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​USC's Darnold, UCLA's Rosen to square off for 1st time

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| Sam Darnold and Josh Rosen were born four months apart and grew up on opposite sides of Los Angeles'.

Fake CHP officer pulls over woman and gropes her

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The incident happened along the 105 freeway in Downey. The suspect was dressed in a uniform-style shirt and pants and was even equipped with a utility belt that included a pistol.

Metro to offer ride-hailing service to transit stops

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Los Angeles County is in the midst of a transit-building boom, but still less than a quarter of the population lives within walking distance of a train or rapid bus stop.

LA County sees upswing in worker sexual harassment complaints

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Since July, the county has received more than 3,000 complaints from workers alleging sexual harassment and other workplace issues. The city of L.A. is moving to review its policies.

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LA County patrol car collision kills 2 children

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Two children have been killed as a result of collision involving a Los Angeles County sheriff's patrol car and two other vehicles.

Neighborhoods near La Tuna Fire vulnerable to mudslides

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Los Angeles County Public Works has cleared debris basins and is installing mud-steering measures in its areas, but many residents have yet to prep their homes.

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In LA County, white supremacist hate incidents rise

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The overall number of hate crimes reported in Los Angeles County in 2016 remained level. But there’s been a shift in who's targeted and who targets, a new county report says. Have a story about hate or bias? Share it as part of a national news project, "Documenting Hate."

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Fake bodies, real ink at Natural History Museum's tattoo exhibit

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A new exhibit delves into the 5,000-year history of tattoo and features more than 125 images and objects, from historical artifacts to contemporary designs tattooed onto silicone models.

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No Place Like LA: Hate traffic? It makes Polly feel at home

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To KPCC listener Polly Morris, the open spaces of Arizona had nothing on the traffic - and vibrant life - of L.A.

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