In Lake County, Calif., just south of the Mendocino National Forest, business leaders seeking to boost tourism are squaring off against marijuana farmers.
Beneath its design is the engineering of what is arguably the most complicated high-rise to be built in the United States. Calculated to sway during powerful Santa Anas and absorb ground movement during the most severe earthquakes, it is wedded aesthetically and technically to the unique...
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Connor Eckhardt's family arrived at his bedside midday Monday to find that he was already in a coma. But they would have time to take pictures. They could try to internalize his smell. They could talk to him, trace the muscles in his arms, run their fingers through his hair.
L.A. County Supervisor Gloria Molina shows her fabric-loving softer side at the East Los Angeles Stitchers, which she and friends founded to share their love of quilting and bring more Latinas into its sisterhood.
Since 2012, when the ACLU began demanding changes in the treatment of Muslim inmates in Los Angeles County jails, the Sheriff's Department appears to have made significant improvements.
A Spanish-only theater camp this summer helps children with Latino roots hold onto their fluency in the language.
Masjid Al-Fatiha, unobtrusively situated on a busy street in Asuza, is believed to be the first American mosque created by Thai Muslims.