Oct. 18, 2019
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An L.A. jury recommends death for Michael Gargiulo, the serial killer convicted of murdering two women and nearly killing a third.
A number of arson attacks on Los Angeles’ growing homeless community have left several people dead or injured in recent weeks, and Los Angeles fire officials say the overall number of blazes affecting the homeless community is on pace to rise for the third year in a row.
A Los Angeles company owned by a real estate developer faces a proposed fine of $71,000 for making improper donations to a City Council candidate.
Southern California Edison is not explaining why it chose to keep electricity running through power lines in Slymar, including in an area where the Saddleridge fire ignited.
The system gives enormous power to U.S. customs officers, Border Patrol agents and asylum officers, whose whims and judgment calls decide the fate of many migrants.
A magnitude 3.5 earthquake was reported at 12:19 a.m. Friday in Compton, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The White House’s initial strategy toward the House impeachment investigation was to try to block witnesses from testifying. Now that’s failed. What’s Plan B?
Jane Fonda was detained again during a rally outside the U.S. Capitol Friday. Her “Grace & Frankie” costar Sam Waterston also was caught in the fray.
The USC Song Girls, who were shut out from performing at basketball games by former athletic director Lynn Swann, will be back at the Galen Center this season.
Each episode of Amazon’s “Modern Love” tells a complete (and discrete) short story. This guide will help you figure out which deserve your attention.
The new Showtime documentary “Sid & Judy” reveals never-before-heard private recordings from the couple’s 13-year marriage.
After nude pictures of Demi Lovato were leaked on Snapchat by hackers Thursday, the singer-actress is getting tons of support from her devoted fans.
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Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes injured his knee Thursday night. The Madden Curse strikes again? Sure, you could say that. Or not.
The Dodgers’ hired an entire new department of hitting coaches before the season intent on improving against elite playoff pitching. It didn’t work in the NLDS.
USC has kept Arizona quarterback Khalil Tate under control in three previous meetings and the Trojans will get another shot at him Saturday at the Coliseum.
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