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AM news: Immigration, games, that sinking feeling

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inside immigration In two stories, the LA Times looks at families and immigration. First they look at what it's like to be an undocumented parent with children, born in the US, who have legal status; then there are the stories of four couples that immigrated from Mexico to California: the Padillas, Cardenases, the Huizars and Reyeses. If those names sound familiar, it's because each couple now has a son serving on the Los Angeles City Council.

love yer xbox A new AP poll reports that 40% of adults play video games, although many adults are satisfied with snoozers like solitaire.

a sinkhole mess Three boys were hurt at the Cinco de Mayo celebrations at the Rose Bowl yesterday when the carnival ride they were on listed into a sinkhole. Although they were taken to the hospital, the boys had just minor injuries. Other rides were closed by officials in fear that more sinkholes might emerge.

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Lakers sink At the close of the first quarter, the Lakers trailed by 15 points; the Suns continue to blaze ahead, beating Kobe and crew 121 to 90 yesterday. Well, at least we have the Clippers!