Pony trotting along 91 Freeway rescued after SUV clips it; CHP looking for hit-and-run driver

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Authorities are searching for a driver who struck a pony that was loose on the 91 Freeway in Long Beach on Sunday, leaving the small horse slightly injured. A 10-year-old boy had been riding the pony at a home just north of the freeway about 9:45 a.m. when ...
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Angels fire manager Brad Ausmus; Joe Maddon expresses immediate interest in job

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Maddon last worked for the Angels in 2005, but he still owns a home in Long Beach. The move would appear to put general manager Billy Eppler in an uncomfortable spot. Angels owner Arte Moreno declined to grant Eppler a contract extension, instead picking ...
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These candidates want to represent 2 million Angelenos. Who’s funding their campaigns?

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Much of the money he did raise internally came from Koreatown and downtown L.A. His top neighborhoods outside the district were Beverly Hills, Long Beach and Encino — and he received the largest donations on average, suggesting that a larger share of his ...
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California has a new law for contract workers. But many businesses aren’t ready for change

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Some 13,000 truckers regularly serve the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. Just a few hundred are classified as employees, despite a decade-long organizing campaign by the International Brotherhood of Teamsters. Most of the rest are considered “owner ...
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Can Los Angeles blend new housing with river restoration? This is the first big test

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In 2010, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency deemed the river navigable and subject to the protections of the Clean Water Act, from Chatsworth to Long Beach. In 2013, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recommended approval of an ambitious proposal to ...
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