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Man Killed at Metro Station, Suspect at Large
September 16, 2021
A search was continuing today for the person who fatally shot a man who had just stepped off a Metro train south of downtown Los Angeles. ... read more »
LAWA Launches Program To Encourage LA Business Discounts To Airport Employees
September 16, 2021
The Los Angeles World Airports, which operates LAX and the Van Nuys Airport, announced a program today for local businesses to promote their products by offering incentives to the airports' 45,000 employees. ... read more »
Sidewalk Encampments-CD13 Resolution
September 15, 2021
The law, which modified Municipal Code 41.18, prohibits encampments within 500 feet of a ``sensitive'' facility including schools, day care facilities, parks and libraries, once the council passes a resolution to designate a specific area for enforcement, posts signage and gives notice of the date that the ordinance will be enforced for the area. ... read more »
Man Flees With Clothing, Shoes and Money in Fairfax District Store Robbery
September 15, 2021
An armed man robbed a Fairfax district clothing store of clothing, shoes and money today. ... read more »
Texas bans most abortions, with high court mum on appeal
September 2, 2021
The nation’s most far-reaching curb on abortions since they were legalized a half-century ago took effect Wednesday in Texas, with the Supreme Court silent on an emergency appeal to put the law on hold. ... read more »
Jury Reaches Verdict in Trial of Man Charged in Police Officer’s Killing
August 31, 2021
``I guess you guys have everything down -- smoked my cousin, smoked the cop. ... I mean, what else do you guys want? I shot another cop,'' Mejia said during that interview, which was first played in court in June 2017 at a hearing in which he was ordered to stand trial. After less than two hours of deliberations, jurors reached a verdict today in the trial of an alleged gang member accused of killing a family member in East Los Angeles and then opening fire on two Whittier police officers, ... read more »
Afghanistan’s arc from 9/11 to today: Once hopeful, now sad
August 31, 2021
The bodies of the Arabian people, who had stayed behind were mutilated and bloodied. They had been found and killed by advancing Afghans of another faction who were brought to the city by a blistering U.S.-led campaign that drove the Taliban from power. ... read more »

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