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Off-duty LAPD officer fired fatal shot in California Costco shooting

By Brie Stimson

New details in a deadly shooting at a Costco store in Southern California on Friday night reveal an off-duty Los Angeles Police Department officer opened fire when a man assaulted him while he was holding his child, authorities said. 

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Newly elected California lawmaker sparks criticism for appearing to invite only Christians to town hall

By Louis Casiano

A recently elected California lawmaker is the subject of criticism for appearing to only invite Christians to a town hall meeting, just days after being sworn into office. 

Newly elected California lawmaker sparks criticism for appearing to invite only Christians to town hall

By Louis Casiano

A recently elected California lawmaker is the subject of criticism for appearing to only invite Christians to a town hall meeting, just days after being sworn into office. 

California farmers furious over delayed payments for land seized in high-speed rail push

By Andrew O'Reilly

Farmers up and down California’s Central Valley are up in arms over the state seizing their land to build its long-awaited high-speed railway and then failing to pay the hundreds of thousands of dollars owed them for years.

California farmers furious over delayed payments for land seized in high-speed rail push

By Andrew O'Reilly

Farmers up and down California’s Central Valley are up in arms over the state seizing their land to build its long-awaited high-speed railway and then failing to pay the hundreds of thousands of dollars owed them for years.

Border War: Los Angeles officials clash with burbs over homeless 'dumping'

By Andrew O'Reilly

Los Angeles city councilmembers claim that L.A.’s neighbors are not just shirking their responsibility in tackling the region’s homeless crisis, but are actively pushing the homeless into L.A.’s city limits.

Border War: Los Angeles officials clash with burbs over homeless 'dumping'

By Andrew O'Reilly

Los Angeles city councilmembers claim that L.A.’s neighbors are not just shirking their responsibility in tackling the region’s homeless crisis, but are actively pushing the homeless into L.A.’s city limits.

Driver charged in DUI crash into home that killed mom, 2 daughters

By Danielle Wallace

A mother and her two young daughters died from their injuries after police say a suspected drunk driver slammed into their home in northern California early Sunday at more than 50 miles per hour.

Illegal immigrant charged in 3 DUI deaths now also facing weapons counts, authorities say

By Dom Calicchio

An illegal immigrant from Mexico, charged with being drunk and crashing his vehicle into a mobile home in California last month, killing a couple and their 10-year-old son, now also faces federal weapons charges, authorities said.

California OKs $214.8B budget, including health insurance for illegal immigrants, money for homelessness

By Frank Miles

California lawmakers on Thursday approved a $214.8 billion state budget that would spend more on health care and education, bolster the state’s top firefighting agency following devastating wildfire seasons, and boost state reserves.

California OKs $214.8B budget, including health insurance for illegal immigrants, money for homelessness

By Frank Miles

California lawmakers on Thursday approved a $214.8 billion state budget that would spend more on health care and education, bolster the state’s top firefighting agency following devastating wildfire seasons, and boost state reserves.

Duncan Hunter's wife pleads guilty to corruption charge; faces up to 5 years in prison

By Andrew O'Reilly

The wife of Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., faces up to five years in prison after pleading guilty on Thursday in federal court to one count of corruption in a case that has cast a shadow over the congressman’s career.

Duncan Hunter's wife pleads guilty to corruption charge; faces up to 5 years in prison

By Andrew O'Reilly

The wife of Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., faces up to five years in prison after pleading guilty on Thursday in federal court to one count of corruption in a case that has cast a shadow over the congressman’s career.

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