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Former Daily Pilot and L.A. Times advertising executive killed in shooting

Lisa Cosenza, a longtime former Daily Pilot and Los Angeles Times advertising executive, died in a shooting Thursday in Aliso Viejo, sheriff’s officials said Friday.

President Trump has nominated Kirstjen Nielsen, a top aide to Chief of Staff John F. Kelly, to head the Department of Homeland Security. A USC administrator has left his post in the wake of allegations that he sexually harassed female colleagues.

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Councilman Huizar says his wife is weighing her own bid for city office

That possibility became more real on Thursday, when Councilman Jose Huizar disclosed that his wife, Richelle Huizar, has expressed interest in running for his seat in 2020.

Eli Broad, top L.A. philanthropist and power-broker, is stepping back from his foundation work. 6:30 p.m.: This article was updated with details on Richelle Huizar’s professional history.


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Two dead, two wounded in shooting in Aliso Viejo

Death toll climbs to 29 as vast devastation from firestorms comes into grim focus. Oklahoma man found competent to represent himself in killings of Long Beach mother and daughter

President Trump has nominated Kirstjen Nielsen, a top aide to Chief of Staff John F. Kelly, to head the Department of Homeland Security. A USC administrator has left his post in the wake of allegations that he sexually harassed female colleagues.


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Eli Broad, top L.A. philanthropist and power-broker, is stepping back from his foundation work

Eli Broad, the billionaire philanthropist who has been a powerful force in Los Angeles arts, education and politics, is stepping back from the day-to-day operations of his foundation.

President Trump has nominated Kirstjen Nielsen, a top aide to Chief of Staff John F. Kelly, to head the Department of Homeland Security. A USC administrator has left his post in the wake of allegations that he sexually harassed female colleagues.



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