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LA street vendors can sell legally now, but costs are a worry

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| Some street vendors who cheered the City Council's move to legalize sidewalk sales back in November are now worried about whether they'll be able to afford the cost of operating legally. Others are upset about having to leave the no-vending zones the city created, including the busy Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Nearly 2,000 trek to California desert for 50th Anniversary of Manzanar pilgrimage

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The first pilgrimage to Manzanar was organized in 1969 by Japanese-American activists.

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FBI says it stopped terrorist attacks planned across Southern California

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Law enforcement officials announced Monday that they've arrested a man from the San Fernando Valley neighborhood of Reseda who they say was planning multiple terrorist attacks across Southern California.

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Nearly 60 percent of Orange County homeless sleep outside

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The official number of homeless people in Orange County is up 43 percent from 2017 but the increase is likely due, in part, to a change in methodology.

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LA foster kids will get free smartphones starting in June

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The California Public Utilities Commissioners voted Thursday to approve a two-year pilot program that will give eligible foster youths free phones.

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LA’s overseas Indians pitch in for Modi

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Tens of thousands of Narendra Modi supporters have mobilized at local Hindu temples in Norwalk and Anaheim.

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Armenian church leaders play key role in Genocide Remembrance Day

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Armenians across Los Angeles marked the 104th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide with marches and vigils.

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Bomb threat made to Muslim civil rights organization in Anaheim

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A female caller threatened to blow up the Anaheim headquarters of the Council on American Islamic Relations.

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Port workers rally against automation

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The Los Angeles Board of Harbor Commissioners was set to decide on whether to approve a key construction permit.

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