Top LA news: Detained kids should get flu shots, BOS says; man charged in cab driver's murder; more

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LA sheriff wants answers in slayings of 'innocent' teen girls

Erin Lavender, 19, and Dalelaja Hearn, 17, were shot dead on Dec. 15, 2019. The case has not been solved.

Read the full story on ABC World News Tonight with David Muir.

Children held by Border Patrol should get flu vaccine, LA County says

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to challenge the federal government’s anti-flu vaccine policy for migrant children at border detention facilities.

Read the full story on NBC LA.

First-time, full-time college students can get 2 years of free tuition at Cal State universities if AB 1862 passes

In a new bill (AB 1862) introduced on Wednesday by Assembly Member Miguel Santiago and members of the Los Angeles Community College District Board, college students will get two years of tuition-free education at any California State university, if it passes and becomes law.

Read the full story on Fox 11 Los Angeles.

LA murders are down, but number of homeless homicide victims has increased

Even as murders in Los Angeles have decreased in recent years, the number of homeless homicide victims has gone up, authorities said.

Read the full story on KTLA 5 News.

Transient man charged in murder, carjacking of 68-year-old cab driver

A man was charged with murder Wednesday in the fatal stabbing of a cab driver in a Burger King parking lot last November, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced.

Read the full story on CBS Los Angeles.

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