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Here's the latest on the Woolsey Fire and Hill Fire burning in Ventura and LA counties

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| Firefighters have managed to increase containment on the Woolsey Fire, but they face another day of tough fire weather as the Santa Ana winds pick up speed. Two civilian deaths and three firefighter injuries have now been linked to the blaze.

What we know about the victims of the Borderline bar shooting in Thousand Oaks

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Twelve people were killed when a man opened fire at the Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks late Wednesday night.

Thousand Oaks mass shooting: 13 dead, including gunman

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Around 11:20 p.m., authorities received multiple 911 calls of shots being fired at The Borderline Bar and Grill.

Compton and Willowbrook's Brown Water Might Finally Get Fixed

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For the first time in state history, California has ordered the takeover of a water district. And it's named LA County's Public Works Department for the task.

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Feds blame minor errors for immigration court confusion

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The nation’s immigration courts are already dealing with a backlog of more than 760,000 pending cases. But things got even messier this week in L.A. and elsewhere.

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Angelenos celebrate first ‘Secular Day of the Dead’

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The new event allows participants in Los Angeles who don’t practice religion to celebrate a cultural tradition that many have grown up with.

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Rocket Scientists Go All Out for Pumpkin Carving Competition

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The mechanical engineers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory spend weeks on their pumpkins, building everything from spaceships to movie scenes.

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One clergy abuse survivor wants more accountability in LA

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After an explosive grand jury report on Catholic Church abuse in Pennsylvania and an FBI probe, survivors in Southern California call for similar accountability.

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The block that Prop. 13 built: Similar homes, different taxes

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As California home prices reach staggering new highs, the growing disparity between what newer and older homeowners pay on similarly valued property has renewed a problematic question: Is Prop. 13 fair?