Glassell Park fire burns Mormon church, collapsing roof

A brush fire in Glassell Park has spread to a Mormon church, with embers hitting the eaves of the church and burning through the attic, causing the roof to collapse.

UC program eases transfers for community college students

Under a new program, community college students will get help to transfer to University of California campuses and complete their degrees within two years.

Compton fire chief put on leave following defibrillator reports

Compton's City Manager said he notified the fire chief he was being relieved of duty, pending an investigation into how Compton fell out of compliance with defibrillator regulations.

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No active fault under site of proposed towers, says LA

The Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety concluded that the fault under the site of two planned skyscrapers in Hollywood is dormant.

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Democrats in Congress blast San Francisco's sanctuary policy

Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) takes to Senate floor

The comments involved the release of Juan Francisco Lopez Sanchez, a Mexican national who has been charged with murder in the shooting of a young woman at a San Francisco pier.

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Shark Week: Can music change the public's perception of sharks?

Composer J. Ralph

J. Ralph is an Academy Award-nominated composer. But his latest project is on a much smaller scale and a much smaller screen — the Discovery Channel.

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Officials: Some Santa Barbara seafood could be tainted by toxins

California's Dungeness Crab Seasons Starts

Harmful algal bloom toxins have spread down to Santa Barbara. California state health officials are warning people not to eat certain types of seafood from there.