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LAPD will not Actively Help ICE Arrest Illegal Immigrants

LOS ANGELES (CNS) — The Los Angeles Police Department will not actively help federal officials apprehend immigrants who are in the country illegally and are “low-level offenders,” even in the face of President-elect Donald Trump’s plans to deport up to 3 million immigrants who have committed crimes, Police Chief Charlie Beck said Tuesday, Nov. 15. […]

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Trump Protestors Rally Outside L.A. City Hall

LOS ANGELES (CNS) — More than 300 teenagers and young adults rallied outside Los Angeles City Hall today to protest the presidential election win of Donald Trump. Some protesters chanted “Not my president,” and at least one had a sign that stated: “Trump Equals Death.” Other signs read “Epic Fail,” “Rapist President” and “Artists Against […]

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Police Commission Rules LAPD Officers Acted Improperly in Shooting of Van Nuys Man

LOS ANGELES (CNS) — The Los Angeles Police Commission has decided that three officers acted improperly last year in killing two people in separate shooting cases. The commission decided on Tuesday, Sept. 20, that officers Zackary Goldstein and Andrew Hacoupian violated department policy on the use of deadly force when they fired shots at 46-year-old […]

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Fuentes Explains Early Resignation from LA City Council

LOS ANGELES (CNS) — City Councilmember Felipe Fuentes, whose resignation will become effective in September nearly 10 months before his term ends, said he is confident his district will be well cared-for after his departure, noting that his new job as a lobbyist will feed his interest in the “wonky” side of politics. Fuentes will […]

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Garcetti’s Proposed Budget Includes Millions to Assist Homeless

LOS ANGELES (CNS) — Mayor Eric Garcetti unveiled a proposed $8.76 billion spending plan for the 2016-2017 fiscal year, setting aside about $138 million to address homelessness. The plan, released on Wednesday, April 20, is 2 percent or $175 million bigger than the current year’s budget, with about $5.6 billion coming from the general fund. […]