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George Lucas calls his just-approved LA museum a new hope for young Angelenos
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George Lucas calls his just-approved LA museum a new hope for young Angelenos The Force appears to have grown stronger in Los Angeles. Filmmaker George Lucas’ museum paying tribute to the narrative arts cleared a key hurdle, with the Los Angeles City Council unanimously approving the $1.5 billion project in Exposition Park. It was a long […]

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Here’s how to see the Chargers, Rams in training camp
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Here’s how to see the Chargers, Rams in training camp The Chargers will join the Rams in Orange County next month for the start of training camp, and the teams will work together, to an extent. The Rams and Chargers will hold two joint practices, on Aug. 9 at UC Irvine and on a to-be-announced […]

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Longshoreman lottery results announced for Long Beach, LA ports: find out if you’re on the list
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Longshoreman lottery results announced for Long Beach, LA ports: find out if you’re on the Tens of thousands who applied for a shot at one of America’s best-paid blue-collar jobs found out Friday whether they landed the gig when the Pacific Maritime Association published the sequential list of names of those qualified for part-time positions […]

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Carson seeks court restraining order against Tesoro’s South Bay refinery operations
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Carson seeks court restraining order against Tesoro’s South Bay refinery operations Carson has filed a lawsuit against the state’s regional air-pollution regulator for allowing Tesoro Corp. to move forward with plans to integrate its two South Bay plants into the West Coast’s largest petroleum refinery. The civil complaint, served Wednesday against the South Coast Air […]

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2020 California presidential primaries could be held in March
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2020 California presidential primaries could be held in March Hoping to give California more of a voice in presidential elections, state legislators are pushing for a bill that would move up the 2020 state presidential primary to March. And if other states counter by advancing their primaries, California would hold its primary election even sooner. […]

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Why San Pedro has embraced Gaffey Street gaffe on decorative signs
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Why San Pedro has embraced Gaffey Street gaffe on decorative signs In a town where a three-eyed fish graphic is defiantly embraced. It may be no surprise that the misprint of 13 new Gaffey Street decorative signs with three e’s in Street  became a cause to celebrate. “I love the three e’s,” said Elise Swanson, […]

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LA protesters cheer GOP’s delayed vote on Obamacare repeal
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LA protesters cheer GOP’s delayed vote on Obamacare repeal Cheers echoed from the streets of downtown Los Angeles on Thursday, where nearly 1,000 had gathered to protest the anticipated U.S. House of Representatives’ vote to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. Carrying signs that read, “Save Obamacare,” nurses, patients, union members and others marched […]

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Gardena City Council candidates divided over uncertain financial future
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Gardena City Council candidates divided over uncertain financial future Eight candidates angling for two seats on the Gardena City Council won’t have incumbents to worry about in the March 7 election — both decided to give up their seats to instead bid for a run for a rare vacant mayoral opening. The winners, who will […]

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