April 1, 2023

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BEFORE ROE VS. WADE

In a still unsettled post-Roe world, no one knows for sure what enforcement of abortion laws will look like. But L.A. in the 1950s and 1960s offers a hint into at least one possibility.

Storms

The wet winter has been nourishing crops, wetlands and threatened species.

Data show it has been the drabbest winter Southern Californians have lived through recently.

House hunting

The number of homes for sale in Southern California has fallen to start the year, a reversal of normal trends.

Attorney billboards

Chinese and white attorneys navigate cultural communication — a fraught and changing landscape.

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Editors’ Pick

The county remained the nation’s most populous. California saw a significant loss of people in several counties, including Santa Clara, Alameda and Lassen.

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