Dec. 13, 2019
Lowrider magazine was once among the bestselling newsstand automotive periodicals in the country. After 42 years, it will cease to print this year.
From Gabrielle Union on “America’s Got Talent” to an ejected “Survivor” contestant, the #MeToo era demands accountability from TV networks.
Investigators target 24 shops, seizing $8.8 million in products and $129,000 in cash in the largest crackdown to date against Los Angeles’ thriving black market, officials say.
A request to use a high school theater to host a talk by Rep. Rashida Tlaib was approved, then withdrawn, by the school district after protest letter.
Rejecting the plan could risk delaying the bankruptcy process and billions in payments to California wildfire victims.
The court’s action sets the stage for a politically-charged decision next year, just as Trump campaigns for reelection.
L.A. officials say they will get rid of library late fees, arguing that they discourage working families from taking advantage of books and other offerings.
A hulking, unfinished mansion perched on a Bel-Air hillside must be torn down to the slab, a Los Angeles Superior Court judge said in a recent ruling, declaring it a “danger to the public.” Then a bankruptcy filing put that order on pause.
Clayton Kershaw would have no problem with longtime rival Madison Bumgarner signing with the Dodgers, but he is upset with the Astros’ allegedly cheating.
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“Bombshell” star Charlize Theron never met Megyn Kelly before playing her and had information about the former Fox News star funneled to her in other ways.
Music mogul Russell Simmons goes straight at Oprah Winfrey, chiding her for executive produce a film featuring a woman who has accused him of rape.
A task force recommended significant structural changes to the Grammy Awards in hopes of diversifying its leadership, membership and nominating process.
Year in Review
USC says it received notice of allegations from the NCAA regarding its men’s basketball program. Former assistant Tony Bland was charged in the college basketball corruption and bribery scandal.
The Lakers beat the Heat 113-110 on Friday, handing Miami its first home loss of the season. The Lakers have won 13 consecutive road games.
Paul George scored 46 points, Kawhi Leonard had 42 and the Clippers held on to beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 124-117 for their fourth consecutive victory.
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