Democratic Memo Penned By Calif. Congressman ReleasedIt is intended to serve as a rebuttal to the GOP's Nunes memo, which describes how the Justice Department and FBI acquired and executed surveillance warrants for former Trump campaign aide Carter Page.
Fraternity Trashes Airbnb Home In WestminsterA local man thought he was renting his house to tourists, instead he says local fraternity brothers showed up, hazed the pledges and trashed his home. Stacey Butler reports.
Mother And Sons Arrested In Assault Of StudentA mother and her two sons are accused of running over a 12-year-old and then beating him up.
Community Debates Venice Boulevard Road DietA road diet plan led to a revolt in Play Del Rey last year. Now opposition is mounting against a new road diet along Venice Boulevard. But others support the project.
A Month After Beloved Mother Killed By Hit-And-Run Driver, Family Asking For Public's HelpEighty-five-year-old Charlotte Sandoval had just gotten off the bus on Holt Boulevard in Ontario on Jan. 2 when she was fatally struck by a car.
Woman Who Accused Lynwood Councilman Of Sexual Harassment Says City Has Done Nothing In ResponseMonica Ochoa and her attorney said they informed the City of Lynwood of sexual harassment claims against Councilman Edwin Hernandez back in December.
Grand Canyon Helicopter Crash Victim Dies, 3 Others CriticalNeil Udall, 31, died has died at University Medical Center of Southern Nevada, said the Clark County coroner.
Parkland School Shooting Sparks Debate Over Arming TeachersShould teachers be asked to carry guns on campus to protect their students?
Conservationists Plan To Sue Feds Over Nearly-Extinct California FlyThe Center for Biological Diversity said it will sue the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to protect the San Joaquin Valley giant flower-loving fly, which they say is under threat of extinction from sand mining.
Another Former Employee Sues Google Over Issues Of DiversitySoftware developer Tim Chevalier, who is transgender, says he was fired for speaking up about online bullying he experienced at the company.
McDonald's Brings Back Szechuan Sauce After Last Year's UproarWill it be enough? Twenty million packets of Szechuan sauce are coming back to McDonald’s restaurants across the country Monday.
Several Students Arrested For School Threats Across Southern CaliforniaThe L.A. County Sheriff’s Department has investigated at least 19 threats of school violence since last week’s mass shooting in Florida.

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