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A New California Law Will Allow More Victims Of Childhood Sexual Abuse To Sue

Aaron Schrank
| The law suspends the statute of limitations for child sex abuse cases for a three-year period starting in January.

Silverlake Independent JCC Blends Old And New Traditions In Yom Kippur Prayer Service

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The fourth annual Yom Kippur service at the Jewish Community Center was led by Deanna Neil, the founder of ‘Pop-Up Shul.’

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NBA Fan Raises $43K In Under Two Days To Support HK Protesters At Season Opener in LA

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The NBA season opens in less than two weeks at Staples Center. It’s a must-see match-up between the Lakers and Clippers. But one fan wants to make the night memorable for another reason: Hong Kong democracy.

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LA's Top Asian American Civil Rights Group Suffers Staff Losses

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The largest Asian American advocacy organization in Los Angeles has announced major layoffs that  could affect services offered to thousands each year.  

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​Facing Eviction in L.A., This Vietnamese Grandmother Fought Back

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L.A.'s Chinatown has long drawn newcomers from China and Southeast Asia. In recent years, gentrification has been squeezing some of these immigrants out.

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Orange County High Schools Respond To Hate

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In November, several members of Garden Grove's Pacifica High School boys' water polo team played a Nazi-era marching song through speakers at an off-campus event, hoisting their right arms in 'Sieg Heil' salutes. It wasn't the first Orange County high school to make headlines recently for hateful student behavior - or the last.

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These LA Doctors Do House Calls At Homeless Encampments

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For the more than 100,000 people living homeless in California, each day is is a personal health crisis. Now, some doctors are taking healthcare to the street.

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SoCal's Refugee Community Taking Planned New Restrictions Hard

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The Trump administration has proposed capping the number of refugees to be admitted in the coming year to 18,000 -- a historic low.

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What 9/11 Was Like In Los Angeles

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The tragedy was felt in Los Angeles as it was around the world, and like other major cities across the country, L.A.'s emergency services had to swing into action.