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Looking for a job? Here’s who is hiring in SoCal amid coronavirus economic slowdown

LOS ANGELES (KABC) — Looking for employment in Southern California? Here’s a list of companies currently hiring: CARE TAKERS AND…

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3 charged in connection with Reseda murder of motorist

Three people were charged in connection with a murder in Reseda that led to a police pursuit months later where…

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Police Arrest Man for Attempted Murder in Sword Attack

Wilshire police officers arrested a man for attempted murder involved in a sword attack on a woman Tuesday night. Around…

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‘Systemic failures’ harmed program designed to reduce domestic violence in California, auditors say

Nearly half of California domestic violence offenders failed to complete a required program designed to prevent future assaults and judges…

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Man fatally shot in Hawthorne; suspect still on the loose

A man was shot to death in Hawthorne on Wednesday. The shooting took place on the 11600 block of Van…

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LA County Sheriff’s Narcotics Agents Seize Fentanyl Pills Hidden in Candy Packaging

LA County Sheriff’s Narcotics Bureau Detectives and Drug Enforcement Agency agents seized approximately 12,000 suspected fentanyl pills at the Los…

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Person Detained After 2 Stabbed at Los Feliz High School

Two students were stabbed at John Marshall High School in Los Feliz Wednesday, and a person of interest was detained.…

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LIVE: President Biden addresses energy security after releasing 15 million barrels from oil reserve

President Joe Biden will announce the release of 15 million barrels of oil from the U.S. strategic reserve Wednesday as…

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Sherman Oaks apartment fire kills 1 person, dog

Sherman Oaks apartment fire kills 1 person, dog – CBS Los Angeles Watch CBS News It happened around 4:23 a.m.…

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Kevin de León Says He Has No Plans to Resign From LA City Council

Kevin de León said in an interview Wednesday that he will not resign from the Los Angeles City Council nearly…

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