High-Ranking LA County Sheriff's Official In Hot Water For Emails Allegedly Joking About Minorities, WomenKCAL9's Tom Wait says Angel -- Chief of Staff for LA County Sheriff Jim McDonnell -- apologizes for what he did.
For Second Day, Demonstrators Gather Outside High School Over Gender-Neutral BathroomUnlike yesterday, however, the protesters on Wednesday were there to support the restroom and the students who lobbied for it.
Welcome Sign At La Crescenta Park Is Deemed Anti-Semitic By SomeSome say the name just represent German-American pride.
Local Veterans: Wounded Warrior Project Spending 'Suspicious'WWP has raised more than $1 billion in donations since 2003.
Local Chapter Of Alzheimer's Association Leaves National Organization Saying They Don't Put Patients FirstSix local chapters -- including Los Angeles, NY and San Diego -- chose to break away from the parent group.
'Spotlight' Wins Best Picture, 'Mad Max' Surprises In Technical Categories At Diversity-Conscious Oscars"Is Hollywood racist? You're damn right it's racist," said Chris Rock, who also sought to put the issue in perspective. "Hollywood is sorority racist. It's like: We like you Rhonda, but you're not a Kappa."
Only On 2: Authors Of 'N-Word' Piece In High School Newspaper Speak Out"It's something people are uncomfortable with and that's okay, to be uncomfortable," said Rennae Morgan, a high school senior.
Tarantino's 'Hateful Eight' Opens Without Any Controversy Or BoycottIt was Quentin Tarantino's fiery comments at a New York rally in October -- against police shooting and brutality -- that fired up the police groups.
Tenants In Echo Park Building Are Told To Remove Some Of Their Christmas Lights By An Unlikely SourceWho is behind the no-lights display edict? Ironically, reports Greg Mills, a church.
Porter Ranch Residents Meet With Powerful Law Firm For Informational MeetingSoCalGas said it might take as much as four more months to repair the leak.
Sick Of Enduring Gas Leak, Porter Ranch Residents Protest"I want them to move quicker and I want them to cap this leak," attorney Robert Gassman said, "Immediately. Today. Not in three months. But today."
LA City Council Considers Sending 'Dear John' Letters To Homes Of Men Who Solicit ProstitutesCouncil member Nury Martinez's plan drew immediate criticism from the Electronic Freedom Foundation, which along with the ACLU has an ongoing lawsuit against the LAPD and the Los Angeles sheriff.

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