L.A. Sees Boom In Businesses Offering Online Grocery Delivery

Same-day grocery delivery service Instacart just moved into the competitive LA market. (Instacart)

There's a new era of grocery shopping.



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Bell Corruption Case: Angela Spaccia Gets 11 Years

Angela Spaccia, Bell former assistant city administrator, is at her sentencing hearing. (KTLA)

The former assistant city administrator of Bell was sentenced to almost 12 years in prison for misappropriation of funds.



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Andrew Rosenthal: 'Dogs Are My Sanity'

Andrew Rosenthal, founder of LA Dogworks, with his dog Josh. (Wan Xu / Neon Tommy)

Rosenthal finds that spending time with his dogs is more fun than anything else.



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Support For School Gardens Growing

Students come out every other week for an hour’s nutrition or science lesson.

Students learn all kinds of lessons when they get down and dirty.



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Fast-Food Workers Strike For Higher Pay

Sonia Roldan

Two McDonald’s cashiers talk about why they took part in the August 29th strike.



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Gregory Poster: A Landscaper Ready To Start Over At Union Rescue Mission

Gregory Poster joined Union Rescue Mission’s “Life-Transformation Program” two weeks ago.

 Every year, URM serves one million meals and provides 250,000 nights of shelter.



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Jodie Evans: Pink Power To Stop The War

Jodie Evans, co-founder of CODEPINK/Wikipedia

The co-founder of CODEPINK leads impassioned movements for peace.



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Westchester Resident Wants Garcetti To Focus On Sidewalk Repair

Patti Ialongo says Los Angeles sidewalks are dangerous. (Wan Xu, Neon Tommy)

Retiree Patti Ialongo says sidewalks are unsafe.



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A Furloughed Worker And Single Dad Speaks Out

Will Ryan, a single parent in Philadelphia, is one of the 800,000 federal workers who were furloughed Tuesday. (Facebook)

"The fiscal year doesn't just sneak up."



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