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Top LA news: Sheriff's deputies say they were beaten by colleagues; housing vacancies report; more

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

Dog owner seeks apology from dog sitting app after 9-month-old pug dies

Los Angeles resident Constance Melkonian was seeking an explanation from the dog sitting company Rover after her 9-month old pug Shrimp died while being cared for by a Rover app sitter.

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Exclusive: Los Angeles sheriff's deputies say they were beaten by fellow deputies

Two Los Angeles County deputies who say they were beaten and strangled by fellow deputies in a department gang spoke exclusively to Eyewitness News.

Read the full story on ABC7.

City Council report will seek out landlords who keep homes vacant

In an attempt to penalize landlords who keep units empty in the face of a growing housing crisis, the Los Angeles City Council Wednesday ordered the preparation of a report on the number of vacant residences.

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2 prosecutors fined in case against La Luz del Mundo church leader charged with child rape

A Los Angeles judge sanctioned two prosecutors Thursday for failing to turn over evidence in the case of a Mexican megachurch leader charged with child rape and human trafficking. 

Read the full story on KTLA 5 News.

Tyler Skaggs death: DEA launches probe into source of drugs found in Angels pitcher's system

The DEA is investigating where Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs obtained the drugs that were in his system when he was found unresponsive in a Texas hotel room in July.

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