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  • The Client Should Control Decisions

    The Client Should Control Decisions

    By Michael Edlen   Real estate agents have a fiduciary responsibility to their clients, whether sellers or buyers. This requires that they must always put their client’s inter ...

  • The 6 Stressful Stages of a Real Estate Transaction

    The 6 Stressful Stages of a Real Estate Transaction

    By Ron Wynn   Everyone hopes for the perfect real estate transaction. A perfect real estate transaction is one without a single problem from start to finish. Although a good r ...

  • Children March for Rights

    Children March for Rights

    By Michael Ray The Children’s March for Humanity hosted an all-inclusive Saturday morning march down Main Street, Santa Monica, June 17, which concluded on the front steps of Santa ...

  • Stoked to be Surfing

    Stoked to be Surfing

    By Michael Ray StokeShare and Surfrider (West Los Angeles/Malibu Chapter) introduced surfing Saturday, June 17, to inner city at-risk kids enrolled in the LAPD Youth Cadet program. ...

Law Officials Seek to Crack Down on Sex Trafficking

Law Officials Seek to Crack Down on Sex Trafficking

Los Angeles County law enforcement officials said Tuesday they are cracking down on sex trafficking on the streets and online and pointed to sports arenas as a magnet for the trad ...

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LADWP Urges Los Angeles Residents to Cut Down on Power to Avoid Blackouts

LADWP Urges Los Angeles Residents to Cut Down on Power to Avoid Blackouts

Another Flex Alert urging residents to voluntarily conserve electricity to ease demand on the statewide power system will take effect Wednesday afternoon. The Flex Alert issued by ...

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Median Price of Homes in LA County Have Risen 6.8% By the End of May

Median Price of Homes in LA County Have Risen 6.8% By the End of May

The median price of a home in Los Angeles County rose by 6.8 percent in May, compared with the same month a year earlier, while the number of homes sold jumped by 4.8 percent, a r ...

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US Olympic Committee Expresses Support of Suspension of Doping Test Lab at UCLA

US Olympic Committee Expresses Support of Suspension of Doping Test Lab at UCLA

The U.S. Olympic Committee is expressing support for the actions the World Anti-Doping Agency took this week when it issued a partial suspension of the testing laboratory at UCLA. ...

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Truck Drivers and Warehouse Workers Strike Expands

Truck Drivers and Warehouse Workers Strike Expands

Truck drivers and warehouse workers from companies serving the Long Beach and Los Angeles ports expanded their strike Tuesday to protest being classified as independent contractor ...

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Recent Survey Finds That Many Political Figures Find Trump Administration to be Damaging to Public Relations

Recent Survey Finds That Many Political Figures Find Trump Administration to be Damaging to Public Relations

A survey of public relations professionals released Tuesday by the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism found that 73.2 percent of respondents across the political sp ...

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Former AV Technician For Department of Water and Power Sentenced to Five Years Due to Embezzlement

Former AV Technician For Department of Water and Power Sentenced to Five Years Due to Embezzlement

A former audio-visual technician for the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power was sentenced Tuesday to five years in state prison for embezzling more than $4 million in publi ...

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Mattel Gives Ken Dolls Getting an Upgrade

Mattel Gives Ken Dolls Getting an Upgrade

Ken is getting a modernization makeover to keep up with Barbie. El Segundo-based Mattel Tuesday unveiled 15 new Ken dolls featuring three body types -- slim, broad and original -- ...

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Four LAPD Cadets Arrested in Theft of Three Squad Cars

Four LAPD Cadets Arrested in Theft of Three Squad Cars

Four additional juveniles in the Los Angeles Police Department's cadet program have been arrested for their alleged involvement in the theft of three squad cars, two of which were ...

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Activists Plan to Call on LA City Council to Shift Investments Away From Wells Fargo

Activists Plan to Call on LA City Council to Shift Investments Away From Wells Fargo

Several activists again plan to call on the L.A. City Council Monday to shift investments now managed by Wells Fargo Bank to another institution due to Wells' financial support of ...

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