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School districts these days face a variety of major challenges, from pandemic-era learning loss to the threat of campus shootings. There’s another one always lurking — cyberattacks like the one experienced by L.A. Unified School District on its information technology systems over the weekend. As L.A. teachers, parents, students and leaders felt the brunt of
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Student filmmakers on the set of “A Beautiful Sin” directed by Ahmad Jack Almazeedi. The film is part of California State University, Northridge’s 30th “Senior Film Showcase” to screen on Sept. 14 in Beverly Hills. (Photo courtesy of California State University, Northridge) California State University, Northridge’s “Senior Film Showcase” returns after being delayed by two
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The Chili Preppers won 2nd place for their Texas Prime Rib Chili at the Malibu Chili Cook-Off September 4, 2022.(Photo by Andy Holzman, Contributing Photographer) People enjoy the Malibu Chili Cook-Off September 4, 2022. Visitors to the event participated in carnival games, rides, food trucks, vendors, and skateboarding. The event was held as a fundraiser
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Central Basin Municipal Water District’s board president, vice president and general counsel met privately following the indictment of General Manager Alex Rojas and unilaterally determined the eight-member board did not need to take any action against Rojas at this time, according to a redacted copy of a memorandum obtained by the Southern California News Group.
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WOODLAND HILLS — Authorities on Wednesday identified the second of two motorists killed in a head-on crash near the entrance to Pierce College on Victory Boulevard in Woodland Hills. The collision occurred about 11:30 p.m. Monday on Victory Boulevard near Mason Avenue, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. Armen Benglyan, 24, of Northridge, died
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By ERIC HE | City News Service LOS ANGELES — Seeking to aid homeless coordinators, the Los Angeles City Council voted Wednesday to support greater access to the Homeless Management Information System, a database on services provided to people experiencing homelessness — despite concerns over privacy. The council voted 13-0 to request a report from
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Cameron Evans listens to Braxton Cook during the 19th annual City of Gardena Jazz Festival on Sunday, August 28, 2022. (Photo by Axel Koester, Contributing Photographer) Daley performs during the 19th annual City of Gardena Jazz Festival on Sunday, August 28, 2022. (Photo by Axel Koester, Contributing Photographer) Braxton Cook performs during the 19th annual
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