Feb. 16, 2020
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If Councilman Jose Huizar’s idea is approved, Broadway would be the first major street in Los Angeles to go car free.
It opened in 2017 as L.A.'s newest center for culture. Its abrupt and mysterious closure came less than three years later. What happened?
Troy Sand’s suicide devastated his large, close-knit family and shattered this tiny community of fewer than 1,200 people in northwestern Iowa.
A four-person medical team offers care to some of the sickest people in L.A. by meeting them where they live, on the street.
Los Angeles fuel distributor Lev Dermen and Jacob Kingston, a member of a Mormon breakaway sect, engaged in a $470-million fraud of a government biofuel program, according to testimony.
The city went through big changes under Buttigieg. There is fear that the gains have been uneven and that its fragile progress could slip away.
The 2020 blueprint for building the Los Angeles to San Francisco bullet train has generated more hesitation and open opposition than any other biennial plan since voters approved a $9 billion bond for the effort in 2008.
The family who owns the house in England where the Valentine’s Day artwork from Banksy appeared have temporarily covered the defaced mural.
“Sonic the Hedgehog” sets a record for a video game adaptation as “The Photograph,” “Fantasy Island,” “Downhill” lag; “Parasite” gets an Oscar boost.
When was Kobe Bryant at his best? It depends on who you ask, and plenty of players, coaches, writers and others remember his great scoring nights, game-winning shots and athletic excellence.
Weekend reads
Dwight Howard dons Superman outfit with Kobe Bryant’s No. 24 on his chest, but unfortunately gets knocked out in first round. Derrick Jones Jr. wins dunk contest.
A trade between the Dodgers and Angels that made a big difference sent Andy Messersmith to L.A. and Frank Robinson to Anaheim, but Steve Garvey stayed put.
UCLA again falls behind a Pac-12 rival at home but stages a rally to earn a 67-57 victory over Washington on Saturday night at Pauley Pavilion.
Photographer Carolyn Cole captures the styles and personalities at Frieze Los Angeles, which for some is like cosplay for the blue-chip art world.
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