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LA County Supervisors Push Sheriff Villanueva For Transparency On Deputy ShootingsThe Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved a number of motions designed to push Sheriff Alex Villanueva to be more transparent and cooperative with the Office of the Inspector General's investigations into fatal shootings by sheriff's deputies. Katie Johnston reports.
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LASD Employee Accused Of Engaging In Sexual Activity With DetaineeA 29-year-old sheriff's department employee surrendered to investigators Tuesday after being accused of engaging in sexual activity with a detainee at a women's jail in Lynwood. Katie Johnston reports.
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Man Dies After Being Critically Injured In Reseda House FireA man in his 60s died after being critically injured in a Tuesday evening house fire in Reseda. The fire was reported at about 6:55 p.m. in the 7700 block of Aura Avenue, near the intersection of Keswick Street and Tampa Avenue. Katie Johnston reports.
Man Shot, Killed At Lynwood MotelA man was shot to death at a motel in Lynwood late Tuesday night.
Over Half Of Californians Think State Reopened Too Quickly, Survey FindsA new poll released Wednesday has found that over half of Californians believe state and county officials relaxed coronavirus lockdown restrictions too quickly, this as the state contends with a surge in cases. Tina Patel reports.
Driver Killed After Car Slams Into Pole In TorranceA driver was killed after a car careened into a pole in Torrance early Wednesday morning.
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