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Feds say they've reunited about 1,000 migrant families

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| Federal attorneys told a San Diego judge Tuesday that officials have by now reunited 1,012 migrant families separated at the southern border in recent months.

Silver Lake tries to recover after Trader Joe's shooting

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Flowers line a wall at Trader Joe's on Hyperion Avenue where an assistant store manager was killed by police Saturday in a crossfire between officers and a suspect.

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Not all Los Angeles heat waves are created equal

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Los Angeles is under an excessive heat warning until Thursday night. But LA heat waves can mean very different temperatures between neighborhoods.

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Why ‘safe parking’ for homeless is still hard to find in LA

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When Safe Parking LA sought churches and synagogues to allow the homeless living in vehicles to stay overnight in parking lots, they got few takers.

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Alleged gunman in Silver Lake Trader Joe's standoff arrested on suspicion of murder

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Authorities have arrested a 28-year-old man on suspicion of murder following a tense standoff Saturday with police that left a woman dead. For hours, the incident at a Trader Joe's in Silver Lake paralyzed part of the city and even captured the attention of President Trump.

Beloved LA food critic Jonathan Gold dies at 57

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The loss will be felt deeply in the city of Los Angeles and by food lovers everywhere. Gold, a Los Angeles native, had just recently been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.

New asylum rules make it harder for those fleeing violence

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Last month, Attorney General Jeff Sessions set a higher bar for victims of what’s referred to as “private violence” – such as domestic or gang violence.

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Oath Keepers cancel protest after counter-protesters show up

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This comes after Congresswoman Maxine Waters told citizens to "push back" against Trump officials. But when South LA came out to meet them, they didn't show.

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Judge temporarily halts migrant family deportations amid reunification efforts

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A federal judge in San Diego has told the government to hold off for now on deporting reunited migrant families. Judge Dana Sabraw said Monday he’d block deportations temporarily amid concerns from the ACLU, which filed suit to reunite families separated at the border, that parents and their children might be deported without fully knowing their rights.

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