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Costa Mesa Residents Applaud Results Of Homeless Shelter

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Despite initial concerns about the shelter from neighbors, they say the surrounding area has been cleaned up since it opened in April.

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LA's Armenian Americans Search For Identity

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Southern California has the largest Armenian population outside of Armenia or Moscow. Now, a century after the genocide, younger Armenians are working to connect with their cultural identities in new ways.

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Activists Clash With Officials At California Horse Racing Board Meeting

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Board commissioners passed a motion backing a state bill that would make it easier to cancel horse races when safety issues arise.

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West Hollywood Officials Join #StopTheBans Protests After Denouncing Anti-Abortion Laws

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As #StoptheBans protests supporting reproductive health took place across the country, West Hollywood officials voted to condemn anti-abortion legislation in states like Alabama and Georgia.

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San Clemente Considers Designated Camping Area For Homeless

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San Clemente is considering revising its anti-camping regulations to designate an area where homeless people are officially allowed to camp.

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Migrants released by feds at Southern California bus stations

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Border Patrol officials confirmed that they’ve recently dropped migrants off at bus stations in Southern California. The agency said large numbers in Border Patrol custody have "placed us at the breaking point.”

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Immigrant Rights Activist Nativo Lopez dies at 68

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Lopez died Sunday after a brief battle with cancer.

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