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For the second straight year, Moog, a Torrance firm, has helped make hats has part of the national "Little Hats, Big Hearts" initiative by the... [Read More]
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A Spanish speaking officer was able to make contact with the man and talk him into climbing back over the fence, where he was taken... [Read More]
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The feline's fans, mostly women 20-something to middle-aged, were well prepared. They came with selfie sticks, big backpacks and lots of cameras, perfect for that... [Read More]
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Lately, all our political controversies seem to involve a wall. [Read More]
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The street had been closed since Jan. 12, when the sinkhole opened. [Read More]
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Long Beach entrepreneur Justin Rudd, founder of the local Community Action Team, donated $5 per person per group of 15 to the charity of that... [Read More]
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The pursuit started in Long Beach, where patrol officers spotted the vehicle near the 710 Freeway and Pacific Coast Highway. [Read More]
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More than 17,000 students in L.A. Unified are classified as homeless, and the strike comes amid a federal shutdown that is threatening to cause additional... [Read More]
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Former offensive coordinator Norm Chow could be the answer to what the Trojans are suddenly lacking... [Read More]
California Assemblyman Al Muratsuchi and Liza Caso, founder of South Bay Coalition for a Safer Tomorrow, are scheduled to address the crowd. [Read More]
The third annual march, whose theme is "Truth to Power," kicks off with a Tongva blessing at 8:30 a.m. at Pershing Square in downtown Los Angeles. [Read More]
Generally, January is the time of year when your landlord will present you with an invoice for expenses – in addition to your base rent.... [Read More]
Another marathon bargaining session ended late Friday, with hopes that a deal could be struck before Tuesday. [Read More]
With signs, posters, and flags in hands, demonstrators are gathering at Harvey Milk Park and the Michelle Obama Public Library to board the buses heading... [Read More]
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Tyler Gordon has one of Mira Costa's seven pins as it rallies for a victory in the nonleague dual meet Friday, Jan. 18. [Read More]
Friday night basketball roundup... [Read More]
Mira Costa boys soccer remains undefeated this season with win over Peninsula. [Read More]
As the head of his own firm, Blanton set about to design houses that departed from the then-common cookie cutter appearances of post-World War II... [Read More]
The first PSSC meeting was in July, 2009, and before long they had more than 100 members, and the best pastel artists in the world... [Read More]
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