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Thomas Snider, Ex-Wrestling Coach at Torrance High, Pleads Not Guilty to Molestation of Athletes

A former Torrance High School wrestling coach has pleaded not guilty to molesting 25 student athletes. Read more...

LA Spends $100 Million Per Year on Homeless

A new report says Los Angeles spends $100 million a year to deal with homelessness — much of it on arrests and other police services. Read more...

One Dead, Four Hurt in Shooting on Westside of LA

The LAPD is on tactical alert after several shootings on the Westside that left one person dead.  Officials say gunfire erupted in three different locations in Palms yesterday and four people were hurt, and another was pronounced dead at the scene.  Read more...

LAPD Deploying New Plan to Combat Rising Crime Rates

Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck is using a new strategy to combat rising crime rates in the city.  The LA TImes reports Beck will send out more than 200 highly trained Metropolitan Division officers to high-crime neighborhoods and hopes not to damage relationships with those communities.  Read more...

City Council to Vote on Proposed Carson Stadium

The City of Carson is one step closer to getting an NFL stadium.  Officials with the Los Angeles County registrar's office yesterday said that enough signatures supporting the proposed $1.7 billion stadium have been certified, and the issue may be part of the next election.  Read more...

LAUSD Asks Apple to End Delivery of Pearson Education Curriculum for Failed iPad Plan

The Los Angeles Unified School District is telling Apple it's dissatisfied with the Pearson Education curriculum for student iPads and wants reimbursement for all the learning materials schools haven't been able to use. Read more...

Garcetti Gives State of the City, Calls for Increase in Minimum Wage

Mayor Eric Garcetti is calling on the City Council to raise the minimum wage.  During Garcetti's second Sate of the City address yesterday he said Angelinos should not be forced to choose between paying rent and buying groceries.  He continued to say that it doesn't matter if you're pro-business or pro-worker poverty effects all of Los Angeles.  Read more...

Police Brutality Protesters Arrested in Los Angeles

Several people are behind bars after stopping traffic in Los Angeles during a protest against police brutality.  Dozens of people took to the streets yesterday holding banners and armed with bullhorns demonstrating against a white officer who shot and killed an unarmed black man in South Carolina.  Read more...

Videotaped Beating Victim Clinton Alford Suing LAPD for Retaliation

 A man who sued the Los Angeles Police Department alleging he was beaten and kicked unconscious during an arrest now says officers have been harassing him and his family in retaliation. Read more...

Man Reportedly Run Over by Suge Knight "Won't Snitch"

 A man reportedly run over by Suge Knight says he refuses to be a snitch.  Cle "Bone" Sloan said in court yesterday that he doesn't want to be used to send the rap music mogul to prison.  Sloan says he remembers punching Knight in the face, but doesn't remember how he ended up on the ground alongside Terry Carter.  Read more...