June 14, 2021

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Five years before the current inquiry, the program and longtime coach Lori Nelson were the subject of another investigation, which turned up insufficient evidence that Nelson violated university policies.

Pent-up demand, pandemic savings, back-to-office mandates — experts say it will all add up to a historic wave of people leaving their jobs.

With the state’s economy set to fully reopen Tuesday, health experts will be watching out for variants, vaccine skepticism and inequities.

The federal government isn’t willing to make a digital pass that attests to vaccination statuses. Several companies are trying to fill the void.

The explosion of a minivan causes no injures but briefly knocks out power in the Montclair area.

Just days after the longtime host departed the reality franchise for good, Tayshia Adams and Kaitlyn Bristowe discussed its “refreshing new start.”

The new magnet high school will be based at Audubon Middle School. The campus in Leimert Park has experienced a sharp enrollment decline, as have nearby high schools.

The new Orange County Museum of Art designed by Morphosis is three-quarters built. New director Heidi Zuckerman gives us a glimpse at what’s ahead.

Growing up near the Ball brothers as the talk of the nation, the Gardner brothers of Los Altos High want their own narrative, one that has just begun.

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After last summer’s postponement of the Tokyo Olympics, top U.S. swimmers are ready for some familiarity at the U.S. swim trials.

For NBCUniversal, televising the Olympic Games is a marquee moment for its TV networks and a huge money-making event.

Painful memories will endure from Misty Hartung’s year fighting for Stanford athletes in their battle with university leaders who chose to turn their backs on them.

A broken surfboard helped Bryan Perez escape poverty and endure deep loss. Fan support softens the blow of missing the Olympics for the elite surfer.

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Amanda Kloots publicly chronicled the COVID ordeal of her actor husband, Nick Cordero. Now she has a memoir, “Live Your Life,” about optimism and its limits.

“I know so many other people from religious upbringings feel the same way,” “American Idol” alum David Archuleta writes in a Pride Month post.

Everything you couldn’t do in 2020, you can (for the most part) do again June 15. Here’s your guide to all things Southern California sports.

LeBron James will continue to chase down Michael Jordan’s legacy next season, but he’ll do it after switching to jersey No. 6, not the iconic No. 23.

It looks like the Angels can’t escape being associated with Anaheim no matter how hard they try. A new Angels hat has an ‘ANA’ on the side of it.

Clippers assistant Chauncey Billups is “definitely ready” to become a head coach, the Clippers’ Tyronn Lue said. Billlups might get his chance soon.

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The Justice Department’s top national security official is resigning after revelations the department secretly seized records from Democrats and media members.

Israel’s new government has granted approval to a contentious parade by Israeli nationalists through Palestinian areas around Jerusalem’s Old City.

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You can buy a plethora of earthquake kits online, but which ones are the best for the price? Here’s a look at four off-the-shelf options.

L.A. chefs, restaurateurs and the Food staff share the food and drink items they would want in their earthquake kits.

Staples for a “cook’s kit” to keep with your emergency supplies. They’ll make make eating during the fallout more enjoyable.

Are you ready to roll with an earthquake? Do you have a tent in your trunk? Pita in your pantry? Here are nine types of Angeleno preppers.

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