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Hate Crimes

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  • Human remains found in Angeles National Forest

     
    Human remains found near shallow grave at Angeles National Forest...
  • Hundreds in Sacramento protest proposed gun restrictions

     
    Hundreds rally in Sacramento to protest proposed gun restrictions...
  • Los Angeles teachers union approves use of testing data in evaluations

     
    A landmark agreement to use student test scores for the first time to evaluate Los Angeles Unified instructors was approved by the teachers union Saturday....
  • NAACP leader holds historic meeting with Ku Klux Klan rep

    NAACP leader holds historic meeting with Ku Klux Klan rep
    (Reuters) - The head of a Wyoming office of the NAACP is defending talks with a Ku Klux Klan activist, the first known meeting between the oldest civil rights group in the United States and a branch of the white supremacist network. Jimmy Simmons,...
  • Man charged with hate crime: 'I'm going to hang you from a tree'

    Man charged with hate crime: 'I'm going to hang you from a tree'
    A Norwood Park man has been charged with a hate crime after he jumped off his porch and yelled racial slurs as he chased a woman who works at a nearby hospital, according to police. Tom Diamond was also charged with misdemeanor assault after the incident...
  • Konkrete Kids mascot has racist origins, petitioner contends

    Konkrete Kids mascot has racist origins, petitioner contends
    Years ago, there was a television commercial about spaghetti sauce. In it, three children answer a question: "Who makes the best spaghetti?" "My mom," says the first. "Spaghetti with meat sauce!" "My mom," says the next. "Spaghetti with clam sauce!"...
  • Latino, black leaders unite after alleged hate crime in Compton

     
    A coalition of Latino and Black community leaders banded together on the steps of Compton City Hall Monday, seeking to unite the city in the aftermath of an attack that law enforcement has labeled a hate crime....
  • About 29,000 without power in Huntington Park area

     
    Crews worked Friday to restore power to about 29,000 customers in the Huntington Park area, said Dan Chung, a Southern California Edison spokesman. Lightning is suspected of causing the outage, Chung said. Just before 10 a.m. Friday, Huntington Park...
  • Bell trial: Ex-councilwoman says Rizzo offered her pay increase

     
    Teresa Jacobo, the first defendant to testify in the Bell corruption trial, returned to the witness stand Friday. The former council member testified earlier that she made just $500 a month when she joined the city in 2001 and continued......
  • Man gets jail, probation for anti-gay hate crime attack

    Man gets jail, probation for anti-gay hate crime attack
    A Los Angeles man was convicted and sentenced to jail for making anti-gay slurs during a hate crime attack in which he repeatedly threatened a witness, authorities said Thursday. Mario Williams, 32, was sentenced to 60 days in jail and three years'...
  • Kevin James returns to parking ticket controversy in mayor's race

     
    Los Angeles is in dire financial straits. Its traffic woes are mounting. Joblessness is high. But at Monday night’s mayoral debate, the five top candidates were repeatedly drawn into a discussion about a less weighty, but more perhaps more rage-...
  • Suspects sought in anti-gay attack near UCLA

     
    UCLA campus police have released a sketch of a man they say was involved in an anti-gay hate crime against a student. A male student was walking south in the 400 block of Gayley Avenue, near Veteran Avenue, about 1:30......