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After four nights and lawsuit, officials end curfews

LOS ANGELES — One day after being sued by the American Civil Liberties Union over the imposition of curfews, Los Angeles County officials announced there are no plans to enact another one. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, who also was named in the ACLU lawsuit, also said June 4 that curfews are ending. “Angelenos are Read More…

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D.A. Lacey says video of Floyd’s death made her angry

LOS ANGELES — District Attorney Jackie Lacey said was “angry” and “pissed off” when she saw the video capturing the death of a black man in Minneapolis at the hands of a white police officer, while emphasizing her support for peaceful protests and belief that looters are hurting the wrong people. Lacey, who addressed the Read More…

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Southeast communities avoid heavy looting

Area cities report few incidents of vandalism following black man’s death LOS ANGELES — While other parts of the region were harder hit by looting and violence as Southland residents reacted to the killing of a black man by a Minneapolis police officer May 25, only a small number of looting incidents and violence spilled Read More…