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Anti-Trump protester's suit alleges LAPD projectile broke vertebrae at demonstration
Federal lawsuit alleges LAPD officer shot an anti-Trump protester in the back with a projectile and broke two of his vertebrae in Tujunga in August.
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Officials release body camera video of the Isaias Cervantes shooting
The L.A. County Sheriff's Department released body camera footage showing the moments before a deputy shot and wounded a 25-year-old man in Cudahy.
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D.A. George Gascón's new vision for taking on L.A. County gangs draws confusion, criticism
L.A. County Dist. Atty. George Gascón announces that his office's Hardcore Gang unit will be reduced in size, renamed and reorganized.
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Gerald Haslam, author who chronicled life in rural California, dies at 84
Gerald Haslam, a prolific author and historian who chronicled rural life in California's Central Valley and beyond, has died at 84.
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Rob Bonta is confirmed as California attorney general
Bonta, 49, will become the first Filipino American to to head the Department of Justice when he takes the oath of office at a ceremony on Friday.
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'Our lives are hanging by a thread': Latino parents with chronic diseases fear COVID-19 as schools reopen
Latino parents with health issues ask LAUSD: If we get sick or die from COVID-19, who will take care of our children?
Column: Bob Johnson, Orange County civil rights pioneer, dies at 88
He called me about once a month, showed up to my office every couple of months and emailed me constantly as he slowly revealed the racist core of my homeland like a Gnostic teacher training an apprentice.
Photos: Here's what Yosemite looks like one year after the animals took over
Yosemite National Park has reopened with limited capacity. Here are some photos of visitors' return and a few shots of the time when animals reigned one year ago.
BLM-LA co-founder Melina Abdullah says the work 'ain't near done' after the Chauvin verdict
BLM-LA activists say they will continue to call for the LAPD to be defunded after the Derek Chauvin guilty verdict and amid L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti's proposal to increase funding for the department.
Police will hold off on releasing body camera footage from O.C. mass shooting
Minutes before a press conference on where footage of the mass shooting was to be released, Orange County's district attorney raised concerns that the investigation would be adversely impacted.
Half of LAPD personnel have gotten at least one COVID-19 shot
The fact that half of LAPD staff still haven't been vaccinated suggests a large number of officers have chosen not to receive the shots.
Not all Asian Americans are being vaccinated at high rates. A Chinatown clinic shows why
Governments rely on data that doesn't differentiate between groups of Asian Americans , but wealth gaps, language barriers, technology can all make a big difference
Newsom launches effort to deal with drought; emergencies declared in two counties
Gov. Newsom has declared a drought emergency in Mendocino and Sonoma counties but said he was not prepared to issue statewide water-use restrictions.
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LAUSD Supt. Austin Beutner to step down when contract up June 30
LAUSD Supt. Beutner guided the district through a tumultuous teachers strike and a year of unprecedented coronavirus-forced school closures.
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L.A. COVID-19 vaccine sites reopen after being closed ahead of Chauvin verdict
The sites at Cal State L.A., Crenshaw Christian Center, Dodger Stadium, Hansen Dam, Lincoln Park, Los Angeles Southwest College, Pierce College, San Fernando Park and USC will operate Wednesday.
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Column: With Chauvin's conviction, justice was served for once. I'll cheer when it's a norm
Cops like Derek Chauvin can't continue to be the norm in America. Nor can a cop getting convicted for breaking the law continue to be the exception.
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Column: Finally, at least for this moment, justice prevailed in Minneapolis
The Rodney King verdict made it hard for me to believe there would be justice for George Floyd. I'm relieved I was wrong.
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Can L.A. really clear homeless people from skid row by October? Here's what we know
Clear homeless people from skid row by October? This is a judge's bold order for L.A.
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Class-action settlement against former UCLA gynecologist a 'travesty,' lawyers say
Attorneys and victims say class action settlement of UCLA doctor alleged sexual abuse aids cover-up.
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At flashpoint of George Floyd protests, Fairfax Avenue reacts to verdict with relief
At flashpoint of George Floyd protests, Fairfax Avenue praises verdict and hopes for justice
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