Gary Scott

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If you have been visiting the Which Way LA blog for the past few years, you know it’s an eclectic feed of news, arts coverage, commentary and extras from…

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If you have been visiting the Which Way LA blog for the past few years, you know it’s an eclectic feed of news, arts coverage, commentary and extras from…

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Police arrested Nathan Campbell, 38, on suspicion of murder in connection with Saturday’s deadly hit-and-run on the Venice boardwalk that killed one woman and left another 11 people…

Police arrest a man in connection with deadly hit-and-run on Venice boardwalk

Police arrested Nathan Campbell, 38, on suspicion of murder in connection with Saturday’s deadly hit-and-run on the Venice boardwalk that killed one woman and left another 11 people…

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The Los Angeles Times has a remembrance of Carlos Navarro Franco, 68, who died after being shot Friday in a rampage that left five people dead and culminated in a…

Remembering one of the victims of Friday’s shootings

The Los Angeles Times has a remembrance of Carlos Navarro Franco, 68, who died after being shot Friday in a rampage that left five people dead and culminated in a…

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