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Report: LAPD serves search warrants in City Hall racism leak investigation

The Los Angeles Police Department has served search warrants in its investigation into the leaked conversation that led to the City Hall racism scandal, to determine if the conversation was recorded illegally, the Los Angeles Times reported Tuesday. It remains unknown who recorded the year-old, racism-filled conversation that took place at the offices of the L.A. County Federation of Labor or who leaked it -- triggering a series of events that led Nury Martinez to step down as City Council president and then quit the council altogether, and Kevin de Leon and Gil Cedillo to face relentless calls for them to...
LOS ANGELES, CA
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7 House Items Buyers Almost Always Regret

The homebuying process is long, stressful, complicated, frustrating and expensive. Filling a new house up with stuff is supposed to be the fun part, but from kitchen appliances and home furnishings to...
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Opinion: Some homeless people are snowbirds

We think of snowbirds as wealthy seniors who jet to warmer climes in the winter. But some snowbirds can’t even afford a bus ticket. Indeed, people experiencing homelessness in Denver often migrate to places like Florida, California, Arizona, and Nevada when the weather gets cold. Some hop aboard freight trains, a few hitchhike, and still others do save up a few bucks for a bus ticket.
SANTA BARBARA, CA

Pusha T Condemns Ye’s Recent Comments: ‘No Room For Bigotry’

For the better part of a decade, Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, has drawn criticism for various remarks he’s made on public platforms and partnerships he’s seemingly formed with a number of public figures. Since 2016, he’s drawn backlash for declaring that slavery was a “choice” and sporting former President Donald Trump’s signature “Make America Great Again” hat. More recently, the criticism aimed at the Grammy Award winner has intensified after he made several dangerous comments about the Jewish community and the murder of George Floyd. Not to be forgotten, Trump recently called him a “seriously troubled man” after he invited white nationalist Nick Fuentes to have dinner with him. During a recent interview, Ye’s longtime collaborator, Pusha T, was asked about Ye’s recent actions and comments.

RSV, flu surge place strain on California children’s hospitals

California’s children’s hospitals have been struggling lately to provide care for a steady stream of young patients suffering from respiratory illnesses. Children’s Hospital Orange County has been seeing a massive increase in patients lately, prompting longer than usual wait times in the emergency room. The hospital has been dealing with around 450 patients per day, […]
ORANGE COUNTY, CA
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A look at how the Dodgers are building their 2023 team

It’s been a relatively quiet offseason for the Dodgers so far. Clayton Kershaw quickly signed on for another year, decisions have yet to be made about Justin Turner and Cody Bellinger, and the team has yet to surprise us with the blockbuster deals that have seemingly become tradition. Instead, there’s plenty of speculation, rumor, and analysis of how the Dodgers will continue to build their 2023 squad.
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LAPD serves warrants in City Hall leaked audio investigation: Report

LOS ANGELES - The Los Angeles Police Department has served search warrants in its investigation into the leaked conversation that led to the City Hall racism scandal, to determine if the conversation was recorded illegally, the Los Angeles Times reported Tuesday. The Times, citing sources who spoke anonymously because of...
LOS ANGELES, CA

Widow of slain cop Michael Paredes files $25M claim against LA DA George Gascón

The widow of a murdered Los Angeles cop has filed a $25 million claim against LA County District Attorney George Gascón, alleging that the violent gang member who gunned her husband down should have been in jail. Janine Paredes, whose 42-year-old husband Michael was one of two El Monte Police officers shot dead during a June firefight at a motel, filed the notice of claim Tuesday, the Los Angeles Times reported. The notice, which is the first step to filing a lawsuit, blames Gascón’s far-left criminal justice reform policies and the LA County probation department’s lax supervision for allowing the gunman, Justin...
EL MONTE, CA
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LAPD serves search warrants in leaked recording scandal

The Los Angeles Police Department has served search warrants in its investigation into the leaked conversation that led to the City Hall racism scandal, to determine if the conversation was recorded illegally, the Los Angeles Times reported today. The Times, citing sources who spoke anonymously because of the ongoing investigation,...
LOS ANGELES, CA

Lizzy Caplan Celebrates Her Mean Girls Co-Star Lindsay Lohan's Return To The Spotlight

This article contains mentions of addiction. Lizzy Caplan thinks it's so fetch that Lindsay Lohan is making a comeback. Caplan and Lohan both starred in the 2004 blockbuster film "Mean Girls" (via IMDb). Lohan played the lead as the new student at North Shore High School, Cady Heron, and Caplan took on the role of Lohan's on-screen BFF, Janis Ian. Just like their on-screen friendship, the two continue to support one another off-screen as well.

Samuel L. Jackson Takes Quentin Tarantino To Task Over His Marvel Remarks

Samuel L. Jackson and Quentin Tarantino have teamed to create some of the most memorable characters and movies to grace the silver screen. Jackson and Tarantino first worked together on the critically acclaimed "Pulp Fiction" in 1994, but that doesn't mean the two collaborators are going to always agree when it comes to their own respective artistic sensibilities. And Tarantino's highly publicized comments about the Marvel Cinematic Universe, of which Jackson is an integral part, continue to make headlines.
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Can Community Colleges Limit Your Right to Free Speech?

Learn about the legal cases brought against community colleges, who allegedly have been violating students' rights to freedom of speech. Although the United States Constitution asserts that all Americans have the freedom of speech, a handful of community college campuses may be silencing some voices. During classroom debates that focus on controversial topics, ranging from gay marriage to sexism in the workforce, tensions arise – but does this give community colleges the right to silence certain voices?
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