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North Hills commercial building hit by blaze

NORTH HILLS – A fire burned Thursday night in a one-story commercial building in North Hills, but no one was injured.

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Reseda: Knife-wielding man who entered LAPD station zapped with stun gun

RESEDA – A knife-wielding man who entered the Los Angeles Police Department’s West Valley Station in Reseda this morning was zapped with a stun gun and shot with beanbag rounds after he refused commands to drop the weapon, authorities said. | » POLICE NEWS

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July 4th fireworks, events in Los Angeles area for 2013

Celebrate Independence Day with parades, patriotic concerts and fireworks shows. Here is a partial list of regional observances.

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University of North Dakota donates $25,000 to LAUSD aviation school

A University of North Dakota group is giving thousands of dollars to a top-flight LAUSD mechanics school that trains students at Van Nuys Airport for high-paying jobs in aviation.

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As Southern California heats up, Edison calls for energy conservation

Temperatures are expected to blow past the century mark in some Southland communities over the weekend, and Southern California Edison is asking customers to conserve energy.

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Family recalls San Marino man killed by Rockefeller imposter

LA CANADA FLINTRIDGE – As coyotes howled in the nearby foothills and wild parrots mightily squawked in the trees above, family members and friends of a San Marino couple who vanished in 1985 gathered Wednesday at Descanso Gardens to remember their loved ones.

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Orange County fire officials, volunteer want restitution for rescue of teens in Trabuco Canyon

SANTA ANA – Orange County Fire Authority officials want to recover the $55,000 the agency spent rescuing a 19-year-old and his 18-year-old friend who got lost hiking in Trabuco Canyon because they allegedly admitted taking hallucinogenic drugs before the escapade.

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L.A.’s DWP agrees to $10 million settlement over Owens Lake

LOS ANGELES – Los Angeles’ municipal water utility has agreed to pay $10 million, continue to control dust pollution at the mostly dry Owens Lake and preserve historic Native American artifacts as part of a settlement agreement reached with an Inyo County air quality control district, city officials announced today.

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Sheriff’s deputies shoot, kill 80-year-old Littlerock resident armed with semi-automatic handgun

LITTLEROCK – Sheriff’s deputies shot and killed a man today while serving a drug-related search warrant in the Littlerock area near Palmdale.

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Boating industry, hit hard during recession, starts to turn around in California, nation

Southland boaters are gearing up for the summer season, and in California that’s big business. With weekend temperatures expected to hit 100 degrees or higher in most inland regions, many boaters will be scrambling to escape the heat. | Photos: Hallett Boats in Irwindale | Teague Custom Marine in Valencia

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