News: Unborn baby dies, pregnant woman critical after South L.A. shooting

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Thursday, February 23, 2017

Unborn baby dies, pregnant woman critical after South L.A. shooting

LOS ANGELES – An unborn baby is dead, and that baby’s mother remains in critical condition today after a shooting in South Los Angeles, according to reports from the scene.

The shooting occurred at 1:40 a.m. at 1307 W. 77th St., said the watch commander at the Los Angeles Police Department’s 77th Street Station.

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LA County’s manufacturing jobs have been replaced by lower paying work

L.A. County’s manufacturing sector has suffered massive job losses over the last decade, but a new report points to worse news – those positions have been replaced by jobs that pay less than half as much.

That’s the sweep of a new report released Wednesday by the

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LA leader calls for ‘smart’ system after LAPD front desk phones go down

Good luck in calling your local Los Angeles Police Department San Fernando Valley station.

There’s a chance you’ll encounter nonemergency front desk telephone lines that aren’t working.

Calls placed to the Devonshire and Van Nuys stations at noon Wednesday were greeted by a recorded message from L.

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Video surfaces of off-duty LAPD officer firing gun during altercation with juveniles

ANAHEIM >> YouTube videos surfaced Wednesday that purport to show a Tuesday altercation in Anaheim with several juveniles and an off-duty Los Angeles police officer who discharged a firearm during the scuffle.

The Anaheim Police Department in a Facebook post said that it is aware of numerous videos concerning the officer-involved shooting that occurred around 2:45 p.

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Protesters gather in Anaheim over LAPD officer firing gun during confrontation with teens

By Joshua Sudock and Chris Haire

Southern California News Group

ANAHEIM >> Chaos erupted Wednesday night after what started as a peaceful assembly on the street where a shooting happened the day before – involving an off-duty LAPD officer – devolved into a protest involving as many as 300 people.

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Immigrants seeking legal US status: Beware of notarios

Fears over the President Donald Trump’s stance on immigration has sent many undocumented immigrants in search of services to help them legalize their U.S. status.

But many are falling prey to unscrupulous “notarios" or “immigration consultants" who lack the legal expertise to help clients. Using false advertising and fraudulent contracts, they present themselves as being qualified and often ask for hefty up-front fees that can sometimes range as high as $10,000 or more.

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LAPD hosts multi-faith forum to build trust in ‘challenging times’

VALLEY VILLAGE >> Muslim-American Soraya Deen vividly remembers the moment she was spurred toward social activism nearly a decade ago.

The Sri Lankan immigrant was picking up her 7-year-old son from a Woodland Hills school on Sept. 11, 2007, when he asked amid tears: “Mommy, are we terrorists?"

It was a life-changing moment.

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$50,000 reward offered for Sylmar teen missing since massive storm

LOS ANGELES >> The Los Angeles City Council unanimously approved a $50,000 reward Wednesday for information that helps authorities find a 14-year-old Sylmar boy who went missing in San Fernando during Friday’s fierce rainstorm.

Elias Rodriguez was last seen about 1 p.m. Friday in the 1000 block of Arroyo Street, leaving his school, the Cesar Chavez Learning Academy, the Los Angeles Police Department reported.

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