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CHP Sgt. Steve Licon’s commitment to fix problems put him in danger the day he died

When assigned Saturday, April 6, to Lake Elsinore to address traffic issues near the poppy fields, he refused to ‘sit’ and watch, a colleague says.

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Terry Sullivan won a TCM contest to film a segment with host Ben Mankiewicz introducing his family's favorite movie, "The Quiet Man," John Ford's 1952 love letter to his native Ireland.

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The $5 billion project would have included 100,000 mirrors and 10 towers that would have been able to store the sun’s energy and generate power after dark.

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Este dibujo es uno de los tantos tributos que surgieron rápidamente en redes sociales tras el incendio de Notre Dame, Patrimonio Mundial de la Humanidad, declarada así por la Unesco en 1991. La autora, Cristina Correa Freile, habló con Zona Pop de CNN.

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The audit, conducted in February by Bolinger, Segars, Gilbert Moss, looked at the cooperative’s statements of income, comprehensive income, patronage capital and cash flow.

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Nanka Shiga Club Celebration

Co-chairpersons Beverly Toyama and Nancy Kurihara-Johnson hosted the annual Nanka Shiga Club General Meeting and New Year Party on March 10 at Happa Restaurant in Gardena. The Afuso Ryu Kenkyu Choichi Kai sanshin group provided Okinawan music that was enjoyed by all. The program also included bingo...

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A teen who was allegedly involved in a car jacking turned shooting at police April 10 and later died was identified Tuesday.

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Adam Schiff’s campaign cashes in on Trump feud with $1.8 million in first quarter

The quarter's top 20 fundraisers includes Rep. Katie Hill, who reported $607,751 in total receipts from Jan. 1 to March 31, the most among the five Southern California freshmen preparing to defend House seats they won from incumbent Republicans last November.

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Man killed in Markham crash

Donald Gordon, 61, was involved in the crash on 159th Street overpass over Interstate 294.

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Dad loses 92 pounds after noticing he can’t keep up with kids

This isn’t your standard dad bod. A Montana father-of-three says he was spurred to shred nearly 100 pounds when he noticed he couldn’t keep up with his kids. It all started in 2017 when 290-pound Jeremiah Peterson, 40, took a hiking trip with his wife and 9, 7 and 6-year-old and found himself...

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Yoan Moncada hit a pair of solo shots for his first multihomer game and Leury Garcia added a two-run drive to power the Chicago White Sox past the Kansas City Royals 5-1

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Lockout at Columbine, other Colorado schools triggered by 'armed,' 'extremely dangerous' woman: officials

Authorities in Colorado are on the lookout for an “armed” 18-year-old woman who’s believed “to be extremely dangerous” after several schools were put on lockouts earlier Tuesday.

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Supporters face legal battle to open Safehouse, which would offer clean needles and antidote as well as counseling and information on available social services.

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Cal State LA Students Dedicate Spring Break to Civil Rights Service Trip

The 17 students and five faculty and staff chaperones traveled more than 2,000 miles to Montgomery, Alabama, during the first week of April. Their days were spent volunteering with local youth and seniors at Resurrection Catholic Missions and touring historical landmarks in communities at the center...

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LTSC Announces 2019 +LAB Residency Fellows

Little Tokyo Service Center (LTSC) last week announced the selection of five artist fellows for the second annual +LAB Artist Residency Program in Little Tokyo. The creative place-keeping residency will focus on the forces of displacement impacting Little Tokyo. This year’s program theme,...

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Doctors racing to find out why baby was born without most of his skin

Doctors in Texas are racing to find what caused a baby there to be born without most of his skin. Little Ja’bari Grey, who was born on New Year’s Day in San Antonio, is in stable condition as of Tuesday, but specialists at the Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston are trying to understand the...

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FBI dropped requests for 'necessary' classified info during Clinton probe, and GOP asks why

FBI investigators looking into Hillary Clinton's email use in 2016 sought access to "highly classified information" they said was "necessary" to complete their probe, but later withdrew their request and cleared Clinton of wrongdoing  -- and the Justice Department now has 10 days to explain...

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