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Documents Show Aggressive Sales Tactics At Trump UniversityTrump University instructed employees on how to play on peoples' emotions to get them to buy more expensive seminars for succeeding in real estate, according to nearly 400 pages of court documents unsealed Tuesday.
General Mills Recalls 10 Million Pounds Of Flour Over Possible E. Coli LinkGeneral Mills is recalling about 10 million pounds of its flour over a possible link to an E. coli outbreak in 20 states.
Bus Found Carrying 83 Kilos Of Cocaine In WilmingtonAuthorities Tuesday apprehended a bus carrying about $2 million worth of cocaine in Wilmington.
San Fernando Valley Residents Sentenced In Medicare ScamTwo San Fernando Valley residents who submitted more than $1.8 million in fraudulent claims to Medicare -- almost entirely for medically unnecessary power wheelchairs -- were sentenced Tuesday.
Corona Mom, Fitness Trainer Recovering After Shark AttackA Corona mom was identified Tuesday as the victim in an apparent shark attack off the coast of Corona del Mar last weekend.
'The Shield' Actor Michael Jace Convicted Of Murdering His WifeFormer "The Shield" actor Michael Jace was convicted of second-degree murder Tuesday for shooting his wife in front of their two young children.

Latest LA Sports

Leaderboard: Quiet PleaseJordan Spieth, the second-ranked golfer on the PGA Tour, silences the doubters, at least for now, with win at Colonial.
Keidel: Don't Underestimate The Warriors Like I DidDid the Warriors win the Western Conference Finals, or did the Thunder give it to them? Either way, Golden State is favored to repeat.
This Week In Golf: Spieth Puts It Together To Win Dean & DeLuca InvitationalJordan Spieth overcame recent struggles with consistency, shooting four rounds in the 60s to win the Dean & DeLuca Invitational at Colonial.
Bernie Sanders Roots For Warriors In Game 7: 'I Like Comebacks'"Last week, Golden State was down three games to one. Tonight, they finished off a great comeback in California," Sanders posted on Twitter. "I like comebacks."

Best of LA

Best Farmers' Markets Near Los AngelesFor healthy eating, and those looking to indulge in unique foods, you can find a farmers market in just about every city.
Best Upcoming Craft Fairs In Los AngelesFrom the homespun to contemporary artisan crafts, the Southland has everything you could want at its summer craft fairs.
Best Places To Buy Father's Day Gifts In Los AngelesWhen it comes to Father’s Day gifts, you have to get creative and living in Los Angeles makes that aspect a lot easier.
Guide To Dances with Films FestivalSince its inception in 1998, Dances With Films has been a premier festival for showcasing the best in independent cinema.

Best Of Orange County

Best Sporting Goods Stores In OCFor sports fanatics or those looking to get sporting goods, this is a list of the best sporting goods stores in the OC.
The Best Places To Get Donuts In Orange CountyBite into our picks for the best tasting donuts in OC.
Most Unique Museums In Orange CountyThese unique museums provide visitors with experiences that are hard to come by outside of Orange County.
Best Summer Backpacking Trips Near OCA great local getaway is right in the backyard of our beautiful California state. There are a vast amount of hiking and backpacking trails in the Orange County area that will take you into the beautiful solitude of nature.

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

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.
L.A. County Supervisors Demand Answers Day After CBS2 Investigation Uncovers Deceased Voters Casting BallotsA CBS2 investigation found that deceased voters are casting ballots time and time again.
CBS2 Investigation Uncovers Votes Being Cast From Grave Year After YearHundreds of people who cast votes, according to state records, have been dead for years.

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