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  • Firefighters took under an hour to tackle a small grass fire that burned in Elysian Park earlier today. This was the third small fire in three days in the area.
  • Police are searching for a suspect who may have caused a Valley Village house fire that left its occupant, a 34-year-old woman, dead.
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  • Angry Bell resident staged a march from a store owned by their Mayor to the Mayor's residence demanding his resignation in the wake of the salary scandal.
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