in the area of Lankershim Boulevard and San Fernando Road at approximately 10:45 p.m. The early reports showed that a Nissan Versa was traveling east on Lankershim Boulevard when it failed to stop at a red light [...]
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Outdoor watering restrictions set to start June 1

The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California declared a water shortage emergency on April 27, and issued a one-day-a-week outdoor watering restriction for parts of Los Angeles, Ventura and San Bernardino counties, which is home to about 6 million southern Californians effective June 1. Parts of Los Angeles, Ventura and...
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Mac Miller's dealer sentenced to more than 17 years in prison for supplying deadly fentanyl-laced drugs

One of three people charged with supplying drugs that led to the Sept. 7, 2018 death of rapper Mac Miller has been sentenced to more than 17 years in prison. According to local news outlets ABC7 and CBS Los Angeles, 49-year-old Stephen Walter received the sentence Monday after entering a plea agreement that cut the typically mandatory 20-year sentence for the federal crime of distributing fentanyl.
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$40 million loan to fund new ULV College of Health

The University of La Verne continues to expand into Ontario with plans to build a new College of Health and Community Well-Being, and a $40 million loan from the city of Ontario to fund it. The College of Health and Community Well-Being will include nine existing programs: master of science...
LA VERNE, CA
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DUI Checkpoint Coming to Westside Friday Afternoon and Night

A Los Angeles Police Department DUI checkpoint is coming to the Westside this afternoon and tonight. The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) has announced that it will hold DUI/Driver License checkpoint and DUI saturation patrols in the upcoming days aimed at removing impaired drivers from the road. DUI checkpoints and...
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