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LAUSD Set To Open First All-Girls Academy With Focus On STEMThe school is a first of its kind in California and was modeled after single-sex schools in New York and Texas.
Boy Whose Prosthetic Leg Was Stolen Gets White Karate Belt, New LegTwo days his prosthetic leg was stolen, Liam Brenes was fitted for a new one, thanks to a Palmdale company.
Woman Sues Uber For Negligence After She Was Sexually Assaulted By DriverA West Hollywood woman is suing Uber for negligence two years after she was sexually assaulted by a driver.
Petitions Cleared In Push Against California Gun LawsState officials have certified petitions that opponents of stricter gun regulations can now circulate in California to overturn recent laws that expanded background checks to buy guns and ammunition and attempted to curb the sale of rapid-reloading firearms.
Meningitis Vaccination Recommendation Expanded To All Gay, Bisexual MenHealth officials urged all gay and bisexual men to get vaccinated against meningitis, regardless of their risk profile, after nine new cases of invasive meningococcal disease have been diagnosed since May 1.
Pyramid Lake Reopened To Swimmers, But With WarningsAuthorities reopened Pyramid Lake to swimmers Tuesday, but visitors were warned that the toxic algae that forced a swimming ban last week is still present in parts of the lake.

Latest LA Sports

Jared Goff Leads Rams' Rookies Into Training CampJared Goff showed up to the UC Irvine dorms a bit ahead of his fellow rookies Tuesday, getting a quick start on his first training camp with the Los Angeles Rams.
2016 PGA Championship PreviewThe PGA Championship, the PGA Tour's final major, tees off this week at Baltusrol Golf Club. CBS Sports' broadcast team previews the action.
Leaderboard: Stuck Between Two MajorsWith the PGA Championship only two weeks after the Open Championship, golfers have had to reexamine their approach to scheduling.
Kimbo Slice's Son To Make Pro MMA Debut With BellatorKevin Ferguson Jr., the oldest son of late fighting star Kimbo Slice, will make his professional mixed martial arts debut next month for the Bellator promotion, The Associated Press learned Monday night.

Best of LA

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 Flea Markets In Los Angeles Part IIL.A. flea markets are the only place you can find a velvet portrait of Elvis, a school gym locker row, and other unique finds.
Shopping, Food & Entertainment Guide To Hermosa BeachHermosa Beach may be small in size, but it’s mighty in terms of activities in the South Bay.
Best Blow Dry Bars In Los AngelesWith the popularity of blow dry bars, it can be tough to choose one that fits you best. So, if you're looking for a blowout, try one of these top spots.

Best Of Orange County

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.
5 Traditions To Start Your Back To School RoutineWhat memories do you use to help document your child's progression through school? Here are five different traditions you can begin this year.
Best Places For Antiques In Orange CountyThere is an old saying that "one man's trash is another man's treasure," and that ideal is precisely what antique lovers find so appealing. Each of these Orange County stores carries something that once defined our past and is just waiting for its place to shine again in the present.
Best Activities To Do This Weekend In O.C. - July 22Whether you like day time or night time activities, we have your weekend covered. Take part in these great options.

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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