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Top LA news: Slain LAPD Officer remembered; County Inspector General rips Sheriff over transparency

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Los Angeles.

LA Beer and Taco fest leaves Angelenos feeling salty

A foodie event in downtown Los Angeles was catching a lot of flak online after some people who attended the event were promised unlimited tacos and beer, and ended up waiting hours for two sample-sized tacos.

Read the full story on NBC LA.

Woman shares terrifying 'Number Neighbor' story

A Los Angeles woman says her 'Number Neighbor' experience took a dark turn and now she's warning others of the possible downsides to the latest social media game.

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Slain LAPD Officer Juan Diaz remembered at memorial service

Family, friends and colleagues said their final goodbye to slain Los Angeles police Officer Juan Jose Diaz at a memorial service Monday.

Read the full story on ABC7.

County Inspector General rips Sheriff for refusing to provide transparency

The 11-page report said Villanueva has refused to cooperate with a public transparency agreement established with his predecessor, Sheriff Jim McDonnell.

Read the full story on KCET.

Equinox developer targeted by anti-Trump protesters is big player in downtown LA

Equinox developer targeted by Trump protesters is key player in Grand Avenue development.

Read the full story on Los Angeles Times.

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