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California will become the fifth state in the nation to allow terminally ill patients to legally end their lives using doctor-prescribed drugs.
Under the new law, certain terminally ill patients can request that their doctors provide them with a prescription for lethal medication.
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Writer Dolores Dorantes received death threats. Then a writer friend was violently killed and someone set fire to the house where an activist she knew lived. And so she fled.
In Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, writer Dolores Dorantes received death threats. The U.S. granted her asylum and now her latest work reflects on her four years here.
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Olive first made headlines in February 2009, when she was found covered in oil on Sunset State Beach.
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Jean Rhyne, with the the Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve, confirmed to KPCC that there are still flowers to enjoy, including goldfields, forget-me-nots, gold cups and lupine. "It's been beautiful out here… I still recommend people come out," she said. 
After we shared news of desiccated poppies on social media, our Facebook friends responded with photos of living, breathing poppies! Check them out.
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Years before Ezell Ford was killed by LAPD officers, he was the victim of another shooting, one that marked a turning point dividing his promising youth from the difficulties he encountered as an adult.
Ford showed promise in his early years, but faced drug and weapons prosecutions and gang violence before his mental health problems surfaced.
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Why are cops so cowardly scared all the time? ... they believe everyone is carrying a weapon!
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Tim Ryan, publisher of the Baltimore Sun, will take over as Publisher at the L.A. Times.
Austin Beutner had been in his post for a little more than a year. It's a surprise at the paper, which has embarked on several new ventures.
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The Los Angeles Police Department has killed more people than any other law enforcement agency in the United States this year, according to a database compiled by the Guardian newspaper.
The Los Angeles Police Department has killed 10 people so far in 2015, more people than any other agency in the nation.
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"My personality — call me ebullient, if you insist — was shaped long ago," Fischbeck told the Times in a 1977 profile. "When I talk about the weather, I come on strong, like an evangelist making a high-powered tour of Sin City."
The enthusiastic Fischbeck (and his signature bow tie and glasses) worked for KABC for almost 20 years, according to the station, before retiring.
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Roll out the barrel: Take a virtual stroll through the restored Idle Hour Cafe, an historic North Hollywood gem. 
Roll out the barrel — more than 30 years after it closed, the historic, barrel-shaped Idle Hour Cafe in North Hollywood is set to reopen in mid-February.
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Last year, a local opera company called The Industry staged an ambitious and immersive production at Union Station in #DTLA. Now the Pulitzer Prize finalist is available as a studio album. 
Yuval Sharon, artistic director of The Industry, and album producer Nick Tipp talk about their recording of the innovative opera.
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