Los Angeles police have arrested a man in connection with a trio of shootings that left three homeless men dead across the city in the past week.
A popular Netflix docuseries focuses on ‘Blue Zones,’ where lifestyles centered on faith, community and healthful eating lead to lower rates of chronic disease and greater longevity.
The recent hostage-for-prisoner swaps between Hamas and Israel have focused attention on the number of Palestinian minors imprisoned by Israel.
A fatal shooting at Fixins Soul Kitchen in L.A. Live — the first at the downtown complex — seemingly did little to deter visitors, diners and concertgoers this week.
Michael Latt, marketing strategist and Hollywood figure, was killed Monday in his home. He leaves behind a firm dedicated to uplifting marginalized artists.
The Nov. 9 incident at USC over the Israel-Hamas war went viral online, prompting thousands to sign opposing petitions to fire and reinstate John Strauss.
With safe, protected bike lanes and streets designed for humans, not only cars, we can have a future with an environmentally sound commuting option.
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Six years after a deadly Boyle Heights crash, the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department has moved to discipline two deputies involved.
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With a Keith Haring carousel and a Jean-Michel Basquiat Ferris wheel, Luna Luna aims to show the world that amusement parks should be taken seriously as an art-driven space.
In Butte County, farm landowners want to set up a new water district. Opponents fear it would open the door for selling water to other parts of California.
The Pogues’ ‘Fairytale of New York’ is one of the great holiday songs of the modern era, and a gorgeous, sozzled mess of a performance.
The Dodgers appear to be waiting for this offseason’s two biggest dominoes, Shohei Ohtani and Yoshinobu Yamamoto, to fall before making any other major moves.
Russian security forces have raided gay clubs and bars across Moscow less than 48 hours after the country’s top court banned what it called the “global LGBTQ+ movement” as an extremist organization.