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Facial recognition piloted by TSA at LAX

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| For the next few weeks, facial recognition e-gates and an advanced imaging body scanner will be piloted at the Tom Bradley International Terminal.

What if Huck Finn navigated the LA River?

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A new book offers a modern twist on Mark Twain's classic. Huckleberry Finn floats down the L.A. River with an immigrant who's in the U.S. illegally.

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After the Thomas Fire, a fight over power line repairs

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Attorneys representing fire victims say repairing damaged poles and lines could remove evidence of the fire's cause. SoCal Edison says it wants to restore power.

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The warm and windy Santa Anas return to Southern California

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Winter flip-flops from cloudy, damp and cool to clear, warm and windy. Winds could reach 50 mph in some areas — and the dry gusts will elevate fire danger.

In a Boyle Heights building, the mariachis get to stay

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After hefty rent hikes led to protests, rent strikes and eviction notices, Boyle Heights tenants have reached a resolution with property owners.

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Plan to widen south end of 710 freeway riles communities

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A CalTrans project funded by L.A. Metro would displace more than 400 residents, businesses, and a homeless shelter, drawing criticism from affected neighborhoods.

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5 things to know about the plan to ship water to Southern California

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SoCal's largest water importer looks to revive a plan to shore up the region's water supplies by reconfiguring diversions from NoCal.

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Homeless at OC riverbed camp prepare to move

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A court deal means homeless people camped along a riverbed in Orange County have to move. Many are grateful for the motel vouchers that are promised to come with the deal.

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Arrests of immigrants with no criminal record rise in LA region

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Since President Trump lifted Obama-era policies that kept immigration agents focused on criminals, local arrests of immigrants with no criminal history have spiked.

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