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'We Are All So Devastated': Girlfriend Of Man Killed In Explosion Speaks OutA residential neighborhood in Murrieta is still in shock after a Monday afternoon gas explosion leveled one home and killed a Southern California Gas Co. technician.
'It Gets Heated In The Streets': 22 MS-13 Gang Members Charged With Machete Murders In Angeles National ForestNearly two-dozen Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang members who operate in the San Fernando Valley have been charged with a series of ruthless murders, some of which involved hacking people to death with machetes in the Angeles National Forest.
'The Bachelor' Creator Mike Fleiss Accused Of Attacking Pregnant WifeMike Fleiss, the creator of "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" is being accused by his pregnant wife of attacking her at their Hawaii home on July 4.
New Legal Settlement Allows OC To Immediately Arrest Homeless In Certain AreasOrange County can now immediately arrest homeless people in certain places, including John Wayne Airport, flood control channels and high-risk wilderness areas.
LAPD In Search Of Driver Following Pursuit Of Red BentleyLos Angeles police are in search of the driver of a reportedly stolen red Bentley Continental following a brief pursuit.
House Passes Resolution Formally Denouncing Trump Tweets As RacistAfter a bitter partisan brawl, House lawmakers on Tuesday approved a resolution to formally denounce President Trump's recent tirade against four progressive congresswomen of color, with four Republicans joining Democrats to rebuke the president.
Police Search For Male And Female Pursuit Suspects In Van Nuys Apartment ComplexPolice searched a Van Nuys apartment complex after a pursuit of a red Bentley Continental ended in the area.
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LA Now The 'City Of Rats'? Report Warns Of 'Alarming Increase' In Rodent PopulationPest control and public health experts are calling on California Gov. Gavin Newsom to declare a public health emergency over what they say is a sharp rise in the state's rodent population.