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World Series ticket scams are everywhere

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| As many as 30 fans got shut out of Game 3 and suckered out of their money because of fake tickets.

VA still has years to go to finish housing effort in West LA

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The plan to revitalize the sprawling West L.A. VA campus calls for 1,200 units of permanent housing — but the first 500 of those won't come online until late 2020.

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SoCal's biggest, most die-hard Dodgers fans are...

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We asked you to prove your Dodgers pride, and boy, the women delivered. Here are some of the best responses we got in honor of the World Series this week.

A family with 5 generations of Dodgers fans

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At 93, Andres Raul Marruffo is one of L.A.’s oldest Dodgers fans. His family feels the love, too: "Baseball was always the one thing that brought us together."

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Man plows his car through an immigration rally in Brea

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The driver, Daniel Wenzek, was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon but was later released pending results of the investigation.

Carpool cheaters on toll roads may face a crackdown

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About a quarter of drivers using the toll lanes aren’t paying their fair share, with many lying about carpooling.

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Grand Central Market turns 100 — and it has lived many lives

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The owner of a long-time stall that sells Latino groceries talks about how the food hall has changed in recent years.

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Less street sweeping could make all of LA cleaner

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The city controller says street sweeping doesn't happen equally across the city. Reducing service in some neighborhoods could help other areas.

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ICE targets Cambodians with deportation orders

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Federal officials have arrested as many as 100 Cambodians nationwide as part of a push to send them back to their homeland.

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