Wednesday, September 18


Bird and Lime e-scooters companies  have been named in a class-action lawsuit filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court  on behalf of injured riders and pedestrians this week. 
(Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Bird and Lime slapped with class-action lawsuit over rider and pedestrian injuries

Two Los Angeles-based attorneys filed a class-action lawsuit against e-scooter companies and scooter manufacturers on behalf of injured riders and pedestrians earlier this month. Catherine Lerer and Jeffrey Costell filed the lawsuit on behalf of eight plaintiffs in Los Angeles County Superior Court on Oct. Read more...

Photo: Bird and Lime e-scooters companies have been named in a class-action lawsuit filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court on behalf of injured riders and pedestrians this week. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Bird and Lime e-scooters companies  have been named in a class-action lawsuit filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court  on behalf of injured riders and pedestrians this week. 
(Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

UCPD described the man as black, about 20 to 35 years old and bald or with short hair. He was last seen wearing a t-shirt and sweatpants´╗┐. (Courtesy of UCPD)

UCPD searches for man who has repeatedly exposed himself on Midvale Avenue

University police are searching for a man involved in a series of indecent exposures from August to October. A man was seen masturbating in a vehicle after asking to speak with female pedestrians who were UCLA students on four separate occasions on Midvale Avenue between Strathmore Drive and Gayley Avenue, according to UCPD. Read more...

Photo: UCPD described the man as black, about 20 to 35 years old and bald or with short hair. He was last seen wearing a t-shirt and sweatpants´╗┐. (Courtesy of UCPD)

UCPD described the man as black, about 20 to 35 years old and bald or with short hair. He was last seen wearing a t-shirt and sweatpants´╗┐. (Courtesy of UCPD)


In response to a California Public Records Act request, the UCLA Title IX Office released 31 cases of sexual misconduct by employees to several media outlets. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

Title IX Office releases 31 cases of employees committing sexual misconduct

This post was updated Feb. 3 at 12:08 p.m. This article contains descriptions of sexual violence. The UCLA Title IX Office released 31 cases of UCLA employees found in violation of University of California Policy for Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment on Friday. Read more...

Photo: In response to a California Public Records Act request, the UCLA Title IX Office released 31 cases of sexual misconduct by employees to several media outlets. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

In response to a California Public Records Act request, the UCLA Title IX Office released 31 cases of sexual misconduct by employees to several media outlets. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)




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