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President Obama visits San Bernardino victims’ families
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President Obama visits San Bernardino victim’s families. President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama met with the families of victims of the Dec. 2 terrorist attackand first responders Friday night. Air Force One landed at San Bernardino International Airport at 7:40 p.m. Obama gave a wave at the top of the stairs, then walked down […]

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Interfaith prayer will open Carson council meeting Dec. 15
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Interfaith prayer will open Carson council meeting Dec. 15. The religious leaders will stand side-by-side with Mayor Albert Robles, Mayor Pro Tem Elito M. Santarina, Councilwoman Lula Davis-Holmes, Councilman Jawane Hilton, and Councilwoman Donesia Gause Aldana, to pray for the victims and survivors of the San Bernardino mass shooting and to pray for unity. Members […]

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Carson High Cheerleader Aurora Godoy Youngest Victim of Terrorist
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Carson High Cheerleader Aurora Godoy Youngest Victim of Terrorist When memorial services are held Wednesday for Aurora Godoy, fellow members of her cheerleading squad at Carson High School and other classmates will be there to bid farewell to the girl they say “touched a lot of lives.”Godoy, the

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4 Gang Members Arrested For Unprovoked Murders
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4 Gang Members Arrested For Unprovoked Murders. Three gang members that stalked rival Wlimington, CA territory for someone to kill have all been charged with shooting innocent 18-year-old Wilmington man Elaquin Temblador to death as he rode his bicycle into their path. Mario “Goblin” Delgado, 20, and Hassen “Hazard” Quezada, 26, both of Wilmington; and […]

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San Pedro’s Harbor View House for mentally ill
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San Pedro’s harbor view house for mentally ill draws community scrutiny. A three-story residence for the mentally ill in San Pedro is coming under renewed fire by community and business leaders who complain that the facility is not properly supervised. Members of the Central San Pedro Neighborhood Council voted this week to request a meeting with […]

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Last Boeing C-17 built in Long Beach takes flight
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Last Boeing C-17 built in Long Beach takes flight. In an event attended by hundreds of Boeing employees, the aerospace giant officially ended production of the C-17 with a rollout of the final transport and a flyover near the company’s assembly plant at Long Beach Airport. To cheers and shouts of “Here she comes!,” the dark […]

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Election set to recall Carson City Clerk Jim Dear
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Election set to recall Carson City Clerk Jim Dear. Carson voters will decide early next year whether to remove combative city clerk and former mayor Jim Dear from office for a series of alleged transgressions, ranging from overt racism to intimidating City Hall employees. The City Council on Tuesday night unanimously called a Feb. 23 recall […]

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Proposed NFL stadium in Inglewood faces FAA scrutiny over height, effects on radar
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Proposed NFL stadium in Inglewood faces FAA scrutiny over height, effects on radar. The 27-page report issued Monday warned the proposed $1.86-billion stadium in Inglewood could interfere with radar that tracks inbound aircraft to Los Angeles International Airport. “The configuration of the stadium between the two runways coupled with the uncertainty of its reflective properties is […]

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