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World joins in royal wedding party

The fairytale wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton captured the imagination of the world Friday, with millions sharing in the celebration of the royal nuptials at parties across the globe.

LA’s Marijuana Dispensary Ordinance To Face Court Challenge Today

Attorneys representing the city will be in court today to defend its ordinance regulating marijuana dispensaries.

New LAX Cell Phone Waiting Lot To Open Today

Statue of Jack Kemp to be Unveiled Today at Occidental College

Anniversary of Large Library Fire Today

Twenty-five years ago today, Los Angeles almost lost its downtown central library to a spectacular fire.

Southland Gasoline Prices Rise Again, Highest Since 2009

The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in Los Angeles County rose nine-tenths of a cent today to $4.

Dodgers to Begin Offering Discounted Tickets To Students Tonight

The Los Angeles Dodgers will begin a student discount ticket program tonight as they start a six-game homestand against the San Diego Padres at Dodger Stadium.

Man Killed In Huntington Park

A man without any identification was shot and killed in Huntington Park, authorities said today.

‘9/80 Rule’ Gives City Staff 26 Paid Days Off Plus

The City of Beverly Hills uses an “Every other Friday off” policy for almost all of its employees except public safety.

BHEF Apple Ball Shows Beverly Hills Doesn’t Need to Wait For Superman To Save The BHUSD

The Beverly Hills Education Foundation hosted its annual Apple Ball, this year themed, “Why Wait for Superman?”
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