Fellow Lakers legend believes Bryant’s early failure as an 18-year-old pushed him toward a path of greatness.
An Israeli air raid in Gaza City has killed at least 10 Palestinians in the deadliest single strike since the battle with Hamas rulers erupted.
A group of residents is looking to recall Los Angeles City Councilman Mike Bonin, who came up with the idea.
Atty. Gen. Rob Bonta’s office asks judge to dismiss 10 charges involving women who have accused Grant Robicheaux and Cerissa Riley of sexual assault.
The nation’s largest higher education systems will get a major funding boost under the proposed state budget announced by Gov. Gavin Newsom.
The CDC says vaccinated people no longer have to wear masks indoors. California says they do, and businesses are now forced to deal with the ambiguity.
Newsom’s latest budget plans to tackle some of California’s problems like homelessness, education and preventing wildfires.
The complaint sought a response from immigration authorities to the applications that 84 “Dreamers” submitted nine months ago.
CBS’ former CEO Leslie Moonves said he would donate his entire settlement to charity after resolving the severance pay dispute. The amount was not disclosed.
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Meals by Genet, the restaurant at the heart of Fairfax’s Little Ethiopia, has reached a turning point — takeout only.
Sesame L.A. may occupy just 250 square feet of Chinatown’s Central Plaza, but owner Linda Sivrican has managed to fill her market with a childhood’s worth of memories by way of Asian condiments, pantry staples and snacks.
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.
After Trump separated children from their families, they’ve gotten crucial therapy, paid for by the government. But the future of those services is up in the air.
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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Netflix is developing a spinoff of its hit period drama, ‘Bridgerton,’ centering on characters Queen Charlotte, Violet Bridgerton and Lady Danbury.
Olivia Rodrigo’s edgy new single, ‘Good 4 U,’ is fueling excitement for her upcoming ‘Saturday Night Live’ performance and debut studio album.
Andrew Garfield and Maya Hawke play characters swept up in the world of online influencer culture in Gia Coppola’s satirically abrasive ‘Mainstream.’
White presided over the merger of SAG with its former rival union, AFTRA.
For the first time since Michael Jordan was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame, a 600-square-foot exhibit will open for an inductee: Kobe Bryant.
Serge Ibaka had 15 points and seven rebounds in his first game since March 14, but the Clippers lost 122-115 to the host Houston Rockets.
Griffin Canning pitched six strong innings Friday, but the Angels’ bullpen blew a seventh-inning lead in a 4-3 loss to the Red Sox at Fenway Park.
Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit passed a drug test and is cleared to run at the Preakness Stakes, where trainer Bob Baffert has become the story without being present.
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Ebrahim Raisi, an Iranian cleric who took part in a panel involved in the mass execution of thousands of prisoners in 1988, sought the presidency in 2017.
Plans call for a rover to stay in the lander for a few days of diagnostic tests before rolling down a ramp to explore an icy area of Mars known as Utopia Planitia.
A Colorado man suspected in the death of his wife in 2020 is also accused of submitting a fraudulent vote on her behalf for then-President Trump .
A House panel has reached an agreement to form a bipartisan commission to investigate the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.
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In a momentous turn in the fight against COVID-19, federal officials are significantly easing mask guidelines as the threat of the pandemic rapidly fades.
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