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Smoking in L.A. County just got even less legal

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| Smokers, beware.. The L.A. County Board of Supervisors voted today to expand the smoking ban that passed last October.

LA's Uber and Lyft Drivers Are Striking For Livable Wages

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Hundreds of drivers turned off their Uber apps and chanted and waved colorful signs that said “Better pay now.”

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L.A. celebrates 50 years of the modern Emergency Management System

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You might not like sirens, but they’re pretty crucial. It’s been 50 years since the beginning of the modern Emergency Management System. L.A. was an early pioneer, and they celebrated that on Thursday at the LA County Fire Museum.

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Local mountain lions could become extinct in 50 years. Here's how that could change.

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 Scientists have some bad news -  there’s a one in four chance mountain lions living in the Santa Monica and Santa Ana mountains could be extinct in 50 years.

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Hey LA, The Worst Time To Drive In The Rain Is Probably Not When You Think

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When it's raining, LA's roads are slick. So naturally there'd be more accidents when the roads are full, right? Wrong. Researchers from USC's data journalism project Crosstown recently crunched traffic and weather data and found some weird patterns.

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Orange County plans to stop housing ICE detainees

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Orange County has announced that it will stop housing detainees from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement to free up more space for inmates requiring mental health services.

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LA Mayor's office helping houses of worship apply for security grants

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More houses of worship are looking for ways to boost security. Federal grants are available to help with things like installing cameras and additional fencing.

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Police investigating anti-Semitic posters at San Fernando Valley schools

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Police are investigating anti-Semitic posters left around several schools in the west San Fernando Valley this week.

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SoCal military construction may be delayed for border wall

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President Trump wants to pull up to 3.6 billion dollars from the the Pentagon's military construction budget to pay for his long-promised border wall.

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