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Wounded LAPD officer released from hospital

A Los Angeles Police Department officer who was shot seven times during an exchange of gunfire with a suspect in the lobby of the West Traffic Division on April 7 was released from the hospital on Tuesday night, and is recovering at home. LAPD spokeswoman Rosario Herrera said the suspect in the shooting, Daniel Yealu, [...] [...more]

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Bill Clinton: Organize for tomorrow

President Bill Clinton visited Los Angeles on April 3 and talked infrastructure with Mayor Eric Garcetti during the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) 21st Century Infrastructure and Innovation for a Resilient Economy Conference held at city hall. CGI, established in 2005 by Clinton, brings global leaders together to find innovative solutions to the world’s most challenging [...] [...more]

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Ruling keeps subway project on track

The Purple Line Extension project received a green light to move forward on April 2, when a Los Angeles Superior Court judge ruled in favor of transit authorities in a lawsuit that could have derailed plans to tunnel under Beverly Hills High School. Judge John A. Torribio ruled that the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation [...] [...more]

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A brush with Dr. Death in WeHo

The late Dr. Jack Kevorkian — aka Dr. Death — is internationally known for his euthanasia advocacy, but few may realize that the Michigan native was a multi-talented individual. In addition to being a high-profile right-to-die proponent, Kevorkian was an accomplished artist, author, composer and inventor, and his oil paintings are now being displayed at [...] [...more]

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Meningitis fears resurface in WeHo

Public health officials are again raising awareness about invasive meningococcal disease (IMD) vaccinations after eight cases have been reported in Los Angeles County since the first of the year. Of those cases, four were reported among men who have sex with men (MSM), and three of the four told officials they resided in, or socialized [...] [...more]

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Former Cedars-Sinai staffer under investigation

The Los Angeles Police Department is investigating several allegations of sexual assault by a former nurse assistant at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, and the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office is determining whether to press charges. Guillermo Diaz has been accused of several incidents of sexual abuse while employed at the hospital. In November, the California [...] [...more]

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CicLAvia isn’t reinventing the wheel

Wilshire Boulevard will be overrun with two-wheeled vehicles on Sunday, when CicLAvia will take over Los Angeles’ main artery for a day of cycling, skating, walking and fun. CicLAvia — Iconic Wilshire Boulevard will run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on April 6, and the route will stretch from downtown Los Angeles to the [...] [...more]

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Burglaries decrease at Park La Brea

A suspect who was arrested for a burglary in Park La Brea last year is scheduled to appear in court next week, and police have linked him to at least two additional burglaries at the complex that occurred in 2013. Investigators added that the arrest on Sept. 12 of the suspect, Victor Enrique Amaya, 52, [...] [...more]

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Home sweet home for NCJW/LA

The National Council of Jewish Women, Los Angeles (NCJW/LA), has moved all of its services back into its headquarters at 543 N. Fairfax Ave. after a water heater ruptured on Feb. 14 and flooded the building. Carrie Jacoves, director of development and membership for NCJW/LA, said the staff was excited to return to the building. [...] [...more]

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Nonprofit’s work suits them just fine

Dress for Success’ suite in the Taft Building offers a fantastic view of Hollywood, but on a recent Friday, client Kymberly Watson was enthralled by the spectacular sight she was seeing in a full-length mirror. Through the Dress for Success suiting program, Watson was given new work attire to assist her job search. She seemed [...] [...more]

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