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Top Prosecutor Believes There Are More Victims of Church Child Sex Abuse
California's top prosecutor says he believes there are more victims of child sex abuse than those listed in charges against the leader of Mexico-based megachurch La Luz del Mundo and several followers. On Friday, a legal team for the church leader fired back.
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LA Mayor Blames Businesses, Not Homeless, For Rat-Infested Trash on Streets
After facing questions about LA's out-of-control garbage and rodent problem, LA Mayor Eric Garcetti unveiled steps to clean up trash-filled streets. He also put the blame for piles of waste left on city streets, on unnamed businesses that he says dump trash to avoid disposal fees.
Three Teams Will Compete for the Job of Renovating LA's Famed La Brea Tar Pits
Three architect-led teams will compete for the job of leading master planning for renovation of Los Angeles' famed La Brea Tar Pits. Officials of the Natural History Museums of Los Angeles County announced the beginning of the long-term initiative.