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Archive for July 22nd, 2019
The LAPD bomb squad investigated a pressure cooker left outside a mosque in Granada Hills early Monday morning, but determined that it was non-explosive and there was no threat.
Federal authorities charged 22 members of a San Fernando Valley branch of the MS-13 gang with seven murders, attempted murder and drug trafficking.
The City of L.A. wants residents to register for workshops that help neighborhoods prepare for earthquakes and other disasters.
Parishioners at the Episcopal Church of the Epiphany in Lincoln Heights blamed a lack of attendance at Sunday services on the threat of ICE raids.
Friends, family, and co-workers turned out to remember Melyda Corado, an innocent bystander shot in a police standoff at the grocery chain's Silver Lake store.
A spokesman for Alex Villanueva said men are barred from being present during strip searches of women, and that Villanueva had no involvement in the process.
For the first time in a generation, a pair of big earthquakes shook Southern Californians. If you felt it — or even just heard about it — you may have some questions. In this episode lead producer, Misha Euceph gets answers from hometown hero, seismologist Dr. Lucy Jones.
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Whether And How A ‘Right To Shelter’ Policy Would Work In California, And What The State Can Learn From New York City| July 22 2019, 10:24 AM
In a recent op-ed in the Los Angeles Times, Sacramento Mayor and co-chair of Governor Gavin Newsom’s Homeless and Supportive Housing Advisory Task Force Darrell Steinberg floats the idea that California should implement a “right to shelter” law in order to combat the affordable housing and homelessness crisis that has plagued the Golden State.
A new ordinance passed unanimously by the Berkeley City Council prohibits natural gas in new low-rise residential buildings.
Divorce is a difficult at any age, but a spate of recent studies suggests that so-called ‘gray divorce,’ among adults over the age of 50, is especially damaging psychologically and financially.
AirTalk’s weekly political roundtable recaps the major headlines you might’ve missed in politics news over the weekend and looks ahead to the week to come.