June 3, 2023



Their arrival adds fuel to a controversy over similar ploys by conservative politicians in Republican-led states.

Extreme Heat

Los Angeles city leaders directed staff to explore programs to potentially assist low- and middle-income families in paying to install and operate an AC unit.

Tasing death

The family of Keenan Anderson is planning to file a lawsuit against the city of L.A. before the end of the month.

Writers' Strike

A Times survey tallies the paydays for the heads of Warner Bros. Discovery, Netflix and more. The issue has become a hot topic on picket lines during the writers’ strike.

Golden State

USC gerontology grad, with two degrees in hand and another in the works, wants to serve older adults in her underserved community, columnist Steve Lopez writes.


Grove pitches well overall in the Dodgers’ 6-3 loss to the New York Yankees. Meanwhile, Julio Urías logged a bullpen session before the game.


Editors’ Pick

The ‘wealth defense industry’ — a network of accountants and consultants tasked with helping the rich stay rich — is responsible for homeowners avoiding L.A.’s ‘mansion tax.’



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