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L.A. Women’s March: Celebrities Swarm to Support the Movement

January 21, 2018 |

Olivia Munn, Eva Longoria, Scarlett Johansson and Ilana Glazer were just some of the stars who showed up for the Women’s March in L.A. Saturday to support the movement. TMZ got several celebs coming and going … who told us their reasons for…

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NBA’s Dejounte Murray and IG Model GF Go on L.A. Date Night

January 11, 2018 |

How great is it to be NBA player Dejounte Murray?? Let this clip of the Spurs baller and his insanely gorgeous GF hittin’ up an L.A. hot spot do the talking. The 21-year-old and Insta model Jilly Anais went on a hot date Wednesday night at Mastro’s…

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Three port truck companies exploited drivers, L.A. city attorney says in lawsuits

January 8, 2018 |

Los Angeles City Atty. Mike Feuer sued three port trucking companies Monday, alleging the firms exploit their drivers by misclassifying them as independent contractors in order to boost profits.

In lawsuits filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court, Feuer alleged CMI Transportation, K&R Transportation…


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Longtime L.A. Times contributor Donie Vanitzian remembered as champion of homeowner rights

January 6, 2018 |

For more than 16 years in her Sunday Los Angeles Times column, Donie Vanitzian helped frazzled homeowners navigate the minefield that can be living within a homeowners association.

The columns often focused on alleged wrongdoing by board members, management companies and other people in positions…


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Harvey Weinstein in Arizona Despite Rumors He’s Back in L.A. for ‘Golden Globes’

January 5, 2018 |

Harvey Weinstein’s not hanging out in L.A. preparing to crash a ‘Golden Globes’ party this weekend … because he’s still hundreds of miles away. Rumors started circulating online Thursday the notorious producer had made his way back to Hollywood…

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Despite helping hand from L.A., drug offenders would face obstacles in cannabis industry

January 4, 2018 |

As California’s legal cannabis industry heats up, officials in Los Angeles and other cities say they want to make sure early players in the pot business who were selling it when it was still illegal aren’t pushed out of the market.

In Los Angeles and Oakland, city cannabis rules provide for so-called…


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Snapchat & CEO Evan Spiegel Drop $4 Million to Rent L.A. Live for NYE Bash

December 31, 2017 |

Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel pulled the ultimate billionaire move — shutting down an iconic portion of L.A. to throw his employees the most baller New Year’s Eve company party at L.A. Live. According to docs obtained by TMZ … Snapchat and its…

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Looking for legal weed around L.A.? WeHo is your only option — and you’ll have to wait until Jan. 2

December 30, 2017 |

Recreational marijuana sales will be legal in California come Monday morning, but Angelenos will have to wait a day — and will have limited options — if they want to buy cannabis without taking a road trip.

As of Friday afternoon, only two shops in the Greater Los Angeles area had been granted…


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SEC says L.A. developer who bought celebrity real estate ran $1 billion Ponzi scheme

December 23, 2017 |

When small-time investors entrusted their money to Sherman Oaks firm Woodbridge, they were told the funds would be used to make profitable high-interest real-estate loans.

But the Securities and Exchange Commission said that’s not what happened to the vast majority of the $ 1.22 billion invested…


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Chipotle reports sick workers at L.A. restaurant; Public Health Department is investigating

December 22, 2017 |

Public health workers are looking into a Chipotle Mexican Grill restaurant in Los Angeles after the company reported that employees there were sick.

The company said employees experienced nausea, vomiting and diarrhea at the restaurant at 4550 W. Pico Blvd., according to the Los Angeles County…


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