She admitted falling for a man whose embrace she had never known, who lived his days in what he called ‘paseo de la muerte.’ Death row.
Colorado River in Crisis
As climate change and overuse threaten the Colorado River, Native American tribes seek a larger role in the river’s stewardship.
Laverne & Shirley
Cindy Williams, who played upbeat Shirley Feeney to Penny Marshall’s wise-cracking Laverne DeFazio in the 1970s sitcom ‘Laverne & Shirley,’ has died.
As China’s economy slows, more young people are exploring nomadic lifestyles in a rebuff of societal pressure to work hard, buy a home and start a family.
Dharmesh Patel drove his wife and their 7-year-old daughter and 4-year-old son off the cliff at Devil’s Slide, a dangerous portion of Highway 1 just south of San Francisco.
Wildly profitable tech companies are citing an as-yet national recession to make deep workforce cuts. They may have another agenda, Times columnist Brian Merchant says.
Anthony Lowe was shot and killed by Huntington Park police officers Thursday afternoon. He was pronounced dead at the scene of the shooting.
A Times series exposing labor exploitation, corruption and other problems in California’s cannabis industry spurs calls for action.
The conflict between agriculture, renewable power and water supply is playing out in the desert. In this episode of Repowering the West, L.A. Times energy reporter Sammy Roth explores how solar development is affecting farmers who supply the bulk of the nation’s winter vegetables.