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Advocates say the long transfer times at community college make it a more expensive for students aiming for a four-year university.
The U.S. Census Bureau ranks California's poverty rate as the country's highest, when factoring in housing and other living costs.
Switching the state's presidential primary from June to March would change the strategy for presidential candidates, but it has unclear implications for voters.
"The nudge from Titan's gravity, even at that distant fly by approach distance was enough to seal Cassini's fate," said Todd Barber, lead propulsion engineer on the Cassini Mission.
A plan introduced by a state lawmaker would save as much as $1.5 billion a year and run the system more efficiently, supporters say.
U.S. District Judge William Orrick said Monday that allowing Los Angeles in the suit would open the door for cities across the country to join.
The announcement comes in response to President Donald Trump's decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
State regulators and the company said there were no risks to public health or safety and no release of gas into the atmosphere.
Insurers can reduce benefits or change how much they are willing to pay for services, but they are generally supposed to give customers 60 days' notice.
Irma is now a post-tropical cyclone, with top winds of only 25 mph — a far cry from the Category 4 storm that ravaged the Florida Keys on Sunday.
Hurricane Irma was the longest-lasting powerful hurricane or typhoon ever recorded, worldwide. It kept 185-mph winds for 37 hours — longer than any storm on record.
On Tuesday, the L.A. Unified School Board may call on staff to deliver a broad-ranging report on the district's college readiness data by January.
There were no blog entries published on this date.
Yves Bergquist looked at the relationship between Rotten Tomato scores and box office returns and found no correlation— positive or negative— between the two.
The actress, who has co-written other films, discusses her first solo directing effort on "Lady Bird" and lessons she learned from other directors.
It’s been over a month since John Kelly left his post as Secretary of Homeland Security to become President Trump’s chief of staff, following the ouster of his predecessor, former Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus.
The Dodgers have just passed a threshold, and it’s not good.
It’s been nine months since California legalized marijuana.
The UC system is making a push this fall to attract students who are the first in their families to go to college.
Apple is announcing the latest iPhone today in its Cupertino headquarter.
From “sanctuary state” legislation to highly debated housing bills, there is a lot to vote on before Friday in Sacramento.
Focusing on smaller tremors may help forecast larger earthquakes hundreds of miles away, it's a method that would be best implemented here in the Golden State.
State Attorney General Xavier Becerra filed a lawsuit Monday over President Trump's decision to end the DACA program.
The death toll from the deadly earthquake in Mexico has reached to nearly one hundred people, with more confirmed victims in Oaxaca and Chiapas.
Tuesday Reviewsday is our weekly new music segment, and this week Morgan Rhodes join A Martinez to talk about the latest releases.