Los Angeles city leaders directed staff to explore programs to potentially assist low- and middle-income families in paying to install and operate an AC unit.
A mediator and attorneys for all parties are projecting a completed settlement by later this year in the legal battle over Atlas Metals, located next to Jordan High School.
USC gerontology grad, with two degrees in hand and another in the works, wants to serve older adults in her underserved community, columnist Steve Lopez writes.
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Michael Grove takes the mound for the Dodgers as they continue their three-game series against the New York Yankees.
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De Los will focus on Latino culture and identity across Los Angeles and the country. We welcome you to join the conversation and get involved.
A sweeping agreement by unions and officials will reboot extra learning days and resolve legal disputes.
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The ‘wealth defense industry’ — a network of accountants and consultants tasked with helping the rich stay rich — is responsible for homeowners avoiding L.A.’s ‘mansion tax.’
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Kershaw, pitching for the first time since criticizing the Dodgers’ decision to honor the Sister of Indulgence, is solid in 8-4 win over Yankees.
Once expected to lose, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan managed to parlay nationalism to win a historic third term after 20 years in power.
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