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Seven of 15 Los Angeles city council seats are up for grabs next month, along with 4 of 7 seats on the LA School Board—not to mention 10 ballot measures that are confusing even to the…

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Seven of 15 Los Angeles city council seats are up for grabs next month, along with 4 of 7 seats on the LA School Board—not to mention 10 ballot measures that are confusing even to the…

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Forecasters said the worst of this week's storms would hit between noon and 6pm, and homeowners near potential landslides were bracing for trouble.

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Forecasters said the worst of this week's storms would hit between noon and 6pm, and homeowners near potential landslides were bracing for trouble.

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