The drive between Costa Mesa and south Los Angeles County on the 405 Freeway just got a whole lot faster — if you’re willing to pay the toll. New express lanes opened Friday.
LAPD is searching for an assailant suspected of fatally shooting three homeless people over a few days.
Israel bombs Gaza and Hamas aims rockets at Israel as top U.S. diplomat departs region. But now-expired truce saw scores of Israeli hostages and hundreds of Palestinian prisoners freed.
With a Keith Haring carousel and a Jean-Michel Basquiat Ferris wheel, Luna Luna aims to show the world that amusement parks should be taken seriously as an art-driven space.
Court documents reviewed by The Times show that the closure is tied to a simmering family dispute and debts over the restaurant, which Daniel Navarro bought in 2019.
The tragedy of AI is not that it stands to replace good journalists, but that it takes every gross, callous move made by management to degrade the production of content — and promises to accelerate it, columnist Brian Merchant writes.
Din Tai Fung opened a new behemoth location in Glendale, with plans to debut at Downtown Disney next year and open its first East Coast location in New York. What’s the secret to soup dumpling success?
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Cirque du Soleil was a scrappy Montreal startup when it first landed in Las Vegas 30 years ago. Today, its shows are featured at casinos up and down the Strip, which it helped build into a global entertainment destination.
After a relatively dry October and November, California has set an initial water allocation of 10% for agencies receiving supplies from the State Water Project.
The recent hostage-for-prisoner swaps between Hamas and Israel have focused attention on the number of Palestinian minors imprisoned by Israel.