Oct. 18, 2019
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Heavily armed criminals laid siege to a city in Mexico after the government captured Ovidio Guzman Lopez, a leader of the powerful Sinaloa cartel and the son of a notorious drug lord.
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.
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 3.7 earthquake was reported at 12:19 a.m. Friday in Compton, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Lois Arvickson died in her home after burning garbage was dumped nearby and started the Sandalwood fire. Residents struggle to adapt to a new reality.
Southern California Edison is not explaining why it chose to keep electricity running through power lines in Slymar last Thursday, including in an area where the Saddleridge fire ignited.
Twenty-seven percent of students who entered Cal State universities as freshmen four years ago graduated in 2019, up from 19% in 2015, according to CSU’s figures.
Los Angeles City Atty. Mike Feuer on Wednesday sued several housing developers, alleging they misappropriated millions of dollars of public money. The lawsuit stems from a $2.3 million loan issued by the city in 1999.
Shelling and gunfire could be heard in a border town at the center of the fight between Turkey and Kurdish forces.
The Metro rail line between Long Beach and downtown will reopen Nov. 2 and get a new name: the A Line. The reopening includes three free days of rides.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau says its task force will “examine ways to harmonize and modernize federal consumer financial laws.”
As NASA astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir emerged, it marked the first time that a woman space-walked without a male crew mate.
Scripted shows and cable news may lead the cultural conversation, but documentaries tell TV’s most essential stories about immigrants and immigration.
The Actors’ Gang production of George Orwell’s story leads our weekly theater column. Also: “Between Riverside and Crazy,” “Witkacy/Two-Headed Calf” and “Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill.”
Steely Dan cofounder Becker, who died in 2017, left behind hundreds of valuable guitars, amps and gadgets. Julien’s Auctions is selling all of it this weekend.
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.
China is refuting NBA Commissioner Adam Silver’s claim that it demanded the firing of Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey over a tweet that supported anti-government protests in Hong Kong.
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