Aug. 18, 2019
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Hundreds of thousands of vulnerable Californians could be at risk when utilities cut power to prevent wildfires during extreme weather.
Resorts and other property owners turn to professional falconers to get rid of nuisance birds in an eco-friendly way.
The debate over reparations for slavery is getting new attention through the 2020 presidential race. For the descendants of slaves in South Carolina, it’s personal.
In the case of a sudden, “no-deal” Brexit, the British government reportedly expects disruptions to drugs and medicine, a decrease in fresh food availability and potential fresh water shortages.
Portland police worked to keep the Proud Boys and other far-right extremist protesters separated from anti-fascist counter-demonstrators.
CicLAvia, the open-street festival, will draw thousands of bicyclists, skaters and pedestrians to Santa Monica and Hollywood boulevards and Highland Avenue on Sunday.
When lending money to friends and family, the first rule is to offer only what you’re able to lose. Because that’s often what happens.
Former football player Cedric Benson is ranked second on the all-time rushing list at the University of Texas with 5,540 yards.
Mater Dei opens the season at No. 1 in the Los Angeles Times rankings. A look at the top 25 high school football teams in Southern California.
Weekend reads
Data from seismic sensors in buildings across Southern California show how the 7.1 Ridgecrest earthquake produced surprisingly long periods of shaking in some areas.
Bernstein Research finds turnover at Tesla is sky high and worries that could hurt the company.
The once-ubiquitous ficus is making a comeback, helped in large part by millennials and the wellness movement.
The taut rope that was lowering an underwater listening station to the ocean’s floor collapsed on the tug boat’s deck with a slap, signaling to the crew on board that their mission was complete.
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