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Top LA news: Video shows 'gruesome' hit-and-run, police say; LAPD tests out Tesla patrol car; more

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SuperShuttle is going out of business on Dec. 31

SuperShuttle, the shared van service that has carried passengers to and from airports across the U.S. and in Latin America, Canada, Europe and Asia, is going out of business, according to a newspaper report Thursday.

Read the full story on KTLA 5 News.

Video shows driver dump dying man off hood after ‘gruesome’ hit-and-run, LA cops say

A “gruesome” video released Wednesday shows a driver slam on the brakes to jar a man loose from the hood of a Ford Fusion after carrying him 150 feet, Los Angeles police say.

Read the full story on The Modesto Bee.

Lawsuit over fired LA Sheriff's deputy costing county taxpayers millions in attorney fees

A legal battle over Sheriff Alex Villanueva's efforts to reinstate fired deputy Caren Carl Mandoyan, who was accused of domestic violence, has already cost the county $3 million in legal fees.

Read the full story on ABC7.

Federal judge halts enforcement of LA's NRA disclosure law

A federal court blocked L.A. from enforcing a law that says businesses with contracts with the city must say whether they have ties to the NRA.

Read the full story on Los Angeles Times.

LAPD Hollywood Division tests out Tesla patrol car

Officers from the Los Angeles Police Department's Hollywood Division will be sporting a new set of wheels over the next few months after the station volunteered to test out a Tesla police cruiser.

Read the full story on KTLA 5 Morning News.

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