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Nearly 100,000 Southern California Edison customers are at risk for power outages as officials try to guard against wildfires.

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After expecting a massive pandemic-induced deficit and instead getting a projected $26-billion windfall, Sacramento politicians would be wise to sock it away for future years, columnist George Skelton writes.

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L.A. is planning new coronavirus restrictions again. Is this the right path? Here are some answers, and some perspective, from epidemiologists and health officials.

Olympic champion Jeanette Bolden-Pickens owns South L.A.'s 27th Street Bakery Shop, founded by her grandparents in 1956. She is persevering through the pandemic and feeding a taste for tradition.

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Does your apartment have rent control? Does the rental you want to move to have it? Here’s how to find out in Southern California.

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