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Immigration update: Who are the kids of the migrant...07/25/14
Many kids and teenagers leave Central America to avoid climbing levels of gang violence, extortion and drug trafficking. Sometimes, it's to find their families.
Richard Alarcon's fall from Valley political leader to convicted felon
Once considered a groundbreaking political leader in the San Fernando Valley, how did Richard Alarcon find himself on the wrong side of the law?
Kim Pham trial: Jury finds 2 women guilty of voluntary manslaughter,...
Candace Brito and Vanesa Zavala were found guilty of voluntary manslaughter and assault and not guilty of murder in the trial for the beating death of Annie Kim Pham outside an Orange County nightclub.
LA Trade Tech speech: Obama criticizes US companies for lack of...
Hundreds of people lined up for blocks in the blazing heat for an opportunity to hear the president speak on Thursday at Los Angeles Trade Technical College.
Dark Arts: Artist, occultist Marjorie Cameron featured in new book,...
Marjorie Elizabeth Cameron Parsons Kimmel was an occultist, an artist, an actress and wife to one of the world’s first rocket scientists.
2 California writers land on Man Booker Prize longlist
Each year, the Man Booker Prize is awarded to the writer of an original novel written in the English language. For more than four decades, only writers from Britain, Ireland and the Commonwealth were eligible for the prize. Until now.
Internet companies want more influence in California legislature
Internet companies now make up a significant portion of the global economy. Capital Public Radio's Katie Orr says they're also the focus of an increasing amount of legislation and they want a voice in how those bills are written.
Celebrating tequila day and the spirit's new sophisticated image
July 24 is National Tequila Day, and the Mexican spirit is more popular than ever.
25-year-old bestselling author Veronica Roth on her hit 'Divergent'...
Writer Veronica Roth is taking the world by storm. Her new book "Four" sold more than 600,000 copies in its first week.
Despite Mideast turmoil, more French Jews are moving to Israel
Anti-Semitism in France and across Europe is fueling emigration, Jews say. One father whose son is leaving says, "France is no longer the beautiful country it was."
Fish census starts Aug. 1. Has the giant sea bass made a comeback?
UCSB marine biologist Milton Love tells us about the Giant Sea Bass Census, the first count of the highly endangered fish.
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‘Yellow Alert’ system would use traffic signs to catch hit-and-run...
A state bill would create a "yellow alert" for California that would broadcast vehicle information for suspect drivers involved in serious hit-and-run collisions.
Education Secretary honors two Long Beach schools for environmental...
Recycling, reduced energy consumption and gardens are growing trends in public schools. A pair of Long Beach schools have just been honored for their green efforts.
Former city councilman Richard Alarcon convicted on charges he lived...
Former LA City Councilman Richard Alarcon and his wife, accused of not living in the district he represented, have been found guilty of multiple felony charges.
Tax credits for the film and TV industry
California has been trying hard to keep film and TV production in state.
Sports Roundup: Donald Sterling, Doc Rivers, New York Giants and more
Donald Sterling is refusing to go away quietly, which might mean that others will simply go away and how an honest answer needed clarification. This means it's time for sports with Andy and Brian Kamenetzky who cover everything sports for ESPN
Squatter takes over woman's house after she rents it out on Airbnb
A woman rented out her Palm Springs, CA house on Airbnb hoping to pick up some extra cash. What she picked up was a big problem. A squatter who won't leave.
'Sheila E Icon': The legendary drummer fuses decades of influences into...
Musician Sheila E has done it all. She's collaborated with Prince, she has fronted an '80s pop group and has remained one of the most famous drummers in music history.
Amid criticism, President Obama lands in LA for fundraising trip
Should President Obama devote his time to more urgent matters instead of heading to the West Coast on a fundraising trip?
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