Four blazes — the Glass and Boysen fires in Napa County, the Shady fire in Santa Rosa and the Zogg fire in Shasta County — ignited over the weekend.
The Shady fire erupted and quickly moved toward Santa Rosa, barreling between the burn scars of 2017’s Tubbs and Nuns fires.
Gusty Santa Ana winds up to 40 mph are expected, and humidity could fall into the teens and single digits, forecasters warned.
The order is the latest rejection of efforts by Postmaster General Louis DeJoy to make changes that have caused delays in delivery of medication, unemployment checks, more.
It’s the latest twist in the fight between California leaders, federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials and the corporations that manage the four immigration detention facilities in the state.
News of avowed billionaire Trump’s tax evasion plays to Biden’s Scranton-v-Park Ave. campaign. It won’t upend the race, but it’s another hurdle for Trump.
Trump needs to change a race he’s losing. Biden needs to prove himself to voters who don’t like the president but remain uncertain about the challenger.
As the U.S. confronts systemic racism, so does the Los Angeles Times. Through the paper’s history, it often showed at best a blind spot, at worst outright hostility, for nonwhite Angelenos — rooted and reflected in a glaring shortage of people of color on staff.
The Times once ran alarmist stories about “heathen Chinee” and supported the incarceration Japanese Americans during World War II. We’ve since made headway, but we still need to improve coverage of Asian Americans.
Fighting between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces over the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh continued Monday morning after erupting the day before.
Many Latinos gravitate to the Antelope Valley’s back country for its rugged terrain and individualistic ethos. Fire danger comes with the territory.
Record temperatures are drawing a special type of visitor to Death Valley National Park this summer.
Two pass interference calls, one that helped the Rams and one that cost them the game, were hot topics in the aftermath of the Bills’ 35-32 victory.
As he and his father hid from the Germans in a Polish forest, the boy who would become a kindly suburban Southern California doctor vowed to study medicine.
Many supporters of Biden and Trump fear violence is likely in November. Each side blames the other.
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Model and cookbook author Chrissy Teigen shared on Instagram that she has been hospitalized for ‘a lot’ of bleeding while pregnant with her healthy third child.
Bill Murray’s golf company might have used the Doobie Brothers’ hit “Listen to the Music” without proper payment. But the response was all in good fun.
Oscar winner Joaquin Phoenix and fiancée Rooney Mara reportedly welcomed their first child — a baby boy named after the actor’s late brother, River Phoenix.
In games decided by a touchdown or less, the Chargers have had little success since the start of the 2019 NFL season.
The Dodgers have had problems getting playoff production from their catchers in the past, but Will Smith and Austin Barnes could buck the trend.
Kentucky Derby winner Authentic drew the nine spot for Saturday’s Preakness Stakes. The Southern California-based colt was immediately named the 9-5 favorite.
Tuerk collapsed and died June 20, Father’s Day weekend, while hiking on the Bell View trail in Los Pinos Peak in Orange County.
Many Black residents of Louisville, Ky., are familiar with marginalization and otherness, and have watched a system that vows to uphold justice fall short of its promise.
Cardinal George Pell of Australia, who was initially convicted but then acquitted of sexually abusing two choirboys, is returning to the Vatican.
The French government promised to protect France’s Jewish community from extremists after a double stabbing in Paris blamed on Islamic terrorism.
The fighting broke out around the separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh and two Azerbaijani copters were reportedly shot down.
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