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Former Classmate Charged With Murder In Penn Student's KillingSamuel Woodward reportedly told investigators he was angry after Blaze Bernstein kissed him the night they went to the park.
Couple Reunited With Cat After Montecito Mudslides Separated ThemWoody and Lindsey Thompson, who say they barely managed to make it out of their home, lost Koska when the mudslide hit.
Report: ICE Planning Potential Immigration Sweep, Prepare To Arrest 1,500 PeopleICE officials are preparing to launch a series of raids that could lead to the arrest of more than 1,500 undocumented immigrants.
Collision Sends Car Careening Onto Metro Tracks In PasadenaAt least one person was hurt. Metro service was shut down in the area.
Man Found Dead In Possible Shooting In Montebello RiverbedShell casings and bullets were found feet from the victim. He has not yet been identified.
Riverside Sheriff: No 'Legitimate' GoFundMe Accounts Associated With Perris ChildrenThe Riverside County Sheriff’s Department – which is the lead law enforcement agency on the case – says no such crowdfunding accounts have been set up and associated with the family.
LA Hotels Could Convert Into Housing For Homeless, Under ProposalThe proposed ordinance would ease zoning requirements and regulations that apply to a hotel or motel that wants to convert to temporary housing.
3 Hurt In Beverly Grove Apartment FireA man is in critical condition. The blaze was sparked by an electrical problem.
Dana Point Passes Citywide Smoking BanA second Orange County city has passed a citywide smoking ban.
Bitcoin Continues Its Slide, Falls Below $10KThe price of the volatile digital currency dropped nearly 30 percent this week.
'I Will Not Work For Him Again': More Actors Distance Themselves From Woody AllenA growing number of actors are distancing themselves from Woody Allen and his next film, heightening questions about the future of the prolific 82-year-old filmmaker in a Hollywood newly sensitive to allegations of sexual misconduct.
Lawmaker Calls For Homeschool Oversight After Torture Of Perris Children Is UncoveredThe Riverside County home where authorities say two parents tortured their 13 children had doubled as a private school for the siblings but faced no government oversight and was never inspected by education officials.

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