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Southern California sees renewed fire danger amid dry winds

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| The National Weather Service says the warm, dry air could drop humidity levels into the single digits Wednesday.

Judge to hear arguments in OC homeless lawsuit

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A federal judge will hear arguments for and against halting Orange County's efforts to clear homeless encampments from the Santa Ana River.

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As LA weighs legal street vending, state bill aims to move ahead

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A state bill aims to decriminalize street vending, as Los Angeles did last year. But the legislation also pushes local governments to license vendors.

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Immigrants losing deportation protection have few options

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Immigrant service agencies in Southern California are hurrying to screen those who will lose their temporary permission to live and work legally in the U.S.

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LA Times business editor returns after internal leak inquiry

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The editor made a triumphant return after a brief suspension. Kimi Yoshino told colleagues she had been questioned about a conversation with a New York Times reporter.

Debris removal continues in storm-stricken Montecito

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Santa Barbara County authorities say five of 11 debris catch-basins have been cleared, amounting to about 36 percent of the needed work.

P-23 mountain lion found dead near road

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The big cat had been tracked almost her entire life, as she established her home range and had three litters of kittens.

Syrian immigrants can renew deportation protection — for now

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The Trump administration is allowing about 7,000 Syrian immigrants temporarily renew their ability to live in the U.S. legally, but it is unclear what happens next.

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Rising car ownership may be cause for fewer transit riders

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A UCLA study suggests people in groups that traditionally use mass transit are buying more cars, which may be causing the decline in train and bus ridership.

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