Twenty-eight years ago, the iconic city of Los Angeles fell into a state of historic unrest after four police officers were acquitted in the savage beating of an African-American man named Rodney King. King suffered skull fractures, permanent brain damage and broken bones during the vicious attack, which was captured on video and sparked a national conversation about police brutality and racial inequality that continues to this day. The trial drew worldwide media attention after a man named George Holliday filmed the beating from the balcony of his apartment and sent the recording to KTLA, a local news station, in King, who was on parole for robbery at the time, led police on a high-speed chase before the incident occurred. He was later released without charge.
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By Sarah Abraham For Dailymail. The year-old Hills darling was seen in Los Angeles as she ran some errands, snagging some sweet treats from a local Studio City bakery and hitting up Walgreens. No grand gestures needed on the hallmark holiday, Port looked to have all she needed just by being in the company of her family. Laid back love: Whitney Port, 35, runs errands in Los Angeles with husband Tim Rosenman and son Sonny, three, as she and the family enjoyed a chilled out Valentine's Day in sweats. Usually a beacon of style, Port opted for comfort as she sported grey joggers and an old T-shirt with a stylish pullover. Daring to wear socks and Birkenstocks while out and about, she was seen making quite a few stops as she grabbed a pressed juice and a nice cup of coffee.
As migrants cross the Rio Grande in hopes of applying for asylum in the U. San Diego Convention Center to shelter first migrant girls this weekend. The unaccompanied teens, ages 13 to 17, are expected to arrive Saturday night.
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