Jamiah Hargins wants microfarms to feed Los Angeles one frontyard at a time.
Israel said it was massing troops along the Gaza frontier ahead of a possible ground invasion, as the nation and Hamas edged closer to all-out war.
The payment came shortly after the attack got underway last week. The FBI discourages organizations from paying ransom to hackers.
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L.A. County officials said the latest guidance from federal officials will not be effective in California immediately.
Federal COVID-19 funds to the state would bring the amount allocated in recent months for grants to $4 billion.
It happened 9 a.m. Wednesday at La Jolla Village Drive and Torrey Pines Road. Police say officers contacted man about allegedly urinating in public.
An appeals court panel temporarily freezes the deadlines of a federal order to offer shelter to everyone on L.A.'s skid row by October.
Lakers owner Jeanie Buss and GM Rob Pelinka talk about their close personal relationships with Kobe Bryant on eve of his Hall of Fame induction.
How a Tyler Perry joke led to Chris Rock becoming executive producer and star of ‘Spiral: From the Book of Saw.’
Kornacki becomes a multi-hyphenate with roles at NBC Sports and a prime-time game show in addition to MSNBC.
With shops across the city reopening for dine-in service, L.A. customers are craving more than just a jolt of caffeine.
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The club is a space for young girls, femmes and nonbinary teenagers to learn new skills and hobbies in an open environment.
The Cactus Ranch feels secret, special even, because as far as nurseries go it’s relatively unknown. During the week, the property is a wholesale nursery business, closed to the public. But on weekends it’s open to anyone.
From Malibu to La Jolla, here are five Southern California trails that do something most hikes don’t — take you to the edge of the ocean.
The death of Pop Smoke stunned the music world last year. Now, new details of the slaying and how detectives tracked his alleged killers have come to light.
Despite a statewide mood of optimism, about 52 Californians are still succumbing to the novel coronavirus each day.
Former Lakers player and general manager Jerry West sat down with Los Angeles Times sports writer Broderick Turner to talk about Kobe Bryant’s induction into the NBA Hall of Fame and what Bryant meant to him.
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Jean Smart plays a Las Vegas comedian in “Hacks,” but the real subject of HBO Max’s new series is the generational divide.
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Casting a straight actor in landmark gay role isn’t a misstep. It’s a recognition of shared struggle.
Bryant’s induction into the Basketball Hall of Fame is a tribute not only to greatness, but to the circuitous route he traveled to get there.
Another club can now sign Albert Pujols and only pay him the prorated minimum of $570,050. The Angels would pay the rest of his $30-million salary.
The Clippers shook off a poor shooting effort, and six turnovers, in the second quarter to pull away from the Hornets in second half for a 113-90 win.
The Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Social Justice Champion award will honor NBA players committed to community action, social change and justice.
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Indians are blaming a national government that did not prepare for a second wave. Officials are now scrambling to distribute supplies.
Identical twin doctors who have fought bigotry all their lives have a lofty new mission: dismantling racism in medicine
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey is joining a growing number of Republican governors who are stopping payment of an extra $300 per week for unemployed workers to force people to return to work.
The American climber, 55, died at Everest’s highest camp after having to turn back. Bad weather had forced climbers to lower altitudes.
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