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L.A. Unemployment Rate Falls to 4.4 Percent in December Amid Modest Gain in Jobs
L.A. County’s unemployment rate fell to 4.4 percent in December, matching the record low hit last year, as the local economy continued to post modest job gains.
Sports Titans: Magic Johnson
This week we bring you additional coverage of two of the pillars of the one of the most-storied and valuable franchises in all of professional sports – the Los Angeles Lakers.Magic Johnson became a legend on the basketball court and now aims to bring a winning touch to the team as the president of basketball operations for the Lakers.
Regulation Plan Would ‘Gum Up Works’ at Ports
The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach grabbed headlines at the end of the summer when they announced an ambitious plan to cut their greenhouse gas emissions and move to zero-emission cargo-handling equipment over the next several decades.
L.A. Unemployment Rate Falls to 4.4 Percent in December Amid Modest Gain in Jobs
L.A. County’s unemployment rate fell to 4.4 percent in December, matching the record low hit last year, as the local economy continued to post modest job gains.
Senate schedules showdown vote for 10 p.m. EST on House GOP bill averting government shutdown
WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate schedules showdown vote for 10 p.m. EST on House GOP bill averting government shutdown.
Showers, cold air moving into San Diego County

Light showers and cold air were moving into San Diego County late Friday as the tail of a modest storm sank into Southern California.

The National Weather Service initially thought that the system would drop .10 inches of rain at the coast and about 0.30 inches across inland valleys and foothills.

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No deal to avert government shutdown after Trump-Schumer meeting

President Donald Trump and Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer met Friday afternoon in an eleventh-hour effort to avert a government shutdown, with a bitterly divided Washington locked in partisan stare-down over politically fraught legislation to protect about 700,000 younger immigrants from...

Spring Valley pot shop raided, closed

An illegal marijuana dispensary was shut down in Spring Valley Friday morning, the second one this month, a sheriff’s official said.

Deputies and code enforcement officials served an abatement warrant at Bancroft Mega Wellness dispensary on Bancroft Drive about 8 a.m., Sgt. Matt Cook said.

Marijuana,...

State education board denies Alpine's bid for a high school

The state Board of Education on Friday denied Alpine’s bid to add a high school to the rural town’s K-8 district.

The decision comes on the heels of Thursday’s appellate court decision upholding findings by a Superior Court judge that the Grossmont Union High School District does not have to build...

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