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Record temperatures lure 'heat tourists' to Death Valley National Park
Record temperatures are drawing a special type of visitor to Death Valley National Park this summer.
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Woman arrested after attempt to abduct infant grandchild of NFL legend Joe Montana in Malibu
A woman was in custody Sunday on suspicion of trying to snatch an infant from a Malibu home, only to be thwarted, authorities said.
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Suspect in custody after LAPD officer is attacked inside police station
A man was in custody Sunday after he allegedly took an officer's weapon and fired shots in an LAPD station in San Pedro, police said.
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LAPD officer wounded during attack inside Harbor Division station in San Pedro
An LAPD officer was wounded during a shooting at Harbor division station in San Pedro
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PG&E plans to cut power to 89,000 Northern California customers starting Sunday because of fire conditions
Power will be shut off in three phases and last until late Monday, officials said.
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L.A. County sees no post-Labor Day spike in coronavirus numbers
L.A. County reports an average of 1,074 new daily cases for the week ending Sept. 25, compared with 1,176 for the week ending Sept. 5.
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Cal State Long Beach in lockdown after five students test positive for the coronavirus
All students living on campus have been placed into quarantine, said President Jane Close Conoley.
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Coronavirus takes wrenching toll on Orange County Latinos who have no choice but to work
The heavily Latino cities of Santa Ana and Anaheim have coronavirus positive test rates significantly higher than the overall rate in Orange County.
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Animal-rights activists arrested in attempt to rescue a Farmer John slaughterhouse pig
The animal rights group DXE Los Angeles posted a video on its Facebook page showing activists wearing hardhats inside the facility.
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California mayor, Mexican governor launch war of words over cross-border sewage spills
Imperial Beach, Calif., Mayor Serge Dedina criticized Mexican authorities. Gov. Jaime Bonilla demands a public apology.
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Facing critical fire danger, PG&E prepares to shut off power in Northern California
PG&E prepares to shut off power in Northern California in response to critical fire danger.
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