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Immigrant Rights Activist Nativo Lopez dies at 68

Glenn Koenig/Nativo Lopez Vigil FB event
| Lopez died Sunday after a brief battle with cancer.

New study finds most of LA's freeways are slowing down

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New research compares says more than half of 56 studied LA freeway sections, have slowed down over the past five years. And experts say adding more lanes won't help.

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Governor Wants To House Homeless On State-Owned Land In OC

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Newsom's proposal is based on a bill from Assemblymember Sharon Quirk-Silva that calls for promptly housing OC residents who are homeless and mentally ill.

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OC Supervisors Press Pause On Airport Expansion

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Orange County's Board of Supervisors delayed a vote on a controversial plan to expand private operations at John Wayne international airport.

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Congressman With Large Asian American Constituency Fears Census Undercount

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Congressman Gil Cisneros and Asian American community leaders are encouraging his constituents to participate in the Census.

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Gun Collection Seized From Holmby Hills Home. Here's What Happens To Those Guns

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LAPD and federal firearm officials have opened an investigation into the massive collection.

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Asian American, Christian, Progressive And Lonely. Is There A Church For You?

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Southern California is home to hundreds of churches started by Asian American immigrants. For some younger members, these churches are too conservative. Progressive churches, typically with largely white congregations, aren’t always the right fit either.

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Beverly Hills considers a ban on tobacco sales

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A proposal moving through the Beverly Hills City Council could make it the first city in the country to ban the sale of tobacco products — including e-cigarettes.

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New musical brings a message of religious tolerance to the LA stage

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A longtime interfaith activist is using musical theater to bring her message to a mainstream audience.

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