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Santa Monica Police issue warning for residents to lock doors and windows near standoff

Los Angeles Times (Jack Leonard, Kim Christensen) — Santa Monica residents near the 200 block of 19th Street have been warned by police to stay indoors and to keep their windows and doors locked as officers engage in an apparent standoff with someone in a nearby home. The city’s police department issued the warning on Twitter shortly after 7 p.m....
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Students walk out at downtown L.A. arts high school over rape allegations

Los Angeles Times (Howard Blume) — Students at Cortines School of Visual and Performing Arts walked out of classes Thursday to protest the school’s handling of one student’s charge that another student raped her on campus. Some students and parents are concerned that they were not told anything about the alleged incident. Some also...
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Essential Arts & Culture: The new Marciano museum, the Center Theatre Group at 50, LACMA's museum-rethink

Los Angeles Times (Carolina A. Miranda) — New museums! Big retirements! Schubert and Beethoven and some fellas from Jersey. I’m Carolina A. Miranda, staff writer for the Los Angeles Times, with the week’s tastiest culture stories: L.A.'s newest museum This week marked the splashy opening of the Marciano Art Foundation. The debut exhibition...
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El Dorado, with a lot of Kyle Luckham, knocks off No. 1 Huntington Beach in baseball playoffs

Los Angeles Times (Eric Sondheimer) — Unranked, underappreciated and under the radar, Placentia El Dorado High’s baseball team sure found a way to earn instant respect on Friday, knocking off No. 1-seeded Huntington Beach 4-1 in a Southern Section Division 1 quarterfinal playoff game. Huntington Beach (27-5), considered the No. 1 team...
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Angels lose closer Bud Norris before losing to the Marlins 8-5

Los Angeles Times (Pedro Moura) — The Angels lost, 8-5, to Miami on Friday night at Marlins Park, and might have lost one of their most effective pitchers, closer Bud Norris, in the process. Jesse Chavez, the Angels’ starter, struggled to keep the Marlins off the basepaths throughout his abbreviated outing. The Angels, too, produced...
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Angels pitcher JC Ramirez embraces the opportunity to shine for Nicaragua

Los Angeles Times (Pedro Moura) — At 2 p.m. Saturday in Nicaragua’s capital, the city will shut down and the televisions will turn on. Native son JC Ramirez will be pitching. The Angels right-hander’s stature has surged in recent weeks as he has transformed himself from a mediocre reliever into a tantalizing starting pitcher. Given...
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L.A. community newspaper editor sentenced in illegal firearms case

Los Angeles Times (Kim Christensen) — The editor of a Sunland-Tujunga community newspaper has been sentenced to 41 months in federal prison for illegally possessing firearms after advertising a “Guns for Haiti Quake Relief” drive, according to the U.S attorney’s office. David “Doc” DeMulle, 75, editor in chief of The Foothills Paper,...
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Woman sues Jelly Belly Candy claiming 'Sport Beans' were full of sugar

Los Angeles Times (Veronica Rocha) — A San Bernardino County woman has filed suit against the Jelly Belly Candy Co. claiming that she was duped into buying and eating sugar-filled jelly beans.
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Torossian concedes in L.A. City Council District 7 race

Los Angeles Times (Dakota Smith) — Los Angeles City Council aide Karo Torossian conceded Friday in the San Fernando Valley’s District 7 race and congratulated his one-time rival, Monica Rodriguez, after final results showed him losing the May 16 election. Certified numbers released by the city’s Election Division show Rodriguez,...
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