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Man gets 50 years to life in prison for setting fire that killed 2 people asleep at Studio City recording studio

A man who set a fire that killed two people and severely injured two others inside a Studio City recording studio was sentenced Wednesday to 50 years to life in state prison, officials announced. Efrem Zimbalist Demery, 31, of Los Angeles, pleaded no contest Wednesday to two counts of murder and one count of arson […]

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KTLA

Driver in custody after hourlong pursuit of stolen vehicle through San Gabriel Valley

A driver is in custody after an hourlong pursuit through the San Gabriel Valley Wednesday afternoon. The pursuit began when an officer from the Fontana Police Department attempted a traffic stop on the 15 freeway at Baseline Avenue when the driver of what appeared to be a black Kia Soul took off, police said. The […]

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KTLA

Inmate dies while on death row for killing his disabled mother in Riverside

A California inmate died of natural causes while awaiting execution for killing his physically disabled mother, officials said Wednesday. He was 68. Donald R. Millwee died at an outside hospital Tuesday evening, correctional officials said. He had been housed at a state prison in Corcoran, midway between Bakersfield and Fresno. He was sentenced to death […]

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SGV Tribune

Councilman questions LAPD chief on destructive South LA fireworks explosion

Chief Moore has previously said that Councilman Price’s office was notified ahead of the detonation, but he backtracked Wednesday following Price’s reiteration that his office was not informed in advance.

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LA Daily News

Councilman questions LAPD chief on destructive South LA fireworks explosion

Chief Moore has previously said that Councilman Price’s office was notified ahead of the detonation, but he backtracked Wednesday following Price’s reiteration that his office was not informed in advance.

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CBS Los Angeles

Big Push To Hire Continues As Companies Consider Incentives To Get More Workers

Many industries have been pushing to get new workers but not enough people are applying.

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CBS Los Angeles

KCRW Postpones July, August Summer Nights Events ‘Out Of Caution’ As COVID Cases Climb

KCRW announced Wednesday it has postponed its Summer Nights events for July and August “out of caution” as COVID cases continue to climb.

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Easy Reader News

Anti maskers rally in Redondo, during school board meeting

by Meghan Jacobs On the day the Center for Disease Control (CDC) issued guidelines recommending masks for all children in public schools this fall, South Bay parents from Let Them Breathe rallied outside of the Redondo Beach Unified School District off…

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SGV Tribune

Statewide Flex Alert issued amid soaring temperatures, spike in California’s energy demand

Residents are being asked to turn off unnecessary lights, delay use of large appliances and set air conditioning thermostats to 78 degrees or higher

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LA Daily News

Statewide Flex Alert issued amid soaring temperatures, spike in California’s energy demand

Residents are being asked to turn off unnecessary lights, delay use of large appliances and set air conditioning thermostats to 78 degrees or higher