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More Details Released On Sylmar Crash

Woman Dead in Sylmar Crash; Two Men Injured SYLMAR (CNS) – A 57-year-old woman died when she was struck by a driver who crossed over double yellow lines, hitting her head-on, authorities said today.    The crash, which sent two men to hospitals, was reported at 9:30 p.m. Sunday at 16637 W. Foothill Blvd., according […]

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Silver Alert Issued For Missing Santa Clarita Man, 74

   SANTA CLARITA (CNS) – The California Highway Patrol issued a Silver Alert today for a missing 74-year-old Santa Clarita man who suffers from an undisclosed medical condition and may become disoriented.    Romeo Silvano was last seen about 5:45 p.m. Saturday at his home in the 15000 block of Saul Court, according to the […]

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LAPD Seeks Possible Victims of Man Accused of Molestation in Mission Hills

MISSION HILLS (CNS) – Investigators today announced that they are seeking additional victims of a 44-year-old man who allegedly molested several victims in Mission Hills.    Los Angeles Police Department detectives conducted an investigation into Juan Ramon Sanchez after several victims made allegations that he molested them between June and December of 1994, according to […]

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Feds Recommend Pause in Johnson & Johnson Vaccine After Clot Reports

   LOS ANGELES (CNS) – Questions about the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19vaccine were raised this morning following reports that federal health agencieshave recommended an immediate pause in the use of the single-dose shot after sixU.S. recipients developed serious blood clots.   While Los Angeles and Orange counties, and the state, did notimmediately say what that could […]

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El Condado de Los Ángeles Califica para el Nivel Naranja, pero las Reglas no Cambiarán hasta el 5 de Abril

LOS ÁNGELES (CNS) – El condado de Los Ángeles calificó oficialmente para un avance al nivel naranja menos restrictivo del plan estatal de reapertura comercial COVID-19, pero esperará hasta el lunes 5 de abril antes de aliviar las restricciones económicas, y algunas reglas serán más estrictas de lo que permite el estado. La medida significará […]

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Múltiples Manifestaciones de “Alto al Odio Asiático” Localizado en el Área de Los Ángeles

LOS ÁNGELES (CNS) – El sábado 27 de marzo se llevó a cabo en Koreatown una marcha de solidaridad “Stop Asian Hate”, en respuesta al aumento de la violencia contra la comunidad asiático-americana de las islas del Pacífico. Un grupo juvenil de percusionistas condujo a cientos de manifestantes hacia el oeste en Olympic Boulevard desde […]