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In April, a brutal murder took place in Ventura.

A senseless stabbing in Ventura angers citizens, sparks action on homelessness

In April, a brutal murder took place in Ventura.

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Two black men were shot and killed by police over the weekend. In one of the shootings, LAPD gang officers were wearing body cameras.

Study: Complaints against police drop when cops wear body cams

Two black men were shot and killed by police over the weekend. In one of the shootings, LAPD gang officers were wearing body cameras.

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