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- 1 in 7 people are living in poverty, concludes the latest census report.
- And flu season has arrived.
- The stage vacated by "The Tonight Show With Conan O'Brien" will soon be home to KNBC Channel 4's news operation and the Los Angeles bureau for NBC News.
- A visit to the set of internet show "Young Hollywood," which has 3 million unique viewers a month, at the Four Seasons Los Angeles in Beverly Hills.
- Following the pending $200 million settlement -- that's the maximum allowed for some railroad incidents -- over the deadly Chatsworth Metrolink crash in 2008, a Simi Valley congressman wants to raise the cap to $500 million.
- A new public parking garage is planned for the 500 block of Spring Street in the Historic Core of downtown.
- Also in downtown, Vault XXI has opened in Little Tokyo and will serve up California contemporary American cuisine.
- In case you're heading out to the Venice Art Crawl tonight, use this map and read LAist's feature story on the event here.