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Californians cut way back on water consumption during the drought. But we still trail far behind many East Coast states.
Michael Mears was 39 and a Marine veteran. He suffered cardiac arrest and died two days after one officer stunned him six times with a Taser and others beat him.
California community colleges are considering creating an online community college to help people who aren't necessarily looking to earn a degree.
Gloria and Bill Single lived together in a nursing home until she was evicted without warning. Complaints about illegal evictions from nursing homes are up 73 percent in California since 2011.
As global temperatures continue to climb, animals have to adapt. For 202 different species of California birds, that means nesting earlier in the year.
High pressure, which for decades has been a top reading of at least 140 or a bottom one of 90, drops to 130 over 80 in advice announced Monday by a dozen medical groups.
The driver of a bus operated by Fresno-based Autobuses Coordinados USA Inc. had only slept about five hours over the 40 hours preceding the Aug. 2, 2016 crash.
A video shows the Vietnam-based Bkav apparently bypassing the feature. Apple has touted the function as secure since it was unveiled in September.
First, there were Tupperware parties. Then Mary Kay soirees. Now, you might be sipping cocktails at an egg-freezing fête for women considering postponing motherhood.
So far, 91 percent of Trump's nominees are white, and 81 percent are male. Three of every four are white men, with few African-Americans and Hispanics in the mix.
Does a California law violate the Constitution by requiring anti-abortion pregnancy centers to inform clients about free or low-cost abortion and contraception services?
If Alex Azar is confirmed by the Senate, he would replace Dr. Tom Price, who resigned in September after a scandal involving government travel on private aircraft.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Monday he believes the women who were quoted in a Washington Post story about Moore's past relationships with them as young women.
The Take Back the Workplace March and the #MeToo Survivors March joined forces Sunday in the heart of Hollywood, where Harvey Weinstein accuser Lauren Sivan said the time is ripe for a re-ordering of power.
The Legislature has faced criticism over its handling of sexual misconduct allegations since nearly 150 women signed a letter in mid-October outlining a pervasive culture of sexual harassment and a system that does little to stop perpetrators.
Officials say at least 407 people have been killed in both countries and more than 6,000 have been injured.
On Wednesday, L.A. Metro plans to open a Union Station bike hub that includes bicycle racks and lockers, mechanics to help with repairs and a store for accessories.
Want to know who won the Dodgers tickets? Or Hamilton tickets?
The documentary looks at how Hollywood has depicted the Armenian Genocide, and how it also has been pressured — and agreed — to ignore that story.
Week in politics: How the Senate GOP is responding to Roy Moore allegations, wrapping up President Trump’s Asia trip and more| November 13 2017, 9:52 AM
Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore says he’s going to sue the Washington Post over the report it published last week in which four women, one of whom says she was a minor at the time of the alleged incident, accused Moore of sexual misconduct in the late 1970s, when he was a young assistant district attorney.
(AP) The Supreme Court is stepping into a free speech fight over California’s attempt to regulate anti-abortion crisis pregnancy centers.
The 1993 discovery of a chemical weapons dump next to American University shocked Washington, D.C. residents, but decades of ongoing cleanup still offered little details of the facility that left it there.
Yes. There’s a day of observance for everything. And today belongs to kindness.
A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Assn. examines whether over-the-counter drugs are as effective as opioids in relieving pain.
During President Trump's visit to the Philippines, very little was said about human rights violations, stemming from Duterte's war against illegal drugs.
Two women have come forward to accuse Senator Tony Mendoza of sexual misconduct. Now, the Senate Rules Committee wants to handle future accusations better.
NBC 4's three-month investigation into L.A.'s public library system found many branches were plagued with illicit drug use.
The Office of Homeless Solutions will centralize all of the city's outreach efforts into one location with the goal treating each person on an individual basis.
The Lake Arrowhead theme park added mountain bike trails, zip lines, an archery range and a bungee trampoline this year.
When people personally identify with someone, they are more likely to rationalize or defend bad behavior like sexual misconduct, despite evidence to the contrary.
The latest on the Hollywood sexual misconduct scandal, from the Louis CK accusations and apology to a sexual assault survivor rally.
US Immigration and Customs Enforcement detained more than 200 Vietnamese and Cambodian immigrants last month, irrespective of protections already in place.