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Judge Denies City of Los Angeles Request to Toss NRA Lawsuit

A federal judge Monday denied a request by the city of Los Angeles to dismiss a National Rifle Association lawsuit challenging a new law requiring city contractors to disclose any ties they have to the gun- rights group.

Los Angeles County Cancels Jail Contract

Criminal justice advocates celebrated Tuesday and Sheriff Alex Villanueva warned of potentially deadly consequences as the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted to cancel a $1.7 billion contract for a downtown mental health treatment center to replace Men's Central Jail.

Recently Released From Swedish Prison, A$AP Rocky To Perform At Honda Center

Rapper A$AP Rocky, who was cleared to return to the U.S. while awaiting a verdict in an assault case against him and two other Americans in Sweden, will perform this Sunday at the "Real Street Festival" in Anaheim as previously planned, organizers said Monday.

Some LAPD Personnel, Officer Applicants Affected By Data Breach

An investigation is underway into a data breach involving the personal information of about 2,500 Los Angeles police officers and a much larger number of officer applicants, city officials confirmed Monday.

Peninsula Beverly Hills Voted No. 1 In Annual Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards

The Peninsula Beverly Hills earned high marks this week in Travel + Leisure’s 2019 World’s Best hotel awards.

Beverly Hills Residents Hope To Bring Persian Food To The Masses With Baaz Bites

Growing up in a Persian family in Beverly Hills, Jordan Elist was surrounded by the sight, smell and taste of Persian food nearly everywhere he turned.

Ethics Commission Fines Former L.A. Planning Director More Than $280,000

 A former Los Angeles planning director was fined more than $281,000 by the city's Ethics Commission Tuesday for doing prohibited consulting work for developers shortly after leaving his municipal job.

Case Dismissed Against Man Accused of Stealing Frances McDormand’s Oscar

The criminal case against a man accused of stealing actress Frances McDormand's Oscar from a table at the Governors Ball after the 2018 Academy Awards was dismissed Tuesday.

UC Irvine Tops National List of Best College Values

When it comes to best bang for the buck in higher education, UC Irvine is tops in the nation, according to rankings released Monday by Money magazine.

Judge Denies City of Los Angeles Request to Toss NRA Lawsuit

A federal judge Monday denied a request by the city of Los Angeles to dismiss a National Rifle Association lawsuit challenging a new law requiring city contractors to disclose any ties they have to the gun- rights group.

Los Angeles County Cancels Jail Contract

Criminal justice advocates celebrated Tuesday and Sheriff Alex Villanueva warned of potentially deadly consequences as the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted to cancel a $1.7 billion contract for a downtown mental health treatment center to replace Men's Central Jail.

Dodgers Preliminary 2020 Schedule Announced

The Los Angeles Dodgers will begin the 2020 season by playing host to the San Francisco Giants March 26 at Dodger Stadium, according to the preliminary schedule announced Monday by Major League Baseball.

Ex-Tinder Marketing VP Sues Dating App, Former CEO in L.A.

A former executive at dating site Tinder is suing the West Hollywood-based company and its ex-chief executive, alleging he assaulted her and the company wrongfully fired her, according to court papers obtained Tuesday.

Recently Released From Swedish Prison, A$AP Rocky To Perform At Honda Center

Rapper A$AP Rocky, who was cleared to return to the U.S. while awaiting a verdict in an assault case against him and two other Americans in Sweden, will perform this Sunday at the "Real Street Festival" in Anaheim as previously planned, organizers said Monday.

Some LAPD Personnel, Officer Applicants Affected By Data Breach

An investigation is underway into a data breach involving the personal information of about 2,500 Los Angeles police officers and a much larger number of officer applicants, city officials confirmed Monday.

Darren Parker, Longtime Local, State Political Activist, Dies of Cancer

Darren Parker, president of the California Democratic Party's African American Caucus and a decades-long political activist and assistant to multiple Assembly Speakers, died Monday in the Los Angeles area after a battle with esophageal cancer.
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