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As many as 70 Shelton teachers and support staff will lose their jobs next month, as the Board of Education hopes to close a $700k budget gap.
Man Accused in Student Visa Fraud Ring: Investigators call it one of the most unusual visa fraud schemes they've seen. Authorities say a man posed as a foreign student and took tests on behalf of people who wanted to stay in the United States on student visas. OC Register
Hollywood Boulevard Reopens: Hollywood Boulevard reopened after some get-together Sunday at the Kodak Theater.
Not This Guy Again: Police are seeking a man who posed as a hotel worker and stole jewelry from a billionaire couple visiting Los Angeles for the Oscars. He might be the same guy who stole more than $45,000 from visiting sports teams last year. Full Story
She's Back: Zenyatta is preparing for her first race since she became the first female to win the Breeder's Cup Classic. Blood Horse
OC Wants Fed's Detainees: The sheriff has won approval to negotiate for the jail system with the feds to house immigration detainees. LA Times
Cemetery Memorializes Remains Found at Construction Site: The remains in 150 unmarked graves were found five years ago when LA County Metro crews vewgan work to widen First Street in Boyle Heights. Many of the remains were of Chinese immigrants. KPCC
He Tackled the Problem: That problem was a bank robber who was armed with two guns. The Press-Telegram has an interview with Richard Camp. Press-Telegram
Council Considers Ambulance Coverage: The plan under consideration Tuesday would take 10 of the least-used ambulances out of service for half of each day. KPCC