With ‘Big Shot,’ on Disney+, the ‘Full House’ veteran has found the perfect part in a lovely show. Perhaps the Stamossaince is already here.
Transportation officials and drivers are waiting to see traffic and transit patterns altered by the pandemic offer clues to the future of commuting or mark only a temporary change.
Black Lives Matter Los Angeles and other protesters claim the LAPD has “failed completely” to hold officers accountable for abuses in 2020.
The mayor’s chief of staff had posted sexual innuendo and disparaging remarks about other city officials.
Bishops OK the draft of a plan that could prevent Catholic politicians, including Biden, from taking Communion because they support abortion rights.
Under state guidelines, the only setting where someone might need to prove vaccine status as a condition of entry is an indoor event with more than 5,000 people.
Unemployment in California fell to 7.9% in May, the fourth month state payrolls grew by more than 100,000 jobs. Still, full recovery will be slow.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced the formation of an advisory commission that would develop a pilot reparations program targeted at a cohort of Black Angelenos.
Juneteenth traces itself to the day in 1865 — more than two years after the Emancipation Proclamation — that brought news of freedom to enslaved people in Galveston, Texas. Now a federal holiday, it’s become more popular than ever.
Terance Mann scores a career-high 39 points to lead Clippers to a 131-119 victory over Utah in Game 6 and clinch first trip to conference finals.
With a gliderport next to golf course, paragliders can spend hours hovering at U.S. Open. “The gliders are part of the landscape,” says Rory McIlroy.
Defter and more surefooted than Pixar’s Oscar-winning “Soul,” Enrico Casarosa’s directing debut opens at the El Capitan and streams on Disney+.
Disneyland and Disney California Adventure have lifted rules about crowds and distancing. Fireworks are coming back. But some changes will stick.
‘The Trials of Frank Carson’ is a true crime podcast about power, politics and law in California’s Central Valley. Carson was Stanislaus County’s most controversial defense attorney, a wizard with juries and a courtroom brawler with an unapologetically caustic style.
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We couldn’t do much to celebrate Juneteenth 2020. We’re making up for it now.
From Leimert Park’s annual celebration to Segerstrom’s first year of festivities, commemorations of Juneteenth will feature Black art across the region.
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Theater chain AMC is observing Juneteenth by showing movies (“Moonlight,” “Do the Right Thing”) directed by Black filmmakers for $5 at select theaters.
In Los Angeles, Zapotec street vendors organize free weekly cookouts — but it’s done for more than charity.
Redondo Beach addressed its homeless problem with a court diversion program that provides services instead of custody. When the pandemic brought it to a halt, the city came up with workaround. Now homeless court is held outdoors, in a police station parking lot.
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When the Dodgers were in Brooklyn, owner Walter O’ Malley prided himself on team rosters that reflected the community. When he moved west in 1958, that proved a tougher task – until Fernando Valenzuela’s arrival. With the frenzy surrounding of Fernandomania in 1981, the complexion of a predominantly white fanbase transformed into something that looked a lot more like Los Angeles itself.
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After a long road out of their COVID-19 funk, theaters are offering deals and special screenings of ‘Summer of Soul’ and ‘Black Widow’ to bring people back to the movies.
“F9" star Vin Diesel, director Justin Lin, a returning Sung Kang and more stars on the “Fast & Furious’ family reunion and what’s next for the franchise.
Pop star Taylor Swift announced Friday that ‘Red (Taylor’s Version)’ will be the highly anticipated follow-up to her rerecording of ‘Fearless.’
As TikTok users discuss the separation of legitimate sex work from teenage grooming, 'Élite’ depicts a perilous mix of sex, cameras and money.
Souza Jr. hit a go-ahead eighth-inning homer and Trevor Bauer pitched seven scoreless innings as the Dodgers won 3-0 at Arizona.
Alex Cobb takes the mound in the second game of a four-game series at Angel Stadium
Lochte finished seventh in the 200-meter individual medley at the U.S. Olympic swimming trials, missing his chance to compete in Tokyo.
Mexican soccer federation again urges fans to stop using chant after FIFA hands toughest penalty to date in response to persistent use of anti-gay slur.
The U.S. spent $8 billion building an Afghan air force in its own image. But how long can it last after American forces withdraw?
A huge diamond weighing more than 1,000 carats, which could be the third-largest mined in history, has been discovered in Botswana.
The U.N. General Assembly approved a resolution Friday calling for an arms embargo on Myanmar and the restoration of its democratic transition.
President Biden is marking another milestone in his quest to bring the COVID-19 pandemic under control.
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A South L.A. woman was told the limit on a credit card she’s held for 36 years was reduced because she didn’t use it enough during the pandemic.
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