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Russell Harvard says any play can be done in American Sign Language


The actor is featured in the Deaf West Theatre production of "Our Town" at the Pasadena Playhouse, which pairs hearing-impaired performers with speaking actors.

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LA County pays $1.7 million to settle jail suicide lawsuit

The Twin Towers Correctional Facility in

The lawsuit by Eric Loberg's daughers alleged that Twin Towers staff failed to properly assess his mental condition or the degree to which he was a suicide risk.

Politics More

Federal judge in Hawaii blocks Trump's third attempt at travel ban

Protestors Rally Against Immigration Ban On Wall Street

The newest version of the "travel ban" was due to go into effect on Wednesday. Like two previous executive orders, it was challenged in multiple courts.

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How the insurance process works for wildfire victims

Multiple Wildfires Destroy Homes, Threaten California Wine Country

The wildfires in Northern California caused tens of thousands of Californians to lose their homes at the same time.

Education More

Netflix CEO gives $75k to LAUSD board member's defense

Ref Rodriguez

Netflix founder Reed Hastings, a megadonor to pro-charter school causes, has put up $75,000 to help pay LAUSD board member Ref Rodriguez's legal bills.

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'Bad Hombre': Jazz drummer/composer Antonio Sánchez's musical response to Donald Trump

Antonio Sánchez

The Mexican-American jazz drummer talks about drum improvisations and creating an album that directly responds to Donald Trump's rhetoric about Mexicans in the U.S.

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Wait list for LA housing assistance opens after 13 years


The Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles last opened the wait list for Section 8 vouchers in 2004. At the time, about 300,000 people applied. Officials expect at least 600,000 to apply this period.