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Investigations Continue into a Party Sources Have Linked to the L.A. Sheriff’s Department

“If you’re so concerned, why don’t you call the police,” a guest identified as a police officer told a reporter at the scene
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These Maps Track Every Wildfire Burning Around L.A.

Hot, dry conditions mean a small spark could quickly become a dangerous blaze
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Authorities Confirm That Remains Recovered from Lake Piru Are Those of ‘Glee’ Actress Naya Rivera

A text sent from her phone not long before she went missing may have provided an essential clue

The Supreme Court Shoots Down Trump’s Challenge to California’s Sanctuary Law

A decision by late conservative justice Antonin Scalia says the federal government can't "commandeer" local police departments
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What Are the Alternatives to Calling the Cops?

Some situations may be more effectively addressed without the involvement of law enforcement. Here’s how to do it
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California Launches a New Child Care Portal for Essential Workers

The new tool will make it easier for families to find safe spaces for kids
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If Ever There Were a City to Finesse a Catastrophe, It’s Los Angeles

A city shaped by fires, floods, droughts, and earthquakes may never be the same after this latest disaster—but it never stays the same for long anyway
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A Local Pilot Examines the Evidence Emerging About Kobe’s Last Flight

Blogger and pilot Scott Lowe walks through the details
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Disgraced Attorney Michael Avenatti Is Reportedly Being Held in El Chapo’s Old Cell

His lawyers want him out of solitary confinement, but the warden says it’s for his own safety
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L.A. Teachers Are Suing Delta for the Fuel Dump Over Their School

Gloria Allred is helping four Park Avenue Elementary teachers seek unspecified damages