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Los Angeles, California
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Los Angeles Intro

Los Angeles is the largest city in California and the second-largest urban area in the nation. It is located in the southern part of the state on the Pacific Ocean. It is the seat of Los Angeles County. Geographically, it extends more than 40 mi from the mountains to the sea.


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City Facts- Los Angeles

Mayor: Eric Garcetti (to July 2017)

2010 census population
(rank): 3,792,621 (2); Male: 1,889,064 (49.8%); Female: 1,903,557 (50.2%); White: 1,888,158 (49.8%); Black: 365,118 (9.6%); American Indian and Alaska Native: 28,215 (0.7%); Asian: 426,959 (11.3%); Other race: 902,959 (23.8%); Two or more races: 175,635 (4.6%); Hispanic/Latino: 1,838,822 (48.5%). 2010 population 18 and over: 2,918,09665 and over: 396,696 (10.5); Median age: 34.1.

2012 population estimate (rank): 3,857,799 (2)

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Land area: 469 sq mi. (1,215 sq km);

Alt.: Highest, 5,081 ft.; lowest, sea level

Avg. daily temp.: Jan., 58.3° F; July, 74.3° F

Churches: 2,000 of all denominations;

City-owned parks: 387 (15,600 ac.);

Radio stations: AM, 35; FM, 53;

Television stations: 19

Civilian Labor Force (PMSA) 2008: 6,611,0001;

Unemployed: 7.0%1;

Per capita personal income (MSA) 2010: $27,0701

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