The three-day strike begins, with LAUSD teachers, bus drivers, custodians and other workers shutting down Los Angeles public schools.
In parts of California’s Central Valley, farmlands are being used to soak up storm water and replenish depleted groundwater.
By naming it the Chief Ya’anna Learning Village, a school official said they will pay tribute to an Indigenous leader who offered refuge to Indigenous immigrants.
Fifty-seven percent of residents believe the 2028 Summer Games will be good for L.A., according to a new poll. Younger Angelenos are more skeptical.
The New West
Once solidly Republican, the West has become political bedrock for Democrats. No state has changed as emphatically in the last two decades as Colorado, columnist Mark Barabak writes.
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Crisis in Israel deepens over the new government’s radical plans, which have alienated and dismayed Israelis and Jewish Americans alike.
L.A. Times Plants
Prisk Native Garden’s fragrant blooms usually are inaccessible to the public, but this spring you have two chances to visit during SoCal’s many spring garden tours.
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In an interview with The Times, former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she’s ‘liberated,’ ‘free at last’ and writing a book.
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Reeves remembers his co-star Lance Reddick on the red carpet at the ‘John Wick 4’ premiere in Los Angeles: ‘Lance was a beautiful person.’
UCLA might be further depleted when they take on Gonzaga in Las Vegas in the NCAA tournament Sweet 16, but both teams know it’ll still be another classic.
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