The young male known as OR-93, who is outfitted with a GPS collar, was most recently tracked in Mono County, hundreds of miles from his birthplace in northern Oregon.
The Supreme Court is telling California’s Santa Clara County that it can’t enforce a ban on indoor religious worship services put in place because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The concerns over patient privacy offer a glimpse into questions being raised about the scope of Blue Shield’s role as an independent overseer of California’s network of vaccine providers.
Vaccine eligibility requires proof. But as access expands officials have yet to establish what documents will be needed for verification, or a straightforward way to sort phony documents from real ones.
A glass window was destroyed, two wooden lantern stands burned and two metallic lanterns vandalized at Higashi Honganji Buddhist Temple.
Democrats are ready to push the package through the House, but a minimum wage boost is unlikely to be in the version that lands on the president’s desk.
Border agents, stationed at his hospital room while he is in their custody, said he will be sent back to Guatemala when he is discharged.
About a million Texans still lacked drinking water this week, 57,000 in the Houston area.
U.S. airstrike targeting Iranian-backed militants in Syria was meant as a message from President Biden. What message Tehran took away is unclear.
Capt. Jonathan Tippet, who leads the Los Angeles Police Department’s Robbery-Homicide Division, confirmed Friday that Lady Gaga’s dogs “have been located and are safe.”
At the core of “Allen v. Farrow” is “intense and harrowing” video of 7-year-old Dylan Farrow alleging abuse by Woody Allen. Here’s the story behind the tape.
Disney is charging $75 for admission to California Adventure without rides or most live attractions. Sound crazy? Check out the near-hourlong waits.
Friday marked the last day in business for the iconic location, which opened in 1996. Other Ruby’s locations are expected to remain open.
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Jorge Villafaña’s long soccer journey has included many ups and downs, and will now take him back home but with the Galaxy this time.
Two-and-a-half years after trying to institute an entire popular film category, the motion picture academy is looking at its least “popular” best picture lineup ... maybe ever.
Five Black journalists in conversation about working on the frontlines, covering what many have called the dual pandemic of COVID-19 and systemic racism.
A Times report highlighting ethical lapses and the lack of Black members in the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. has drawn widespread attention. Now Time’s Up is joining those calling for more action.
By the end of “WandaVision” Episode 8, Wanda Maximoff has been called “the Scarlet Witch.” What does that really mean?
Will we see a Black Man of Steel onscreen any time soon? News that Ta-Nehisi Coates is penning a new Superman movie has prompted speculation.
Other arts to watch: Tim Robbins’ “Embedded,” comic Maria Bamford, Ed Ruscha’s new show and the Bob Baker Marionette Theater.
After a disappointing performance in Thursday’s loss against Memphis, the Clippers looked like a different team in Friday’s 119-99 win over the Grizzlies.
Due to COVID-19 regulations, there are fewer seats at the Cactus League, which caused spring training ticket resale prices to skyrocket.
The Kings give up a flurry of goals to the Minnesota Wild over a short span in the first period of a 3-1 loss.
Charisma Osborne recorded the ninth triple-double in UCLA history and Michaela Onyenwere scored 30 points in a 93-51 win over USC.
A newly released U.S. report concludes that the Saudi crown prince directed the operation to kill the Washington Post journalist.
A Mexican border camp built by Trump immigration policies has yet to be dismantled by Biden.
U.S. health advisors have endorsed a one-dose COVID-19 vaccine from Johnson & Johnson that’s expected to provide an easier-to-use option to fight the pandemic.
President Nayib Bukele’s party leads polls in El Salvador’s elections Sunday. A win could place more power in his hands amid a shaky democracy.
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