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What 9/11 Was Like In Los Angeles

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| The tragedy was felt in Los Angeles as it was around the world, and like other major cities across the country, L.A.'s emergency services had to swing into action.

These Deaf Writers Couldn't Find A Community In LA — So They Created A TV Show


Shoshannah Stern and Josh Feldman created and star in "This Close," which returns to SundanceTV for its third season.

100-Year-Old Fosselman's Branches Out With A New Ice Cream Shop In Glendora


Every day is like a sundae at The Ice Cream Shop, a sleeker, trendier extension of the family business.

SoCal Catholics Walk 50 Miles To Celebrate Annual Immigrant Mass


The Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles held a special mass this weekend, in solidarity with the immigrant community. The 8th annual service took place Saturday at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in downtown L.A. But a group of Catholics from Orange County began a 3-day, 52-mile walking pilgrimage there Thursday morning.

These Latina Businesses Are Changing How LA Shops — Online And IRL


To brick-and-mortar or not to brick-and-mortar? That is the question.

17 Awesome Things To Do In Southern California This Week


Ask a mortician about death. Check out a doc about Los Tigres Del Norte. Taste wines from the Valle de Guadalupe. Learn Latin history from John Leguizamo.

The Arroyo Seco Bike Path Has Been Closed Since January. What Gives?


The short answer: a perfect storm of bureaucracy. The long answer might make your brain cry.

Conception Boat Fire: Here's The Latest On The Tragedy Off Santa Cruz Island


The dive boat caught fire early Monday and later sank with 34 people aboard.

L.A.’s No-touch, Automated, Self-cleaning, Singing Park Restroom


Angelenos have more than a dozen self-cleaning automated toilets scattered around the city and county, but the first to go into a Los Angeles City park was opened recently. KPCC's Sharon McNary visited.