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LA clergy abuse survivors demand action from pope

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| Pope Francis wrote a letter to Catholics responding to new reports of clergy sexual abuse. But survivors’ advocates in Los Angeles say that’s not enough.

Parker center demolition begins despite lawsuit

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The old LAPD headquarters will be replaced with an office skyscraper for LA City workers. The AIDS Healthcare Foundation wants the building converted to homeless housing.

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Body scanners are coming to LA Metro stations. Here's what we know about them

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Los Angeles Metro's subway system will become the first in the nation to install body scanners that screen passengers for weapons and explosives — without slowing them down at security lines.

More deportations likely for Cambodians in near future

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Although a federal judge gave a group of Cambodian immigrants a temporary reprieve from deportation, some still will be removed.

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Reunited migrant family starts tenuous new life in LA

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For separated migrant families, reuniting is one more step in their odyssey. Next comes the challenging of settling in — and fighting deportation.

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A hard 'climb back into society' for this homeless OC couple

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At the beginning of this year, Bejuique "Bay" Shambow and Bobby Austin were sleeping in a tent along the Santa Ana riverbed in Orange County. Then, in February, they and hundreds of their fellow campers were kicked out of the encampment by OC officials and given temporary shelter.

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California, LA county and city settle Aliso leak lawsuits

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Southern California Gas Co. will pay nearly $120 million under the agreement with state and local government settling suits from the Aliso Canyon methane leak.

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Why these California Jews are fighting for bail reform

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A coalition of Jewish organizations and synagogues have made bail reform a top legislative priority. They are pushing S.B. 10 to do away with the cash bail system.

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These photos from the Holy Fire in OC are terrifying

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The Holy Fire, which broke out around 1:30 p.m. Monday, has quickly grown to more than 700 acres and destroyed at least one structure.