Val Zavala

KCET

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Anchor of KCET's Emmy Award-winning SoCal Connected

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In January, the Los Angeles Catholic Archdiocese  released voluminous files  on sexual misconduct by priests.

The 'LA Model' of Handling Priest Abuse

In January, the Los Angeles Catholic Archdiocese released voluminous files on sexual misconduct by priests.

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Firefighters got a break from the weather today as clouds moved in and increased the humidity.

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Firefighters got a break from the weather today as clouds moved in and increased the humidity.

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