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Trump Justice Nominee: Mueller Probe No ‘Witch Hunt’

Donald Trump's US attorney general nominee Bill Barr pledged Tuesday to protect the investigation into possible election collusion with Russia and rejected the president's characterization of the probe as a "witch hunt."

LAUSD, Teachers Fail to Reach Contract Agreement as Strike Looms

Leaders of the Los Angeles Unified School District and the union representing its teachers did not reach any agreement on a new contract Monday after meeting in a last-ditch effort to avoid the district's first teachers' strike since 1989.

Google Leases Former Westside Pavilion Site

Google Inc. has leased the entirety of the One Westside redevelopment, a planned office campus that was formerly part of the Westside Pavilion shopping mall in West Los Angeles, company officials announced Tuesday.

LAUSD Teachers, District Return to Bargaining as Strike Looms

1258-60 Lago Vista Property Sold To Parents Of ‘American Idol’ Finalist

A property that garnered the angst of residents who opposed the megamansion development has been sold to the parents of American Idol finalist Sonika Vaid.

In Stunning Upset, Alex Villanueva Defeats Incumbent McDonnell In Sheriff’s Race

The race for Los Angeles County sheriff finally ended Monday, with incumbent Jim McDonnell conceding defeat after updated election results showed retired sheriff's Lt. Alex Villanueva with a 125,878- vote lead, with only 100,000 ballots left to be counted.

Senator Kamala Harris Announces Presidential Run

Senator Kamala Harris announced Monday that she is seeking to become the first African American woman to hold the office of US president, joining an already-crowded field of Democrats lining up to take on Donald Trump.

Jeff Bezos To Be Honored In Beverly Hills By Aviation Group

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos will be honored in Beverly Hills Friday evening by an aviation group for advancing the principles of freedom in his many business and personal endeavors, organizers said.

L.A. County Set to Regulate Scooters in Unincorporated Communities

Los Angeles County joined the ranks of municipalities wrangling with how to regulate electric scooters, voting Tuesday to create a pilot regulatory program.

Trump Justice Nominee: Mueller Probe No ‘Witch Hunt’

Donald Trump's US attorney general nominee Bill Barr pledged Tuesday to protect the investigation into possible election collusion with Russia and rejected the president's characterization of the probe as a "witch hunt."

LAUSD, Teachers Fail to Reach Contract Agreement as Strike Looms

Leaders of the Los Angeles Unified School District and the union representing its teachers did not reach any agreement on a new contract Monday after meeting in a last-ditch effort to avoid the district's first teachers' strike since 1989.

WeHo Death Investigation Renews Call for Arrest of Democratic Donor

A man was found dead early Monday at the West Hollywood apartment of prominent Democratic donor Ed Buck, where another man was found dead of what authorities deemed a drug overdose in 2017.

Arrest Made in Torrance Bowling Alley Shooting That Killed Three

Police Monday announced the arrest of a 47-year-old parolee accused in the shooting deaths of three men during a fight at a bowling alley in Torrance.

Google Leases Former Westside Pavilion Site

Google Inc. has leased the entirety of the One Westside redevelopment, a planned office campus that was formerly part of the Westside Pavilion shopping mall in West Los Angeles, company officials announced Tuesday.

LAUSD Teachers, District Return to Bargaining as Strike Looms

Disastrous Third Quarter Costs Rams in Loss to Eagles

The Los Angeles Rams allowed the first 17 points of the second half in a 30-23 loss to the injury-depleted Philadelphia Eagles Sunday evening at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, their first back-to-back regular- season losses in Sean McVay's two seasons as coach.
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