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Nature preserves provide a quiet alternative to national and state parks and a more intimate glimpse of nature.

Light at Sensorio, closed since December due to the pandemic, reopens today with a new exhibit made from 17,000 wine bottles

The Los Angeles Times takes you on a visual journey through a year in California that’s impossible to sum up in just words. Use this opportunity to recall how much we really lived through in the shadow of a deadly virus — and how it all felt.

The arrest comes nearly 25 years after Smart vanished while walking back to her dorm at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.

In-person classes have begun at L.A. schools, starting with the youngest students, who will be followed over the coming days by other grades.

Several hundred people gathered in the plaza area at the base of the Huntington Beach Pier on Sunday to demonstrate against the so-called White Lives Matter rally.

Investigators are working to determine the motive for a mass shooting inside an Orange business complex that left four people dead.

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At Sundance in 2020, The Times invited young “Minari” star Alan Kim into its photo studio. Now he’s in the Golden Globes and Oscars races.

A gallery of 2020 celebrity portraits by the Los Angeles Times photo staff includes Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Jennifer Aniston and more ...

As they say in Hollywood, “The show must go on,” and the Emmy pre-shows did just that despite the pandemic. Although the red carpets remained rolled up and the limos sat idle, a number of pre-shows moved forward in creative and interesting ways, teeing up to the big event.

Due to COVID-19, 2020 marks the first virtual Emmy Awards in the show’s 72-year history. We take you inside Staples Center for a look at the stage set and host Jimmy Kimmel’s plans.

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Celebrating Women Photographers: Carolyn Cole

The Los Angeles Times honors Women’s History Month by highlighting the work of female staff photographers.

Celebrating Women Photographers: Dania Maxwell

The Los Angeles Times honors Women’s History Month by highlighting the work of female staff photographers.

Here they come: Photos show crowds returning to Southern California tourist hot spots

L.A. Times photographers visit local tourist hot spots. Health experts say the next few weeks will be crucial for California to keep virus infection rates down.

Celebrating Women Photographers: Francine Orr

The Los Angeles Times honors Women’s History Month by highlighting the work of female staff photographers.

Celebrating Women Photographers: Mariah Tauger

The Los Angeles Times honors Women’s History Month by highlighting the work of female staff photographers.

Celebrating Women Photographers: Christina House

The L.A. Times honors Women’s History Month by highlighting the work of female staff photographers.

Celebrating Women Photographers: Gina Ferazzi

The L.A. Times honors Women’s History Month by highlighting the work of female staff photographers.

Photos: Echo Park Lake homeless encampment closure begins

LAPD and protesters square off in Echo Park as an imminent city closure draws near.

Funeral held for L.A. County deputy who ‘made his own path’

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department motorcycle Deputy Thomas Albanese, who was killed in a collision in a Lakewood intersection last month while attempting to make a traffic stop, was eulogized Friday as a man who loved his job.

Will off-roading end at Oceano Dunes? Coastal Commission to consider fate of controversial park

A barrage of lawsuits will likely follow any action taken to resolve the long-running dispute over off-roading at Oceano Dunes.

Photos | New playground dedicated on 30th anniversary of Latasha Harlins’ death

Column: The killing of Latasha Harlins was 30 years ago. Not enough has changed

They left behind children to find freedom. The choice haunts North Korean refugee women

Tens of thousands of North Korean women have been trafficked into forced marriages in China and give birth to stateless children. The mothers face a fraught choice between their children or their freedom, a choice that continues to haunt many.

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