Christian Martinez, Los Angeles Times

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Los Angeles Times

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Recent articles by Christian:

Highway Patrol investigating skeletal human remains found in Cerritos

As of Wednesday, investigators were not treating the case as a homicide. They have not determined the age or gender of the person whose remains were found. → Read More

VA says it will house homeless veterans who are camped around its West L.A. campus

The Veterans Affairs campus in West Los Angeles announced plans to house up to 500 homeless veterans by year's end. → Read More

Weeks after foul odor began, Carson residents now urged to avoid outdoor exercise

The amount of hydrogen sulfide gas emanating from decaying vegetation and marine life in the Dominguez Channel exceeds state nuisance thresholds but is not considered "imminently dangerous," Los Angeles County public health officials said Tuesday. → Read More

420 Cannabis Festival is on after 1-year delay

A marijuana music festival that had been in the works before the pandemic is set for this summer, more than a year after it had been scheduled, with a new feature. → Read More

LPD: Oak Park shooting was attempted murder-suicide

A shooting that occurred Sunday afternoon at Lansing's Oak Park was an attempted murder-suicide. → Read More

2 dead after shooting at Rotary Park

Lansing Police are investigating a shooting that killed two people early Monday at Rotary Park → Read More

Lansing man pleads guilty to conspiracy to support ISIS

A 28-year-old Lansing man pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court to conspiring to provide support to ISIS. → Read More

LEAP to receive $1.1 million to accelerate med-tech sector

The Lansing Economic Area Partnership will receive a $1.1 million in federal and local funds to bolster the region's med-tech industry. → Read More

AG: No charges in fatal police shooting of Jason Gallegos in May 2020

The Michigan Department of the Attorney General will not file charges against the Lansing Police Officers who shot and killed Jason Gallegos in May 2020. → Read More

Suspect in St. Vincent Catholic Charities sexual assault arraigned

A man suspected of sexual assault while employed at the/a St. Vincent Catholic Charities' children's home was arraigned Thursday in Ingham County 55th District Court. → Read More

The state is opening up. Can restaurants keep pace with demand?

The state is opening up. Can restaurants keep pace with demand? → Read More

Camaro production at Lansing Grand River Assembly to restart June 21

General Motors' Lansing Grand River Assembly plant will resume production of the Chevrolet Camaro next month. → Read More

Medical supply chain firm McKesson bringing distribution facility, 80 jobs to Holt

Medical supply chain firm McKesson bringing distribution facility to Holt → Read More

Network works to help Michiganders get expungements

A coalition of law firms and advocacy groups banded together this month to launch a network aimed at helping Michiganders get expungements. → Read More

Michigan tourism could see a 'heck of a summer' but some regions will continue to struggle

Northern Michigan and shoreline communities expect plenty of visitors, while cities relying on conventions will struggle due to COVID-19 restrictions. → Read More

Lansing Police Dept. IDs suspect in the fatal shooting of Larry Fields last month

Lansing police have identified the suspect of an April homicide that killed a 60-year-old man. → Read More

LEAP names the aspiring entrepreneurs picked for its third One & All training group

Entrepreneurs with a variety of business dreams will get mentoring and coaching to help them succeed. → Read More

Over $500,000 in rental, utility assistance distributed in Ingham County under new relief program

More than a half-million dollars in rental and utility assistance has been distributed to Ingham County families as of last week, only a month after the Michigan State Housing Development Authority launched its new rental relief program. → Read More

GM's Lansing Delta Twp. assembly plant to resume production next week after semiconductor shutdown

General Motors' Lansing Delta Township Assembly plant will resume operations Monday after a weeklong shutdown. → Read More

GM idles Lansing Delta Twp. Assembly plant, extends shutdown of Lansing Grand River

General Motors' Lansing Delta Township Assembly plant shut down his week amid a worldwide semiconductor shortage. → Read More