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Restaurant server sued during his own lawsuit

A restaurant server who alleges he is owed $8.6 million for helping to set up Manny Pacquiao's fight with Floyd Mayweather Jr. is himself the target of a proposed lawsuit by a businessman who says he deserves half of any money the plaintiff may get if he wins his case.

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LAPD takes gun-toting suspects into custody

Men traveled from Inglewood to Panorama City to protest

Los Angeles police on Tuesday detained two men in Lake View Terrace who, authorities said, were walking around in the Inglewood area carrying rifles in the early morning hours.

Willowbrook Killing

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - Authorities today identified a man who was shot and killed while celebrating his birthday in unincorporated Willowbrook.

Westmont Homicide

The killer of a man shot in front of his 12-year-old son in the unincorporated Westmont area near South Los Angeles remained at large today.

‘Cowboy Gun Bandits’ convicted in robbery spree

Two Los Angeles men were convicted this week of carrying out a string of mostly small-scale robberies attributed to the “Cowboy Gun Bandits”— so named because of a distinctive long-barreled Colt six-shooter used in the heists.

Animal shelter at fair grounds helps amid Sand Fire

While the Sand Fire has forced thousands of residents from their homes, hundreds of animals and pets were being held in a variety of shelters today while fire crews continued battling the blaze.

Man arrested for attempting to aid terrorists

A 22-year-old Orange County man was sentenced today to 15 years in federal prison for attempting to help Islamic State terrorists in Syria.

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Santa Clarita fire continues to force evacuations

About 3,000 firefighting personnel were working today to extinguish the Sand Fire, which has consumed more than 33,000 acres, destroyed at least 18 homes, forced thousands of residents to evacuate and possibly claimed a life.

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Judge rejects Baca plea deal

A federal judge this week rejected a proposed plea deal between former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca and prosecutors that called for the retired lawman to serve anywhere from zero to six months in prison for lying to investigators.

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Teenage pilot returns home

A teenage Compton pilot arrived home in Southern California this week, capping a flight around the nation in preparation for what he hopes will be a record-setting around-the-world trip.

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