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KKK Propaganda Left in Whittier

On Sunday, someone who supports the Ku Klux Klan blanketed a block in Whittier with plastic bags containing fliers espousing KKK propaganda, along with a rock and a lollipop.


Salon: Animals Are People Too

Salon has brilliantly presented the argument that animals should be considered people, positing that the antiquated notion of a line of demarcation between humans and animals should be discarded.

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Feds Bust Heroin Ring in Chicago

On Wednesday, federal and local law enforcement officials crushed a huge heroin operation in Chicago, arresting or naming 42 defendants in the roundup. The apparent ringleader of the operation, James Triplett, 33, also known as “Trell,” had the entire city block of 3700 W. Grenshaw under the sway of his dealings, supplying heroin wholesale. He even had “shift workers” working 24/7.


Riverside Hospital Accused of Harboring Maggots

Members of SEIU-UHW working at Parkview Community Hospital in Riverside have charged the hospital with allowing maggots in cafeteria food, even alleging that maggots were found in a patient’s nose, according to the Los Angeles Times.

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California to Reissue Black License Plates

On Monday, the California Department of Motor Vehicles announced it will start releasing black license plates similar to the 1960s version in two or three weeks. Personalized black plates will be released in August.

Bay Bridge (Justin Sullivan / Getty)

New Bay Bridge Cracks Discovered

The bad news for the San Francisco Bay Bridge tower just got worse: cracks have been discovered on some of the rods that are part of the tower foundation, according to Caltrans. Caltrans also admitted that one of the four tower anchor rods broke after water exposure made it brittle.

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Court Rules ‘Shoot the Gays’ Referendum Can Be Blocked

On Monday, a judge from Sacramento County ruled that a proposed ballot measure called the “Sodomite Suppression Act,” which called for the execution of gays and lesbians throughout the state, was unconstitutional. Sacramento County Superior Court Judge Raymond M. Cadei’s decision means that the measure cannot advance to the signature-gathering phase, thus barring it from being placed on the ballot.

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