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From the Crime Rate to Councilman Lunches, All of the Public Info You Had No Idea You Could Access

Ever want to take a deeper look at what's going on in city politics, and where money is going and flowing? So much info is at your fingertips if you know where to look
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Weekend Protests Rage Outside Wi Spa on Wilshire Boulevard

'Several dozen' arrests were made as a conflict over trans rights continues to boil over
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The LAPD’s ‘Controlled’ Fireworks Detonation Is Still Echoing Through South Central

As residents try to pick up the pieces, their councilman says he believes there was a 'level of negligence' on the part of police
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‘It’s a Puzzle’: Experts Are Trying to Figure Out What’s Causing L.A.’s Crime Wave

Los Angeles is on track to record 437 murders this year, the most since 2006. Theories abound, but no one really knows why
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LAPD Officer Accused of Circulating an Offensive George Floyd Meme Cleared by Panel

Floyd’s family and D.A. Gascón are among those who have responded to the allegation
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Video Captures the Moment Illegal Fireworks Blew Up an LAPD Vehicle in South L.A.

A controlled detonation inside a bomb squad vehicle went awry on Wednesday evening, injuring 17 people
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An L.A. Times Survey Shows that L.A. Cops and Firefighters Are Lagging When It Comes to Getting Vaxxed

Experts worry that a lower-than-average vax rate among cops, firefighters, and corrections officers could pose a health risk
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Alleged Drunken Gun Play Could Lead to New Booze Rules for Off-Duty L.A. Cops

After a handful of incidents that demonstrate alcohol and guns don't mix, the Police Commission wants an LAPD report on the issue
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The Citizen App’s Pilot Program Nods to the Future of On-Demand Policing

The community crime app raised questions when it sent a patrol vehicle out into the streets of L.A.
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A National Police Misconduct Registry Is Being Developed in L.A.

Named after late congressman and civil rights leader John Lewis, the LEWIS Registry is believed to be the first of its kind