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LA Immigrant Advocates Cheer SCOTUS Decision On Census Citizenship Question

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| Immigrant advocates and local politicians gathered at L.A.'s Grand Park to celebrate Thursday's U.S. Supreme Court ruling that keeps a citizenship question off the 2020 census, at least for the time being.

OC Leaders Strike Compromise To Revamp Airport Facilities For Private Planes

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A deal struck among key stakeholders limits space for big corporate jets at John Wayne, reserving more space for smaller and quieter craft.

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Malibu Tests New Emergency Contact System

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As the city recovers after last year’s devastating Woolsey fire, it is looking for better ways to communicate with residents during disasters.

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La Luz Del Mundo Members Offer Prayers For Leader Charged With Sex Crimes

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Since Naason Joaquin Garcia was arrested last week and charged with human trafficking and other crimes, many members in La Luz Del Mundo have been quick to support him.

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How You Can Be A Part Of KPCC’s Reporting

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While you’re listening to us, we’re also listening to you.

How My Childhood Helped Me Become The Reporter I Am Today

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It's strange to think how much my parents raised me for the job I have now.

La Luz del Mundo church leader charged with child rape

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The leader of the Guadalajara, Mexico-based church La Luz del Mundo was facing arraignment Wednesday in Los Angeles on charges including rape and human trafficking.

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My Job Is To Make Sure LA Veterans’ Stories Get Told. What Do You Want To Know?

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I want our listeners to understand the role vets play in our lives and the struggles they face, but I need your help.

'Free Money; Free Land' For Homeless Shelter In San Clemente

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San Clemente leaders have brushed aside offers to build a homeless shelter in the beach town. Meanwhile, residents are increasingly irate over growing encampments.

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