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Stories by David Wagner
Some in the cannabis industry say the rules around where pot shops can locate have become so broad that, in certain cases, they might include traffic medians.
Big losses on Wall Street should concern Californians — even those with no money in the stock market — because they can have a big impact on the state's budget.
Most homeowners' insurance policies exclude coverage for mudslides. But California's insurance commissioner says in the case of Montecito, insurers should pay out. Here's why.
Four Southern California households at four different income levels shared their tax returns with us. Here's how the GOP's tax overhaul will affect each of them.
LA Times journalists vote to unionize as the paper's publisher, Ross Levinsohn, faces allegations of past "frat house behavior", and inappropriate conduct.
A Santa Barbara County flower grower says a trucking route that usually takes three hours is now taking eight.
There were also at least 25 injured, with thousands still under evacuation orders. At least 50 had to be rescued by helicopters.
There were also at least 25 injured, with thousands still under evacuation orders. In Burbank, the storm overflowed a storm basin Tuesday afternoon, sending mud flowing through.
With the first major storm of the season heading for Southern California, residents in the burn areas for recent major fires are preparing for potential mudslides.
Nicola Hanna wouldn't say whether he'll prosecute marijuana distributors after Obama-era restrictions on enforcing federal pot laws were lifted.
Hoping to buy some legal recreational weed on Jan. 1? You'll have to leave Los Angeles to find a shop ready for sales — or wait until February.
Economists say fewer Californians are likely to itemize their taxes under the GOP plan. Does that mean they'll stop making tax-deductible contributions to charity?
Golden Staters typically deduct an average of $18,400 for state and local taxes from their federal tax bill. The GOP plan would limit that to $10,000.
"We're seeing many folks waiting to see what will happen before they make a decision on what's good for their family," said one realtor.
The Skirball Fire burning in the Bel Air area was 75 percent contained by Saturday afternoon, with most — but not all — evacuation orders lifted.