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ANAHEIM (CNS) — The mother of a man who went into cardiac arrest during his arrest by Anaheim police officers last year has filed a federal lawsuit against the city and the two officers involved for alleged civil rights violations and wrongful death, attorneys said today.

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WHITTIER (CNS) — A road-rage incident fol­lowed by a police pursuit Mon­day led to the death of an innocent driver whose vehicle was hit by an angry motorist in a fiery crash, Whittier po­lice said.

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Researchers have dis­cov­ered a group of rare owls thriving in a nature pre­serve near Los Angeles In­ter­national Airport, ac­cord­ing to a newspaper report Sunday.

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COLTON (AP) — A man who claimed to have a bomb at a Southern California shopping center was arrested after an hours-long standoff during which authorities finally convinced him to strip off his clothes and surrender.

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SAN FRANCISCO — The process behind Com­merce Secretary Wilbur Ross’ decision to ask about peop­le’s citizenship status on the 2020 U.S. census was “rotten to its core” and failed to consider that the ques­tion would cost Cal­if­or­nia a substantial amount of money and at least one Con­gress­…

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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Chaos broke out dur­ing a performance of the musical “Hamilton” at San Francisco’s Or­phe­um theater Friday night after audience mem­bers mistook a med­ic­al emergency for a shooting.

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — The new leader of the Los Angeles County sher­iff’s department on Fri­day further limited when in­mates in coun­ty jails can be trans­ferred to U.S. auth­or­it­ies for deportation.

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SAN FRANCISCO — Winter weath­er enveloping California’s moun­tains for a fourth straight day Fri­day kept skiers from hitting the slopes at the start of the Presidents’ Day holiday weekend, with snow so deep that plows could not tackle it and cities scrambled to find places to pile it.

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SACRAMENTO — Cal­if­ornia is likely to sue President Don­ald Trump over his emer­gen­cy declaration to fund a wall on the U.S.-Mex­ico border, the state at­torney general said Friday.

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SACRAMENTO — Cal­if­ornia Gov. Gavin Newsom is sparring with President Donald Trump over $3.5 bil­lion in federal money the state was awarded to build a high-speed rail line be­tween Los Angeles and San Francisco.

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SAN FRANCISCO — A U.S. judge who has berated Pacific Gas & Electric Co. for its role in California wildfires de­mand­ed Thursday that the utility answer more ques­tions about its ef­forts to clear trees and bran­ches that can fall on its power lines and start fires.

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LOS ANGELES (CNS) — A woman who led authorities on a high-speed chase through the San Fernando Valley and into Los Angeles was in custody this morning after being arrested in the parking garage of an apartment building in the Griffith Park area.

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NAPA, Calif. (AP) — A fatally shot young mountain lion in Northern California that was part of a research project has set off angry criticism and left a family defending its actions.

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WEST HOLLYWOOD (CNS) — As many as three people sustained minor injuries today in a shooting during a robbery or robbery attempt in West Hollywood that was reported to have involved recording artist Rich the Kid.

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With more snow still falling, the Sierra Nevada Mountains snowpack that provides as much as 30% of the state’s water supplies when it melts is showing promise for the year ahead.

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SACRAMENTO — California Gov. Gavin Newsom said Monday he’s withdrawing most of the state’s National Guard troops on the Mexico border because he won’t participate in the Trump administration’s “absurd theatrics” on border security.

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SANTA BARBARA — A judge has refused to approve an agreement be­tween coastal officials and the owners of a stretch of Southern California coast­line that would allow very limited access to beaches.

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GARDENA — Authorities say a worker per­forming maintenance on a metal-cutting mach­ine has died after the machine was switched in with him inside.

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LOS ANGELES (CNS) — A federal appeals court panel Monday rejected former Los Angeles County Sheriff Leroy Baca’s appeal of his conviction on charges of obstruction of justice and lying to the FBI.

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SAN FRANCISCO — Planned Parenthood has made an unusual legal demand to join California’s criminal prosecution of two anti-abortion activists charged with invasion of privacy for secretly making videos as they tried to buy fetal material from the organization.

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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — San Francisco fire­fighters are turning to so­cial media to ask for sup­port after they were asked to evict their pet cat from their firehouse.

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LAKE VIEW TER­RACE — Divers re­portedly recovered the body of a man who led San Fernando police on a pur­suit and then jumped into a lake at Hansen Dam on Sunday.

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SACRAMENTO — California Gov. Gavin Newsom plans Monday to withdraw several hundred Na­tion­al Guard troops from the state’s south­ern border with Mex­ico in de­fi­ance of the Trump ad­min­is­tra­tion’s request for support from border states.

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FULLERTON — Wit­ness­es and emergency re­spond­ers lifted a pickup truck off people trapped when a dri­ver plowed into a crowd on a side­walk early Sunday, injuring at least nine, authorities said.

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TRUCKEE, Calif. — The latest in a series of storms dusted Northern California beaches with snow and caused whiteout conditions on mountain roads, closing a major highway.

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TORRANCE (CNS) — Power was restored to al­most all Southern Cal­if­ornia Edison cus­tom­ers left in the dark after a vehicle crashed into a utility pole Saturday, authorities said.

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WEST HOLLYWOOD (CNS) — A 36-year-old man sleeping in a vehicle in the parking lot of a business has been arrested for al­leg­edly impersonating a police officer.

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SAN DIEGO — The Trump administration on Friday waived en­vi­ron­men­tal reviews to re­place a 14-mile stretch of bor­der barrier in San Diego, shielding itself from po­tentially crippling delays.

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MARTINEZ, Calif. — A judge on Friday ruled that a new state law requires Northern California police departments to release records on officer shootings and misconduct that may date back years.

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LOS ANGELES — More than 120 visitors and staff who were snowbound in a Sierra Nevada resort for five days have been freed, authorities said Friday.

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LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has ordered police officers to scale back vehicle stops after a newspaper reported that a special unit is pulling over a disproportionate number of black motorists.

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SAN FRANCISCO — Pacific Gas & Electric Corp. is promising to spend more than $2 billion this year to improve wildfire prevention after its equipment was blamed for caus­ing more than 1,500 Northern Cal­if­or­nia wildfires since 2014.

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LOS ANGELES — Am­az­on CEO Jeff Bezos said Thurs­day he was the target of “extortion and black­mail” by the publisher of the National Enquirer, which he said threatened to pub­lish revealing personal photos of him unless he stopped investigating how the tabloid obtained his private exchanges…

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GARDEN GROVE, Calif. (AP) — Authorities say a Buddhist temple in Southern California has been destroyed after a front porch altar with candles accidentally set the building ablaze.

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — A Southern California man has been convicted of killing a woman who witnessed a shooting and whose children were later kidnapped and abandoned at a New Mexico motel.

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LOS ANGELES (CNS) — A man who worked for the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services pleaded no contest today to possessing and distributing child pornography online through his personal computer.