Aug. 25, 2019
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Deputy Angel Reinosa claimed he was shot while in the parking lot of the sheriff’s station. He later said he used a knife to cut holes in his shirt.
The fire is thought to have started on West Colorado Boulevard near the interchange of the 2 and 134 freeways and is backing toward homes, the L.A. Fire Department says.
Tech entrepreneur Steve Gordon, the new director of California’s DMV, says his know-how can help turn around the troubled agency.
Mohamed Hadid agreed to do 200 hours of community service to end a criminal case over a Bel-Air building project. Neighbors doubt he followed through.
“Avatar!” “Star Wars!” Marvel! As Disney theme parks shift focus to known franchises and brands — “IP” or intellectual property in Hollywood speak — are we losing the theme in our theme parks?
North Korea said Sunday that leader Kim Jong Un supervised the test-firing of a “newly developed super-large multiple rocket launcher,” another demonstration of the North’s expanding weapons arsenal apparently aimed at increasing its leverage ahead of a possible resumption of nuclear talks with the U.S.
President Trump expresses “second thoughts” about escalating the trade war with China as he meets other world leaders at the G7 summit in France.
August marks 400 years since the arrival of the first slave ship in the English colonies that would become the United States. For one African American family, the moment is personal.
Revolve’s founders knew nothing about fashion. Luckily, they have 3,500 pals who do. The company uses these influencers to model selections on Instagram in lieu of traditional advertising.
The South L.A. native’s career-defining video for Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road” earned eight nominations at Monday’s MTV Video Music Awards.
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A critical rundown of every tune on Taylor Swift’s new album “Lover,” from worst to best.
Michael Weist, the 23-year-old talent manager of the social media world and one of the stars of Hulu’s “Jawline,” talks about what he’s learned so far.
Most of LACMA’s permanent collection is gone but the entrance price and parking still cost the same, a sad situation for museum-goers and tourists.
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