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Trump's Charlottesville response could haunt CA conservatives, Trader Joe's at 50 years, t...

Trump's response to violence in Charlottesville could impact CA's conservative lawmakers, why parking is so bad at Trader Joe's, previewing Monday's eclipse.

Trump's Charlottesville response could haunt CA conservatives, Trader Joe's at 50 years, t...

Republicans hope Faulconer can help them in SoCal, USC Village opens, coffee shop aims to ...

Republicans expect San Diego mayor Kevin Faulconer to help them gain ground, what USC can do to combat gentrification label, new coffee shop is focused on LGBT community.

Republicans hope Faulconer can help them in SoCal, USC Village opens, coffee shop aims to ...

NAFTA talks begin, using the internet as a shaming tool, SoCal team in the Little League W...

How CA could be impacted by NAFTA, using the internet to expose attendees of the Charlottesville rallies, Santa Margarita plays in the Little League World Series.

NAFTA talks begin, using the internet as a shaming tool, SoCal team in the Little League W...

Universities' role in combatting extremism, CA's international climate organization, bill ...

How universities handle extremist group demos, a private nonprofit coordinates emissions programs between CA & Canada, a senator wants later school start times.

Universities' role in combatting extremism, CA's international climate organization, bill ...

Legality of rallies like Charlottesville, "Meet a Muslim" welcomes discussion, animals and...

Whether officials can exclude events like the Charlottesville rally, Moina Shaiq answers questions about her faith, determining if animals act differently during eclipse.

Legality of rallies like Charlottesville, "Meet a Muslim" welcomes discussion, animals and...

CA Democrats experience division, LA City Attorney threatens to sue the Dept. of Justice, ...

Division over who should lead the CA Democratic Party causes friction, LA City Attorney Mike Feuer threatens to sue the DOJ over jail guidelines, the history of cats in Los Angeles.

CA Democrats experience division, LA City Attorney threatens to sue the Dept. of Justice, ...

LAUSD goes back to school, a battle over LA's waste, saving the bluefin tuna

LAUSD Supt. Michelle King lays out her goals for the school year, City of LA & Kern County's legal battle over LA's waste, how CA could conserve the bluefin tuna.

LAUSD goes back to school, a battle over LA's waste, saving the bluefin tuna

HIV housing program could bring money to LA, the student-athlete balancing act, a Cuban tw...

Congress restructures a housing program for HIV patients, the Kamenetzky Brothers discuss balancing athletics with academics, timba music grows in popularity.

HIV housing program could bring money to LA, the student-athlete balancing act, a Cuban tw...

Dad apprehended by ICE receives a reprieve, cuts to sex-ed programming, artisanal surfboards

The latest on the dad who was apprehended while dropping his daughter off at school, impacts of sex-ed funding cuts in SoCal, Rich Harbour on his 60 years making surfboards.

Dad apprehended by ICE receives a reprieve, cuts to sex-ed programming, artisanal surfboards

Google engineer's anti-diversity manifesto, scientists get closer to HIV vaccine, annivers...

Google engineer's memo sparks controversy, Scripps scientists make an advancement in developing an HIV vaccine, autonomous cars debuted 20 years ago in California.

Google engineer's anti-diversity manifesto, scientists get closer to HIV vaccine, annivers...

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