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Archive for November 10th, 2017
More than 708,000 U.S. citizenship applications are pending, with longer waits for applicants who are seeking to become citizens.
Law enforcement officials on Friday forced people to leave a miles-long stretch of dirt trail along the Santa Ana River in in Fountain Valley.
Hurricane Maria disrupted the operations of a leading manufacturer of saline IV bags — leading to a shortage that has affected California.
A study looks at the rate of miscarriage — and of babies born with the birth defect — among a group of pregnant women in Brazil. Researchers were surprised by what they found.
PG&E said in a legal filing Thursday that a preliminary investigation suggests that a private power line may have started the blaze that killed 21 people and destroyed more than 4,400 homes in Sonoma County.
Call it the Weinstein Effect. Multiple men in Hollywood are facing allegations ranging from sexual misconduct to rape. Here's a rundown.
Do your holiday shopping while supporting local vendors and craftspeople.
"ER' actor Anthony Edwards has revealed that he was molested as a child by a director and producer, staying quiet because of emotional manipulation.
Ellen Page says director Brett Ratner outed her in front of "X-Men" cast and crew when she was a sexually unsure 18-year-old, leaving her feeling violated and ashamed.
Crews began the work this week in flattened, blackened blocks of Santa Rosa's Coffey Park neighborhood. Where hundreds of houses once stood, now there's "nothing but burned everything."
Some GOP officials in Alabama are skeptical of allegations Roy Moore sexually assaulted a 14-year-old when he was 32. Others say that even if true, it would be irrelevant to his U.S. Senate campaign.
As state Democrats head into a key election year with several legislative wins racked up, Republicans are finding ways to push their agenda outside of Sacramento.
A lawyer for one of the women says the Los Angeles-area delegate axed the trio after they reported that he invited a young employee to visit him at home and in his hotel room.
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Downtown Los Angeles is the setting for an ambitious opera adaptation of Orson Welles' 1938 radio drama, created by Yuval Sharon.
California implemented new standardized tests in 2015, so it was expected that scores would dip before rising once students acclimated to the new format.
Veterans Day arrives Saturday, and for many people, it’s a day to honor friends and family who’ve served in the military.
On Thursday, one week after House GOP released their draft of the tax proposal, Senate Republicans unveiled their version of the tax-cut plan.
Four women have said Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore pursued sexual relationships with them when they were teenagers, according to a story in the Washington Post.
News broke Thursday about more sexual misconduct allegations in the entertainment industry, this time against comedian Louis C.K.
Larry Mantle and KPCC film critics Christy Lemire, Wade Major and Andy Klein review this weekend’s new movie releases.
Aaron Ward and Don Ray served in different wars at different times. But the bond they feel as veterans connects them on a deeper level.
Post 43 has been a sanctuary for combat veterans since it opened in the late 1920s. Now a new generation is overseeing multi-million dollar modernization.
When it comes to combating sea-level rise, erosion and sediment management, the Surfrider Foundation says California is more successful than other states.
Saturday, November 11, is Veterans Day. We reached out to our listeners to ask how they'll be honoring the vets in their life.