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The San Diego Chargers announce they're moving to L.A., making media literacy part of the school curriculum, is the fish you ordered really the fish you're eating?
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An in-depth analysis of president-elect Trumps first press conference, the DA's announcement in the El Cajon shooting, can a new attorney general impact state laws on pot?
Obama's farewell, the challenges of mothering middle school-aged children, U2's "The Joshua Tree" turns 30
President Obama gives his final speech as president, research finds that the toughest time for a mom is when children are in middle school, and U2's iconic album "The Joshua Tree" turns 30.
Making 'California Great Again,' iconic giant sequoia felled by powerful storm, the uncertain future of LA's famous Formosa Cafe.
California Republicans aim to turn the blue state red under Trump, the pass-thru sequoia called Pioneer Cabin falls in powerful winter storm, and the future of historic Formosa Cafe in question after sudden closure.
The LA County District Attorney's office requests Raymond Lee Jennings' murder conviction be set aside, Mammoth gears up for more snow, why we just can't quit Jack in the Box tacos.
Secretary of Veterans Affairs meets with LA Mayor Eric Garcetti about homeless veterans; tour of Skid Row's Union Rescue Mission; a surge in homeless families.