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Most L.A. County Dams In “Satisfactory’ Condition

The 91 dams in Los Angeles County and 40 in Orange County are in pretty good shape, though some could present dangers in extreme circumstances, the state Department... Read more »

Kaiser Fined $2.2 Million For Not Providing Required Medicaid Data

<p>California officials have again slapped health care giant Kaiser Permanente with a multimillion-dollar fine for failing to provide data on patient care... Read more »

Move To End DACA Leaves Some Young Immigrants Fearing For Their Health

LOS ANGELES — For 26-year-old Paulina Ruiz, having legal immigration status is about more than going to school or holding a job. It’s about staying healthy. The... Read more »

DACA’s D-Day: ‘We Vow to Fight’

At press conferences and protests across the country Tuesday, elected officials and immigrant activists lashed out angrily against Pres. Donald Trump’s decision... Read more »

California Troops Sue Trump Administration Over Transgender Ban

A human rights group filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday in Los Angeles against President Donald J. Trump and other top members of his administration, alleging that... Read more »

Trump Rescinds DACA: 800,000 Recipients at Risk

Southland Democratic leaders and immigrant advocates lashed out harshly today at the Trump Administration decision to phase out the Deferred Action for Childhood... Read more »

With Trump Action Expected Soon, Hundreds Rally In L.A. To Support DACA

Hundreds of activists and immigrants gathered in downtown Los Angeles today to rally in support of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which could... Read more »

L.A. Drops Columbus for Indigenous People

The City Council voted Wednesday to replace Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples Day as an official Los Angeles holiday, siding with critics who said the explorer’s... Read more »

L.A. Unified Grads Falling Short In College

In what’s being billed as the first extensive effort to track the college success of Los Angeles Unified School District graduates, a study released Wednesday... Read more »

County D.A. Warns Residents About ‘Blessing Hoax’

The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office warned people with deep religious or spiritual beliefs to be aware of a hoax that can result in the loss of cash... Read more »

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