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West Hollywood Announces Second Installment Of WeLead Academy

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WEST HOLLYWOOD—On March 15, West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce announced the second installment of its WeLead Academy, according to a press release from the West...

WeHo To Suspend Parking Meter Enforcement On March 31

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WEST HOLLYWOOD—On Monday, March 20, the City of West Hollywood announced that on Friday, March 31, it will observe César Chávez Day, and parking regulations for...

UCLA Performs Most Organ Transplants In 2016

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WESTWOOD—Data published by the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) in January shows that UCLA has provided the most combined heart and lung transplants among...

Mattel Donates $50 Million To UCLA Children’s Hospital

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WESTWOOD—On March 13, Mattel, Inc. announced a $50 million donation to UCLA Health, which will be used to expand the UCLA Mattel Children’s Hospital...

West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station Welcomes New Captain

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WEST HOLLYWOOD—On Thursday, March 9, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department appointed Sergio A. Aloma as Captain of the West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station, according...

Beverly Hills Names New Public Works Director

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BEVERLY HILLS—On Friday, March 10, the city of Beverly Hills announced Shana Epstein from the city of Ventura as the new Director of Public...

LAPD Seeking Identity Of Los Feliz Robbery Suspects

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LOS FELIZ—Northeast Detectives of the Los Angeles Police Department are asking the public’s help in identifying two robbery suspects. According to the LAPD Blog, on...

West Hollywood To Host A Community Action Forum

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WEST HOLLWOOD—According to a press release from the city of West Hollywood, on Thursday, March 9, the city will host a Community Action Forum...

Reseda Man Sentenced To 30 Years For Robbery

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WOODLAND HILLS—On Tuesday, February 28, a Reseda man was sentenced to 30 years in state prison for a string of armed robberies in the...

LAPD To Patrol Metro Buses And Trains

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LOS ANGELES—On February 23, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) Board approved a contract that enforces three different law enforcement agencies to...

Mayor Garcetti Places 1,250 Trash Bins Across LA

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LOS ANGELES—Mayor Eric Garcetti’s Clean Street program is on its way to meet the goal of placing 5,000 new trash bins to streets across...

Patty Wong Named Director Of Santa Monica Library

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SANTA MONICA—On February 7, Patricia Wong was selected as the New Director of Library Services for the Santa Monica Public Library (SMPL) system by...

Santa Monica To Host Parks Day, Come Play!

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SANTA MONICA—The city of Santa Monica will host the community, Parks Day, Come Play! on Saturday, February 25. The event will celebrate the grand opening of...

Beverly Hills Launches Disaster Ready

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BEVERLY HILLS—The Beverly Hills Office of Emergency Management, Resilience, and Recovery (OEM) is launching Disaster Ready, a business disaster certification program. According to a press...

City Council Approves Support Of Measure H

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WEST HOLLYWOOD—A resolution in support of Measure H, the Los Angeles County Plan to Prevent and Combat Homelessness, was unanimously approved by the West...

Landslide Affects Homes, Knocks Out Power

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HOLLYWOOD HILLS—On Monday, January 30, a landslide in Hollywood Hills slid downhill affecting at least three homes and caused a power outage in the...

Santa Monica Airport To Close In 2028

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SANTA MONICA—On Saturday, January 28, after many lawsuits and protests, officials announced that Santa Monica Airport will close in 2028. According to reports, the city...

Tree Falls In Brentwood, Thousands Lose Power

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BRENTWOOD—A powerful rainstorm caused a large Eucalyptus tree and several power lines to come crashing down in Brentwood on Monday, January 23. Sharon, whose car...

Bel Air Mansion Most Expensive US Home

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BEL AIR—A mansion in Bel Air has become the most expensive home to hit the market in the U.S. Listed at $250 million, the 38,000-square-foot...

Superman Impersonator Returning After Homelessness

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HOLLYWOOD HILLS—After a period of homelessness and drug abuse, a Superman impersonator is making a comeback to Hollywood Boulevard. Christopher Dennis has been a Superman...
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