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Pleasanton grocery store pleads guilty to price gouging during pandemic

Pleasanton grocery store pleads guilty to price gouging during pandemic

By | | Bay Area News GroupPLEASANTON — A Pleasanton grocery store accused of gouging prices up to 400% during the pandemic has pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges.The grocery store Apna Bazar, located on Pimlico Drive, and its owner Rajvinder Singh were charged with , after the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office was made aware of customers complaining about raised prices shortly after the emergency shelter-in-place order took effect in the county on March 17, 2020.The district attorney’s office and the California Department of Justice joined forces to charge the nine-count...

Apr 19
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COVID: Fremont parents rally demanding schools reopen

COVID: Fremont parents rally demanding schools reopen

By | | Bay Area News GroupFREMONT — Dozens of parents pushing for schools to reopen for in-person instruction took to the sidewalks of Fremont Monday afternoon, holding a rally to keep up pressure on school district officials and teachers union leadership.The rally comes just days after a lawyer representing a group of parents sent a letter to the district demanding schools reopen by April 26, or face a potential lawsuit.“It’s high time for schools to open for any students who want to come back,” Padma Gopalakrishnan, a parent of two kids in Fremont schools, said Monday at the rally.“Other...

Apr 19
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Most LAUSD students won’t have to take Smarter Balanced standardized tests

Most LAUSD students won’t have to take Smarter Balanced standardized tests

By | | For the second year in a row, most Los Angeles Unified students — with the exception of 11th graders — won’t be taking the Smarter Balanced standardized test that’s usually mandated by the state each spring.The decision reflects the district’s desire to maximize the remaining weeks of the school year on instructional time as students transition back to in-person learning, said Alison Yoshimoto-Towery, LAUSD’s chief academic officer.“Our focus right now is getting students back into school for in-person instruction,” she said Friday, April 16. “The healing and the recovery starts when...

Apr 16
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1 person critical in 3-vehicle West Hills crash

1 person critical in 3-vehicle West Hills crash

By | | One person was hospitalized in critical condition Thursday night after a three-vehicle crash at the corner of Fallbrook Avenue and Saticoy Street in West Hills that knocked a power pole out of place.Los Angeles Department of Water and Power personnel responded to the location to repair the power pole that was sheared out of place due to the collision, said Nicholas Prange of the Los Angeles Fire Department.Show Caption ofGet the latest news delivered daily!Most PopularClose

Apr 16
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3 hurt in East L.A. bar shooting

3 hurt in East L.A. bar shooting

By | | EAST LOS ANGELES — A man, possibly in his mid-30s, walked into a bar in East Los Angeles early Sunday, shot three men and fled the location on foot, authorities said.Two of the men suffered non-life threatening gunshot wounds and the third victim was listed in critical, but stable condition at an area hospital. Paramedics rushed all three men to area hospitals, according to a watch commander at the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s East Los Angeles station.The shooting at Rudy’s LA Bar, 5226 Pomona Blvd., occurred at about 1:20 a.m., he said.A motive for the shooting was not...

Apr 18
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Video: Clayton man who bought sugary alcoholic drinks, condoms to meeting with cop posing as teen gets 120 days in jail

Video: Clayton man who bought sugary alcoholic drinks, condoms to meeting with cop posing as teen gets 120 days in jail

By | | Bay Area News GroupMARTINEZ — A Clayton man who was busted by an undercover Canadian mountie posing as a teenage girl has been sentenced to 120 days in jail and four years probation, authorities announced Friday.Daniel Paul, 41, allegedly showed up to meet the purported teen at Hidden Lakes Park in Martinez last May, bringing with him condoms, an assortment of sugary alcoholic drinks and male enhancement pills that the FDA has warned against using. Instead of a teen girl, he was met by numerous law enforcement officers who arrested him in an incident caught on camera by a police...

Apr 18
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Be wary of the post-Capitol riot surveillance state push

Be wary of the post-Capitol riot surveillance state push

By | | In a development that could “embarrass the Biden administration,” as one news outlet stated, many of the people who participated in the protest/riot/insurrection at the Capitol on Jan. 6 “are likely to get little or no jail time.”Politico reported that this would be a “jarring reality check” for “Americans outraged by the storming of Capitol Hill.”Reality is embarrassing because the Biden administration and many Democratic lawmakers have “portrayed the Jan. 6 siege as a dire threat to democracy,” in Politico’s words.The federal law enforcement apparatus has been treating the...

Apr 11
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U.S. Space Force division to be headquartered near Los Angeles airport

U.S. Space Force division to be headquartered near Los Angeles airport

By | and | | Orange County RegisterHome to more than 25 aerospace companies, Southern California could enjoy a boost in the industry locally now that the U.S. Space Force plans to locate one of its three commands near the Los Angeles airport.U.S. Space Force officials announced on Thursday, April 8, that its Space Systems Command – tasked with developing and buying space technologies – will operate at the Los Angeles Air Force Base’s Space and Missile Systems Center in El Segundo. The command is set to officially be activated this summer.The new command will also provide strategic oversight...

Apr 8
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Pandemic pushing thousands into sex work in Mexico

Pandemic pushing thousands into sex work in Mexico

By | By Rebecca Blackwell | Associated PressMEXICO CITY — Hardships caused by the coronavirus pandemic have forced former sex workers in Mexico back into the trade years after they left, made it more dangerous and reduced some to having sex in cars or on sidewalks for lack of available hotels.Claudia, who like most of the sex workers interviewed asked to be identified only by her first name, had stopped working the streets a decade ago after she married one of her former clients. But when her husband lost his job early in the pandemic, the couple fell four months behind on rent for their...

Apr 9
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LAPD warns 4/20 revelers to not smoke and drive

LAPD warns 4/20 revelers to not smoke and drive

By | | Los Angeles Daily NewsPolice in Los Angeles are warning residents planning on smoking marijuana this week not to hit the road after they do.If caught, they’ll face stiff penalties, said Los Angeles Police Department Officer Jayson Siller. The penalties are the same as anyone caught driving under the influence of alcohol.In California, that means potentially up to six months in jail, fines starting at $1,400, up to $3,000, for a first offense, a misdemeanor. In addition to the fines, anyone guilty of a first DUI faces from one to three years of probation.DUI becomes a felony on a...

Apr 19
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