Aug. 4, 2019
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                  The University of California was hit with a class-action lawsuit alleging denial of due process, a month after a similar suit was filed against the Cal State system.
                  Police detained more than 600 in Moscow during the third protest in as many weeks demanding fair elections.
                  A new plan from Los Angeles County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas and Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg would build more homeless shelters, and then stop allowing people to camp on the streets. But there are a lot of skeptics.
                  The man who shot three people to death in Gilroy, Calif., killed himself, the coroner concluded, contradicting the police account that officers fatally shot the gunman.
                  Fans at the Rose Bowl see the U.S. women’s national soccer team kick off their World Cup victory tour with a 3-0 win over Ireland.
                  The amount of commercial time on cable TV keeps increasing as networks try to make up for shrinking audiences by stuffing more ads into every hour.
                  Southern California
                  L.A.'s first UNESCO World Heritage Site is expanding its indoor tour to include more rooms and a virtual tour that offers closeups of the architectural landmark
                  For people who inherited genes that increase their chance of becoming obese, six types of exercise are particularly effective at staving off weight gain.
                  The free morning rehearsals of the L.A. Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl are one of this city’s hidden gems. If you listen closely, you can hear Dudamel singing out the proper phrasing to his musicians.
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