The institution in Mar Vista spans the modern history of West Los Angeles and the region’s halting efforts to house the mentally ill.
Russia freed the WNBA star in a dramatic high-level prisoner exchange, with the U.S. releasing notorious Russian arms dealer Viktor Bout.
More than a dozen individuals who worked with David Graziano described him as a volatile and bullying boss.
In its fourth week, the massive academic workers strike has led to canceled finals, delayed grades and growing angst among students.
With coronavirus cases surging and hospitalizations worsening, Los Angeles County once again faces the possibility of a renewed public indoor mask mandate.
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Household wells in California are drying up in record numbers due to drought and groundwater overpumping. Rural families are the hardest hit.
Virginia police now say their background check should have flagged Austin Lee Edwards, who later killed three family members of a Riverside teen he “catfished.”
In Image Magazine issue 16, ‘Interiority,’ an all-star cast of archivists deepen the city’s collective memory of fashion, art and culture in the city.
When our reporter, David Wharton, picked up fencing, he wondered why he even tried. Younger opponents, sore muscles, wincing pain. But something kept him going. Something brought him back practice after practice. He couldn’t say no.