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LA's Top Asian American Civil Rights Group Suffers Staff Losses

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| The largest Asian American advocacy organization in Los Angeles has announced major layoffs that  could affect services offered to thousands each year.  

​Facing Eviction in L.A., This Vietnamese Grandmother Fought Back

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L.A.'s Chinatown has long drawn newcomers from China and Southeast Asia. In recent years, gentrification has been squeezing some of these immigrants out.

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Orange County High Schools Respond To Hate

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In November, several members of Garden Grove's Pacifica High School boys' water polo team played a Nazi-era marching song through speakers at an off-campus event, hoisting their right arms in 'Sieg Heil' salutes. It wasn't the first Orange County high school to make headlines recently for hateful student behavior - or the last.

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These LA Doctors Do House Calls At Homeless Encampments

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For the more than 100,000 people living homeless in California, each day is is a personal health crisis. Now, some doctors are taking healthcare to the street.

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SoCal's Refugee Community Taking Planned New Restrictions Hard

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The Trump administration has proposed capping the number of refugees to be admitted in the coming year to 18,000 -- a historic low.

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What 9/11 Was Like In Los Angeles

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The tragedy was felt in Los Angeles as it was around the world, and like other major cities across the country, L.A.'s emergency services had to swing into action.

These Deaf Writers Couldn't Find A Community In LA — So They Created A TV Show

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Shoshannah Stern and Josh Feldman created and star in "This Close," which returns to SundanceTV for its third season.

AirTalk: Trump Admin Goes After Mandatory Abortion Coverage In CA

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100-Year-Old Fosselman's Branches Out With A New Ice Cream Shop In Glendora

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Every day is like a sundae at The Ice Cream Shop, a sleeker, trendier extension of the family business.