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Golden Staters typically deduct an average of $18,400 for state and local taxes from their federal tax bill. The GOP plan would limit that to $10,000.
You're going to see "Star Wars: The Last Jedi"! Great! Here's your checklist to make sure you have the best time possible at a theater near you.
With newfound support from two wavering senators, lawmakers appear to be on track to pass the measure and deliver it to President Trump for his signature by Christmas.
Nearly three-quarters of the state's worst fires have happened since 2000. Experts blame forest management techniques, home construction in wilderness and climate change.
"The Florida Project" producer Andrew Duncan has been accused of sexual misconduct by a dozen anonymous women and is stepping down from his company June Pictures.
Much of the information doctors hand patients before surgery is too complex and hard to understand. So British researchers asked 9-year-olds to rewrite a brochure about a hip replacement.
U.S. Rep. Steve Knight who's running for reelection is regularly dogged by protests as unhappiness with President Trump and Knight's votes triggers more activism.
Wildfires, hurricanes, flooding — this fall has brought a wave of natural disasters to the U.S. With that comes many days where schools are closed — and those absences add up.
Apparently people are showing up in the ER with nerve injuries from improperly cutting the pit out of an avocado. So now there's a cute seedless variety.
A judge found there is sufficient evidence to suspect two men are legally responsible for a fire that broke out last year at an unpermitted concert in a warehouse where people were living illegally.
The 20 temporary licenses represent a fraction of the thousands of licenses expected to follow as the state embraces legal weed in 2018, but their release set off jubilation.
Lawmakers have agreed to keep the medical expense deduction, according to reports from NPR. The deduction provides tax relief to an estimated million California households.
As the number of refugees allowed to enter the U.S. drops during President Trump's administration, some service agencies have suspended their resettlement programs.
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When the Antaeus Theatre Company moved into its new space in Glendale, the building was given a tried-and-true design element
The play follows an all-girls soccer team between matches. As she wrote the play, DeLappe says she envisioned it as a war movie.
By now, you’ve likely read about the agreement Disney and Fox have reached for the former to swallow up a big portion of the latter – specifically, Disney is paying $52.4 billion for most of 21st Century Fox.
Larry Mantle and KPCC film critics Lael Loewenstein, Wade Major, and Charles Solomon review this weekend’s new movie releases.
In light of the New York subway bomber, the White House has renewed its rhetoric about the need for a merit-based rather than family-based immigration system.
With the mega Disney-21st Century Fox deal, 22 regional sports networks will be moved under the Disney / ESPN banner.
The Los Angeles City Council is considering a novel idea: creating savings accounts for students in the Los Angeles Unified School District in hopes that they’ll be more likely to go to college.
A Los Angeles accountant weighs in on how the federal tax bill could impact the way many individuals file taxes
The latest fashion looks from a galaxy far, far away. Think Princess Leia ankle boots, Obi-Wan hoodies, Hoth ensembles.... you get the idea.
Housing, homelessness, and affordability will keep acting San Francisco Mayor Breed busy until the special election in June.
The Twilight Concert Series has been searching for ways to control the event, but haven't been able to satisfy concerns from city staff and police.