LA Times publisher Austin Beutner sees bright future for paper

The media landscape is changing rapidly. L.A. Times publisher Austin Beutner tells Take Two how the paper has managed to stay ahead of the curve.

Teachers reach tentative deal with LAUSD

L.A. Unified teachers will vote on an agreement retroactive to July 1 that calls for a 10 percent raise over two years and a reopener in the third year.

10 shops to check out for Record Store Day 2015


From Hollywood to South Gate and Long Beach, here are some stores to visit, live bands to watch, and music to pick up for #RSD 2015.


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Water board releases updated proposal for mandatory cutbacks


Under the new plan, Los Angeles would have to cut 16 instead of 20 percent, but other cities like Beverly Hills have seen their reduction targets rise.

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George Lucas sneezes, and other moments from his talk with Colbert

George Lucas and Stephen Colbert talked on Friday at an event at the Tribeca Film Festival.

George Lucas doesn't have a lot left to say about "Star Wars," but Stephen Colbert does, and so does a guy in the crowd who just wants to help George Lucas out.

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Convicted OC serial killer denied parole


Brett Matthew Paul Thomas, now 56, and his friend, Mark Titch, were convicted in 1977 after committing the murders during robbery or burglary attempts in Orange County.