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Local parents react to a lawsuit filed on behalf of four Korean La Cañada High students alleging racial discrimination following an incident of suspected cheating on an AP exam and resulting consequences.
Writer Reg Green likes the idea of year-round daylight saving time so as to end “this twice-a-year disruption.”
Stress has grown to the point where even the most successful students are in danger of failing emotionally while achieving their 4.5 GPAs.
Puglia muses on reactions of Dodgers fans in the wake of their Oct. 9 loss to the Nationals in the National League Division Series.
Harlan Updegraff, a former longtime resident of La Canada, writes of attending the burial of former MIA James Bauder at Arlington National Cemetery last month.
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  1. La Cañada Flintridge County Club President Randy Dreyfuss, who hosed down the fire alongside employees before getting soaked by a super scooper, said it’s possible a golfer may have flicked a cigarette into a brush area near the 12th tee.
  2. A lawsuit filed on behalf of four Korean La Cañada High School students alleges a teacher and administrator exhibited racial discrimination following an incident of suspected cheating on an AP exam last year.
  3. Council members will consider Tuesday using Automated License Plate Reader (ALPR) cameras at key intersections and entry points to prevent residential burglaries.
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