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Mosque In Chino Trying To Steer Youth From ISISOne in four people arrested on terrorism charges last year was younger than 25, according to European Union.
Hillary Clinton's Presidential Nomination A 'Historical Break-Point'South Dakota became part of history Tuesday night, after pushing the delegate count over the magic number to make Hillary Clinton the first woman nominated by a major party to run for president.
Bloodhound Helps Deputies Find Kidnapped Girl In Woods Of San Bernardino CountyDéja tracked down the teen after a neighbor reported seeing the kidnapper dragging her into the woods by her hair, deputies say.
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.
Father Says Man Shot By Sheriff's Deputies Had Toy GunHis father says a man shot to death by Riverside County sheriff's deputies was carrying a toy gun.
L.A. County Supervisors Considering Whether To Buy Superscooper Instead Of LeasingIt costs $37 million to buy a Superscooper and $24,000 a day to lease one.
Former Los Angeles Immigration Agent Gets Prison For BriberyA former U.S. homeland security agent is going to prison for accepting bribes from a Korean businessman suspected of sex-slave trafficking.
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.
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.

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