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DTLA Jewelry Store Owners Struggle To Recover After LootingJewelry store owners in Downtown L.A. are struggling to recover financially after being targeted by looters and remaining closed for nearly three months due to coronavirus health orders.
'A Celebration And A Protest': Black Lives Matter Protest Honors Breonna Taylor's BirthdayPeaceful protestors gathered for hours outside The Laugh Factory in Hollywood on Friday to honor the life of Breonna Taylor, who was killed by police in her own home in March. Friday would have been her 27th birthday.
Newsom Orders End To ‘Carotid Hold’ Training In State Police Program, Some Disagree With MoveGov. Gavin Newsom has ordered the state police training program to stop teaching officers how to use a hold that can block the flow of blood to the brain.
SoCal Counties Report More Than 84,000 Coronavirus CasesLos Angeles County reported an additional 1,400 cases and 36 deaths Friday, bringing the death toll to more than 2,500.
California To Allow Schools, Gyms And Bars Reopen Next WeekCalifornia will allow schools, day camps, bars, gyms, campgrounds and professional sports to begin reopening with modifications starting next Friday.
LAPD Chief Michel Moore Hosts Vigil For George FloydLAPD Chief Michel Moore joined protestors outside police headquarters Friday night to hold a vigil for George Floyd and speak with individuals about reform within the bureau.
5 People Rescued After Boat Capsizes In Marina Del ReyFive people have been rescued in Marina Del Rey after their boat capsized. No injuries were reported.
Garcetti Says Harsh Police Tactics Have No Place In LA As LAPD Union Blasts Proposed Budget CutsOn Friday morning, LAPPL issued a blistering statement in response to the comment that stated: "Eric has apparently lost his damn mind," and suggesting that if the city had a charter provision allowing the removal of a mayor for illness or incapacity, "we'd plead for it to be invoked."

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Can police departments police themselves?Erroll Southers, a former SMPD officer and a USC public policy professor, says oversight by citizens is necessary for police reform
Fmr US Attorney explains new charges in George Floyd caseHarry Litman breaks down the new charges and the impact a conviction would have on future police brutality cases across the US.
First Amendment Lawyer Explains Rights of DemonstratorsAttorney Jeff Lewis discusses the fine line between freedom of speech and “unlawful assembly."
Fmr US Attorney explains new charges in George Floyd caseHarry Litman breaks down the new charges and the impact a conviction would have on future police brutality cases across the US.
Officers denied backup?Police officers face life-altering consequences when they speak up about misconduct, says attorney Bradley Gage who has represented and won class action lawsuits for such officers.
Streaming Services Up Amid PandemicDave Bakula discusses impact COVID-19 has had on the entertainment industry.
Retired LAPD Detective on use of force & recruitment issuesTim Williams says it’s about leadership and the gatekeepers.
Over 400 Arrests In Santa Monica SundayThe cities of Santa Monica and Beverly Hills – both of which experienced serious looting and violence over the weekend during the George Floyd demonstrations – will again impose curfews Monday.
Hacienda Heights Teen Shares Survivor Story and GoalsAngelina Chavez and her mom, Alysha Medina, talk about being a two-time cancer survivor, recent high school graduate and her plans for the future.