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Bell (Los Angeles, California)

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  • Candidate for Bell City Council dies days before election

     
    Miguel Alejandro Sanchez, a longtime Bell resident and candidate for the City Council, has died. He was 34. Sanchez was pronounced dead Friday afternoon from complications of an unknown illness at Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center, according to the...
  • Elections: Bell voters supporting recall effort; incumbents hold leads in L.A. Unified races

     
    As election results began to be tallied in corruption-plagued Bell, voters were overwhelmingly supporting the recall of four council members on the ballot. With just several hundred votes counted, more than 90% of the city's residents were voting to...
  • Looking for election results?

     
    The Los Angeles City Clerk's office has begun reporting election results for the city elections. Updates will be posted about every 30 minutes. The Los Angeles County Registrar Recorder has started reporting election results for county elections,...
  • California's Latino population increases, Inland areas boom, U.S. Census finds

     
    Southern California's inland counties grew at a rapid clip in the last decade, far surpassing the growth rates of the region's coastal counties, according to U.S. Census data released Tuesday. Riverside County saw a whopping 41% increase in population in....
  • 2 Sikhs shot in Sacramento area; $30,000 reward offered

     
    A $30,000 reward has been offered in the case of two elderly men who were shot -- one fatally -- while they took an afternoon walk in the Sacramento suburb of Elk Grove. Police found Surinder Singh, 65, and Gurmej......
  • Redondo Beach fish die-off: Tests show oxygen levels at 'almost zero'

     
    Researchers have measured critically low oxygen levels in King Harbor after a massive die-off in the Redondo Beach marina. Brent Scheiwe, program director at the SEA Lab in Redondo Beach, said he took dissolved oxygen level readings in the harbor......
  • EPA agrees to strengthen ship ballast rules

     
    The federal government has agreed to develop more stringent national regulations governing the discharge of ship ballast water, which has been a major source of troublesome invasive species in California and other states. Under a settlement filed...
  • Baseball: New helmet unveiled to protect pitchers

     
    Easton-Bell unveiled a new helmet Monday that is designed to protect pitchers. Gunnar Sandberg, a teenage pitcher from Northern California who was injured last year after a ball struck him in the head, will be testing the prototype though he's......
  • After waiting 27 years, father dies without seeing his daughter's killer executed

     
    George Cullins, whose daughter was murdered by Los Angeles-based serial killer Dean Phillip Carter in 1984, has died without seeing his most fervent wish come to pass: Carter's execution. Cullins, 88, a retired Marine officer, died last week in Antelope.....
  • Bell election: Voters recall embattled council members and elect new representatives

     
    Bell residents voted overwhelmingly to recall four embattled council members Tuesday with 100% of the votes counted in the small southeast Los Angeles County city. More than 95% of the city's residents voted to recall council members Teresa Jacobo, Oscar....
  • Bell criminal hearings: Attorneys blocked from questioning former city attorney

     
    Defense lawyers grew frustrated Monday after being prohibited from questioning Bell’s former city attorney about conversations he had with their clients. Attorneys representing current and former Bell officials accused of misappropriating funds were...
  • City elections: Bell voters embrace a fresh start; council seats in West Hollywood at stake

     
    Alfonso Escobar said he recently lost his house when he couldn’t pay the high property taxes in Bell and was laid off as a special education contractor. But on Tuesday, he voted for the first time in a city election......