Dec. 14, 2019
A chef found Obi Ndefo near death after a hit-and-run. Alberto Lazzarino said he’s no hero, he was doing what we all should do.
The hillside home must be torn down to the slab, a judge said in a recent ruling, declaring it a “danger to the public.” Then a bankruptcy filing put that order on pause.
‘I regret there is so much misunderstanding,’ school board president says after district pulled permit
Rejecting the plan could risk delaying the bankruptcy process and billions in payments to California wildfire victims.
A tenants’ rights group is suing the real estate developer behind a vast new project slated to rise in Hollywood, arguing that it tried to skirt city requirements meant to protect tenants being displaced by the new development.
Two children and a San Bernardino County probation officer are found dead after hours-long standoff with police at Ontario home.
After an outcry, the City Council postponed a vote on the proposal but the mayor insisted it would revisit the measure soon.
The future USNS Harvey Milk, being built by General Dynamics NASSCO, has value and symbolism beyond its deckplates, advocates say.
Lowrider magazine was once among the bestselling newsstand automotive periodicals in the country. After 42 years, it will cease to print this year.
California banned the sale of alligator skins decades ago, but for years, lawmakers granted exemptions. Not anymore.
Chartwell, the estate of late billionaire Jerrold A. Perenchio, has sold for the highest price in California history. The buyer is Lachlan Murdoch.
Year in Review
‘Green Book’ stunned at the Oscars, reporters told their stories about covering powerful men accused of sexual misconduct and streaming wars found new company with Disney+ and Apple+.
A look at the biggest sports stories from 2019, including the Rams’ Super Bowl loss, horse racing deaths and Tyler Skaggs’ death.
Many indie filmmakers crossed over to studio movies in 2019, including Greta Gerwig, James Gray and Marielle Heller
USC says it received notice of allegations from the NCAA regarding its men’s basketball program. Former assistant Tony Bland was charged in the college basketball corruption and bribery scandal.
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