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Thousands march through DTLA for gun control

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| "We should not be scared to get an education." Countless students and their supporters took to the streets of Southern California Saturday to rally against gun violence.

Why can't I find emergency maps all in one place?

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A commuter who lives in Ventura but works in Santa Barbara County asks KPCC why it's so hard to find out what's going on both where she lives and where she works.

King Tut's tomb treasures on tour in LA

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Air, light, breath and sweat have conspired to deteriorate the tomb's murals in Egypt's Valley of the Kings. It's a different story, though, for the touring artifacts that just arrived in Los Angeles.

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Here are the March For Our Lives events happening across Southern California

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March For Our Lives was created in the wake of the Feb. 14 school shooting in Parkland, Fla. that left 17 students and campus staff dead.

This is the 7th evacuation for one Montecito resident — since December

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Multiple evacuations take a toll on Montecito resident Gretchen Horn, who hasn't been home since the mudslides on Jan. 9 forced her and her family to leave. "I don’t want to be scared of my town, but it’s scary right now."

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OC cities threaten lawsuits to keep homeless shelters out

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County officials want to put up temporary homeless shelters in three OC cities to settle a federal lawsuit. City officials say they'll sue.

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Attorney General Becerra missed a debate and his opponents hit him for it

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Republicans Steven Bailey and Eric Early and Democrat Dave Jones threw barbs at Becerra and each other during a Sacramento Press Club debate.

Los Alamitos moves ahead on 'anti-sanctuary' ordinance

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Other cities could follow Los Alamitos' lead as it seeks to opt out of the state law that restricts police cooperation with immigration agents. But the issue could wind up in the courts.

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Is Orange County leaving mental health dollars on the table?

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A recent state audit found that counties have a total of $2.5 billion in unspent funds that they could be using to address mental health and homelessness.

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