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Column: This job requires you to pay $1,800 for your own training
A Southern California fitness company called Pure Barre charges job applicants $1,800 for their training. That may be illegal under California law.
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Families separated by Trump receive therapy, but funds could dry up soon
After Trump separated children from their families, they've gotten crucial therapy, paid for by the government. But the future of those services is up in the air.
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Suspect arrested in Fresno after robbing deliveryman of chips at knifepoint, police say
Suspect brandished a knife at a deliveryman outside a 7-Eleven and demanded chips, police say.
L.A. panel opposes yanking funds for Chatsworth homeless housing project
An unusual bid by L.A. City Councilman John Lee to pull back funding from a Chatsworth homeless housing project was opposed by a council committee.
Officers who fired projectiles at protesters violated LAPD policies, panel rules
Officers who shot one protester in the head and another in the groin with projectiles last spring violated LAPD policy Police Commission rules.
Fully vaccinated people can stop wearing masks in most places, CDC says
People who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 can safely stop wearing masks in most places, except in crowded indoor settings, the CDC announces.
Newsom proposes $1.5 billion in new small business COVID-19 grants
The additional funds from federal COVID-19 aid to the state would bring the amount allocated in recent months for grants to $4 billion, which Newsom told business leaders would make it the largest state program of its kind in the country.
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How donors give millions to Garcetti-backed nonprofit and keep their identities secret
Nearly $4 million has flowed into the Mayor's Fund for Los Angeles from donors who use accounts that allow them to shield their identities.
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L.A. County considering $1,000 for 1,000 residents in basic income program
L.A. County Supervisors Holly Mitchell and Sheila Kuehl are proposing that the county provide at least $1,000 to at least 1,000 residents for three years.
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'Microfarms' come to South L.A. frontyards, bringing fresh produce to food deserts
Jamiah Hargins wants microfarms to feed Los Angeles one frontyard at a time.
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Boosted by California's huge budget surplus, Newsom plays Santa Claus to California voters
Newsom has been traveling around California making expensive promises to voters who very likely will be deciding in a fall recall election whether to keep or toss him, columnist George Skelton writes.
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A rising rapper, an ill-fated Instagram post and a killing in the Hollywood Hills
The death of Pop Smoke stunned the music world last year. Now, new details of the slaying and how detectives tracked his alleged killers have come to light.
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San Marino man who drove through Pasadena protest pleads guilty to firearms charges
A San Marino man who drove his truck through a crowd of protesters last year in Pasadena pleaded guilty Wednesday to charges of conspiring to bring guns into California.
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Priest who gave President Biden's inaugural Mass resigns from Santa Clara University after investigation
The California priest who gave President Biden's inaugural Mass resigned as president of Santa Clara University this week after an investigation found he violated the Jesuit order's "protocols and boundaries."
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Younger teenagers will start getting COVID-19 vaccine Thursday in L.A. County
All eight vaccine sites run by L.A. County will begin offering the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine to children 12 and older starting Thursday.
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3 arrested after $500,000 watch is stolen off the wrist of Beverly Hills restaurant patron
Alleged gang members stole $500,000 watch from man dining outdoors in holdup that left woman shot in the leg
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Two more drivers report car windows being shot out on 91 Freeway in Inland Empire
Authorities said the windows were shot by a BB or pellet gun. There have been a handful of similar reports over the last week.
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