Former producer Cerise Castle claims she experienced a pattern of racist behavior while working at KCRW. The station disputes some of her allegations.
The descent of a curving stretch of Hawthorne Boulevard heading into the L.A. Basin is routine for many commuters but can be treacherous even for those familiar with the road.
The California Supreme Court upholds the constitutionality of a state law that prevents most offenders under age 16 from being tried as adults.
House Minority Leader McCarthy sees a chance to ride his warm relationship with Trump into the House majority and a job he’s wanted for years — speaker.
Biden also slashing support for Saudi bombing campaign in Yemen and attempting to resuscitate the Iran nuclear agreement.
The pervasive fear is gone, though not everyone is ready to resume pre-pandemic habits after receiving both vaccine doses.
The backlog of coronavirus-related fatalities, most of which occurred in December and January, was discovered following extensive checks of death records.
Forty percent of coronavirus vaccines for school staff in Los Angeles County will go to L.A. Unified
Sheriff Alex Villanueva confirmed the deputy’s death on Twitter. The LAPD motorcycle officer struck earlier was injured and hospitalized.
The Santa Ana High School student will study biology in the fall of 2021. But first she had to help her father get out of an immigration detention center.
Engine failures on commercial planes happen with some frequency. Modern jets are designed to fly safely for a while even after one engine quits.
Wolfgang Puck is building an outdoor dining room and bar in front of Spago in Beverly Hills
Today’s car traveler must be a road warrior, never caught unawares by this strange new travel world.
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Prisoner advocate Dorsey Nunn wants to kick Jim Crow out of the California Constitution.
Influencers of all stripes are racing to build up their followings on Clubhouse, spending hours a day on the audio app. Why are people doing this?
With a new memoir, ‘You’re Leaving When?,’ the writer-actress contemplates illness, middle age and an empty nest, humorously.
‘I believe there are no bad dogs, just uninformed owners,’ says Oakland’s Jas Leverette, star of the new Netflix series ‘Canine Intervention.’
Gimlet podcast ‘Reply All’ apologizes, ending miniseries ‘The Test Kitchen.’
ViacomCBS hopes to compete in the streaming wars by leveraging legacy brands including MTV, Nickelodeon, BET, Paramount and CBS.
The fatigued Lakers are struggling without Anthony Davis and Dennis Schroder as evidenced by a fourth consecutive loss in a blowout at Utah.
The Clippers filed a motion at Los Angeles County Superior Court last week to dismiss a lawsuit filed by Johnny Wilkes in December.
Bellinger sustained the shoulder injury when he smashed forearms with Kiké Hernández celebrating his go-ahead home run in Game 7 of the National League Championship Series.
The USWNT came out in full force early to rout Argentina 6-0 in the SheBelieves Cup final on Wednesday in Orlando, Fla.
New Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm will be a key player in President Biden’s vision for a green economy as the U.S. fights to slow climate change.
John Geddert, a former U.S. Olympic gymnastics coach with ties to disgraced sports doctor Larry Nassar, is charged with crimes including sex assault.
The conviction of Eyad Gharib, a former officer in Syria’s intelligence service, has stirred debate over how best to go after alleged war criminals.
A new public service ad campaign aims to persuade Americans to get vaccinated against COVID-19, telling them, “It’s Up to You.”
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