Ben Welsh

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Long Beach renter Larry Watson hasn’t had running water in his apartment for at least two years.

Tenants vs. Landlords in Long Beach

Long Beach renter Larry Watson hasn’t had running water in his apartment for at least two years.

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Only Female Fire Recruit in LAFD Resigns

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Mayor Garcetti has vowed to  change the culture  of the LA Fire Department. It's a major consideration as he  searches for the city's next fire chief .

A Culture of Bias in the Los Angeles Fire Department

Mayor Garcetti has vowed to change the culture of the LA Fire Department. It's a major consideration as he searches for the city's next fire chief .

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