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17 Awesome Things To Do In Southern California This Week

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The Arroyo Seco Bike Path Has Been Closed Since January. What Gives?

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The short answer: a perfect storm of bureaucracy. The long answer might make your brain cry.

Conception Boat Fire: Here's The Latest On The Tragedy Off Santa Cruz Island

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The dive boat caught fire early Monday and later sank with 34 people aboard.

L.A.’s No-touch, Automated, Self-cleaning, Singing Park Restroom

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Angelenos have more than a dozen self-cleaning automated toilets scattered around the city and county, but the first to go into a Los Angeles City park was opened recently. KPCC's Sharon McNary visited.

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SoCal Kashmiris Worry After India Strips Region's Autonomy

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When India gained independence from Great Britain in 1947 and split into Hindu-majority India and Muslim-majority Pakistan, caught-in-the-middle Kashmir chose to join India, under the condition that Kashmiris could keep governing themselves. Kashmir’s autonomy was enshrined in the Indian Constitution, until earlier this month, when the Indian government scrapped that provision.

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In SGV, Getting A Sense of Air Quality

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Air quality in parts of the San Gabriel Valley is some of the worst in Los Angeles County. Now local environmentalists with the Asian Pacific Islander Forward Movement are turning to residents for help.

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In Southern California, A Drive to To Remember Comfort Women

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A statue. School curriculum. A musical.

Telling The Story of Comfort Women Through Song

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World War II ended nearly 75 years ago. But the memory of what happened to tens of thousands of Korean women during the war is still raw for many. "Comfort women," as they were euphemistically called, were forced to work at brothels serving the Japanese military.

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You Can Walk To Dodger Stadium And Save Your Parking Money For Dodger Dogs

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Fans chant “Let’s Go Dodgers,” but on their drive into Dodger Stadium they don’t go very fast. Cars creep along in traffic that can last well past the first pitch.

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