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La decisión de California de cerrar la prisión de Susanville sacudió la ciudad, donde las consecuencias podrían ser nefastas para los residentes y los negocios que dependen de la economía del encarcelamiento.

Palestinians and Jewish settlers clashed overnight in Sheikh Jarrah, a neighborhood where the recent war between Israel and Hamas was partly sparked.

The world’s top surfers were in Lemoore, Calif., this past weekend for the Jeep Surf Ranch Pro, the final World Surf League event before the Olympics.

California’s decision to close the prison in Susanville rocked the town, where the consequences could be dire for residents and businesses that depend on the economics of incarceration.

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.

Their feathery displays adorn and agitate a swath of the San Gabriel Valley, but peacocks may soon face the wrath of the Board of Supervisors.

A growing encampment has left significant damage in the freshwater marsh. But that’s no reason not to be sensitive to the needs of homeless people.

Pasadena’s plan to take more water from the Arroyo Seco has been complicated by the unexpected introduction of hundreds of rainbow trout.

New California guidelines say that fully vaccinated people are no longer required to wear masks in most public settings.

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Movies marked a triumphant return with the ‘F9' premiere at the TCL Chinese Theatre on Friday night.

Our photographer got a sneak peek at the Marvel-themed Avengers Campus, the newest attraction at Disney California Adventure in Anaheim.

Samir Mansour’s bookstore was a cultural magnet for residents of the Gaza Strip until an Israeli airstrike leveled it. Now he has to start over.

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After being off campus during this entire COVID-19 year, graduates get to return

U.S. apprehensions of migrants crossing the border are 5 times higher than last year

Newly released data show that migrants were stopped 180,034 times across the southern border in May, nearly eight times the total a year ago

Homeless camps, trash and crime have transformed Venice boardwalk, eluding easy solutions

A plan for how to solve Venice’s homeless crisis has emerged from behind-the-scenes talks among a coalition of Venice activists, city officials and deputies of the area’s city councilman.

Palestinians find new unity in struggle against Israel

The Israel-Hamas war has helped catalyze a newfound sense of Palestinian solidarity that could mark a new moment in the Middle East, activists say.

Photos: Remembering 6-year-old Aiden Leos, killed in alleged road rage shooting

Aiden Leos was fatally shot while riding in his mother’s car on the 55 in Orange. Two people have been arrested in the alleged road rage incident.

Quiet time: 5 little-known nature preserves not far from home

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

In war-ravaged Gaza, it’s no business, as usual

The 11-day war between Israel and Hamas delivered a hammer blow to Gaza, where the pandemic and a blockade make recovery seem a distant prospect.

Earth Wind & Fire headlines drive-in concert at Rose Bowl to raise money to fight MS

Earth Wind & Fire headlines a drive-in concert at the Rose Bowl to raise money and awareness in the fight against multiple sclerosis.

Need help ditching your car for a train or bus? Meet an L.A. public transit superfan

Still in college, Kenny Uong is one of L.A.'s foremost public transit system authorities. He memorized all the routes by the time he was 10. Now he wants to make them better.

Photos: Firefighter fatally shot, captain injured by colleague at Agua Dulce fire station

An off-duty firefighter killed a fellow firefighter and critically wounded a captain in a shooting at Agua Dulce fire station Tuesday morning, officials said.

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