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Suspect in custody after break-in at home of Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass, police say

A 29-year-old suspect is in custody after the official residence of Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass was broken into Sunday morning while she was home, police and her spokesperson said. Ephraim Matthew Hunter, of Los Angeles, faces a burglary charge in the incident, Los Angeles police said on X. He’s being held in lieu of a $100,000 bail, according to Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department records that do not list his next court date.

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Arizona Supreme Court rules state must revert to century-old law banning nearly all abortions

In a historic decision Tuesday, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled the state must adhere to a 123-year-old penal code barring all abortions except in cases when “it is necessary to save” a pregnant person’s life.

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California towns buried under more than 10 feet of snow

California’s mountain towns and ski resorts are digging out after a blockbuster blizzard buried them and major roads under several feet of snow.

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Powerful California blizzard shuts down roads/ski resorts; heavy snow/fierce winds slam mountains

Blizzard conditions continued to slam Northern California over the weekend with damaging winds and heavy snow dumping on mountain ridges down to the valleys.

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San Francisco Apologizes to Black Residents and Descendants for Systemic Racism and Past Atrocities

San Francisco this week formally apologized to its Black residents and their descendants for decades of systemic and structural discrimination, targeted acts of violence and atrocities.

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Student faces attempted murder charges in alleged plot to carry out school shooting - classmate raises concerns

A high school student in California was arrested and is facing attempted murder charges in a plot to carry out a shooting on campus that was uncovered after a classmate expressed concerns the teen was “fixated on school shootings and had access to weapons,” police said.

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Southern California: 5 Marines confirmed dead; helicopter crashes

Five US Marines have been confirmed dead after their helicopter crashed in a remote area of Southern California during a training flight Tuesday night, according to a news release from their Marine Corps unit.

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