Top LA news: Man drives down street with light pole embedded in car; more

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Fundraiser held for family of 14-year-old killed, sister critically injured while walking to school

The Los Angeles Police Department Newton Station will host a four-hour fundraiser on Wednesday to raise money for the family of two sisters who were struck by a big rig while walking to school, killing one of the girls and critically injuring the other.

Read the full story on Fox 11 Los Angeles.

LA considers banning landlords from rejecting section 8 tenants

According to a study, L.A. landlords deny renting to Section 8 recipients 76 percent of the time.

Read the full story on CBS Los Angeles.

Man drives 20 feet down Boyle Heights street with light pole embedded in hood

A man is OK after crashing a pickup truck into a light pole and pushing it 20 feet down a street in the Boyle Heights neighborhood of South Los Angeles Wednesday. 

Read the full story on KTLA 5 Morning News.

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