Just over 50% of the city’s first responders are vaccinated.
A survey after the insurrection in January found that 56% of Republicans agreed that force might be needed to save “the traditional American way of life.”
Brennan was a standout quarterback at Hawaii who finished third in Heisman Trophy voting before years of substance abuse problems cost him his life.
In a rare interview, Joni Mitchell talks with Cameron Crowe about the state of her singing voice and the making of “Blue,” 50 years after its release.
More than 40 law enforcement groups have kept records of misconduct from the district attorney.
Authorities believe there may have been other firearm-brandishing incidents beyond the one that allegedly led to Aiden’s death.
Creative Artists Agency and a group of filmmakers such as Clooney are creating a magnet school to help train high schoolers for jobs on movie and TV sets.
Fear has swept the Mexican border city of Reynosa after gunmen in vehicles killed 14 people, including taxi drivers, workers and a nursing student.
Mark Peel helped introduce countless Los Angeles diners to farm-to-table dining.
June gloom will make a comeback in coastal areas, though hot weather and fire conditions will continue in other areas through Monday.
Facing a 36-hour turnaround from eliminating Utah to opening at Phoenix, the game Clippers came up short as Devin Booker had a 40-point triple-double to lift the Suns.
The Dodgers hold on for a 9-8 win over the last-place Arizona Diamondbacks, with the bullpen running into problems after a solid start by Tony Gonsolin.
‘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.
Josey Peters has been on a mission since 2007 to clean up other people’s messes in public areas.
Allyson Felix is determined to make the U.S. Olympic track and field team for the upcoming Tokyo Games as she looks to add to her legacy in the sport.
Coronavirus: What You Need To Know
With the frenzy surrounding Fernando Valenzuela in 1981, the complexion of the Dodgers’ predominantly white fanbase transformed into something that looked a lot more like Los Angeles itself.
Listen to our Great Reads
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.
Will Smith will publish “Will,” a memoir co-written by Mark Manson, in November through Penguin Press.
Defter and more surefooted than Pixar’s Oscar-winning “Soul,” Enrico Casarosa’s directing debut opens at the El Capitan and streams on Disney+.
As TikTok users discuss the separation of legitimate sex work from teenage grooming, 'Élite’ depicts a perilous mix of sex, cameras and money.
While the Clippers have problems slowing Suns superstar Devin Booker, limiting center Deandre Ayton is another area of concern following Game 1 loss.
Jon Rahm won the U.S. Open on Sunday, shooting a final-round 67 at Torrey Pines Golf Course in San Diego to capture his first major championship.
Despite coronavirus concerns and warnings from Japan’s top medical advisor, the Tokyo Olympics will allow some local spectators to attend.
Decorated sprinter Allyson Felix finished second in the 400 meters at U.S. track and field Olympic trials on Sunday to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics.
Iranian state television says the country’s only nuclear power plant has undergone a temporary emergency shutdown, but no reason was given as to why.
The party of Armenia’s acting Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has won a snap election that he called to ease anger over his peace deal with Azerbaijan.
Hamid Karzai said the United States came to his country to fight extremism and bring stability and was leaving having failed at both.
Vehicles likely hydroplaned on wet roads, killing nine children and one adult, including eight girls from an Alabama youth ranch.
The perils of parenting through a pandemic
What’s going on with school? What do kids need? Get 8 to 3, a newsletter dedicated to the questions that keep California families up at night.
You may occasionally receive promotional content from the Los Angeles Times.
EVENTS AND OFFERS
Unshaken is the L.A. Times newsletter guide to earthquake readiness and resilience. Sign up for this six-week course to get you ready for a major earthquake in California.
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.
Your foundation, your chimney, your gas main — those are our topics for this week. To improve your earthquake safety on some of these fronts, you may need to hire a professional.