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Fastest growing private U.S. firm is in Lincoln Heights; armed suspect sought in Boyle Heights; firefighter magnet school opens at Wilson High

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  • Lincoln Heights-based Loot Crate,  which sells monthly deliveries of action figures, comic books and other items, has been ranked as the fastest-growing, privately-held company in America, according to Inc. Magazine. Annual revenues for the company have jumped from $125,000 to $116 million. The company’s Lincoln Heights location has helped keep costs low and attract employees, CEO Chris Davis told KPCC. “We’re able to recruit a lot of people that want to live on the east side but don’t want to commute out west.”  KPCC
  • A new magnet program at Wilson High in El Sereno is focused on preparing students for careers as firefighters and paramedics. It’s one of 16 new magnet programs launched by L.A. Unified in an effort to boost enrollment, which has dropped by 200,000 since 2003. L.A. Times
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