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  • 7 hours ago | Law

    Up until recently, cops who arrest you could rummage through the content on your cellphone. Yeah, we're talking about photos, texts, emails, search history, maps, your grandma's lasagna recipe, you name it. A California court said that anything yo...

  • 8 hours ago | Sex

    California lawmakers want to teach teens how to say yes to sex. And the state Assembly just passed the bill that would do just that. SB 695 by Senate President Pro Tempore de León of L.A. and Jackson and Sen.  Hannah-Beth Jackson of Sant...

  • 23 hours ago | Sports

    Hollywood pool season has been extended through October. No, we're not talking about alcohol-fueled day parties that bring out the bikinis and board shorts. We're talking about the people's pool at the  Hollywood Recreation Center. Area city ...

  • 1 day ago | Crime

    A Venice boardwalk hotel owner was behind bars this week after he was charged with murdering a homeless man who sleeps outside his inn. Witnesses said a dispute erupted early Sunday over homeless people sleeping near the entrance to the Cadillac H...

  • 1 day ago | Economy

    You've heard it all before: Los Angeles is a left-leaning, high-tax, labor-friendly city that is almost hostile to startups and small businesses. And yet the city remains the anchor of one of the world's largest economies, with California housing ...

  • 2 days ago | Above the Law

    Uproar over an L.A. Police Commission proposal to kick out and possibly arrest those who make "personal, impertinent or profane remarks" at its police headquarters public meetings appears to have inspired the body to table the idea until Sept...


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