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Stories by Sharon McNary
The U.S. Forest service will resume night firefighting flights by water-dropping helicopters in Southern California, the first since 1983.
KPCC's politics reporter, Sharon McNary decided to follow former Gov. Mitt Romney’s running mate, Rep. Paul Ryan on Twitter. She had no idea where it would lead her.
Director Jay Roach mines real-life political drama — sexting, attack ads, shotgun accidents, etc. — in his new comedy with Will Ferrell versus Zach Galifianakis.
An appeals court has overturned the 2004 criminal conviction of former mayor Omar Bradley for the misuse of public funds.
San Bernardino City Council tells city staff to defer paying big bills to free up $12 million for payroll, retirement costs.
To get through September, the city will defer paying rent, bills, continue employee salary cuts, suspend new purchases and construction projects.
Ride was a Ph.D candidate at Stanford when she answered an ad to become a NASA astronaut. She died in La Jolla, California after a battle with cancer.
The San Bernardino City Council declared Wednesday that it faced a fiscal emergency and voted 5-2 to file for bankruptcy within 30 days.
San Bernardino City Council members are scheduled to vote Wednesday evening on whether to declare a fiscal emergency in the debt-riddled city.
The LAUSD violated state law by waiting nearly a year to inform the agency that oversees teacher credentials that it had moved to dismiss former Miramonte Elementary School teacher Mark Berndt accused of spoon-feeding his semen to children.
The District suspended Mark Berndt last February, and initiated steps to fire him.
When the giant earthquake and tsunami hit Japan three weeks ago, Angelenos in beach communities started thinking again about the chance that someday a tsunami could inundate our shores. Does Los Angeles have a plan if that happens, and are Angelenos paying attention?
Marchers, musicians, equestrian units and other entertainers in the 122nd Rose Parade played to enthusiastic, but chilly crowds under clear skies Saturday.
Ever wish you could ask the questions at a political debate? Here's your chance to grill the candidates for California governor.
It sounds like a small thing to a free person, but merely getting a hat and the permission to wear it to protect his scalp from recurring skin cancer is an ongoing issue for Jon Andreas, who transferred to Avenal State Prison in March 2009.