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Carson Clerk Jim Dear allowed back at City Hall in limited capacity
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Carson Clerk Jim Dear allowed back at City Hall in limited capacity. Carson City Clerk Jim Dear, ordered to stay away from City Hall this week out of concern that he might harm co-workers, was allowed to return to his office Friday as City Council members began censure proceedings against him. Interim City Manager Ken Farfsing […]

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Six LA council members lay groundwork for 2017 election
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Six LA council members lay groundwork for 2017 election. Signalling their desire to run for re-election, six Los Angeles City Council members have filed campaign fundraising papers with the city. Council members Joe Buscaino, Bob Blumenfield, Mike Bonin, Gil Cedillo, Mitch O’Farrell and Curren Price filed fundraising documents for the 2017 election, city records show. The […]

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Compton selected to receive federal aid to reduce violent crime
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Compton selected to receive federal aid to reduce violent crime. The city of Compton is partnering with federal law enforcement agencies to address long-standing problems with gang violence. The U.S. Department of Justice announced Monday that Compton was one of a few new cities selected to join the Violence Reduction Network, a two-year initiative aimed at providing […]

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5-year-old LA girl gets blessing from Pope Francis in Washington, D.C.
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5-year-old LA girls gets blessing from Pope Francis in Washington, D.C. A 5-year-old Los Angeles girl got a personal papal blessing Wednesday when she slipped through a barricade in Washington, D.C., while Pope Francis was being driven by, and he waved her over. Sophie Cruz managed to get around a metal fence as the Popemobile made […]

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How can we make Los Angeles water self-sufficient?
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How can we make Los Angeles water self-sufficient? PASADENA >> Leslie Shoemaker of Tetra Tech stressed neighborhood-level capture of storm water. JPL scientist Jay Famiglietti says the state must address extreme over pumping of ground water. U.C. Berkeley Professor David Sedlak sees the next revolution in water technology involving injecting treated wastewater into local aquifers. Drought-proofing […]

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Carson Clerk Jim Dear suspended from City Hall
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Carson Clerk Jim Dear suspended from City Hall amid concerns he could ‘snap’. Carson’s embattled city clerk, former Mayor Jim Dear, was suspended from work this week after an investigation revealed employees fear he could “snap or go postal” and some have even planned escape routes in City Hall. The Riverside law firm of Creason & Aarvig, hired […]

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Trump Talks Immigration During National Security
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Trump talks Immigration during National Security speech aboard battleship Lowa in San Pedro. The Republican front-runner stood on a battleship in Los Angeles on Tuesday evening and largely dispensed with the idea that he would offer a broad foreign policy vision. Instead, the businessman spoke for under 15 minutes aboard the USS Iowa, returning to his […]

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Ship used to protest Cold War nuclear testing on display in Long Beach
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Ship used to protest Cold War nuclear testing on display in Long Beach. The Golden Rule touches water for the first time after being rehabilitated and re-launched in Eureka on June 20. In 1958, a crew of anti-nuclear weapons activists set sail in an attempt to interpose the boat between the U.S. Government and its atmospheric […]

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