Digital Journalist, NBC Los Angeles
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nytimes.com — BOSTON - Rare is the witness who takes the stand and immediately tells the court that he committed eight murders for which he has never been charged. But amid the stack of murders to which this witness, John Martorano, confessed, those eight might have gotten lost anyway.
scpr.org — Ericka Aguilar/KPCC The family of Kendrec McDade and attorney Caree Harper at an earlier rally at Pasadena City Hall. A relative is holding a photo of McDade in a football uniform. The man who lied to Pasadena police emergency dispatchers about being robbed at gunpoint by two men last year - and which contributed to a fatal police shooting of another man - will serve three months in jail.
usatoday.com — Investigators from the FBI and the Oakland County, Mich., Sheriff's Office are in northern Oakland County on June 17, searching a new location for the remains of Jimmy Hoffa. A new tip has police combing a field in Oakland County, Mich., for the remains of the former Teamsters boss.
nbclosangeles.com — For decades there have been two Santa Monicas. There's the hip beachfront town that's packed year-round with tourists who cram its trendy bars and restaurants, stay at its pricey beachfront hotels and frequent the T-shirt shops and carnival rides along its funky, old wooden pier.
washingtonpost.com — The faces of more than 120 million people are in searchable photo databases that state officials assembled to prevent driver's-license fraud but that increasingly are used by police to identify suspects, accomplices and even innocent bystanders in a wide range of criminal investigations.
latimes.com — SAN DIEGO - A veteran teacher at a Catholic school has lost her job because school officials are worried her ex-husband, now serving a jail sentence for domestic abuse and stalking, will pose a danger to students and teachers when he is released.
huffingtonpost.com — BERLIN - A top commander of a Nazi SS-led unit accused of burning villages filled with women and children lied to American immigration officials to get into the United States and has been living in Minnesota since shortly after World War II, according to evidence uncovered by The Associated Press.
nbclosangeles.com — LAPD The payout of a portion of the $1 million reward in a fatal shooting rampage by an ex-LAPD officer cleared a hurdle on Friday when an LA city panel approved a $100,000 payment to four claimants.
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