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Trump Reverses Decision To Cut Special Olympics Funds

President Donald Trump on Thursday reversed his administration's decision to cut funding for the Special Olympics, saying the competition for people with intellectual disabilities is "incredible."

Home Prices Up Slightly in L.A. County, But Dip In The OC

Home prices rose 0.9 percent in Los Angeles County in February, compared to the same month a year ago, while home sales dropped by 11.8 percent, a real estate information service announced Wednesday.

Lyft Announces Civic Investment In Los Angeles As Part Of IPO Kickoff

As part of its market debut on the Nasdaq after the company was valued at $24.3 billion for an initial public offering, ridesharing firm Lyft was joined by Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti Friday to announce a number of civic commitments the company said it is making in the markets where it operates.

Rapper Nipsey Hussle Shot Dead Outside South LA Clothing Store, 2 Others Shot

Rapper Nipsy Hussle was fatally shot Sunday and two other men were wounded outside Hussle's clothing store in South Los Angeles.

Jerry Cutler On Film—‘Hotel Mumbai’ Is A Thrilling, Non-Stop Action Drama

Disneyland Braces for Star Wars Land to Generate Huge Crowds

Wide strollers, children's push wagons and several smoking areas are getting nixed at Disneyland to help ease the crowding that is expected when the theme park opens its much-anticipated Star Wars land in two months.

Trump Reverses Decision To Cut Special Olympics Funds

President Donald Trump on Thursday reversed his administration's decision to cut funding for the Special Olympics, saying the competition for people with intellectual disabilities is "incredible."

Home Prices Up Slightly in L.A. County, But Dip In The OC

Home prices rose 0.9 percent in Los Angeles County in February, compared to the same month a year ago, while home sales dropped by 11.8 percent, a real estate information service announced Wednesday.

Beverly Hills Plastic Surgeon, Office Manager Allege Device Defects Caused Injuries

A Beverly Hills plastic surgeon and his office manager were both impacted by the misrepresentations of a medical device company and a salesman who pushed a defective laser machine with promises it was the best of its kind on the market, an attorney told a jury Thursday.

‘Love, Simon,’ ‘Vida’ Among Winners At GLAAD Media Awards At The Beverly Hilton

The romantic teen comedy-drama "Love, Simon" received the top film honor Thursday evening at the 30th annual GLAAD Media Awards, which recognize fair and accurate representations of LGBTQ people and issues.

Lyft Announces Civic Investment In Los Angeles As Part Of IPO Kickoff

As part of its market debut on the Nasdaq after the company was valued at $24.3 billion for an initial public offering, ridesharing firm Lyft was joined by Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti Friday to announce a number of civic commitments the company said it is making in the markets where it operates.

HOROSCOPES BY HOLIDAY MATHIS (032919)

TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (Mar. 29). The machinery that's been humming along at a moderate pace will suddenly kick into another gear. You're so productive through the next three months that by the end of June, you'll need to regroup, get organized and possibly move the operation elsewhere. Family makes you so proud in August. Capricorn and Sagittarius adore yo

Beverly Hills Students Have Out Of This World Time At Space Camp In Huntsville, Alabama

In a world where children are still taught to shoot for the moon, Hawthorne teacher Alexis Crane is doing her best to inspire her students to achieve their dreams. This past spring break, some three dozen Beverly Hills Unified students got the opportunity of a lifetime when they attended Space Camp Academy in Huntsville, Alabama.
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