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Archive for February 21st, 2018
Workers are frantically calling motel owners, seeking rooms for the homeless people being removed from the Santa Ana riverbed.
Until recently, the city of LA's Personnel Department had received just 35 reports of harassment in a five-year stretch. Recently, reports have drastically increased.
Mendoza apologized Wednesday to anyone who felt uncomfortable because of his behavior but flatly denied two of the more serious allegations.
After a security guard heard a student threaten to open fire at El Camino High School, authorities found two assault rifles and nearly 100 high-capacity magazines at his home.
Giancarlo Scotti was arrested in September after authorities said he went into a cell with two female inmates and engaged in sex acts with them.
A bipartisan group of mayors from the state's largest cities, including Los Angeles, are asking lawmakers to chip in and help them address a growing homeless crisis.
Several conspiracy-oriented sites and an aide to a Florida lawmaker claimed two students who survived the Parkland shooting are "crisis actors." They're not.
Sharing wrenching tales, students and parents appealed to the President to set aside politics and protect school children from gun violence.
President Trump now accepts that Russia launched a wave of active measures against the U.S. but blames his predecessor for not taking any action.
We could lose one of California's most defining, and important, ecological features by the end of the century, due to climate change.
About 67 percent of the more than half a million Asians who call the San Gabriel Valley home are foreign-born, according to a new report.
BMW has opened a new workshop to train service members to be auto technicians. Dealers hope the program will address a worker shortage.
Kikkan Randall and Jessica Diggins are the first American women ever to win a medal in cross-country — and they made it gold.
Graham, the most widely heard Christian evangelist in history and a counselor to presidents, had been treated in recent years for cancer, pneumonia and other ailments.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department investigates its own officers’ shootings — a common practice in California. Officials are adamant that their investigations into police shootings are impartial, highly supervised and beyond reproach.
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To immerse audiences in the chaos, terror and heroism of war, sound designer Richard King and his team knew they needed the real thing.
The actor says performing dozens of takes on every scene was exhausting, but ultimately fulfilling. It paid off with an Oscar nomination for best foreign language film.
He wants the next LAPD chief to be someone who is trusted inside and outside the department, is well-grounded in policing and is a good spokesperson.
A wave of sexual harassment allegations have swept the California Legislature since the #MeToo movement.
The Rev. Billy Graham, who transformed American religious life through his preaching and activism, becoming a counselor to presidents and the most widely heard Christian evangelist in history, died Wednesday at 99-years-old.
Over President’s Day weekend, Disney-Marvel’s “Black Panther” smashed the box office, bringing in over $200 million opening weekend and labeling it Fandango’s fourth biggest pre-seller of all time, just on the heels of the last three “Star Wars” movies.
A San Francisco case of a defendant with bail set at $350,000 is getting a lot of attention.
Software programs that infiltrate social media to create disagreement and discord have their tells.
The newest player for the Los Angeles Angels is both a pitcher and a slugger.
Graham rose to stardom because of an eight-week "pop-up" he did in 1949 near downtown L.A.
They're young, realistic and media savvy. Here's how Generation Z could shape the country and the world.
Don't be alarmed if you see smoke billowing out of San Bernardino. It’s not another wildfire. It’s part of a U.S. Forest Service pile burning project.