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- Your tax dollars at work: thousands of dollars in welfare money was found to be taken out of ATM machines at strip clubs, many of them local.
- Now that Trader Joe's is heading in the direction of selling sustainable seafood, Greenpeace's latest target is Costco.
- Anthem Blue Cross' latest proposed healthcare rate hike: not a 39% hike, but a 14%.
- July 1st marks the new fiscal year at Los Angeles City Hall. That means hundreds of layoffs.
- This could be a bummer: "A study finds Los Angeles County agencies are unprepared in the event of a disaster to provide emergency information to residents who don't speak English."
- L.A.'s top planner Gail Goldberg has resigned. Who will Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa appoint next?
- KNBC traffic reporter Paul Johnson has died. R.I.P.
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