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  • USC siphoning off much of Alzheimer's project funding from UC San Diego

    USC siphoning off much of Alzheimer's project funding from UC San Diego

    In the latest twist in the ongoing dispute over a prestigious Alzheimer's disease research project, USC is siphoning off much of the project's funding from UC San Diego.

  • On art, Metro flare-ups and John Fante's cactus

    On art, Metro flare-ups and John Fante's cactus

    Colorado native Ryan Gattis' new novel, "All Involved," unfolds during the 1992 Los Angeles riots. The California section's Jason Song sat with Gattis over a plate of mole at Rocio's in Bell Gardens, grilling him about his research into gang life, his work with the arts collective United Group...

  • Mediterranean-style mansion in Beverly Hills

    Mediterranean-style mansion in Beverly Hills

    Lion statues stand sentry at the entrance of this elegant two-story mansion on more than an acre in Beverly Hills. At the back of the house another pair look out over an expansive pool area surrounded by lawn and hidden by tall hedges. Silver and gold leaf details and a dramatic two-story foyer...

  • Unique homes for sale in Orange in the low $800,000s

    Unique homes for sale in Orange in the low $800,000s

    From its Eichler tracts to the wide-ranging architecture in its Old Towne District, there’s no shortage of style in Orange. Here’s a sampling of unique homes you can buy in the area in the low $800,000s.

  • Lawyers call DWP billing settlement 'half-baked,' urge court to reject

    Lawyers call DWP billing settlement 'half-baked,' urge court to reject

    Attorneys representing several Los Angeles residents who sued the Department of Water and Power over the disastrous rollout of its new billing system are balking at a proposed settlement that the utility reached in a separate lawsuit over inflated and erroneous bills, calling it “half-baked.”

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