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    • L.A. developers accused of stealing millions in affordable-housing scheme

      L.A. developers accused of stealing millions in affordable-housing scheme

      Two executives at a Los Angeles-based real estate development company and two of their employees have been indicted on charges they defrauded government agencies of millions of dollars in funds for housing low-income families. The 67-page federal grand jury indictment says Salim Karimi and three...

    • Suspect identified in killing of South L.A. man found in refrigerator

      Suspect identified in killing of South L.A. man found in refrigerator

      Police have identified a suspect in the killing of a 41-year-old man found inside a refrigerator in South Los Angeles last month, authorities said. Los Angeles police Det. Chris Barling said the 57-year-old suspect is already in custody on an unrelated charge. He declined to identify the man pending...

    • Police investigating body found in South L.A. refrigerator

      Police investigating body found in South L.A. refrigerator

      Los Angeles police are investigating the discovery of a man's body inside a refrigerator in South Los Angeles, authorities said. About 10 a.m., authorities responded to the 600 block of West 57th Street in Vermont-Slauson after maintenance workers cleaning out an apartment discovered the remains,...

    • Mystery, and possibly missed signs, surround brothers' deaths

      Mystery, and possibly missed signs, surround brothers' deaths

      In some ways, it's the most perplexing kind of mystery. To many, it had looked as though the Fuentes boys were heading toward happiness. The scrappy brothers, ages 8, 9 and 10, had started a new school year and were set to begin catechism classes that weekend. Their father had been making plans...

    • A rise in violence plagues South L.A.: 'We can't police our way out of this'

      A rise in violence plagues South L.A.: 'We can't police our way out of this'

      Thirty minutes before the meeting at a South Los Angeles church was supposed to start, the parking lot was already full. Hundreds of people packed the pews of Hamilton United Methodist on Sunday — so many that some were left standing even after the choir lofts were filled. There were elected officials,...

    • Social media are reshaping policing and conversations about violence

      Social media are reshaping policing and conversations about violence

      The two men lay motionless on the sidewalk outside a South L.A. carwash, pools of blood spilling from their heads. With the paramedics still on their way, people crowded around the men and pulled out their phones. Before detectives arrived, an image had been posted to Instagram, then circulated...

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