Dec. 10, 2019
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Adulting classes have swelled in popularity, in part because many high schools have largely abandoned courses such as home economics that help students navigate the path to adulthood, experts say.
Subscriber exclusive: Times Food critics Bill Addison and Patricia Escárcega compiled a list of 101 places to eat in L.A. Their top picks include familiar names and brand-new entrants.
A new study from Heal the Bay shows that little progress has been made in reducing stormwater pollution from the county’s storm drain system.
The DMV admits its driver handbook “is written at a level that is above where it should be,” which means much of it is incomprehensible to ordinary people.
The House Judiciary Committee is expected to approve the articles — and potentially add more charges — during a session that could last more than 24 hours.
This time, Fresh Express Sunflower Crisp salads were the “likely source” of contamination, sickening eight people in upper-Midwest states and 16 in Canada.
The University of California is violating civil and educational rights of disadvantaged students by requiring SAT or ACT tests, two lawsuits say.
Vanna White hosted “Wheel of Fortune” for the first time Monday, beginning a three-week stint filling in for Pat Sajak as he recovers from surgery.
Porsche’s eighth-generation 911 is stylistically familiar, but performance is impressively new.
Anthony Davis got to 50 points against the Timberwolves the old fashioned way, with post-ups, drives and jump shots without making a three-pointer, which has become a boring staple of today’s game.
‘The Expanse,’ formerly on Syfy, joins Amazon Prime for its fourth season Friday. The creators say it’s perfect for the transition to streaming.
Marie Fredriksson, who formed Roxette with Per Gessle in 1986 and recorded hits including “The Look” and “It Must Have Been Love,” has died at 61.
The Chico Police Department responded to a vehicle crash about 5:13 p.m. Sunday, but when they arrived, the driver had fled.
The Pac-12 Conference, except for Arizona State and Oregon, isn’t getting a lot of respect in the postseason bowl games.
The girlfriend of Patrick Mahomes said she and the Chiefs quarterback’s brother were moved for their own safety during Sunday’s game in New England.
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