Los Angeles Violent Crime Rises for Third Straight Year

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Violent crime increased in Los Angeles for the third straight year as police tried to stem a rash of homicides and gang-related shootings while dealing with a growing homeless population, the Los Angeles Times reports. With more than 290 people killed in the city last year, homicides rose for the third year in a row. The city remains far safer than a decade . . .

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