Dow futures rise more than 150 points ahead of first trading day of March

by admin | on Mar 1

A woman walks past the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) at Wall Street on January 12, 2021 in New York

Veteran Deputy Files Lawsuit Over Alleged Arrest Quota, Claims Retaliation by ‘Executioners’ Deputy Clique – NBC Los Angeles

by admin | on Feb 28

A veteran sheriff's deputy is suing Los Angeles County, alleging he was subjected to retaliation by members of a deputy

LA County Preps For Monday Expansion Of COVID Vaccine Effort, Urges Patience – NBC Los Angeles

by admin | on Feb 28

Los Angeles County's COVID-19 vaccination effort will expand vastly Monday when doses are offered to essential workers, but health officials

Gov. Phil Murphy Unveils N.J. Budget Plan With No New Taxes

by admin | on Feb 28

It has been five months since New Jersey officials warned of a coronavirus-related financial calamity. The dire outlook contributed to

Vanessa Bryant Wants to Publicly Identify Deputies Who Took, Shared Photos of Kobe Bryant, Crash Victims – NBC Los Angeles

by admin | on Feb 28

Vanessa Bryant, the widow of Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant, publicly called for the LA County Sheriff's Department to

Biden? Newsom? Vaccine? California consumer confidence soars – Daily News

by admin | on Feb 28

California consumer confidence took a stunning, record-breaking surge in February as a new president took office, the state economy further

Victims Rights Advocates to Launch Recall Effort Against LA County DA George Gascon – NBC Los Angeles

by admin | on Feb 28

Crime victims and law enforcement officials will launch an effort to recall Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascon Saturday

Fred Segal, LA Celebrity Fashion Retailer, Dead at 87 – NBC Los Angeles

by admin | on Feb 28

Fred Segal, a notable Los Angeles-based celebrity fashion retailer, died Thursday. He was 87. Segal died from the complications of

Covid relief bill may trigger cuts to Medicare, student loan programs

by admin | on Feb 28

Bill Clark | CQ-Roll Call, Inc. | Getty ImagesA Covid relief bill backed by Democrats could trigger billions of dollars

Private Schools in LA Reportedly Sought Vaccines Amid Shortage – NBC Los Angeles

by admin | on Feb 28

Three private schools in Los Angeles County sought COVID-19 vaccinations for teachers and other staff members while supplies were limited,

They Were on Equal Footing. Then the Ground Shifted.

by admin | on Feb 27

“You just got to scrape along and gut it out,” he said. “We’re really struggling to get by.”But in Ms.

LA Police Probe Fire, Vandalism at Japanese Buddhist Temple – NBC Los Angeles

by admin | on Feb 27

Authorities are investigating a vandalism and fire at a Buddhist temple in the Little Tokyo section of downtown Los Angeles.

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