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Police searching for gunman who killed a man near Gold Line station in Lincoln Heights

A man was shot dead near the Gold Line train station in Lincoln Heights by one of three men who approached him and began arguing, police said Sunday.

The incident occurred a little before 11 p.m. Saturday in the area of Marmion Way and French Avenue, said Sgt. James Zboravan, of the LAPD's Northeast station.

One of the suspects fired at least four shots at the victim, Zboravan said.

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Groundbreaking slated for Vietnam War memorial at Camp Pendleton

A Camp Pendleton memorial honoring members of the “Fighting 5th” who fell in Vietnam will take another step closer to completion this week.

A groundbreaking ceremony is set for 3 p.m. on Friday at the 5th Marine Regiment Memorial Garden in the Camp Mateo section of the sprawling base.

“We absolutely want everyone there.

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Ally of Milo Yiannopoulos wins control of California College Republicans

In a closely divided election, a UC Irvine student who led an insurgency against establishment politics won a bitter battle Saturday for control of the California College Republicans, a triumph for provocative conservatism over a more moderate approach.

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Southern California prepares for more hot weather and extreme fire danger

It’s that time of year in Southern California.

The National Weather Service on Saturday issued a red flag warning, indicating extreme fire danger, from Santa Barbara to San Bernardino counties for the next three days as higher-than-normal temperatures and Santa Ana winds combine to create volatile conditions.

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Murder-suicide in Joshua Tree may have been act of 'sympathy' after injury, family member says

An uncle of the woman found dead in Joshua Tree National Park reportedly said investigators believe her boyfriend may have killed her in a “sympathetic murder-suicide” after she suffered a head injury.

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Last of the prototypes for Trump's border wall take shape in San Diego

The last two of eight prototypes for President Trump’s proposed border wall took shape Thursday at a construction site in San Diego.

The prototypes form a tightly packed row of imposing concrete and metal panels, including one with sharp metal edges on top. Another has a surface resembling an expensive brick driveway.

Companies have until Oct.

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