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Man arrested in fatal drive-by shooting of 8-year-old Pomona boy

Pomona police on Sunday arrested a man on suspicion of killing an 8-year-old boy in a drive-by shooting last month.

Sengchan Houl, 35, was taken into custody just before noon and was being held in the Pomona City Jail in lieu of $2-million bond, according to the Pomona Police Department.

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Reporter and photographers say they were assaulted by Trump supporters at Huntington Beach rally

An OC Weekly reporter and two photographers said Sunday that they were physically assaulted by pro-Trump demonstrators at a Make America Great Again rally in Huntington Beach and are seeking the public’s help in identifying at least one of the people responsible.

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Granada Hills wins state academic title after high-profile Super Quiz is thrown out

A security breach was not enough to derail Granada Hills Charter High School, a perennial favorite, from winning this year’s California Academic Decathlon in Sacramento in results announced Sunday.

The problem ended up invalidating the Super Quiz, which is the highest-profile and only public portion of the annual competition.

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Mother and two children among four killed in Sacramento house

The four people killed last week in a quiet Northern California neighborhood include a woman and her two children, authorities said Sunday.

The victims are Angelique Vasquez, 45; her daughter, Mia Vasquez, 14; her son, Alvin Vasquez, 11; and Ashley Coleman, 21, according to the Sacramento County coroner's office.

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Violence erupts at pro-Trump rally in Huntington Beach

Violence erupted at a Make America Great Again rally in Huntington Beach on Saturday after a protester opposed to President Trump allegedly doused a female organizer of the event with pepper spray, sparking a brawl that ended with several arrests.

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Thousands expected to participate in CicLAvia on Sunday

Culver City meets Venice.

That is the theme of the latest CicLAvia bike festival scheduled for Sunday.

Thousands of cyclists, pedestrians, skaters and runners are expected to participate in the car-free event that will extend from downtown Culver City to Venice.

The festival runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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