Katie Davis-Young

Senior field correspondent, KJZZ 91.5

Senior field correspondent, for KJZZ 91.5 radio.

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Around 10% of LA County residents plan to move out within the next year, according to a survey that USC conducted a few months ago.

Are Angelenos changing the landscape of Phoenix, Austin, and Atlanta? Local reporters say maybe

Around 10% of LA County residents plan to move out within the next year, according to a survey that USC conducted a few months ago.

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