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Beverly Hills News – Police Arrest Two Suspected of Burglary in Two Pharmacy Heists

Beverly Hills Police today arrested two burglary suspects accused of forcing their way into two pharmacies in Beverly Hills early this morning.

Gov. Jerry Brown Endorses Hillary Clinton, Calls Trump Candidacy ‘Dangerous’

Jerry Brown on Tuesday morning endorsed Hillary Clinton in the June 7 California Primary, saying she was the best option to stop presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump's "dangerous" candidacy.  

‘X-Men: The Apocalpyse’ Wins Weekend Box Office Battle

"X-Men: The Apocalypse" won the box office battle in its debut in theaters, taking the top spot over the four-day Memorial Day weekend, according to industry figures released today.  The latest installment in the long-running franchise took in an estimated $80 million Friday through today in the United States and Canada, according to comScore.  

Health Happenings—Memories in the Making Exhibition Features Works By Alzheimer’s Patients, And More…

Alzheimer’s Greater Los Angeles will host its fourth annual art4ALZ Memories in the Making (MiM) exhibition and auction Thursday in Culver City. The Chrysalis Butterfly Ball will raise funds to help homeless overcome barriers to employment.  

Beverly Hills News – Fifth Councilmember Selected is Kathy Reims to Fill Brien Vacancy

After a full day of interviewing the twenty-four applicants to fill the vacancy left by the departure of Councilmember Willie Brien, the four remaining council members have selected former Planning Commissioner, Traffic and Parking Commissioner and Chair of the Budget Review Committee as their fifth council member. 

‘Frozen,’ A New Theatrical Experience, Comes To Disney’s California Adventure

Olaf (snowman) and Sven (reindeer), rendered by acting puppeteers, are the stars of "Frozen," a smart, well-thought-out stage production at Disney's California Adventure, with 24 lovable actors and stunts and tricks that had the audience cheering every three minutes.

Beverly Hills News – Police Arrest Two Suspected of Burglary in Two Pharmacy Heists

Beverly Hills Police today arrested two burglary suspects accused of forcing their way into two pharmacies in Beverly Hills early this morning.

Gov. Jerry Brown Endorses Hillary Clinton, Calls Trump Candidacy ‘Dangerous’

Jerry Brown on Tuesday morning endorsed Hillary Clinton in the June 7 California Primary, saying she was the best option to stop presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump's "dangerous" candidacy.  

Police Launch Probe Into Gorilla Incident At Cincinnati Zoo

Police in Ohio launched an investigation Tuesday into the weekend accident that prompted zoo officials to kill a prized gorilla, after a young child fell into its enclosure.  The authorities will probe whether criminal charges should be filed in the case, the prosecutor in Hamilton County, site of the zoo where the incident occurred on Saturday, said in a statement.

Donald Trump Attacks ‘Dishonest’ Media, ‘Sleazy’ Reporter

Donald Trump went on the offensive against the US media Tuesday, slamming coverage of $6 million he claimed to raise for veterans, branding the political press "dishonest" and one journalist "a sleaze."  

‘X-Men: The Apocalpyse’ Wins Weekend Box Office Battle

"X-Men: The Apocalypse" won the box office battle in its debut in theaters, taking the top spot over the four-day Memorial Day weekend, according to industry figures released today.  The latest installment in the long-running franchise took in an estimated $80 million Friday through today in the United States and Canada, according to comScore.  

Jurors Mull Death Penalty For ‘Grim Sleeper’ Killer

Jurors being asked to recommend whether the man convicted of the "Grim Sleeper" serial killings should be sentenced to death or life in prison will begin hearing the defense's side of the case today.  

Beverly Hills-Based Platinum Equity To Acquire Electro Rent

The global Beverly Hills-based investment firm Platinum Equity will acquire Electro Rent -- a Van Nuys company focussed on the rental, leasing and sales of general purpose electronic test equipment, personal computers and servers -- for around $323.4 million, or $13.12 per share, in an all-cash transaction, the two companies announced today.  
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