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Summer Lin

Los Angeles Times

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Past articles by Summer:

Violent robbery caught on tape: Man punches Chinatown worker, steals $5,000 in merchandise, cash

A man was captured on video Thursday punching an employee at a Chinatown boutique before stealing about $5,000 worth of merchandise and cash. → Read More

Three gun control bills inspired by Monterey Park massacre are closer to becoming law

More than half a year after 11 people were killed in a mass shooting in Monterey Park, several gun control bills move closer to becoming law. → Read More

Scott Mathes, environmentalist who headed cleanup projects, dies at 62

Scott Mathes, the founder and director of the California Environmental Project, died Sept. 6 in Bend, Ore., of a long illness. He was 62. → Read More

Morocco earthquake is a warning for California: Weak brick buildings can become deathtraps

California has a number of older brick buildings that could collapse catastrophically in earthquakes, as occurred in Morocco. → Read More

Longtime L.A. City Hall aide Anton Calleia dies at age 90 of heart failure

Anton Calleia, a Los Angeles City Hall aide for nearly a quarter of a century, died Aug. 31 at his Carlsbad, Calif., home of heart failure. He was 90 years old. → Read More

This California city's rent exceeded San Francisco's for the first time

San Diego had the third most expensive rental market in June, with an average monthly price of $3,175, exceeding San Francisco’s rent at $3,168. → Read More

Toxic algae blooms sicken or kill over 1,000 sea lions, dolphins

More than 1,000 marine mammals along the Southern California coast have gotten sick or died because of the bloom of toxic algae, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. → Read More

Get ready for more rain, snow as rare May storm hits Southern California tonight

A rare May storm is expected to hit Southern California on Wednesday night and last through Thursday morning, according to the National Weather Service. → Read More

Stabbed through the heart, Cash App founder Bob Lee died on operating table, autopsy finds

Cash App founder Bob Lee died on the operating table in San Francisco last month after being stabbed three times, including once through the heart, according to an autopsy report. → Read More

Dramatic video from rescue of driver who plunged more than 500 feet off Bay Area cliff

A driver was rescued after their car plunged 530 feet off a cliff at Mt. Tamalpais in Marin County, authorities said. The person sustained major injuries. → Read More

Student stabbed in fight at Valencia High School

Two students were taken to hospitals Friday after a fight at Valencia High School, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. → Read More

Riverside school district grapples with fights at two high schools

Fights broke out at Ramona and Martin Luther King high schools in Riverside this week, according to Riverside police and school district officials. → Read More

Jury awards Riverside woman $2.3 billion in a sex abuse lawsuit involving the Mormon church

A Riverside woman was awarded $2.28 billion Tuesday by a Riverside Superior Court jury after she was sexually abused by her stepfather for years, her attorneys announced. → Read More

Two bodies discovered inside car at Azusa towing company

Officers responded to a report of a dead man found in a vehicle, the Irwindale Police Department said. Officers checked the car and found another body too. → Read More

Rare white orca spotted among pod of 7 whales off Santa Monica Bay

Boaters spotted a rare white orca known as 'Frosty' this weekend off the coast of Southern California. The orca has a rare skin condition. → Read More

Man holding 'Free Billie Eilish' sign climbs KTLA tower in Hollywood

A man climbed KTLA tower with a sign that read “Free Billie Eilish” Tuesday evening in Hollywood. After three hours, he climbed down and was arrested by LAPD. → Read More

In Monterey Park, site of mass shooting that killed 11, lawmakers urge support for gun control bills

Lawmakers and community leaders gathered in Monterey Park, where 11 were shot to death Jan. 21, to urge support for gun control bills. → Read More

Technology issues delay more than 2,100 Southwest Airlines flights nationwide

Southwest Airlines has resumed flights, but more than 2,100 were delayed after the embattled carrier requested a pause to resolve technical problems. → Read More

Cash App founder, murder suspect were out with friends, clashed before killing, source says

New details emerge about the fatal stabbing of Cash App founder Bob Lee and suspect Nima Momeni, who a source said was upset with Lee before the killing. → Read More

Arrest made in S.F. killing of Cash App founder; suspect reportedly tech worker who knew him

Police arrested a suspect early Thursday in the fatal stabbing of Cash App founder Bob Lee this month in San Francisco, according to a county supervisor. → Read More