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Josie Huang reports on Asian American communities for KPCC. She previously covered housing and immigration for the station. She grew up in Taiwan and Maryland, and worked in public radio and newspapers in New England before joining KPCC in 2012.
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The Mayor's Office opened up council chambers and the rotunda so volunteers could provide legal assistance to those eligible for the federal Deferred Action program.
A New Year's Eve attack by two Latino men from Compton on four African-Americans prompted the creation of a special legislative committee to explore race issues.
In immigration news: Obama promises post-shutdown reform push, deportation milestone approaching, Latinos and the Dodgers, more
President Obama says immigration reform will become a priority again once the fiscal crisis is resolved. This and more.
Two incidents at Rick Warren's Saddleback Church exposed tensions between Asian-American churchgoers and the larger evangelical Christian community.
Mexico escapes elimination one more time and sends it's soccer fans on an emotional roller coaster ride. Next stop - Costa Rica
A UCLA analysis of 67 scripted cable and broadcast shows found that those with more diverse cast members posted above-average ratings.
Republicans hire their first-ever Hispanic state director in California and announce a new strategy to court the Latino vote in strategic areas across the country.
Bone marrow donations can potentially save the lives of people with leukemia, lymphoma and other blood cancers. But it can be difficult finding donors, especially within certain ethnic communities.
The new law is directed at workers in situations where providing one-on-one personal care accounts for 80 percent or more of their duties.
Irvine is now one of the hottest real estate markets in the nation, partly due to its appeal to Asian homebuyers attracted to the planned community’s wide boulevards, open space and new construction.
Immigration reform advocates see an opening to take center stage and build momentum for federal action.
When "The Talk" co-host Julie Chen disclosed her eyelid surgery, she set off a storm of reaction on social media, including criticism and praise.
Speaking by phone at an event in the Crawford Family Forum, members of California's Congressional delegation backed President Obama's shift in focus from a military strike.
4,000 people showed up on Monday to take an entrance exam to be a firefighter in Pasadena, even though the fire department has only 10 vacancies.
A developer is suing L.A. for granting special status to a planned memorial intended to recognize Japanese detained by the U.S. government during World War 2.