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College Doubles Enrollment With Focus On Native Americans
California Indian Nations College hires Native faculty, enrolls mostly Native students, and infuses curriculum with Native topics.
Arts & Entertainment
The Frame: The Emotion Comes At You In 'Waves'
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L.A. Philharmonic Will Operate The Ford Theatre
Attendance at the 1,200-seat amphitheater has been lackluster. County officials hope the LA Phil's marketing expertise will bring in more customers.
Music Center Stages 41st Annual Very Special Arts Festival
Thousands of young artists and performers took part in the annual event that showcases the talents of students of all abilities.
Business & Economy
More People Are Leaving California, And Fewer Are Moving In
New Census data shows that more than 690,000 Californians moved out of state last year, compared with just over 500,000 who moved here from other states.
Environment & Science
What Exactly Is A Red Flag Warning?
They're some of the most dreaded words in fire-prone California. By what does the term "red flag warning" actually mean?
LA Rec And Parks Is Feeding Kids Junk Food
Overall, fresh fruits and vegetables accounted for just 5% of the combined food budget for six after-school sites reviewed by KPCC.
LA's Kurdish Community Condemns Trump's Syria Troop Withdrawal
The Turkish military is preparing to invade Northern Syria, following President Trump’s announcement he would pull U.S. troops from the region. Critics say the policy change would mean the U.S. abandoning Kurdish allies who have been leading the fight against ISIS.
Crime & Justice
Large Settlement With MGM In 2017 Las Vegas Shooting
About 2,500 Californians are potentially eligible for claims in the settlement. A third party will decide how to distribute up to $800 million.
US & World
Judge Hears Request To Block Public Charge Rule
The Trump administration says the public charge rule is part of an effort to enforce immigration laws. Opponents say the rule threatens immigrants' access to vital services.