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Torrance Walmart Employee Files Revenge Porn Suit

A Walmart employee who worked at the retail corporation's Torrance location has sued her employer based on allegations that a co-worker distributed sexually explicit photos of her to other store employees. The plaintiff is only identified as Jane Doe in her suit; additional named defendants include Flora Garcia Solares and Lamar Davenport. 

Utah Bar Sends Nude Photo to Every Member

Lawyers all over Utah were surprised earlier this week when they opened an email from the Utah State Bar and found an image of a topless woman included. The email was supposed to advertise the Utah State Bar's annual spring convention in St. George, and was sent to every member of the Utah State Bar. 

Attention Focused on Threats Against Southern California Schools Following Florida Shootings

Following the February 14th shooting at a Parkland, Florida high school that left 17 dead, threats have been reported at various Southern California schools; including in Long Beach, Newport Beach, Manhattan Beach, Rancho Cucamonga, and Whittier. 

Los Angeles Middle School Shooting Deemed Accidental

A 15-year-old boy and 15-year-old girl suffered gunshot wounds as a result of a shooting at Salvador Castro Middle School on Thursday morning. Three other people suffered superficial face and head injuries. The shooting has been deemed an isolated incident involving negligence and accidental. 

Glee Actor Commits Suicide Prior to Sentencing for Child Pornography Charges

Mark Salling, the 35-year-old actor known for playing Puck on Glee, was found dead in a Los Angeles riverbed earlier this week. Salling recently negotiated a plea deal for child pornography charges and was scheduled to be sentenced in March. His death has been ruled a suicide. 

Man Detonates Homemade Bomb Under Port Authority Bus Terminal in NYC

A man rode the subway from Brooklyn to Manhattan in New York City with a bomb strapped to him before detonating the explosive in an underground passageway under the Port Authority Bus Terminal. Despite the incident occurring during rush-hour crowds, there were no deaths and only five people were injured. 

Man Freed after Decades in Prison for Wrongful Conviction

A man freed earlier this week after 39 years in prison for a murder he did not commit was home for Thanksgiving dinner this week. Craig Coley, convicted for a double murder in Simi Valley in 1978, was exonerated of all charges after it was discovered Coley was convicted on a key piece of evidence that did not contain any of his DNA. 

Palos Verdes Teen Charged With Murder for Gang-Related Shooting

The 18-year-old son of a wealthy Palos Verdes family was arrested and charged with murder in connection with an October 1st gang-related shooting in Los Angeles. Cameron Terrell, a senior at Palos Verdes High School, is believed to have driven the getaway car following the fatal shooting of Justin Alongino Holmes.