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Memorial Plaque Honoring Murdered Deputy Jerry Ortiz Given Back To Family After Hawaiian Gardens Council Vote

Memorial Plaque Honoring Murdered Deputy Jerry Ortiz Given Back To Family After Hawaiian Gardens Council Vote

  Outspoken Hawaiian Gardens City Councilman Barry Bruce says he has “A real problem that every year we memorialize Deputy Jerry Ortiz’ death.” By Randy Economy The Hawaiian Gardens City…

Norwalk Sheriff’s searching for armed robbery suspect Levi Tanner Salerno, 19

By Randy Economy (Norwalk-La Mirada) Norwalk Sheriff’s Detectives are searching for a wanted armed robbery suspect, and on Thursday afternoon they sent out a notice to members of the media…

2012-2013 BOYS BASKETBALL PREVIEW: Suburban League to be wide open after top spot

By Loren Kopff La Mirada has been tabbed as the favorite to win the Suburban League, supplanting Mayfair’s recent dominance. But after that, it’s anyone’s guess as to where the…

Statement by Englander, Knabe, Allen on Knabe KCET Expose

There is no conflict of interest for our firm to represent our clients before the Board of Supervisors. County Counsel has also opined that it is not a conflict and…

Cerritos Meeting With State Department of Finance Nov 29 on $17.1 Million

By Brian Hews Cerritos will Meet and Confer with the California Department of Finance today in regards to the cash payment of $17.1 million owed by the Successor Agency to…

John Steven Burgess Pleads to Possession of Ammunition In LA Courtroom

LOS ANGELES – John Steven Burgess, who pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter in the 2007 death of San Diego State University coed Donna Jou, pleaded no contest today to felon…

Kaveh Vahedi Agrees To Plead Guilty In Three Fraud Schemes

LOS ANGELES – A Glendale man has agreed to plead guilty to federal fraud charges, admitting that he ran three separate scams, including a Ponzi scheme that defrauded 30 families…

Convicted Long Beach Campaign Treasurer Kinde Durkee Prepares For Eight Year Prison Sentence Today

Convicted Long Beach Campaign Treasurer Kinde Durkee Prepares For Eight Year Prison Sentence Today

By Randy Economy Kinde Durke, the campaign treasurer from Long Beach who was convicted of felony money laundering and raiding at least 50 political campaign committees will be sentenced to…

Death Investigation Launched In Bell Gardens

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Homicide Bureau detectives responded to the 7700 block of Garfield Avenue, Bell Gardens  to assist Bell Gardens Police Department personnel investigate the circumstances surrounding the death…

Kentucky Fried Chicken Pays $200K In Penalties for Smoking Ovens, Unsafe Violations

LOS ANGELES – Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC Corp.) and Harman Management Corp. have agreed to pay a $200,000 penalty for a variety of health and safety violations, including improperly installing ovens…

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