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Thousands of DACA recipients may miss renewal deadline

When the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program was rescinded, an Oct. 5 deadline was set for many recipients to renew their status to work and live here legally.

Something you didn't know is illegal may soon be made legal

The California Legislature this week passed a measure that would make it legal for pedestrians to enter the crosswalk during the flashing countdown. Many didn't know it was illegal.

Anaheim declares homelessness emergency

Anaheim City Council voted Tuesday to declare a public health and safety emergency because of the hundreds of homeless people living along the Santa Ana River.

Snow leopard cubs unveiled at Los Angeles Zoo

The cubs have spent the last four months growing behind the scenes as they bonded with their mother and gained enough strength to navigate their outdoor habitat.

​A third of wells shut down at Aliso Canyon gas facility site

State regulators and the company said there were no risks to public health or safety and no release of gas into the atmosphere.

Mexican diplomat's California visit leads to LA

In Los Angeles, Videgaray will announce support for young immigrants affected by DACA — hundreds of thousands of whom are Mexican.

This bill is designed to help CA's sweaty indoor workers

The state has 16 months to draft an indoor heat standard, which sets rules to protect workers. This week lawmakers consider a bill to speed up the process.

LA loves the Olympics, even though they're 11 years away

Spurned by Boston, the U.S. Olympic Committee turned to L.A., which almost instantly commissioned a poll showing 88 percent of its residents supported bringing the Olympics back to the city.

Amber Alert: Missing New Mexico kids could be in SoCal

Authorities believe the three boys are with their mother, 28-year-old Laria Anderson, who could be driving them through to Southern California, where she has family.

Hurricane Irma is affecting travel — all the way in Southern California

If you bought a flight that takes you to — or through — Florida, you'll want to check in with your airline.

California National Guard heads to Florida to help with Hurricane Irma

Two Pave Hawk helicopters and 130 airmen have been deployed. Most will help with search and rescue efforts while the rest focus on coordinating military and civilian personnel.

3 killed in multi-vehicle crash near Riverside

Several lanes of Route 60 were shut down in both directions following the crash, which occurred early Saturday.

How LA's Oaxacan community is helping earthquake victims

The Oaxacan community in Los Angeles is coming together on Saturday to raise money for victims of this week's 8.1 earthquake in Mexico.

Relentless storms strain SoCal rescue workers

First Harvey and now Irma... Consecutive hurricanes and wildfires have exhausted crews who come to help with these disasters.

Could London-style toll zones reduce LA traffic?

Congestion pricing involves charging a toll to drive on certain roads during rush hour. Experts say it can work, but it's not a politically popular idea.

Animals shelters, coming to a strip mall near you

LA city moved to allow animal shelters and pet centers in commercial areas, where in the past they were restricted to industrial zones.