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Before nabbing alleged Golden State Killer, police suspected OC man

Courtesy of Rhonda Witthuhn
| Investigators suspected David Witthuhn in the bludgeoning death of his wife, Manuela, in 1981. His second wife says the shadow of that destroyed him.

CERT training prepares Long Beach for the big one

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Do you know what to do in a disaster? Long Beach CERT trains regular citizens to be first responders in an emergency.

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Could a gondola to Dodger Stadium solve traffic woes? That's LA mayor's pitch

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The company behind the proposal wants to create a zero-emission transit line up to Dodger Stadium. It's not the first time the idea has come up.

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Truck crash on 210 Freeway blocks lanes, halts Gold Line service in Pasadena

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Metro suspended train service between its Memorial Park and Allen stations and has brought in buses to get passengers on their way.

LA Metro to weigh expansion of homeless efforts

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The county transit agency is considering further steps to address the growing presence of the homeless on its trains and at its stations.

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How SoCal's bright colors made KPCC listener Ranjana feel at home

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Ranjana Kishore comes from a part of southern India that's vibrant with colors. When she visited Pasadena for the first time, she was taken aback by how stunning it could be, too.

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What a change to rent control restrictions could mean for you

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LA's mayor is among those supporting an initiative to lift state limitations on rent control. Will it stem sky-high housing costs — or discourage future building?

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Snapshot: What LA city workers say about sexual harassment in the workplace

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A new survey of Los Angeles city workers found that nearly 18% answered "yes" to the question: I have been sexually harassed in the workplace.

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West Los Angeles VA opens parking spots for homeless veterans sleeping in cars

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Veterans have access to 10 parking spaces, but the Greater Los Angeles VA says the program could expand if there's enough demand.

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