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A wrong-way crash on the 215 Freeway Sunday in Riverside trapped two people and left three people hurt
Six miles of streets from downtown Culver City to Venice will be closed Sunday for the 20th edition of CicLAvia, which gives participants the opportunity to walk, skate, bike and explore different neighborhoods along the route.
The 24th annual Cesar Chavez March for Justice is scheduled Sunday in the Northeast San Fernando Valley followed by a cultural festival at Ritchie Valens Park. A rally at the march starting point, Brand Park in Mission Hills, is set to begin at 9:30 a.m. The keynote speech will be given by Arturo Rodriguez, president of the United Farm Workers of America, the union co-founded by Chavez.
Gunfire erupted inside a crowded nightclub early Sunday, killing one person and wounding more than a dozen others. There was no indication the shooting at the Cameo club was terrorism related, police said. Assistant Police Chief Paul Neudigate said in a tweet that the motive was still unclear. Authorities also didn't immediately have any suspects in the 1:30 a.m. shooting on a busy weekend night. Neudigate tweeted that there was only one reported shooter but that police were investigating whether others were involved. Police had earlier said "at least a couple of shooters" were involved.
As the political drama over health care legislation in Washington fades, the rest of the country faces a more immediate concern: Getting insurance for next year. The Republican health plan designed to replace the Obama-era health law known as the Affordable Care Act would not have taken full effect for a few years anyway — and now it's dead. "We're going to be living with Obamacare for the foreseeable future," House Speaker Paul Ryan said Friday. That means millions of Americans will have to navigate a current federal health care system that, while not "imploding" as President Donald J. Trump has said, is at least in flux.
Thousands of people gathered in Huntington Beach Saturday for a "Make America Great Again" march and rally, and half a dozen people were arrested during the event, police said.