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Archive for October 5th, 2017
The man who replaced the disgraced dean of USC's medical school is out after less than a year. USC's provost announced Thursday that Dr. Rohit Varma is "no longer dean."
The law places sharp limits on how state and local law enforcement agencies can comply with federal immigration authorities. That puts California in conflict with President Trump.
The local victims include a Simi Valley school office manager, a Manhattan Beach special education teacher and a Manhattan Beach civilian police employee.
The NRA joined the Trump administration and top congressional Republicans Thursday in a swift and surprising embrace of a restriction on Americans' guns, though a narrow one.
Weinstein, one of the most powerful men in Hollywood, made the announcement following a New York Times story that he sexually harassed employees and actresses for decades.
Calling someone a Neanderthal because of his coarse manners or brutish looks may seem like fun. But be careful. Neanderthal DNA persists inside many of us.
The World Health Organization is sounding the alarm about antibiotic-resistant infections. California is taking steps to prevent their spread.
Los Angeles police detained protesters who shut down an intersection on Thursday, the last day for young immigrants protected under the federal DACA program to renew their protection before the program ends.
Los Angeles County authorities arrested a suspect after a man was stabbed in his face and body during an argument at a commuter rail station.
Imagine your big sister buying you tickets to go hear your favorite country music stars in Las Vegas. Imagine the two of you getting split up as someone starts shooting.
Where other mass killers have left behind a trail of plain-sight clues that help investigators quickly understand what drove them to violence, Paddock, 64, had nearly no close friends, social media presence or other clear connections to the broader world.
A Big Sur-area bridge that was closed when landslides cut off the Central California wilderness area is scheduled to reopen next week.
Kazuo Ishiguro, author of "The Remains of the Day" and "Never Let Me Go," was five when his family moved from Japan to Britain; he has said that as a kid, he used TV Westerns — like "Bonanza" and "Wagon Train" — to help him learn English.
Construction giant AECOM unveiled plan to marry myriad development plans and local master plans into a cohesive vision for the Los Angeles River in downtown LA.
Santa Ana’s former police chief filed suit against the city claiming he was forced to resign after raising questions about possible corruption among city officials.
Penny Newman began pushing to clean up toxic waste in the 1980s. Now, the mother of the environmental justice movement in Southern California is running for public office.
As of yesterday, federal officials said they had yet to receive applications from thousands of young immigrants eligible to renew their protection one last time.
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NPR music critic Ann Powers says it's too simplistic to equate country music artists and fans with gun rights advocates. But the National Rifle Association's NRA Country does complicate things.
State regulators will not require Uber and Lyft drivers to do biometric background checks, such as fingerprinting, a subject that’s been hotly debated by taxi groups and the rideshare companies.
Investigations continue into the motives and details surrounding Stephen Paddock, the Las Vegas shooter.
Tomorrow night marks the start of the National League division series, and LA’s Dodgers are beginning to feel the squeeze.
When a man opened fire Sunday at a country music festival opposite the Mandalay Bay resort and casino on the Las Vegas strip, the concert became a scene filled with confusion and chaos.
As the end of DACA approaches, we talk with three local DACA recipients about how they and their families are preparing for an uncertain future.
California has some of the toughest gun laws in the country — but do they make the Golden State safer?
Walk almost anywhere in L.A. and you'll see signs of those struggling with homelessness. A new photo series strives to get their message out.
LA City Councilman David Ryu proposed a motion this week that would bring dockless bike sharing to the city so cyclists can pick up and drop off bikes without the rack.
No Place Like LA is our new series that asks transplants and immigrants to LA, "When was the moment you felt that Los Angeles was truly home?"