Five years ago Tuesday, Kobe Bryant closed out his Hall of Fame career with a 60-point performance. A look back at the magical moments of that game.
Amid a new push to vaccinate Homeland Security employees, the wife of a hospitalized Border Patrol agent urges others not to delay COVID-19 shots.
Trump shattered two days of relative peace in his closing remarks to the GOP’s top donors when he insulted the party’s Senate leader and his wife.
Sacramento leaders decry demonstrators who show up at their doors. Some activists say the tactic is justified.
Liliana Carrillo was arrested in Tulare County after leading authorities on a long-distance chase that included a carjacking, police say.
Several hundred people gathered to demonstrate near the Huntington Beach pier Sunday.
The death toll represents roughly 10.7% of COVID-19 deaths nationwide. California is home to about 12% of Americans.
Mexico once embraced renewable energies. Now President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is doubling down on dirty fossil fuels such as coal.
The family of a 20-year-old Minnesota man said he was shot by police Sunday before getting back in his car and driving away, then crashing the vehicle.
Dodgers rookie Zach McKinstry, known as Z-Mac to teammates, hits a two-run home run and doubles in a run in a 3-0 win over the Washington Nationals.
Hideki Matsuyama becomes the first Japanese man to win one of golf’s majors, finishing at 10-under par to take the 2021 Masters tournament title.
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This week saw the famous Hearst estate — a trophy property with ties to JFK and “The Godfather” — relist for $89.75 million, more than $100 million shy of its original price tag.
The left-handed pitcher became a star with the Dodgers in 1981, helping them to a World Series title, igniting Fernandomania and giving Mexicans a hero still revered today.
Migrant families apprehended in Texas are being flown to San Diego and then bused to Tijuana, a city they do not know, without applying for asylum.
Prop. 187 got Alex Padilla into politics. Now in the Senate he can help reform immigration policy, which has eluded Washington for more than 30 years
Up and down Whittier Boulevard, pedestrians ignore the Walk of Fame at best — but usually inadvertently stroll all over honorees.
UCLA sophomore Jaime Jaquez Jr. is carrying on a legacy that includes other former Mexican-American Bruins such as Earl Watson and Lorenzo Mata.
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This opening episode of the multi-part ‘Fernandomania @ 40' offers an overview of the series, which will reveal Fernando Valenzuela’s influence impact and legacy — as an athlete who opened doors for ballplayers around the globe and how he almost single-handedly helped mend the team’s frosty relationship with those who had never forgotten that the team built its stadium on land that had been vacated by primarily Latino families in Chavez Ravine in the 1950s.
The film’s star, Frances McDormand, wins for lead actress, alongside awards for Anthony Hopkins (‘The Father’), Yuh-Jung Youn (‘Minari’) and Daniel Kaluuya (‘Judas and the Black Messiah’).
If the last Oscars you enjoyed was hosted by Billy Crystal, maybe you don’t have April 25 circled on your calendar.
British coming-of-age drama ‘Rocks’ and American gig-economy western ‘Nomadland’ lead the race for the British Academy Film Awards.
“Them,” about a Black family fighting racism and supernatural forces in the 1950s, includes warnings about its graphic depictions of racist violence.
Walker Buehler, Clayton Kershaw and Trevor Bauer are set to take the mound when the Dodgers open their three-game series against the Padres on Friday.
San Diego State alum Xander Schauffele has top tens in eight of his first 15 majors, and he missed his chance at victory Sunday at the Masters.
Jeff Carter, who played a key role in helping the Kings win the Stanley Cup in 2012 and 2014, is being sent to the Pittsburgh Penguins in a trade.
The attack, which Israel did not deny, heightens tensions with Iran as the two nations continue their shadow conflict across the wider Middle East.
Muslims are navigating coronavirus regulations for their second Ramadan in the shadow of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bhutan’s COVID-19 vaccination drive was fast from the start — and is nearly finished just 16 days after it began.
Tens of thousands of Hindus gather by the Ganges River, many of them ignoring social distancing as the coronavirus spreads in India with record speed.
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