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Vets are learning job skills bringing Henry IV to life in LA

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| The Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles is teaching veterans theater tech jobs skills while they work behind-the-scenes on the upcoming production of Henry IV.

Landlords are turning away vets with housing vouchers

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In a hot Los Angeles rental market, landlords are turning away veterans with housing vouchers. And it's legal.

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The VA wants to move a PTSD clinic. The vets are fighting back

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Veterans in West LA see their PTSD clinic as their home. So why does the VA want to move it?

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Can Trump ask Cal Guard to report for border duty?

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President Trump announced this week he wants to send American troops to the U.S.-Mexico border to prevent illegal crossings and drug smuggling.

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VA wants one developer for massive West LA housing effort

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Taking heat for slow progress in housing veterans on its West L.A. campus, the VA says it will seek a Principal Developer to oversee most of the planned 1,200 units.

Deported Army veteran wins fight for US citizenship

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Lawyers for Hector Barajas said the government informed them Thursday their client should attend a naturalization ceremony on April 13 in San Diego. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services confirmed the decision.

With VA secretary out, LA veterans are faced with unanswered questions

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Los Angeles County alone is home to over 300,000 veterans, the most in the country. And L.A. also has the largest VA medical center in the country.

3 wins for SoCal in Pentagon and VA budgets

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The military is ordering new planes, expected to boost L.A.'s aerospace industry. There's also help for homeless veterans and vets with "bad paper" discharges.