Subscriber exclusive: A collection of texts, radio communications, quotes and scenes from the last hours of Bryant’s life before the fatal helicopter crash.
It’s the latest in a string of enforcement efforts officials have lodged against Restauration and its owner in recent weeks.
As Black and Latino residents continue to bear the brunt of the COVID-19 pandemic, a hospital attempts to reach underserved groups.
A park visitor’s body was found Jan. 16, the same day she was reported missing. But the discovery was not announced until six days later.
The next storm is expected to reach L.A. by Monday morning after the first in a series of winter storms dropped rain and snow in the region.
Florida Sen. Rubio says a Senate trial would be ‘stupid’ and ‘counterproductive.’
White House officials say President Biden will reinstate COVID-19 travel restrictions on non-U.S. travelers from Brazil, Ireland, U.K. and other countries.
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador says he has mild symptoms of COVID-19.
CBS bought a small Long Island TV station for $55 million. A CBS executive ended up with a membership at an exclusive golf club owned by the seller.
In July, So Cal indie label Burger Records shut down after female fans and musicians accused some of bands of sexual misconduct. These are the women’s stories.
The Flaming Lips perform in Oklahoma City with band and audience members isolated in their own “space bubbles.” How they did it.
Kawhi Leonard finished with a game-high 34 points for the Clippers, who were hampered by poor shooting and a knee injury suffered by Patrick Beverley in Sunday’s 108-100 win over the Thunder.
Sam Farmer, The Times’ NFL writer, looks at the legacy Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen left in Firebaugh, Calif., while growing up there.
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Patrick Mahomes puts in a trademark performance as the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Bills for the AFC title. They will play the Bucs in Super Bowl LV.
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UCLA’s loss to Stanford ended the Bruins’ undefeated run in the Pac-12, and coach Mick Cronin sees no silver lining associated with losing.
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Mexico’s vaccination plan has been delayed after Pfizer said it would be shipping fewer doses of the shots than originally planned.
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