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More than 100 children separated from families at border in LA, Garcetti confirms

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| Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti confirmed Thursday that some of the 2,300 migrant children separated from their families at the border were in Los Angeles.

We're Exploring LA County's 88 Cities. First Stop: Cerritos

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A little Korea, some China, toss in the Philippines, and you have a melting pot community that's amazingly diverse -- and tasty.

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LAist is officially back — thanks to you!

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We are LAist. LAist is us. And YOU are part of both.

Ballots of voters left off rosters to be counted by Friday

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It’s been over a week since a printing error left about 118,000 names off voter rolls in Los Angeles County during the primary election on June 5. Here's an update.

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New program unveiled to help LA kids learn to swim

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New 2028 Olympics funding inspires the creation of SwimLA, a program designed to teach kids to swim for little to no cost.

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Being a dad is awesome. And these LA dads are living proof.

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KPCC In Person recently held a conversation with a panel of men who shared their experiences of fatherhood. The ultimate takeaway: Being a dad is awesome and we should talk about that more.

Officials say 2018's fire season will compare to last year's

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California fire officials made their annual prediction for this year’s fire season on Thursday. Their forecast: it could be as bad as last year’s, which set historic records. This time, they want to be better prepared, and have asked for $100 million in this year's state budget for pay for more first responders, and equipment like helicopters and fire prediction mapping.

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What we know about the LA County primary 'glitch'

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Roughly 118,000 names went missing from Los Angeles County voter rosters during Tuesday's primary election. What we know about what happened and what's next.

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2018 Primary Election: GOP, Democrats in key congressional races

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California Republicans showed they remain a factor in deep-blue California, with candidates from both parties advancing in congressional races.

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