California Mass shootings
While Saturday’s mass shooting still weighs heavily on the community, instructors and students say they are ready to get back to dancing.
State officials are investigating labor and workplace practices at the two shooting sites.
Colorado River in Crisis
As the federal government pushes states to reduce usage of dwindling Colorado River water, Imperial Valley farmers fear a ‘worst-case’ scenario.
L.A. County’s hard-won progress is being attributed to community immunity and tools that have blunted some of the coronavirus’ worst effects.
Community health groups are training teens to serve as health educators at school, on social media and in communities where COVID-19 vaccine fears persist.
The planned release of the video from the Jan. 7 incident has put police departments, including the LAPD, on notice across the country as they brace for demonstrations.
Neither cancer nor advancing age can keep Benny Wasserman from going up against 90 mph pitches and circling the bases on his field of dreams.
Following the new double-dipping template of memoir and documentary, Anderson finally tells her story with remarkable matter-of-factness.
The new labor contracts granting historic raises to academic workers could mean cuts in graduate student admissions.
The Rand Corp. study finds an 18% increase in homelessness over a year in skid row, Hollywood and Venice. The report calls into question decreases in the official count.
The conflict between agriculture, renewable power and water supply is playing out in the desert. In this episode of Repowering the West, L.A. Times energy reporter Sammy Roth explores how solar development is affecting farmers who supply the bulk of the nation’s winter vegetables.