Feb. 1, 2023


Colorado River in Crisis

Rejecting a proposal by six other states for addressing the Colorado River crisis, California has offered a counter-proposal for sharing water cuts.

In Mexico, where the shrinking Colorado River no longer flows to the sea, some are calling for a “water revolution.”

Protests in Peru

Protest in Peru aimed at removing the president has become a rebellion of the Indigenous and poor, pushing for broad political, economic and social changes.

Inside the ballroom

Accounts from witnesses inside Star Ballroom Dance Studio paint a clearer view of what happened when a man walked into the Monterey Park studio armed with a semiautomatic pistol.


Rep. Ruben Gallego has entered the Arizona Senate race, raising the possibility of a three-way contest among him, the GOP nominee and Sen. Kyrsten Sinema.

Climate & Environment

From the sky, scientists are dropping devices with parachutes to peer into powerful atmospheric river storms, giving California advance warning.

food waste

L.A. residents must now put food waste in their green bins, or create their own compost pile, and there are lots of classes in February to teach you how.


Editors’ Pick

As a teen, Yoel Levy fled Lev Tahor, a Jewish sect based in Guatemala and described as an abusive cult. But getting his family out has been a challenge.


Sales of the Evidence brand, grown and packaged at the former Claremont Custody Center in Coalinga, raises funds and awareness for the Last Prisoner Project



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