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Police Still Looking For Attackers In Homeless Beating Cases

| Police are investigating whether a string of local attacks on sleeping homeless men are related. An assailant with a baseball bat beat three people downtown LA early Sunday -- killing two.

Recordings banned at SoCal congressional candidate debate

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The race to represent the 25th Congressional District, which includes cities like Simi Valley and Palmdale, has taken an odd turn.

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Problems found in handling of LA County workplace complaints

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A recently released audit found serious problems with the way that Los Angeles County handles sexual harassment and other workplace complaints.

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82-Year-Old Man Evicted From Burlington Rent Strike Building

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Residents gathered Wednesday in front of a Westlake apartment complex planning to face off with sheriff’s deputies scheduled to evict an elderly couple. You may have heard KPCC’s story last month on a big rent strike organized by these tenants.

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LA Stadium is halfway done and on track to open by 2020

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When it's finished it'll be the new home for the L.A. Rams and Chargers, as well as the site of the closing ceremonies of the 2028 Summer Olympic Games.

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#MeToo Protest Swarms South LA McDonald's

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About a hundred chanting people, mostly Latinas, marched into a South Los Angeles McDonalds on Tuesday afternoon. They were protesting alleged pervasive workplace sexual harassment, and urging the fast-food corporation to take a stand against it

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E-scooters will stay in Santa Monica...on some conditions

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Santa Monica officials announced details of a new pilot program with e-scooter and bike share companies — and the new rules that will go along with it.

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Homelessness: I feel your pain, or do I?

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As cities look for ways to tackle homelessness and the state pours half a billion dollars into finding solutions, one reporter looks at the science of empathy.

Will more LA immigration judges ease growing case backlog?

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Los Angeles has the nation's second-largest backlog of immigration court cases, second only to New York. New immigration judges are being hired, but are they enough?

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