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LA pastor held after meeting with immigration officials

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Pastor Noe Carias Mayorga, once low priority for deportation under the Obama administration, finds he's no longer that under President Trump's immigration enforcement.

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New San Gabriel trench may help preserve historic mission

Trains will begin passing through the $313 million project in a couple of weeks, alleviating congestion for motorists — and wear-and-tear on the mission.

Brush fire threatens homes in La Verne

Dozens of firefighters aided by fixed-wing aircraft responded to a fire near Live Oak Canyon in La Verne late Sunday afternoon. Police issued voluntary evacuations for nearby residents.

Water gushes through South LA streets after pipe bursts

Traffic was diverted and pavement buckled but no major damage was reported from the main break around 6:30 a.m. Sunday.

LAFD wants to spark an interest in female firefighting

The Los Angeles Fire Department is hosting a Girls Camp this weekend in hopes of cultivating more interest in firefighting as a career for women.

​'Complete devastation' for some near Detwiler wildfire

The wildfire that has scorched 117.5 square miles threatened at least 1,500 homes and forced almost 5,000 people to evacuate.

California gets ready to begin roadwork with new funds

Revenue from a gas tax hike adopted earlier this year won't start flowing in until the fall, but state officials want to jump-start road repair projects.

A fairytale ending for (at least some) Alfred Angelo bridesmaids

At least three bridesmaids got their dresses, despite the company's abrupt closure. Its bankruptcy filing suggests more than 2,000 Californians await dresses.

As Haitians' US stay restricted, others fear they're next

Haitians living temporarily in the U.S. following an earthquake in 2010 could lose their protection next year, making Central Americans and others nervous.

LA kayaker escapes shark attack near Santa Barbara beach

The man was able to swim to safety after a shark bit into his kayak near Stearns Wharf in Santa Barbara's East Beach area.

Free concerts coming to libraries in L.A. County

From Americana and rock to Caribbean and soul, some 21 concerts will be offered at Los Angeles County libraries this summer and fall.

4 injured as helicopter crash-lands on Sherman Oaks street

The aircraft did not catch fire, and nobody on the ground was hurt. Four people who were on board appeared to have non-life-threatening injuries, fire officials reported.

Sheriff says woman stole car with autistic teen

The Sheriff's Department said early Friday that 17-year-old Frank Barboa was in a black 2015 Honda Civic with gray rims, a cracked front windshield and license plate 7LGH091.

Judge denies Baca's request to remain free pending appeal

Former L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca asked to stay out of prison while he appeals his conviction. A judge denied the request but the defense said it'll appeal that, too.

Tempered optimism over a new 'Dream Act' bill in the Trump era

A new version of legislation long known as the Dream Act has returned to the Senate. But the bipartisan bill likely faces an uphill climb.