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LA lights up blue and white to celebrate the Rams in the playoffs

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| The Rams have their first playoff game in a decade on Saturday — their first in Southern California since 1986 — and L.A. celebrated Friday night with blue and white lights.

Salvadorans temporarily in US await their fate

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The Trump administration is expected to soon announce whether it will revoke temporary permission for more than 200,000 Salvadoran immigrants to live in the U.S.

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US bakeries grab a slice of Kings Cake tradition

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In some countries, Three Kings Day is a bigger deal than Christmas. As the U.S. Latino population grows, so does interest in the holiday's signature cake, rosca de reyes.

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Rain will finally return to SoCal

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The storm should roll in Monday evening and could bring an inch of rain or more to the Los Angeles area through Tuesday.

DACA job permits will begin expiring soon

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Many young immigrants could lose the jobs they currently have and be forced into lower paying work.

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New US Attorney in LA hasn't said anything about the marijuana rule change

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Nicola Hanna wouldn't say whether he'll prosecute marijuana distributors after Obama-era restrictions on enforcing federal pot laws were lifted.

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Swatting suspect threatened to kill his grandmother

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In 2015, Tyler Barriss threatened to kill his grandmother if she reported him for phoning in a false bomb threat to a Glendale TV station.

Canceled east coast flights strand some in SoCal

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High winds and white-out conditions have suspended nearly all flights at New York's LaGuardia and JFK airports, which has left some travelers stuck in Southern California.

7 things to do this weekend in SoCal

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Our list includes free comedy workshops, a Year of the Dog festival, a LEGO convention and, of course, the No Pants Metro Ride. We dare you.

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