Oct. 7, 2022

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Development & Disruption

The new Crenshaw/LAX line is already bringing new money to the cultural hub of L.A.'s Black community. But many fear high prices will push residents out.

Racism in Sports

At the last minute, officials canceled a high school football game near Sacramento, leaving parents and players on both teams mystified.

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Four members of a Merced family whose abduction was captured on surveillance video have been found dead, authorities confirmed.

Gambling Investigation

Robbi Jade Lew invited me to a jeweler in an effort to prove her ruby ring didn’t help her win the Texas Hold ’Em hand that has rocked the poker world.

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L.A. Times energy reporter Sammy Roth visits the site of what will be America’s largest wind farm, and follows the path of the 732-mile power line that will be built across four states to bring that generated power to California. Along the way, he learns about the benefits and complications of powering California with climate-friendly energy.

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