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El Monte High School Wrestling Coach Charged With Having Sexual Relationships With 3 Students

El Monte High School Wrestling Coach Charged With Having Sexual Relationships With 3 Students

Arroyo High School is shown in a Street View image from Google Maps. 2017. Prosecutors said the crimes allegedly occurred while Vaca worked at Arroyo High School between June 2015 and Jan. Arroyo High School is shown in a Street View image from Google Maps. The case remains under investigation by the El Monte Police Department. David Vaca Jr., 21, of West Covina, faces 20 felony counts, including seven counts of oral copulation of a person under 18, six counts of sexual penetration, six counts of unlawful sexual intercourse and one count of sodomy of a person under 16. 34.093748
-118.021181 Prosecutors were expected to ask that bail be set at $965,000. A man who was a wrestling coach at an El Monte high school has been charged with having sexual relationships with three female students, Los Angeles County District Attorney’s officials announced Friday.

Nordstrom to Drop Ivanka Trump’s Line, Cites Brand’s ‘Performance’

Nordstrom’s website still has a few coats and pairs of shoes from the Ivanka Trump brand available on its website. Ivanka Trump moved to separate her personal social media accounts from her namesake brand in November. The #GrabYourWallet movement began after tape surfaced of Trump boasting about groping women. Nordstrom took steps to defend its relationship with the Ivanka Trump brand days before Trump was elected. Ivanka Trump’s brand has been targeted by activists since her father’s presidential campaign. “I plan to take time to settle our three young children into their new home and schools,” she wrote in a Facebook post last month, adding that she is working to determine “the most impactful and appropriate ways for me to serve our country.”

-95.712891 She stepped away from the management and operations of her business in January. But she has been spotted in the West Wing and accompanied her father on a solemn trip to Delaware on Wednesday evening to pay respects to the family of a slain service member. “We hope that offering a vendor’s products isn’t misunderstood as us taking a political position; we’re not,” the company tweeted. In the fall, an online campaign called on shoppers to boycott all the family’s products, including Ivanka Trump’s clothing, shoe and jewelry lines. While revenue figures aren’t available — the company is private — her products are stocked at hundreds of stores, including Macy’s and Amazon. The shift was first reported by Bloomberg. (Credit: Frederick M. Ivanka Trump has spent nearly a decade building a fashion and retail empire. Brown/Getty Images)
“Based on the brand’s performance, we’ve decided not to buy it for this season,” a Nordstrom spokeswoman said Thursday. She does not have a formal role in her father’s administration. Ivanka Trump attended the Launch of Her Spring 2011 Lifestyle Collection of Footwear at the Topanga Nordstrom on February 17, 2011 in Canoga Park. A spokesperson for the Ivanka Trump brand said that Nordstrom had already purchased spring season apparel from it, adding that the retailer is moving some of the brand’s products on sale on its website into its physical stores. Luxury department store Nordstrom won’t be purchasing products from the Ivanka Trump brand this fall.

Big Bend National Park Conservationists Concerned That Proposed Border Wall Could Form Permanent Divide Along Rio Grande

Six different flags have claimed the land that composes Big Bend National Park, but the arid Chihuahuan limestone soil resists most attempts at settlement. No one knows how far beyond cities such a wall would extend, but conservationists here already are raising an alarm. (Credit: John Moore / Getty Images)

If it belonged to anyone, this expanse of high desert was first the domain of the nomadic Chisos Indians, who were killed off by the Apaches, who were defeated by the Spanish, who were run off by the Comanches — until white settlers imported repeating rifles and put an end to all debate about who owned what. Click here to read the full story on Now, many here are worried about what would be the most powerful territorial claim of all: A proposed wall along the U.S.-Mexico border that, if extended as far as this remote national park, would form a permanent divide along the Rio Grande. (Credit: John Moore / Getty Images)

Big Bend National Park Conservationists Concerned That Proposed Border Wall Could Form Permanent Divide Along Rio Grande

A falcon flies over the Chisos Basin in this undated photo of Big Bend National Park in Texas. A falcon flies over the Chisos Basin in this undated photo of Big Bend National Park in Texas. For most of its history, the 800,000 acres belonged to the wild. 29.127487
-103.242538 Their chief fear is that such a barrier would threaten the slow but steady reintroduction of wildlife species killed off here during the 19th and 20th centuries, one of the Southwest’s most important environmental success stories. The Spanish called it “El Despoblado,” the uninhabited land.

Amid Vote, Worried SoCal Residents Hold Rally Over Air Quality Concerns

3, 2017. Sara Welch reports from Diamond Bar for the KTLA 5 News at 1 on Feb. 34.028623
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The South Coast Air Quality Management District is set to vote Friday on a plan for improving air quality across the region, and dozens of worried residents are rallying to push for better standards.

Florida Father Shot, Killed During Craigslist Sale of Son’s Dirt Bike; 2 Teens Arrested

While Craigslist downplays Craigslist-related crime on its website, the company does recommend these safety tips before meeting a potential buyer for the first time:

Insist on a public meeting place like a cafe, bank, or shopping center
Do not meet in a secluded place, or invite strangers into your home
Be especially careful buying/selling high value items
Tell a friend or family member where you’re going
Take your cellphone along if you have one
Consider having a friend accompany you
Trust your instincts

-82.457178 The teen, who was unharmed, tried to revive his father. “He taught me how to ride. The father and son went together to a neighborhood in Tampa at 7 p.m. Please enable Javascript to watch this video

Two Florida teenagers face charges after allegedly killing a man Tuesday during a meeting arranged in Tampa through Craigslist. Tuesday evening, where they met 16-year-old Ramontrae Williams and 17-year-old Dontae Johnson, according to the Tampa Bay Times. A GoFundMe page has been started to help the pay for Beck’s funeral and to support his family. Police say the young men stole the dirt bike and shot Stuart’s father right in front of him. Stuart Beck, 15, had grown too big for his prized dirt bike and was ready to sell it, so the family decided to look for a buyer.  It started as his hobby and moved on to mine.”
Stuart’s father, James Beck, posted an ad on Craigslist and it didn’t take long for an interested buyer to set up a meeting. “I got it as a Christmas present and I worshipped it, because it came from my dad,” Beck told WFLA-TV. “He was a wonderful man,” Stuart said. While Craigslist can be a valuable tool for community sales, many crimes have been committed using the site, with criminals luring victims to encounters that have ended in murder, attempted murder, child predator arrests, armed robbery, and multiple scams. “He had a great sense of humor, always knew how to make someone laugh.”
Officers found the dirt bike near Williams’ home and arrested the teens on murder and armed robbery charges. If convicted, Williams and Johnson could spend the rest of their lives in prison.

Digital Death

Micah Ohlman reports on the KTLA5 News at 10PM on February 2, 2016. It’s a topic not many like to talk about…but writing a will in today’s tech world means you might need to consider more than just heirs, property, and possessions, according to Attorney Megan Yip. Please enable Javascript to watch this video

From online banking to business…is your digital life prepared for your death?

Digital Death Pt. 2

Micah Ohlman reports on the KTLA5 News at 11PM on February 2, 2016.  Our tech expert Rich Demuro shows us the step by step ways you can be proactive about your profile settings. In today’s tech world, many live life online…but what happens to those accounts when a user dies? Always on Instagram? Please enable Javascript to watch this video

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$175,000 Worth of Jewelry, Other Valuables Stolen From Nicki Minaj’s Beverly Hills Home: LAPD

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$175,000 Worth of Jewelry, Other Valuables Stolen From Nicki Minaj’s Beverly Hills Home: LAPD

Singer Nicki Minaj performs at the American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on Nov. Singer Nicki Minaj performs at the American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on Nov. Click here to read the full story on 20, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. 24 in the 2600 block of Bowmont Avenue, when the 34-year-old “Anaconda” singer was not home, said Officer Aareon Jefferson, a spokesman for the Los Angeles Police Department. It is unclear how the burglars managed to enter the singer’s home, Jefferson said. 24 and Jan. (Credit: Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Thieves stole $175,000 worth of jewelry and other valuables from singer Nicki Minaj’s home in Beverly Hills, police said. Detectives from the department’s West Los Angeles station have launched an investigation into the missing items, he said. 34.073620
-118.400356 The burglary occurred between Nov. 20, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.

Trump’s Plan to Build Wall on US-Mexico Border Met With Resistance From GOP

“If you’re going to spend that kind of money, you’re going to have to show me where you’re going to get that money,” said Alaska Sen. Mick Mulvaney as his budget director. John McCain said when asked if he thought Mexico would reimburse the United States for the wall. And even if he asks for spending cuts to pay the wall, sources on the House and Senate appropriations committees say finding upwards of $15 billion in reductions would be extraordinarily difficult, especially in the middle of the fiscal year. “I have concerns about spending un-offset money, which adds to the debt, period,” Cornyn said bluntly when asked about the wall. Many bluntly told CNN they’d likely vote against any Trump plan that is not fully offset with spending cuts, while others questioned whether Trump’s vision would adequately resolve the problems at the border. House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said last week that the cost could range from $12 billion-$15 billion, while Ryan suggested that the project may not be fully offset with spending cuts, saying the wall is “a national security priority.”
Sen. President Donald Trump’s plan to build a wall on the border with Mexico is facing a major problem: A wall of resistance from his own party. “I don’t see how that’s possible.”
Trump’s wall already faces legal hurdles given the likelihood that it could spawn lawsuits at the border. Justin Amash of Michigan. “No,” Arizona Republican Sen. White House spokesman Sean Spicer suggested last week that the administration was considering imposing a 20% tax on Mexican imports to pay for the wall, but hours later said it was one of a list of ideas after Republican senators pushed back on that proposal. And he issued a stark warning to Trump. And I’m concerned that when I left the retreat last week there are so many things that people are talking about spending money on and at the same time lowering the amount of revenue. Lamar Alexander of Tennessee, a close McConnell ally who sits on the Senate Appropriations Committee, said: “Everything we spend we need to find a way to pay for.”
In the House, Trump could also face a wall of resistance from deficit hawks like Rep. John Cornyn, the No. A White House spokesperson did not respond to a request for comment, but the administration has been vague on its plans. 37.090240

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Trump Has Heated Exchange with Australian PM, Tells Mexican President to ‘Knock Out Tough Hombres’, Sources Say
Trump, Peña Nieto Speak on Phone After Canceled Meeting: White House Official After last week’s party retreat in Philadelphia, many Republicans also voiced concerns that there isn’t enough focus on reducing the debt and deficit — especially as Trump pushes Congress to green-light new infrastructure projects aside from the wall. James Lankford of Oklahoma is skeptical that Trump will get Mexico to pay for the wall, meaning he thinks Congress needs to find spending cuts to pay for the plan. Still, Trump wants to move quickly on the wall, within the first quarter of this year. President Donald Trump gives a thumbs up while he walks to Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House February 3, 2017 in Washington, DC. The Trump administration is working on a supplemental funding package to pay for border and national security, but that work has stalled as the Senate moves slowly to confirm Trump’s pick of Rep. “I don’t see how you can get a bill like that through (Congress) without offsets,” she added. Lisa Murkowski, a key swing vote who has already broken with Trump over his nominee for secretary of education. Sen. Bob Corker, Republican of Tennessee, when asked about the wall. White House lobbying
Behind the scenes, the Trump administration has tried to shore up support. “I don’t think we’re just going to be able to solve border security with a physical barrier because people can come under, around it and through it.”
Trump has increasingly said that Congress would fund the wall initially but would later be reimbursed completely by Mexico. And some GOP senators, like Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, suggest they’re open to paying for the wall even if it’s not offset by spending cuts. “It’s not a viable option.”
McCain added: “If you only build a wall, only a ‘wall,’ without using technology, individuals, drones, observations, etc., you’re not going to secure the border.”
Trump still has time to convince his party to go along, especially if he provides more details on his plans, given Republicans are largely united behind calls for more robust border security. But prominent Republicans say flatly that they don’t think Mexico will pay the United States back — and Mexican leadership has repeatedly said the same — meaning that taxpayers would be left holding the bag. 2 Senate Republican who represents the border state of Texas, was deeply skeptical about whether a wall alone would be enough to deter immigrants from entering the country illegally. “It looks like they’re going to blow up our budget,” Amash warned. (Credit: BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images)
A growing number of congressional Republicans are objecting to the cost and viability of a proposal that was a rallying cry for the billionaire businessman during his insurgent campaign. Interviews with more than a dozen GOP lawmakers across the ideological spectrum suggest Trump could have a difficult time getting funding for his plan approved by Congress. “I don’t count on Mexico to pay for our national security,” Lankford said. “It’s the responsibility of every nation to take care of their own security.”
Sen. “We have got a huge fiscal problem right now — $20.355 trillion in debt projected to add $9.7 trillion over the next 10 years. “I don’t want to see any spending, additional spending on anything done that is not paid for,” said Sen. But if Congress doesn’t go along with his funding plan, it could effectively stall Trump’s proposal right out of the gate. And it’s a recipe for disaster.”
Corker added he was concerned about a number of proposals that will add to the debt — not just the wall. John Kelly, the new secretary of Homeland Security, began to discuss with lawmakers this week his border security plans, sources said, but senators reported there were few details on the specifications of the wall. In one of his first moves as president, Trump took executive action to order the construction of the wall, with Spicer saying “his goal was to get the project started as quickly as possible” with existing funds and then “move forward and work with Congress on an appropriation schedule.” Spicer added that the American taxpayer will be “wholly respected.”
But lawmakers will need more convincing to agree to pay up.

US Military Scrambling to Explain Mix Up After Releasing Video of Yemen Raid Previously Posted Online

Thomas was adamant there was no pressure to release anything. The raid left one Navy SEAL dead, three wounded and led to civilian casualties. The US military is scrambling to explain an embarrassing mix-up after it released video obtained from Sunday’s raid in Yemen that turned out to have already been published online. 38.907192

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36-Year-Old Navy SEAL From Illinois Identified as U.S. Post-raid analysis has determined that several of the 14 AQAP operatives killed in the raid were terrorist network leaders and facilitators, according to CENTCOM. The video that was released is nine years old, according to US CENTCOM officials. “It does not matter when the video was made. Operational details, including the need for a moonless night, pushed the mission window back after January 20. Trump staffers, military officials and Obama-era Pentagon officials have said that the raid was also approved by commanders and Obama’s defense secretary. But the footage released Friday morning actually consisted of video that was previously available to the public. The group is thought to be the most capable of al Qaeda’s franchises. As the US troops came under fire, they called in an airstrike against the building, which likely led to civilian casualties, military officials said. A military spokesman acknowledged it was released without having been thoroughly analyzed. The video was meant to demonstrate the value of the weekend raid whose stated aim was to recover key intelligence about al Qaeda. An official at Central Command, which oversees US military operations in the Middle East, described the clips as excerpts from “al Qaeda terrorist training videos,” saying the release offers “a first look” at what the military recovered. Serviceman Killed During Operation in Yemen Former National Security Council staff under President Barack Obama criticized what they said were the Trump White House’s attempts to attribute the operation’s approval to the previous administration. As US Navy SEALs and special forces from the UAE approached the al Qaeda compound in Yemen, they were detected. President Donald Trump will visit US Central Command at MacDill Air Force Base in Florida on Monday, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer announced Friday. He said the President will receive briefings from military officials there and deliver an “all hands” address to US troops. Besides the “shoebomber,” the group was also behind the 2013 Boston Marathon attack, a 2010 plot to put bombs on cargo planes bound for two Jewish targets in the US and the deadly 2015 attack on the Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris. The dead include Sultan al Dhahab and Abd-al-Ra’uf al-Dhahab, two longstanding AQAP operational planners and weapons experts. The video was pulled because “we didn’t want to make it appear that we were trying to pass off old video,” said US Central Command spokesman Col. He insisted it was CENTCOM’S decision alone to put out the video and not an order from above. A White House official told CNN it was not involved in the Pentagon’s decision to release video of the January raid in Yemen. This story has been updated throughout to explain the mix-up over the video released by CENTCOM. The mistake was due “to our lack of having time to properly analyze it.”
“We were trying to provide an example of some of the things recovered on the raid,” Thomas said. It is still illustrative of who they are and what their intentions are,” said Capt. Ahead of the botched video release, Thomas had said that “the videos are one example of the volumes of sensitive al Qaeda terror-planning information recovered during the operation.”
He added, “What was captured from the site has already afforded insights into al Qaeda leadership, AQAP (Al Qaeda of the Arabian Peninsula) methods of exporting terror, and how they communicate.”
CENTCOM said the remainder of the recovered information will remain classified. The release of the new video clips comes as news has emerged regarding how the raid was authorized during the first days of Trump’s presidency. In the wake of the Obama administration’s raid that killed al Qaeda founder Osama bin Laden, the military released videos that were among the trove of documents and computers seized in that operation. The information was seized from a staging area, propaganda center and logistics hub for AQAP’s terrorist network this past weekend. Trump provided final approval for the raid because it required a presidential green light, but it was months in the making and was okayed at several levels before getting to the President’s desk. John Thomas. Jeff Davis, Pentagon spokesman. But the military said the footage, even if not fresh, was still of value. The military said the operation, known as a “site exploitation” raid, was geared toward collecting as much intelligence on the terror group as possible to facilitate future raids and strikes against al Qaeda and prevent terror attacks around the world. An intense firefight broke out that killed Chief Petty Officer William “Ryan” Owens and wounded three additional SEALs. Updates will continue as more information is available. During the gun battle, which featured small arms fire, hand grenades and close air support strikes from US aircraft, al Qaeda fighters — including some female combatants — took up firing positions on the roof of a nearby building.

Suspect in Killing of Man Found on Dirt Field in Lancaster Turns Himself in: LASD

Those who wish to leave a tip anonymously can contact Crime Stoppers by dialing 800-222-8477, or by using the website Mario Jose Estrada, 23, was accompanied by several family members when he surrendered to authorities at the Lancaster Sheriff Station, a news release from the department stated. The case remains under investigation, and anyone with information is asked to call the Sheriff’s Department’s Homicide Bureau at 323-890-5500. No other details about the homicide were immediately released. Estrada was booked into jail on a murder charge and is being held on 2 million bail, according to the Sheriff’s Department. 2, 2017, according to sheriff’s officials. The victim had been shot at least once. The suspect accused in the fatal shooting death of a man in Lancaster this week has turned himself in, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department announced Friday. Estrada on Thursday had been named as a suspect in the slaying of a 35-year-old man whose body was found in a dirt field in the 44700 block of Division Street, according to a previous sheriff’s news release. His name has not yet been released. A man’s body was located in a dirt field in Lancaster on Feb. Mario Jose Estrada is seen in a photo released by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. (Credit: KTLA)


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Lawyers for ‘El Chapo’ Say He Isn’t Happy With ‘Excessive’ Jail Conditions in New York

Guzman’s wife, Emma Coronel, who has not been permitted to visit him at a federal detention center in Manhattan, attended the hearing but did not comment outside court. 19, 2017. The indictment alleges that from 1989 to 2014 Guzman led a criminal enterprise responsible for importing and distributing massive amounts of narcotics and conspiring to murder rivals who posed a threat, Capers said. Guzman to choose a counsel when he’s locked up 23 hours a day” with limited visitation rights, defense attorney Michael Schneider told reporters. They also said the prior representation by the federal defenders of five potential witnesses created a conflict. “We think it’s ridiculous that the government expects Mr. Joaquin “El Chapo” Archivaldo Guzman Loera is shown with an NYPD official in a photo provided to CNN from a law enforcement source on Jan. Guzman has been detained at a federal detention center in Manhattan since his extradition. “This is the first time she’s seen him since he was brought to the United States.”
Guzman is charged with running a massive drug smuggling operation that laundered more than $14 billion. He was later captured in January 2016. Guzman’s next court appearance will be in May. For years, the notorious cartel leader played a game of cat-and-mouse with the law. The charges carry a minimum sentence of life in prison, according to US Attorney Robert Capers of the Eastern District of New York. Drug kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman is shown during his extradition to the U.S. “If they want him to have access to hire a lawyer, we believe he needs to be able to meet with his family or at least confer with his family,” Schneider said. Reputed drug kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman isn’t happy with jail conditions in America, his lawyers said Friday. Guzman’s lawyers said they would provide the court with a financial affidavit. “It has been very difficult,” Gelernt said of Coronel. “The current restrictions are excessive,” one attorney, Michelle Gelernt of the Federal Defenders of New York, told reporters after the hearing. “El Chapo” is the noted leader of the Sinaloa Cartel, which the US Justice Department describes as “one of the world’s most prolific, violent and powerful drug cartels,” moving billions and billions of dollars in marijuana, cocaine, heroin and methamphetamine. (Credit: Secretaria de Gobernacion via CNN)
Guzman wore dark blue prison garb during a status conference in federal court in Brooklyn, New York, where public defenders argued that their client’s 23 hours under lock-down each day, with limited visits, kept him from selecting a private attorney. on Jan. He faces other charges that include operation of a continuing criminal enterprise, conspiring to murder rivals and firearms violations. Gelernt also expressed concern about the legality of Guzman’s extradition from Mexico, saying that a Mexican government document agreeing to allow Guzman to be charged in Brooklyn had not been turned over to defense lawyers. During the 40-minute hearing, federal prosecutors argued that Guzman had financial means to afford lawyers and didn’t need a public defender. Mexico’s foreign ministry handed Guzman over to the US prosecutors in January after it said it had received assurances that if convicted, Guzman would not receive the death penalty. Guzman’s attorneys argued their client’s absence in court would be prejudicial, creating the appearance that he is too dangerous to appear at the hearing. Following Extradition From Mexico He escaped again in July 2015 from the maximum-security Altiplano federal prison near Toluca, Mexico, by crawling through an opening in the shower area of his cell block leading to a mile-long tunnel. Mexico opposes capital punishment. 19, 2017. A US judge initially ruled that Guzman, 59, would appear in court by video, but the order was changed after his attorneys asked the court to reconsider. Guzman was apprehended in February 2014. A game of cat-and-mouse
A day after his extradition, the master of escape, “El Chapo” pleaded not guilty in the New York federal court. In January 2001, he escaped from a prison in Jalisco in a laundry cart. Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman appears in a mugshot released by prison officials following the drug kingpin’s 2016 arrest. 40.712784

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Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman Arrives in U.S. Trafficking these drugs into the United States from Mexico is a business worth $19 billion to $20 billion annually, according to a Department of Homeland Security report.

Convicted Orange County Serial Killer Sentenced to Death

Steven Dean Gordon, who killed four women in Orange County in 2013 and 2014 with alleged accomplice Franc Cano, represented himself at his trial. (Credit: Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times)

Steven Dean Gordon, the homeless sex offender who was convicted last year of murdering four women in Orange County, was sentenced to death Friday for his crimes. Click here to read the full story on 33.745573

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Opening Statements Begin in Trial Against Accused Serial Killer Connected to Deaths of 4 Women in Orange County Orange County Superior Court Judge Patrick H. Donahue imposed the death sentence and ordered that Gordon be taken to death row at San Quentin. The same jury decided he should be executed for his crimes. In December, a jury convicted 47-year-old Gordon of murdering the women, who had been working as prostitutes in Santa Ana and Anaheim in 2013 and 2014. (Credit: Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times)

Convicted Orange County Serial Killer Sentenced to Death

Steven Dean Gordon, who killed four women in Orange County in 2013 and 2014 with alleged accomplice Franc Cano, represented himself at his trial.

Mya Discusses Latest Album and Grammy Nomination

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Make sure to grab a copy of Mya’s latest album “Smoove Jones” available now! And don’t miss Mya performing live February 17th at NOVO and February 18th at Soulquarius in Santa Ana.

Aimee Teegarden Talks New Chapter of Horror in “Rings”

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