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South El Monte teacher arrested on suspicion of molesting students

Afifth-grade teacher in South El Monte has been arrested on suspicion of inappropriately touching students, and investigators are trying to determine whether there are other potential victims, authorities said. Joseph Baldenebro, 54, was arrested Wednesday and accused of multiple counts of molesting children and lewd or lascivious acts involving children, according to a Los Angeles County

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Motorcyclists arrested in beating of Lyft driver on Bay Area freeway

  San Francisco police have arrested three motorcyclists and are searching for a fourth in connection with a brutal attack on a Lyft driver on U.S. Highway 101 that was recorded by passing drivers. In a Facebook post announcing the arrests, the California Highway Patrol’s Golden Gate Division said, “This case involved a complete disregard for public safety

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Police search for man who sexually battered woman on UCLA campus

Police at UCLA are looking for a man who sexually battered a woman who had helped him find a faculty building on campus last month, authorities said. The incident took place May 31 between 11 and 11:35 a.m. on the sidewalk in front of the school’s faculty center, said UCLA police Lt. Scott Scheffler. The UCPD issued

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LARGE SINKHOLE SHUTS DOWN SANTA CLARITA ROAD

 SANTA CLARITA, CA Crews were busy on Bouquet Canyon Road in Santa Clarita Thursday fixing a large sinkhole that formed on the southbound side of the street after a 14-inch water main break. It happened shortly after noon near the Newhall Ranch intersection. Sheriff’s deputies said it started as a bump on the road. Water

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No charges against 2 LAPD officers in fatal downtown shooting of a woman in 2015

  Prosecutors announced Wednesday that no criminal charges will be filed against two Los Angeles police officers who shot and killed a woman in 2015 — marking a familiar coda in a controversial slaying that drew a rebuke from a civilian police oversight panel. The decision not to hold the officers criminally liable in the

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