July 18, 2019
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Former Chief Alicia Ault said she was told it was incoming Sheriff Alex Villanueva’s “No. 1 priority” to reinstate Caren Carl Mandoyan by the Friday before Villanueva took office.
Every weekend one of the most colorful markets sets up on the sidewalk of the Piñata District. It’s street food theater that overwhelms the senses.
Visitors to the Lakers’ posh training center in El Segundo enter through oversized glass doors and are greeted by large rotating photos on three vertical flat screens framed in gold.
Middle-class Americans are bearing the brunt of the rise in health insurance deductibles and medical bills. That’s helped widen political divisions.
A magnitude 4.6 earthquake was reported Wednesday evening at 8:59 p.m. near Ridgecrest, Calif.
LAPD officers have cordoned off the area as they search for the suspect.
Call it a bailout or pure pragmatism, Gov. Gavin Newsom did the right thing with a new law to help utilities pay for costs associated with wildfires sparked by their equipment.
People raise fears on Twitter and other social media sites that on iPhones, FaceApp would be able to see and upload all your photos. That’s not actually true
Buena Park officials are warning residents of coyote encounters, noting the predators’ activity tends to increase in the summer.
A man burst into a famous animation studio in Kyoto and started a fire early Thursday, Japanese authorities said.
Apollo 11: 50 years since the moon landing
Remembering Jonathan Gold
Jonathan Gold remembered in (mostly) his own words.
Though he was most famous for his writing and his eating, Jonathan Gold was more than just the belly of Los Angeles.
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