California's drought is drying up water supplies at some of the state parks system's most popular sites, forcing closure of showers and bathrooms.
The inmate in blue jail-issue scrubs turned toward Mecca and sang the midday call to prayer heard at Muslim places of worship around Southern California on the last Friday of Ramadan.
Thousands of elementary school teachers have been asked this summer to hold on to their lesson plans as 37 school districts throughout the state seek to show that they are providing students with required exercise.
It is near midnight. The Ramadan prayers have just been said, the congregants have paid respect to Allah and headed home. Only the gray-haired imam and his wife remain at the little house of faith they have devoted their lives to.
When state regulators tried to tally water use across California recently, they didn't exactly get a flood of cooperation.
As they seek to resolve the fate of the aviation-themed Proud Bird restaurant, Los Angeles airport officials are raising the ire of supporters of another LAX institution: the Flight Path Learning Center and Museum, visited by thousands of people annually.
Last year, James Hammond, the superintendent of the Montclair-Ontario Unified School District in the Inland Empire, was paid $492,077. Jonathan Eagan, the principal of a junior high school in the Bay Area city of Martinez made $279,669.
Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of June 29 - July 5, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SPECIALS The 4th of July Parade Live from Huntington Beach, the largest Independence Day parade west of the Mississippi, hosted by David Ono and Ellen Leyva. 10 a.m. ABC 3,2,1 Fireworks This new special offers a tour of preparations for Washington, D.C.'s July Fourth celebration. 7:30 p.m. KOCE Macy's 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular The show lights up the skies above the Big Apple; scheduled performers include Ariana Grande, Hunter Hayes, Miranda...