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How This Bike Club Is Building Community
The East Side Riders bike club aims to help vulnerable kids in South Los Angeles stay on the right path.
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Former WWF Wrestler Severely Beaten Outside California Home
"He's really lucky to be alive," a neighbor said.
Transphobic Congressional Hopeful Berates Person Inside Public Restroom
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A Republican running in a district that includes part of Los Angeles County documented her restroom confrontation in a shocking viral video.
This South LA Bike Club Is Steering Vulnerable Kids In The Right Direction
East Side Riders Bike Club is a volunteer organization in South Central Los Angeles with a mission to improve Watts through community service, charity work, and bike programs aimed at keeping local youth out of gang activity.
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Hospitals Are Releasing Homeless Patients Back To The Streets. There's A Better Way.
Recuperative care facilities offer a safer and ultimately cheaper alternative.
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Los Angeles vs. San Francisco: Which City Rules The West Coast
For the most part, Los Angelenos don’t know what it means to walk anywhere, ever. +1: SF 29. The architecture is far more
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This Young Environmental Activist Lives 500 Feet From A Drilling Site
“This is personal," says 25-year-old organizer Ashley Hernandez. "This is my home, this is my family, this is my health."
In Los Angeles, Bitter Tensions Over Where To House The Homeless Rile Communities
Voters approved a plan for supportive housing, but disputes over where to put it have stalled progress.
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An Art Colony Thrives On Skid Row
Most Los Angles residents think of Skid Row as a dark and disturbing place. This dynamic arts community wants to change that.
Surviving Skid Row: Women’s Stories Of Assault, Fear, And Finding Friendship
A third of L.A.'s homeless population are women -- and "once a shelter is full, it’s full."
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This Is Life On The Streets Of Hollywood When You're Young, Queer And Homeless
While struggling to find stability, homeless queer youth face an additional battle -- one for their own identities.
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32-Year-Old Minor-Leaguer Called Up To Lakers Aces NBA Debut
"The crowd, the lights -- it was once in a lifetime," Andre Ingram said after scoring 19 points.
Los Angeles Thieves Steal Second Ambulance In A Week
Crooks hear the siren song.
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NHL Teams Honor Victims Of Canada's Junior Hockey Bus Crash
Teams in Canada and the United States came together as one to pay their respects to the young lives lost.
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'Japan's Babe Ruth' Hits 1st MLB Homer 2 Days After His 1st Pitching Win
Shohei Ohtani's three-run blast traveled nearly 400 feet.
Protesters Speak Out to Demand Gun Control Reform from Congress
In the wake of Parkland, citizens are demonstrating to demand more legislative reforms from Congress on guns.
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Boy Survives 12 Hours In L.A. Sewer After Falling Into Drainage Pipe
The 13-year-old Los Angeles boy was rescued about a mile from where he fell into the sewer.
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Dodgers To Give $2 Million For Puerto Rico's Hurricane Recovery
“It’s been more than six months since Hurricane Maria’s devastating effects on Puerto Rico ... with so much work still to be done.”
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Last Nun In Property Dispute With Katy Perry Pledges To Continue The Fight
"Katy Perry is used to getting all she wants," the defiant Sister Rita Callanan said.
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Los Angeles DA Won't Prosecute Agent Who Allegedly Groped Terry Crews
Crews is also suing agent Adam Venit in civil court.
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'M*A*S*H' Actor David Ogden Stiers Dies At 75
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Stiers, who voiced Cogsworth in Disney's "Beauty and the Best," died of bladder cancer.
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50 Years After The East LA Walkouts, We’re Still Fighting For Latino Students
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Latino students must know about their history to push back against the narratives that limit them.
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What It's Like To Be A Homeless Student At LA's Richest Private High School
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Tuition costs nearly double my parents’ yearly salaries combined.
James Harden Shows No Mercy To Wesley Johnson In Brutal Ankle-Breaker
Johnson may have to go into hiding after this one.
L.A. Racist Yells 'We’re Going To Nuke You Guys’ In Rant At Korean-American Woman
He also told her "God bless Trump" and "Go back to Asia." But then his next target punched him in the face.
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The 7 Most Incredible, Kid-Friendly Restaurants In The U.S.
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