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Articles from the August 19, 2021 edition

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County Issues Veterinary Health Alert for an Outbreak of Canine Leptospirosis, a Bacterial Infection

The Director of Veterinary Public Health for Los Angeles County issued an animal health alert to veterinarians in the area, informing them that they have noted a large increase in reported confirmed...


July Deadliest Month in a Decade in LA; Generic Drugs Hit Potential Legal Block; Killer of BofA Exec Faces only 5 Years if Convicted and Other Stories: Monday Morning Memo

A rising tide of violence in Los Angeles There were more aggravated assaults in Los Angeles in July than during any month in over a decade, with 1,299. The spike highlights one of the emerging...


Animal and Environmental Supporter Shaka Smith Partners With 'Cluster' App

The 10th Annual World Elephant Day, was observed on Thursday and sparked numerous global efforts in support of these majestic creatures. In the United States, California-based The Elephant Project in...

 By Jack Simon    News    August 19, 2021

Dispute Over a Girl at the Bungalow Leads to a Fight and a Serious Head Injury on Wilshire and 2nd Street

Santa Monica police are asking for public assistance in finding a group of men who brutally assaulted a bystander on Wilshire Boulevard last Saturday, knocking him "unconscious for a period of time."...

 By Jack Simon    News    August 19, 2021

Verbal Argument Leads to Friday Night Shooting In Santa Monica Parking Lot

A verbal argument escalated into a shooting in a Santa Monica parking lot Friday night, landing a twosome from El Monte in jail, local police said. Jesus Manuel Macias, 36, and Lucero Campos, 26,...


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