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Los Angeles police fatally shoot armed suspect in Boyle Heights

Los Angeles police fatally shot a suspect in Boyle Heights early Saturday, forcing the temporary closure of a Metro Gold Line station, authorities said. Officers were on patrol near 1st and Soto streets around midnight when they heard gunshots, according to a statement from LAPD. The officers drove...

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  • Bennett: Best parts of Mexico's food scene converge at Puesto

    Bennett: Best parts of Mexico's food scene converge at Puesto

    Puesto might be the only restaurant in Irvine that will change the way you think about Mexican street food. But in order for it to work its magic, you'll have to leave your expectations at the door. Otherwise, you'll spend most of your first visit to the too-cool, 3-month-old restaurant as I did,...

  • State of the City address highlights Glendale’s safety, budget and development

    State of the City address highlights Glendale’s safety, budget and development

    Nearing the close of her first term as Glendale’s Mayor, Paula Devine lauded the safety of the city and its balanced budget for fiscal year 2016 at the annual State of the City address Wednesday, but she warned of the potential for a multimillion-dollar loss in the General Fund. Glendale continued...

  • Glendale Community College to hold job fair Thursday

    Glendale Community College to hold job fair Thursday

    Glendale Community College will hold a job fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday on Plaza Vaquero on the school’s campus. Participants should bring resumes and dress for interviews. Several employers with job opportunities will take part in the free event, according to organizers. For a list of...

  • Man who beat elderly patient at Fountain Valley hospital gets 7 years in prison

    A former Fountain Valley hospital patient received a seven-year prison sentence Thursday for repeatedly punching a 91-year-old man with whom he shared a room, prosecutors said. Ibrahim Yousef Battat, 39, of Laguna Niguel attacked the elderly man in June 2014 and tried to suffocate him at Fountain...

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  • Crescenta Valley water conservation status goes from yellow to blue

    Crescenta Valley water conservation status goes from yellow to blue

    The Crescenta Valley Water District lowered its water conservation status from yellow to blue Friday, providing customers more flexibility in how they conserve water. The change removes limitations on outdoor watering days. However, watering three to five days is still encouraged, and standard...

  • Alex Theatre continues its healthy financial trend

    Alex Theatre continues its healthy financial trend

    Back in 2012, when Elissa Glickman first took the role of chief executive for Glendale Arts — the nonprofit that manages the Alex Theatre on behalf of the city of Glendale — the state dissolved the city’s Redevelopment Agency, and with it, an annual $415,000 for the venue. The following year, a...

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