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Widow of man killed in truck run-over sues Marion ‘Suge’ Knight

Widow of man killed in truck run-over sues Marion ‘Suge’ Knight

Widow of the man who was killed in an accident when a pickup truck driven by Marion 'Suge' Knight ran over him has sued the truck driver for wrongful death of her husband.

On Wednesday, the lawsuit was filed against the former rapper and important peoples associated with the upcoming film 'Straight Outta Compton'. Lilian Carter is the widow of Terry Carter who filed the wrongful death lawsuit Los Angeles against Knight, Universal Studios Inc., and rappers Ice Cube and Dr. Dre.

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Los Angeles workers to enjoy wage hike

Los Angeles workers to enjoy wage hike

The Los Angeles City Council recently voted in favor a proposal to hike minimum wage to $15 per hour over the next five years. The decision is expected to benefit as many as 800,000 workers in the city.

The Los Angeles' workforce would soon have a reason to rejoice as the Los Angeles' City Council has voted in favor, to increase Los Angeles' minimum wage to $15 an hour, over the next five years, benefitting an estimated 800,000 workers in the city.

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Jennifer Lopez reveals about Her Los Angeles Residency

Jennifer Lopez reveals about Her Los Angeles Residency

On Tuesday in Los Angeles, the 'The Boy Next Door' star Jennifer Lopez posed for photos during final season of American television show American Idol. During the show, the actress announced that she has headed to Los Angeles. The 45-year-old actress said she has planned to start Las Vegas residency at Planet Hollywood in next year's January.

The revelation by the actress has showed that early rumors about her Las Vegas residency were true.

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California Bullet Train fare could be $86 for journey between LA and San Francisco

California Bullet Train fare could be $86 for journey between LA and San Francisco

A new report published in the Los Angeles Times has suggested that the bullet train fare between Los Angeles to San Francisco could be $86. The suggested fare comes at 20 cents per mile, which could be the lowest fare for bullet train across the world. According to high speed rail agency, the bullet train would be fully operational by 2028.

The project required support from the taxpayers and might need yearly subsidy to cover its costs of operations. The ridership estimates have varied widely in almost all the recently issued reports.

Intruder declares her love for Chris Brown

Intruder declares her love for Chris Brown

A young woman broke into Chris Brown's home in Los Angeles and expressed her love for the singer by writing "I love you" on the walls. Law enforcement agents identified the woman as 21-year-old Amira Ayeb. A woman expressed her love for Chris Brown as she broke into his Los Angeles home and declared her love for the singer by writing "I love you" on his walls.

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Another Man Falls Prey to Accidental Police Shooting

Another Man Falls Prey to Accidental Police Shooting

Tonight, the Los Angeles police department (LAPD) will hold a town hall meeting to discuss the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man by a police officer two days ago. The fatal incident, recorded on security camera has captured the killing of an unarmed homeless man in a struggle near the beach.

29 years old victim, Brendon Glenn, was shot outside a Venice bar.

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Los Angeles files Lawsuit against Wells Fargo over Unfair Practices

Los Angeles files Lawsuit against Wells Fargo over Unfair Practices

Wells Fargo Bank employees opened unauthorized accounts of their customers, sticking them with bogus fees and damaging their credit, according to a city of Los Angeles lawsuit that echoed a Times investigation.

The Los Angeles Times reported that the suit was filed on Monday under unfair-business-practices law. The law permits attorneys representing large California cities to seek redress for customers throughout the state.

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar recovering at home after brief hospital visit

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar recovering at home after brief hospital visit

On Wednesday, former Lakers and UCLA center Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was temporarily hospitalized again, after undergoing a quadruple coronary-bypass surgery just a couple of weeks ago.

According to the hospital, Abdul-Jabbar, 68, contacted his doctors on Wednesday morning, and complained of experiencing dizziness. Doctors advised him to go to the emergency department at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.

Abdul-Jabbar's business manager said that it was just a precaution and the NBA's career scoring leader is doing fine.

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AT&T customer in LA area was sent a $24,000 monthly phone bill

AT&T customer in LA area was sent a $24,000 monthly phone bill

The Los Angeles Times has revealed in a recent report that an AT&T customer in the LA area has been slapped with a $24,000 monthly phone bill. The staggering charges which the customer was asked to pay up are linked to his AOL account.

The AT&T customer who is dealing with the disturbing phone bill is 83-year-old Ron Dorff from Woodland Hills, California. The bill was for a landline number in Dorff's house. The number was being used by Dorff to access the Internet through an AOL dial-up subscription.

Los Angeles City Attorney Files Lawsuit against Hawaiian Gardens Hospital

Los Angeles City Attorney Files Lawsuit against Hawaiian Gardens Hospital

A 38-year-old woman, who suffered from schizophrenia, asthma, diabetes and other illnesses, was found behind a dumpster last September.

Officials said that the woman was wearing a paper hospital top and bottoms when she was first found. They told that ants and other insects were climbing on her. She was disoriented and was sitting in her own waste, they added.

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