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Lindsay Lohan, other celebs charged over crypto promotion

By David Goldman | CNN The Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday charged Lindsay Lohan, Jake Paul and several other celebrities with failing to disclose that they were paid to promote crypto. The celebrities agreed to pay $400,000, including fines, and return what they were paid for the promotion. Lohan was paid $10,000 to promote…
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Mission San Juan Capistrano starts week of celebrating swallows return

Mission San Juan Capistrano joined the community in welcoming the return of the swallows with its annual celebration this weekend. Along with marking the time of year when migrating swallows return to the area from their winters in South America, the mission’s celebrations on Sunday included its recognition of the Catholic Church’s St. Joseph’s Day.…
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Pac-12 football: What to watch during spring practice

For several Pac-12 teams, spring practice began weeks ago. Some are just underway. Others won’t start for a few more weeks. But in every case, the spring games (i.e., gloried scrimmages) are scheduled for the second half of April. The Hotline has questions about them all. (Note: All spring games on Pac-12 Networks except Colorado,…
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FAA issues safety alert after near misses on runways

The Federal Aviation Administration is cracking down on safety protocols, citing “six serious runway incursions” that occurred since January. These incidents were discussed at a safety summit on March 15, a meeting that followed a “call to action” issued by the acting FAA administrator, “to ensure focus and attention on risks to the aviation system.”…
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Mickey Moniak hits 2 homers, including a grand slam, in Angels’ victory

THE GAME: Mickey Moniak hit two home runs, including a grand slam, in the Angels’ 10-9 victory over the Colorado Rockies on Wednesday afternoon in Scottsdale, Ariz. PITCHING REPORT: Left-hander Reid Detmers did not allow a run through four innings, but then he gave up three runs (two earned) on a pair of homers in…
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Judge halts newly enacted Wyoming abortion ban

By Mead Gruver | Associated Press CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Abortion will again be legal in Wyoming — at least for now — after a judge on Wednesday temporarily blocked a ban that took effect a few days earlier. Teton County District Court Judge Melissa Owens’ decision halts the ban amid a challenge in her court…
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Man arrested on suspicion of shooting roommate to death inside Mission Viejo home

A man was shot to death inside a Mission Viejo home and his roommate was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of homicide, March 21, authorities said. Orange County sheriff’s deputies were called to the 27000 block of Ruisenor in a neighborhood of single-family homes and evacuated the home, sheriff’s officials said. The victim, identified by officials…
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In Irvine, a major law enforcement response along San Diego Creek in search of missing person

Police and other law enforcement agencies in Orange County, including heavy rescue personnel, responded in force Wednesday to the San Diego Creek near UC Irvine in response to the report of a missing person. Loud, low-flying sheriff’s helicopters hovered over the area near the intersection of Harvard and University, which is close to the Rancho…
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What is the living wage LAUSD workers are striking for?

How much is enough? If you ask the LAUSD workers who have staged a three-day strike this week for better pay, hours and working conditions, they’ll say “enough” is clearly more than they’re earning. SEIU Local 99, which represents the 30,000 Los Angeles Unified School District employees, wants to elevate their pay to a living…
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Who buys electric cars in California — and who doesn’t?

By Nadia Lopez and Erica Yee | CalMatters In Atherton, one of the nation’s richest towns, giant oaks and well-manicured hedges surround gated mansions owned by some of Silicon Valley’s most prominent billionaires, basketball stars, tech executives and venture capitalists. Each set on an acre of land, six-bedroom estates, brick-paved pathways, neoclassical statues and cascading fountains…
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