July 23, 2019
Top News
An overbilling scandal earlier this decade at the Department of Water and Power is now the subject of an FBI probe. Here’s what we know.
The Dodgers are adding a new center field plaza that will include food establishments, a beer garden, two sports bars and a children’s play area.
Warnings are issued for Southern California’s inland cities as the second heat wave of the summer is expected to bring dangerous humid weather.
The cost of building a Metro rail line through the Sepulveda Pass could top $13 billion, officials said Tuesday.
The operations — widely publicized by President Trump — were focused on about 2,000 families with final orders of removal by an immigration judge.
Gov. Gavin Newsom on Tuesday announced a shakeup of the state Department of Motor Vehicles, appointing its third director in a year and backing an overhaul of the agency’s practices in response to widespread public complaints of poor service, including hours-long wait lines and a botched “motor voter” program.
In the lawsuit, filed Tuesday in federal court in Washington, Trump is attempting to fend off a potential request for the documents under New York’s so-called TRUST Act from Committee Chairman Richard Neal.
Angela Phakhin, 29, was convicted of first-degree murder in the death of her daughter after she left the girl in a hot car for more than nine hours.
A glitch that failed to notify applicants of the shutdown has been fixed, Customs and Border Protection says. You have two options to complete the process.
Since California mandated that virtually all kids be vaccinated to attend public school, there has been a big increase in families opting for home schooling.
The Trump administration has intensified its crackdown on China over trade, technology and security — and now it has spread to America’s vaunted universities, turning the University of California into an especially big target.
The University of California has opened its doors to the largest and most diverse class of Californians ever for the fall semester of 2019.
Olsons Scandinavian Delicatessen on Pico Boulevard is attempting to raise $50,000 through the GoFundMe.com crowd-funding site to keep the restaurant open.
The series is wickedly funny but has been overlooked by an entertainment media still enamored with unattainable levels of wealth and zero body fat, TV critic Lorraine Ali says.
This week’s top restaurant news stories include a new food hall in Santa Monica with a restaurant from Graham Elliot.
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