March 20, 2023



A weary, storm-soaked California is bracing for another bout of heavy rain, power outages and potential flooding this week.

Founded as a labor camp for agricultural workers, the small community of Pajaro has long languished in the shadow of nearby Watsonville.


In an interview with The Times, former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she’s ‘liberated,’ ‘free at last’ and writing a book.


Angelenos show a sharp generational divide on how they rate the LAPD’S performance and its treatment of people of different races, a new poll shows.


In order to move through a world where the coronavirus is endemic, we need a reliable way to assess our individual level of immunity. Here’s how we can.


Plus, a sprawling new food hall featuring some of L.A.’s best restaurants, Baroo returns, a new wine bar from the Tabula Rasa team and more.


The real-estate company that owns the studio responsible for landmark albums from Frank Sinatra to Green Day announces mass layoffs and a shift in direction.


Editors’ Pick

Among Japanese families, the topic of mental illness is heavily stigmatized. A South Bay support group hopes to do its part to help these families learn how to navigate the mental health system and support their loved ones with mental illness.


Here is what you may have missed: A massive three-day strike may shut down L.A. public schools; Newsom wants to transform San Quentin; and California prison program trains addiction counselors.



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