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After failing to force LA County Sheriff Alex Villanueva to testify about the alleged existence of gang-like groups among deputies, the Civilian Oversight Commission is now gathering…

If you have info on LA Sheriff’s deputy ‘gangs,’ watchdog wants to hear from you

After failing to force LA County Sheriff Alex Villanueva to testify about the alleged existence of gang-like groups among deputies, the Civilian Oversight Commission is now gathering…

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Nearly 19 months after the pandemic lockdowns, the 36th edition of the iconic race is making its return on Nov. 7.

LA Marathon returns with new route, COVID rules and street closures

Nearly 19 months after the pandemic lockdowns, the 36th edition of the iconic race is making its return on Nov. 7.

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The City of Los Angeles is launching the BIG: LEAP (Basic Income Guaranteed: Los Angeles Economic Assistance Pilot) program to provide financial assistance to approximately 3,000…

LA’s guaranteed basic income pilot: See if you qualify for $1000 cash per month

The City of Los Angeles is launching the BIG: LEAP (Basic Income Guaranteed: Los Angeles Economic Assistance Pilot) program to provide financial assistance to approximately 3,000…

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