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Hundreds of migrant kids remain separated from parents

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| More than a month after a deadline to reunite families separated at the border, more than 500 children remain in federal care. Here's one teen's story.

LA Delays Preservation Hearing For Silver Lake Gas Station

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A gas station built in 1941 is at the center of a skirmish in Silver Lake. The owner wants to knock it down and build some apartments, but neighbors say not so fast

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Campaign aims to boost voter turnout among Muslim-Americans

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In the wake of an increase in anti-Muslim activity in recent years, an effort is underway to sign up Muslim-Americans to cast ballots in the 2018 midterm elections.

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Need attic insulation? LADWP is giving $100 million in rebates.

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Los Angeles Department of Water and Power is offering $100 million in rebates to owners who add or augment attic insulation.  Insulation helps reduce the loss of winter heat and summer cooling through the roof, and it helps save on electricity and gas use.

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Decorated Army Vet becomes citizen after facing deportation

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Yea Ji Sea came to the US when she was 9 years old. After four years in the military she was discharged because of her immigration status, and had to fight to stay.

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Chinatown Seniors Stave Off Rent Hike—For Now

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Rent in a low-income building in Chinatown threatened to increase beyond the ability of residents to pay.

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Rent Strikes Are Making A Comeback In L.A.

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About 100 years ago, in cities with an affordable housing shortage, tenants went on strike—withholding rent from their landlord to protest poor conditions. As the cost of housing spirals up, rent strikes are making a comeback.

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LA is suing Trump administration over public safety funds

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City attorney says new federal requirements for anti-gang grants would run counter to Los Angeles' policies limiting police cooperation in immigration enforcement.

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Scooters dodge LA city ban, but face possible regulation

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City transportation officials will reaffirm their cease-and-desist letters issued to scooter companies back in June that prevents them from operating for now.

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