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Hours-long car chase forces brief closure of 405 Freeway

Los Angeles Times (Matt Stevens) — A male driver led authorities on an hours-long car chase across Los Angeles County freeways and streets Monday afternoon, sideswiping at least one vehicle before coming to a stop on the southbound...
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Chicago to release police videos and reports from 100 incidents in a bid to gain public trust

Los Angeles Times (Jeremy Gorner) — City officials plan to release videos, reports and other materials this week from about 100 police incidents, including officer-involved shootings, as part of an effort to improve public trust in...
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Obama, marking Memorial Day, calls on Americans to remember 'those from whom we asked everything'

Los Angeles Times (Associated Pressr) — President Obama challenged Americans on Memorial Day to fill the silence from those who died serving their country "not just with words but with our actions." Obama laid a wreath Monday at the...
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Prince's death casts spotlight on anti-opioid addiction drug

Los Angeles Times (Geoffrey Mohan) — It was an intervention that never happened, and it featured two stars: Prince, an adored music icon, and buprenorphine, an obscure drug hailed as a revolutionary tool to fight opioid addiction.  ...
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Lots of SoCal products in NCAA baseball playoffs

Los Angeles Times (Eric Sondheimer) — The NCAA baseball playoffs begin this week, and lots of Southern California products should be in the spotlight. Former Sherman Oaks Notre Dame standout JJ Muno is batting .282 with 16 stolen...
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Check out Mars tonight: It's closer to Earth than it has been in 11 years

Los Angeles Times (Deborah Netburn) — As you wind down from your Memorial Day festivities tonight, take a minute to find Mars glowing yellow and bright in the eastern sky. On the evening of May 30,  the Red Planet will come closer to...
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Sexist, maybe? Extra wide, pink parking spots for women in China

Los Angeles Times (Yingzhi Yang and Jonathan Kaiman) — The Chinese Internet was awash in debate over sexism Monday, spurred on by an unlikely subject: parking lots. On Saturday night, the Qianjiang Evening News, a state-run newspaper, reported that...
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Disney vows to fight after its characters are spotted at rival Chinese theme park

Los Angeles Times (Hugo Martin) — The chairman of China’s biggest conglomerate recently predicted that a new $5.5-billion Disney theme park opening in Shanghai next month would fail, citing a lack of innovation with intellectual...
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Three Southland teams are in, but West is without a college baseball regional

Los Angeles Times (Zach Helfand) — Call it manifest destiny, but in reverse. For teams seeking a trip to Omaha for the College World Series this season, the NCAA selection committee offered a direction on Monday: go east, young...
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'X-Men' and 'Alice' lead a tepid Memorial Day weekend box office

Los Angeles Times (Glenn Whipp) — “X-Men: Apocalypse” disappointed and “Alice Through the Looking Glass” tanked over the Memorial Day weekend, resulting in a tepid box office that, to paraphrase “Alice” author Lewis Carroll, was...
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Sharks, Penguins get ready for Game 1 of Stanley Cup Final

Los Angeles Times (Helene Elliott) — Greetings from Pittsburgh, where the Stanley Cup Final will begin Monday night when the Penguins play host to the Sharks at Consol Energy Center. Unfortunately for sports fans — especially those...
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Graffiti vandalism to veterans memorial is extensive and will take time to repair, officials say

Los Angeles Times (Marisa Gerber and Shelby Grad) — Officials said that the damage from a graffiti attack on a veteran’s memorial in Venice was so extensive that it will take some time to restore the monument. Volunteers began trying to remove...
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Dudamel leads a dark and satisfying dose of Mozart and Pärt

Los Angeles Times (Richard S. Ginnell) — Each of the programs in Gustavo Dudamel’s Mozart & Pärt mini-festival at Walt Disney Concert Hall had a title designed to give listeners a fair idea of what to expect. The first program was...
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'She's alive, and I know it,' sister of kidnapped Pearl Pinson says as search ends

Los Angeles Times (Veronica Rocha and Shelby Grad) — Family and friends of missing teen Pearl Pinson held a prayer vigil, saying they still believe she is alive even after authorities suspended a search for her. The vigil in Vallejo came a day...
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China box office: 'Alice' wins weekend, despite flopping in U.S.

Los Angeles Times (Julie Makinen) — Disney’s “Alice Through the Looking Glass” managed to take in $27 million in its first three days in Chinese cinemas, nearly out-earning its lackluster stateside performance. The Johnny Depp...
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Man sought by FBI in killing of pregnant girlfriend is caught at Mexican border

Los Angeles Times (Veronica Rocha) — A man on the FBI’s most-wanted list for allegedly killing his pregnant girlfriend during a card game earlier this year was arrested Sunday at the Mexican border, the FBI said. Philip Patrick...
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Former Kings, Ducks playing big roles in Stanley Cup Final

Los Angeles Times (Helene Elliott) — The Kings and the Ducks exited the playoffs in the first round this spring, but several of their recent alumni have played key roles in getting the Pittsburgh Penguins and the San Jose Sharks to...
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Try this grilled poundcake dessert for Memorial Day

Los Angeles Times (Noelle Carter) — Sure, you’ve probably figured out what meat you’re going to throw on the grill — maybe steak, maybe some chicken or tri-tip — and perhaps you’ve even thought of a vegetable dish or two to cook...
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What to know about the real estate market in Beverly Hills

Los Angeles Times (Emily Starbuck Crone) — Beverly Hills is one of the most coveted addresses in the nation, with arguably the most famous ZIP code. But with the typical residence in the 90210 (or the rest of the city) costing millions of...
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Dodgers Dugout: Chase Utley and Kirk Gibson, separated at birth?

Los Angeles Times (Houston Mitchell) — Hi, and welcome to another edition of Dodgers Dugout. My name is Houston Mitchell. Remind me never to irritate Chase Utley. The game is in the Chase Before the season started, I said the Dodgers...
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