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One Way to Address LA's Racial Inequality? Build More Parks in Communities of Color

Many of the city's best parks are located in predominantly white neighborhoods.

'I Would Not Go To A Hotel Right Now' Says Head Of LA Hotel Workers Union

Some hotels are hiring back workers without health insurance, and not giving them masks, gloves, or extra time to sanitize rooms.

Reconciliation? Better Citizen Oversight? Experts Weigh In On How They Would Fix The LAPD

Because there's more that can be done beyond cutting money

There's A Zoom Magic Show Keeping Drama Alive In LA -- And It Starts With A Package In The Mail

Today in questions I never expected to ask: does magic work over Zoom?

How LA Businesses Are Reinventing Themselves To Stay Alive

Restaurants, dance studios, yoga practices -- they're all pivoting.

Angelenos' Love For Hollywood Burbank Airport Runs Deep. Here's Why

Fun fact: Hollywood Burbank Airport is still called the Bob Hope Airport (in our hearts and) by the Federal Aviation Administration.

If You Want To Help Fire Victims, Resist The Urge To Volunteer

Aid organizations say money is more helpful in the short-term than items or volunteering

We're Answering Your Questions About The Saddleridge And Sandalwood Wildfires

The Saddleridge Fire and Sandalwood Fire are currently burning. What do you want to know?

We're Exploring LA County's 88 Cities. Here's Your Guide To Redondo Beach

About 63,000 people live in the city, one of the "surfurbias" of L.A. County where surf, sand and sun all shape its identity.

The Chinatown Salon Where LGBTQ Kids Can Let Their Hair Down

ProjectQ started in an Airstream trailer, but has grown into a storefront salon and community space for LGBTQ people.

What Would Happen If LA Banned Right-On-Red?

San Francisco is considering making the change to prevent crashes between cars and pedestrians.

How A Garden Grove Strip Mall Restaurant Won One Of The Country's Most Prestigious Food Awards

Pho 79's James Beard Award isn't just a win for the soup shop, it's "a win for Little Saigon."

We're Exploring LA County's 88 Cities. Here's Your Guide To La Verne

This city of nearly 32,000 rests at the base of the San Bernardino Mountains, and was once known as the "Heart of the Orange Empire."

Where To Watch RuPaul's Drag Race In LA -- And Beyond

Let's kiki, kitty girls! The reality show returns for season 11 and you know you want to snark, gasp and cheer.

We're Exploring LA County's 88 Cities. Here's Your Guide To Glendale

Glendale is more than a sleepy bedroom community. We got a tour of "The Jewel City" and learned about its history.

5 Things You Might Not Know About the LA Art Show

You can buy a Warhol, or a Warhol-lite.

The Backlog At LA's Immigration Court Was Already Bad. The Shutdown Made It Worse

There were over 74,000 cases waiting to be heard at L.A.'s immigration court as of December. That number will only grow as the government shutdown continues.

DTLA Is In Its Feelings About The Trouble With Its City Councilman

A "champion" is how some DTLA residents view José Huizar. Others say what he done downtown "is more a list of trespasses than accomplishments."

The Number Of Children Living On Skid Row Has Doubled Since Last Year

The holidays are right around the corner and an increasing number of Southern California's most vulnerable residents are without a home -- children.

Sneezing A Lot Because Of Santa Ana Winds? It's More Than Just Allergies Making You Miserable

If your eyes have been watering and you've been sneezing and coughing a ton, you're not alone -- and you should prepare yourself for more.

Essay: I Bike In LA And Fear For My Safety All The Time

Bicycling Magazine has declared Los Angeles the worst city for bikes. It's right.

We're Exploring LA County's 88 Cities. Here's Your Guide To Arcadia: 'Chinese Beverly Hills'

Bet on some horses and maybe you'll win enough money to buy a multi-million dollar mansion in "Chinese Beverly Hills."

Why Al Gore Thinks LA Is The Place To Train The Next Generation Of Environmental Activists

The former Vice President is in Los Angeles this week to train up environmental activists.

LA's Midnight Mission Is Building A Park For Homeless People's Pets In Santa Ana

When The Courtyard's pet area debuts this fall, homeless advocates hope it will remove a barrier that keeps people from getting the help they need.

DMV Wait Times Are Officially Out Of Control. Now Lawmakers Want Answers

Lawmakers gave the department extra money to decrease wait times, but they say things have only gotten worse.

We're Exploring LA County's 88 Cities. Here's Your Guide To Torrance And All Its Breweries

With 11 breweries, Torrance has the highest concentration of them in the region, according to the L.A. County Brewers Guild.

We're Exploring LA County's 88 Cities. Here's Your Guide To San Fernando

With just 2.37 square miles of land, this city within a city is the perfect size for people who want to ditch their cars and get around on foot.

We're Exploring LA County's 88 Cities. Here's Your Guide To Agoura Hills

Agoura Hills is one of the last cities in L.A. County when you're heading towards Ventura, but it's been a destination for generations.

We're Exploring LA County's 88 Cities. First Stop: Cerritos

Cerritos is home to the third largest Asian community in L.A. County. Out of the 50,000 people who live there today, more than 6 in 10 identify as Asian.