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Archive for April 20th, 2017
Hundreds filled First AME Church in South Los Angeles to lob questions at California senior senator and question if she's tough enough on President Trump.
UC says it will notify hundreds of students who gave their private health insurance information to an alleged multimillion-dollar prescription medication scam.
Most California community college students are placed in remedial education classes — but researchers say the way that decision is made is mostly inaccurate.
The DA says the complex scheme involved unnecessary creams, tests and treatments for workers' compensation insurance patients.
Construction began Thursday on what officials are calling a "model" for what housing for homeless could and should look like in Los Angeles.
The discovery that the liquid from canned beans can be whipped into an egg white substitute has taken the vegan world by storm. Now DIY recipes are being codified into cookbooks.
Research in epilepsy has found a key to why small pulses of electricity to the brain sometimes help and sometimes hurt a failing memory. Brains hurt by physical trauma or dementia might benefit, too.
It's the first mission to space for American Jack Fischer, who says there is one aspect of space station life that you can't train for on Earth: using a zero-gravity toilet.
The hairless, ground-dwelling, cold-blooded rodents have proven capable of surviving total oxygen deprivation. Their odd biology allows them to run on an alternative fuel.
From ugly fish like sea robin to the discarded parts of livestock, like ox cheeks and chicken feet, a new book celebrates repugnant-looking but flavorful foods, and urges us to eat more of them.
The president wants to give American workers a leg up in STEM careers. People who help train and place local Southern California workers in tech jobs say there's plenty of work.
Feuer announced the lawsuits in a statement released on Wednesday, stating the properties had long been the sites of rampant criminal activity.
Leg bones from two extinct mammals have been uncovered at the site of a future Miracle Mile subway station. They include a species of camel and a giant elephant.
As President Trump mulls getting rid of these Obamacare subsidies, one man tells his story of how they helped him get needed treatment.
Metro drew 130,000 rides on its bike share system from July to March, but it will take more users to hit its mark. Drier spring and summer weather should help.
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Selling tamales, wontons, blintzes and other foods made in a home kitchen that aren’t “non-potentially hazardous” is considered a crime in California. That’s something Assembly Bill 626, introduced by Eduardo Garcia (D-Coachella), is trying to change.
Domestic violence often leaves victims feeling isolated, trapped or embarrassed.
The gubernatorial race is on in California. High profile names like former L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom have thrown their hats in the ring for the 2018 election.
President Trump and Congressional Republicans have vowed to repeal the Dodd-Frank Act.
Let’s face it. Police car chases are hard to stop watching.
The all-electric SUV won best overall, beating 64 other vehicles. It got a perfect score for fuel economy, emissions and cargo capacity behind the second seat.
One California lawmaker has a bill that aims to protect officers who unknowingly present incorrect information in reports.
"He will walk away with a boatload of money, and the boat will be big!"
Get ready! Yummy Latin American dish staples such as ceviche, tamales, empanadas and flan are being immortalized on postage stamps.
An all-female group of CalArts music students is shaking things up by mixing and matching musical styles and traditions
At Cinépolis Jr., kids get their yah-yahs out on an indoor playground so they can settle down and watch movies.
John Ridley's documentary, "Let it Fall: Los Angeles 1982-1992," marks the 25 year anniversary of the 1992 L.A. Riots. He says a goal of the film was to "break hearts and lift spirits."
The Loh Down On Science
Lots of people made only one film in the careers. Many of them stank. But a few directors made great films, then never made another film.
Desert X is a site-specific art exhibition in the Coachella Valley. The showcase features 16 contemporary art installations, spread out in the desert.