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Facing six years behind bars for selling methamphetamine, Angelique Chacon, 31, of Wilmington accepted a pre-trial offer in the form of a new rehabilitation program in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles. She got a part-time job, took classes at a technical school and graduated from the rehab program last year with a sentence of probation instead of prison. Comment?
Members of the Los Angeles Community Environmental Enforcement Network have installed rooftop devices to monitor air quality in Wilmington near the Phillips 66 refinery. Airbase unit mounted to home in effort to collect air quality data. Comment?
Consumer Protection Division Assistant Head Deputy Hoon Chun, center, and deputy district attorney Christopher Curtis, right, speak to media after a hearing Wednesday, where a settlement was reached with Bumble Bee Foods LLC in Los Angeles Superior Court. LOS ANGELES >> Attorneys for tuna manufacturer Bumble Bee Foods agreed to pay $6 million in fines and restitution related to the death of an employee who was burned alive inside an industrial oven at the company's Santa Fe Springs plant, officials said Wednesday. Comment?
Susan Ogle relates details of the different Confederate flags on display along with the U.S. flag at the Drum Barracks Civil War Museum in Wilmington. Photo by Brad Graverson/The Daily Breeze/07-06-15 It's been 150 years since the Civil War ended, but echoes of the War Between the States still reverberate. Comment?
Old Fort MacArthur Days at Angels Gate Park in San Pedro. 2012 will mark the 26th Anniversary of the Old Fort MacArthur Days fundraiser event, one of the west's largest continually running re-enactment and living history timeline events. Comment?
Jose Melena, 62, of Wilmington was a Bumble Bee Foods worker killed when he accidentally became trapped inside an industrial oven at the company's Santa Fe Springs plant. LOS ANGELES >> Tuna cannery Bumble Bee Foods, LLC, and two former employees pleaded not guilty Wednesday to felony charges related to the death of a worker who was fatally cooked inside an industrial oven at the company's Santa Fe Springs plant. Comment?
The front of Bumble Bee Foods LLC in Santa Fe Springs on Friday October 12, 2012. The plant was the site of an industrial accident the day before in which a 62-year-old employee died after becoming trapped inside an industrial oven. Comment?
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