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81 women have gone back to court alleging that Sharp HealthCare, Sharp Grossmont Hospital's nonprofit parent company, installed hidden cameras in three labor and delivery rooms, and violated their privacy. The hospital said that it was meant to catch the thieves responsible for the disappearance of a powerful anesthetic from drug carts. (NBC)

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Former federal prosecutor Lori Lightfoot took home the victory in Chicago's mayoral race yesterday, making her the city's first African American female mayor. She had 74% of the vote with 66% of the precincts reporting as of 9:30 p.m. last night. She's also slated to become the city's first openly gay mayor, and will be sworn in on May 20th. (ABC)

"Oildale," the film shot entirely in Bakersfield, will be getting an encore screening at the Fox Theater. The film is the story of a group of homeless combat veterans who cross paths with a teenage girl and her little brother who have fallen on hard times. An encore screening is set for April 13 at 1 p.m. at the Fox Theater. (KGET TV)

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