Dec. 12, 2019
Top News
Much of the southern two-thirds of the state have received precipitation that is well above average for the season thus far.
A company letter says SuperShuttle will honor bookings through the end of the year but ‘has already stopped accepting reservations for service after Dec. 31, 2019.’
Sale of “The Beverly Hillbillies” estate in Bel-Air, owned by the late media mogul A. Jerrold Perenchio, sets a California price record.
Alternative media, with “Rising” and “The Young Turks,” has played a major role in Bernie Sanders’s success. And he’s helping those outlets grow.
Authorities tranquilized the big cat, which was not wearing a tracking collar, and will release it back to its native habitat
Monica Ruiz, the actress at the center of a viral (and reviled) Peloton bike commercial, weighed in on the controversy Thursday in her first live interview.
Southern California
In 2010, police killed a man who spoke an indigenous language and did not comply with orders in English and Spanish. Now, they’re getting help to find interpreters and improve communication.
A federal court blocked L.A. from enforcing a law that says businesses with contracts with the city must say whether they have ties to the NRA.
HBO’s “Watchmen,” from “Lost” creator Damon Lindelof and starring Regina King, has been overrated, say Times critics Lorraine Ali and Robert Lloyd.
Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman and Margot Robbie play a trio of Fox News employees whose allegations of sexual harassment help topple network founder Roger Ailes.
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