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Minimum wage to increase in some LA County cities
Several new L.A. County laws will go into effect on Sunday, including an increase to the minimum wage in some cities. Los Angeles, Pasadena, Santa Monica and Malibu will see their minimum wage rise from $12 per hour to $13.25 per hour for businesses ...

Rich the Kid Ditches LA Crib With GF After Home Invasion
Rich the Kid and his girlfriend, Tori Brixx, are moving out of the downtown Los Angeles apartment where they were attacked and robbed at gunpoint by several men earlier this month ... because neither could sleep there at night anymore. Rich had been ...

LA movie openings, July 4-6
Fireworks. Japanese animated sci-fi fantasy romance about a teenager's attempt to runaway and create an alternate reality after her mother remarries. Directed by Akiyuki Shinbô. In both English-language and subtitled versions. (1:30) Also screens July ...

NBA Rumors: Los Angeles Clippers Pushing For A Kawhi Leonard Trade, 'Hoops Hype' Is Suggesting
According to 'Hoops Hype', the Los Angeles Clippers have made acquiring Kawhi Leonard a high priority. Kawhi Leonard shoots over Austin Rivers. Harry How / Getty Images Basketball · Ernest Shepard. According to 'Hoops Hype', the Los Angeles Clippers ...

In Photos: How LA Rallied Against Family Separations
Thousands of people converged upon downtown Los Angeles Saturday to protest the Trump administration's "zero-tolerance" immigration policy, which has led to family separations at the U.S.-Mexico border. The "Families Belong Together - Freedom for ...

New Laws In California Set To Go Into Effect Sunday
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — New marijuana regulations, a bump in minimum wage for certain businesses in Los Angeles County, and stricter standards for ride-share drivers are a few of the new laws in California going into effect Sunday. NEW POT ...

Paul Egly, judge who oversaw Los Angeles school integration, dies at 97
Paul Egly, the controversial judge who oversaw court-mandated integration efforts of Los Angeles schools in the late 1970s, died June 26 at his Laguna Beach home. He was 97. California's Supreme Court ruled in 1976 that Los Angeles Unified School ...

LAPD in Pursuit of Motorcycle in South Los Angeles
LAPD were pursuing a suspected stolen motorcycle driving recklessly in South Los Angeles area on Sunday night. The motorcycle was driving at high speeds and breaking red lights. Newschopper4 Bravo was overhead but was unable to follow the ...

Things to do this week in Los Angeles: July 2-8
Plan out your week with the city's best concerts, culture, cuisine and more. Monday. Hot Tub with Kurt and Kristen; The Virgil See a comedy set from Kristen Schaal and Kurt Braunohler when they host their Monday Night variety show. The Go-Go's ...

Eastside Monday: Boyle Heights kite-making workshop; Transviolet plays Echo Park; jazz in Highland Park
Here are today's highlights from our Eastside Events Calendar and some bonus events to consider: Mini kite workshop at the Malabar Library in Boyle Heights; Electro-pop quartet Transviolet plays The Echo in Echo Park; ETA in Highland Park hosts jazz ...

Arnold Schwarzenegger Welcomes LeBron to LA ... 'I Love It'
Arnold Schwarzenegger is fired up about LeBron James -- and even made the The King a video to welcome LBJ to Los Angeles. "This is so exciting that you're coming to the city of stars," Arnold said. "And you'll be, without any doubt, the biggest star of ...

Record-breaking heat could hit parts of Los Angeles after the Fourth of July
A sweltering heat wave is expected to hit Southern California by the end of the week, bringing the potential for record-breaking temperatures after a month sprinkled with June gloom. A ridge of high pressure expanding westward is expected to peak ...

On Basketball: LA will still be there for Paul George
Paul George can count. That's what we forgot. Everyone knows that the lure of home is strong for George, a Los Angeles kid who took countless jumpers as a youngster while pretending to be Kobe Bryant and wearing purple and gold. And players tend to go ...

Fourth Of July Travel Rush Continues
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — The holiday getaway isn't over yet — a record number of travelers is expected to continue through Los Angeles International Airport for this year's Fourth of July holiday travel period. Airport officials say 272,358 passengers ...

In Los Angeles, Where the Rich and the Destitute Cross Paths
For over a century, Skid Row was the center of homeless life in Los Angeles. Its old nickname, “Hobo Corner,” conveyed a sense of geographical limit. In recent years, homelessness has leapt beyond its old boundaries, with more than 53,000 people living ...

Seven charged with assaulting police during LA street racing incident
Seven men have been charged with attacking Los Angeles police officers who were trying to chase a hit-and-run suspect during a street racing incident in South L.A., prosecutors said Monday. Two officers saw a hit-and-run incident at a “street racing ...

18 People, Including LA Councilman, Arrested at Protest Outside ICE Facility in DTLA
Eighteen people, including a Los Angeles city councilman, were arrested Monday after a protesters gathered at the Immigration and Customs Enforcement office in downtown Los Angeles, officials said. Councilman Mike Bonin is seen being taken into police ...

'Leave It to the Experts': LA Area Officials Urge Public Not to Set Off Fireworks for Fourth of July
Law enforcement and fire officials from the city and county of Los Angeles held a news conference Monday to urge residents to leave the Fourth of July fireworks displays to the professionals for everybody's safety. Fireworks are displayed during a news ...

California Living: AIA Los Angeles selects 23 Residential Architecture Award winners
From small single-family residences to large multi-unit dwellings, from affordable housing apartment buildings to posh SoCal mansions: the third Residential Architecture Award program presented by the AIA Los Angeles chapter has honored twenty-three ...

LeBron James, will you be LA's Bike King?
Here is the most important thing you need to know about our newest Laker: LeBron James loves riding his bike. During his time with the Miami Heat, James became well-known for riding his bike to games, crediting his performance to the two-wheeled ...

Los Angeles Kicks off Long-Delayed Licensing for Pot Growers
Los Angeles will kick off the process for licensing marijuana cultivators and manufacturers on Aug. 1, but it's likely to be many months before any of those companies open their doors for business. July 2, 2018, at 9:56 p.m.. More. U.S. News & World ...

Crowded LA Animal Shelters Seek Fosters Ahead of July 4
Animal shelters across Southern California are in need of extra fosters ahead of the Fourth of July, a time when pets and strays alike frightened by fireworks flood rescue centers, putting them over capacity. Because of the massive influx, officials ...

Mild 4th Of July To Be Followed By Record Heat Around Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES, CA — A mild Fourth of July holiday is expected to give way to record-setting heat across Los Angeles by the end of the week, the National Weather Service warned Monday. - emperatures will reach dangerous levels in much of Southern ...

Increased Cost of Replacing Parker Center Coming Before LA City Council
Share this article: Facebook · twitter · google_plus · reddit · pinterest · linkedin · mail. By Skyfox11 at en.wikipedia [Public domain], from Wikimedia Commons The Los Angeles City Council Tuesday will discuss the planned demolition of Parker Center ...

Skip the fines and fires caused by illegal shows. LA has plenty of legal fireworks displays
Fireworks are illegal in Los Angeles. But that hasn't stopped city residents from putting on a mesmerizing — yet frightening to many — light show after the sun sets on the Fourth of July. Advertisement. The illicit fireworks displays have become ...

LA city and county officials expand legal aid for migrant children
The Los Angeles City Council and county Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to allow a legal aid fund for immigrants to be used for the defense of migrant children separated from their parents under President Trump's “zero-tolerance” border policy. The ...

In LA, federal grant to combat extremism stirs up concerns about targeting Muslims
Los Angeles lawmakers are wrestling with whether to accept a federal grant to counter extremism, a move that critics believe would lead to targeting Muslims. The debate has roiled City Hall, where dozens of people turned out Tuesday to urge city ...

Preservationists call for historic status for Los Angeles Times buildings, threatening redevelopment plans
Preservationists hope to secure city monument status for three historic Los Angeles Times buildings, which could hinder a plan to redevelop the downtown block where they stand. City officials last week accepted an application to the Cultural Heritage ...

LA will allow more dense development near five Expo Line stations
The Los Angeles City Council approved plans Tuesday to allow taller residential and commercial buildings near five Expo Line stations on the Westside, setting a possible precedent for future decisions about development along the region's growing Metro ...

Dodgers Players React to LeBron James Joining the Los Angeles Lakers
Even other athletes get excited. After reaching the World Series for the first time in 29 years, the Los Angeles Dodgers are arguably the most popular sports franchise in the City of Angels. That might have changed on Sunday night, as LeBron James ...


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