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Los Angeles is the most diverse and interesting food city in the United States. It’s a place where street tacos are as revered as any 12-course omakase dinner — and rightly so. My job is to connect hungry Angelenos — through food — to the culture, history, people, and neighborhoods that make up our city.
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This USC Student Got Paid To Investigate His School — And Discovered New Details About Major Sexual Misconduct Allegations
Campus physician Dr. Dennis Kelly has now been accused by 48 men of sexually abusing them during exams.
"Instead of tacos they had foldies. We don't know what a foldy is. We don't eat foldies around here. We eat tacos."
Follow the latest on all the news from Tuesday's California primary election here, including updated results.
From dachshunds, tarantulas and strawberries to wiener dog races, a vinyl swap meet and a royal wedding, your SoCal weekend is jampacked with fun events.
Like American men's champ Nathan, Karen Chen is 18 and a first-time Olympian. She also transforms into a powerhouse on the ice.
A Riverside County couple charged with torturing their 13 home-schooled children has sparked legislation to increase oversight of California's home schools.
Ten athletes from Southern California are in South Korea competing in the 2018 Winter Olympics. It's a long road. Here's a little bit about how they got there.
It happened in the backyard of a Lake Los Angeles home. The man was wanted on a felony charge of making criminal threats.
Rams head coach Sean McVay was named Coach of the Year, making him the youngest person to win the award at 31 years old.
The big cat had been tracked almost her entire life, as she established her home range and had three litters of kittens.
Early Wednesday morning brought a lunar event that hadn't been seen since 1866. Scientists say data gathered during the event could help them figure out where to land a rover on the moon.
The six candidates came out swinging at their first town hall. They weren't the only ones. A vocal crowd cheered and booed.
As expected, many people are showing their support for the movement to end sexual harassment and inequality with their choice of clothing.
The storm should roll in Monday evening and could bring an inch of rain or more to the Los Angeles area through Tuesday.
Anticipation is high — if Californians can find a place to buy marijuana when it becomes legal for recreational use on New Year's Day.