Richie Duchon

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Los Angeles City computers experienced a 20 percent spike in Internet traffic yesterday, coming from the  NBC4 Internet site  that's streaming the  London Olympics .

City Workers Glued to the Olympics

Los Angeles City computers experienced a 20 percent spike in Internet traffic yesterday, coming from the NBC4 Internet site that's streaming the London Olympics .

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Since voters  approved medical marijuana  in 1996, California cities have been wrestling with how to regulate a substance that's illegal under federal law.

The LA City Council Revisits Medical Marijuana

Since voters approved medical marijuana in 1996, California cities have been wrestling with how to regulate a substance that's illegal under federal law.

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