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1 Detained Following Pursuit In ComptonIt remains unclear if the person who has been detained is the armed suspect from the chase.
Mayor Garcetti To Speak At DNC TonightMayor Garcetti will speak ahead of Hillary Clinton's Democratic Party presidential nomination acceptance speech.
1 Killed, 8 Injured After Car Plows Into House In Harbor GatewayThe cause of the crash remains under investigation.
Some Highland Park Residents Fighting Possible Rent Increase By Going On StrikeSome local renters facing a possible dramatic rent hike in Highland Park are fighting back.
For Second Year In A Row, Crime Is On The Rise Across Los AngelesThe rising crime rate has many communities alarmed.
Student Accused Of Sexual Misconduct At Center Of Controversy On Campus In RiversideA student accused of sexual misconduct is at the center of a college campus controversy as the school wants him expelled but he’s fighting to stay.

Latest LA Sports

Mondesi's Bunt Single Helps Royals Beat Angels, 7-5Shoemaker, who did not allow a base runner until the fifth inning, yielded singles to Alex Gordon and Paulo Orlando to start the seventh.
Dodgers Fall To Rays 3-1; Remain 2 Back Of GiantsDespite AJ Ellis's stolen base the Dodgers couldn't hold off the Rays as they lost 3-1. They remain 2 GB in NL West.
Report: Steve Ballmer Interested In Moving Clippers To New LA SiteLos Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer is interested in moving the team to a new Los Angeles arena, sources told ESPN Wednesday.
Rams Cut Quarterback Nick FolesNick Foles was released by the Los Angeles Rams Wednesday after they were unable to find a suitable trade partner for the experienced quarterback.

Best of LA

Best R&B Concerts Coming To Los AngelesWhile some concerts are indoors, one of the great things about living around the greater L.A area is being able to see some great outdoor shows.
Best Whiskey Bars In Los AngelesWhiskey and Scotch are no longer just your grandfather's drinks. In the past several years, L.A. has seen the emergence of bars dedicated to Whiskey and Scotch drinks.
5 Ways To Prep For School Before The First DayStart the school year off on the right foot by helping your kids prep for school before the first day.
Los Angeles' Most Expensive CocktailsIf you're at a trendy bar or restaurant and think that the $20 cocktail you're sipping is pricey, think again. We've rounded up L.A.'s most expensive cocktails.

Best Of Orange County

Top Orange County Spots For Late-Night BowlingThough there are apps and online games that simulate this popular sport, there's nothing like heading to a real bowling alley for a game or three with friends.
5 Ways To Prep For School Before The First DayStart the school year off on the right foot by helping your kids prep for school before the first day.
Best Places In Orange County For WhiskeyThis strong and dark libation comes in many different varieties and names. Try these spots if you're looking for any type of whiskey drink.
Best Comic Book Stores In Orange CountyDue in large part to TV shows and conventions, visiting comic books stores has become a popular past time.

Eat See Play

Best Places For Vinyl In Los AngelesLA has a robust selection of great music stores that sell vinyl records.
Best Concert Venues In Los Angeles For A DateWhether you prefer to hang out casually or rock a steady hookup, here are some of the more alluring concert venues in Los Angeles designed to stimulate, gratify and redefine date night.

Investigative Reporting

Traffic Examiners Allege Pressure To Limit Dismissals Of Parking TicketsTwo former traffic examiners sued the city and won after a jury found the city guilty of firing them because they complained about being forced to change decisions.
Lawmakers Demand Action After CBS2 Exposes Deceased Voters Somehow Casting Ballots Across LA CountyState lawmakers are demanding action after a CBS2 investigation uncovered hundreds of deceased voters somehow casting ballots across Los Angeles County.
Goldstein Investigation: LA City Managers Caught Using Company Cars To Run ErrandsAt the pump, the city manager is paying for gas like everyone else. But David Goldstein says you're paying the bill.

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