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What a change to rent control restrictions could mean for you

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| LA's mayor is among those supporting an initiative to lift state limitations on rent control. Will it stem sky-high housing costs — or discourage future building?

Snapshot: What LA city workers say about sexual harassment in the workplace

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A new survey of Los Angeles city workers found that nearly 18% answered "yes" to the question: I have been sexually harassed in the workplace.

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West Los Angeles VA opens parking spots for homeless veterans sleeping in cars

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Veterans have access to 10 parking spaces, but the Greater Los Angeles VA says the program could expand if there's enough demand.

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Gay K-pop singer from OC pushes envelope in South Korea

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An Orange County Korean-American raised as a Christian seeks music stardom in a country where conservative mores rule society.

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‘This is not your grandfather's Inland Empire’

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For a long time, the Inland Empire has been associated with white, native-born residents. New data turns that perception upside down.

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CicLAvia takes over the San Gabriel Valley for the first time

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The 25th edition, happening on Earth Day, marks a milestone, connecting the cities of San Dimas, La Verne, Pomona and Claremont.

Christian therapy serves Koreans wary of the stigma of mental health treatment

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Whether people seek help for mental health issues often falls along generational lines but even older clergy are warming to the idea.

LA Metro wants to hear about your 405 commute

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The $10 billion Sepulveda rail project will be one of the biggest projects funded by the Measure M sales tax hike. But first, Metro wants help from commuters.

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What you need to know about refugees entries

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Since taking office, President Trump has dramatically cut refugee admissions. In one of the latest developments, Iranian refugees who were stranded in Austria en route to the U.S. are suing.

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