Tara Atrian

KCRW Staff

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This week, LA officials unveiled a $259 million rental relief fund with priority for low-income residents.

Behind on rent? Here’s how to apply for rent relief in LA and California

This week, LA officials unveiled a $259 million rental relief fund with priority for low-income residents.

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UCLA runs a website that has COVID-19 resources in 60 languages, and that number is growing.

Armenian, Farsi, Vietnamese: Website translates key COVID info into dozens of languages

UCLA runs a website that has COVID-19 resources in 60 languages, and that number is growing.

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"When you do a race-based attack, you're not just attacking that individual. You're attacking the entire community.

Shocked and scared, LA’s Asian American community is reeling from the Atlanta mass shooting

"When you do a race-based attack, you're not just attacking that individual. You're attacking the entire community.

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The city of LA is expected to shut down Echo Park Lake, put up a fence, and move out all the unhoused people living there this week.

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Almost one year after we last heard from Christine Curtiss, a promise of permanent housing has come through. What does the end of the rainbow look like?

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The City of LA fenced off Echo Park Lake more than a week ago, forcing roughly 200 unhoused people living there to leave.

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California's Wonder Valley is arid and sparsely populated, where property values have jumped close to 20% in the last year, according to an estimate by Zillow .

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California state officials now say around 12% of Californians are considered fully vaccinated.

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Four European countries, including France and Germany, announced a pause in the usage of AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine this week.

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Karla Funderburk's Memorial Crane Project features tens of thousands of these origami long-necked, long-legged birds.

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Long known as “the spa city,” Desert Hot Springs is looking to expand its relaxation and recreational offerings by going big on so-called “cannatourism.”

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