Former Eight Tray Gangster Crip member’s memoir brought attention to the sobering truth of gang life in South L.A.
The hot conditions will continue throughout Wednesday, with gradual cooling later in the week.
The majority of shoppers at the Orange County mall wore masks on the first day it was no longer required by the state amid its … Continue reading
The former Orange County congressman says he participated in the march outside the Capitol, but insists he did not storm the building with others.
New California guidelines say that fully vaccinated people are no longer required to wear masks in most public settings.
Despite Tuesday’s massive reopening and the loosening of COVID-19 rules in California, many continue to wear masks in public.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced Tuesday that cable cars will resume running in August with free ridership for a month.
A New York judge rules that California authorities can take Harvey Weinstein back to Los Angeles to stand trail on five counts of sexual assault.
Here’s a rundown of what changes today: No more masks required for most vaccinated people, with a few exceptions.
Vaccinated workers might no longer need to wear masks by the end of the week if a board approves a proposal and Gov. Gavin Newsom … Continue reading
Los Angeles will be the biggest beneficiary of the money, which was proposed by Gov. Gavin Newsom to help cannabis businesses acquire permanent licenses.
Vaccinated Californians 18 and older will have a chance to win trips to San Francisco, Palm Springs, Anaheim, Los Angeles or San Diego in a … Continue reading
The explosion of a minivan causes no injures but briefly knocks out power in the Montclair area.
As California reopens its economy, capacity limitations, mask requirements and social distancing will no longer be required in most venues.
The Flats fire, which is 30% contained, is still threatening Riverside County mountain communities, including Pinyon Crest.
Although health experts see reason for confidence as California ends many COVID restrictions, here are some dangerous health scenarios they’ll be watching out for.
California poised to drop mask rules for vaccinated workers and distancing rules for everyone at workplaces.
Judge Roger Benitez’s opinion, although it began with a nutty comparison of a Swiss Army knife to an AR-15, may be on solid ground concerning … Continue reading
California is set for a full reopening on June 15, but experts say a full recovery is dependent on trust.
A wildfire has burned 400 acres in the Santa Rosa Mountains and is 10% contained. Evacuations have been ordered in Pinyon Crest.
A heat wave with record-high temperatures is expected to sweep the Los Angeles area this week, with the highest temperatures Tuesday and Wednesday.
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles issued new instructions to reopen for indoor Mass starting next weekend and for most followers to return to … Continue reading
The La Cristianita saga is barely remembered — even by its putative caretakers at Camp Pendleton.
My last chance at Hollywood fame was going to live or die on Olvera Street. But overcoming the tropes wasn’t going to be easy.
The temblor Sunday evening was 20 miles from Santa Rosa.
Police officials say such weapons represent real, imminent threats. Others claim the danger is exaggerated and that officers are too quick to pull the trigger.
Hollywood has often limited Latino stories to Boyle Heights and East L.A. Now, two Netflix series are imagining how to broaden pop culture’s horizons.
At last, the Class of 2021 gathers together — for graduation
For many seniors, the end of high school is marked by the first in-person gathering of their entire class since March 2020 — graduation.
Starting Tuesday, the state will remove most remaining restrictions on businesses and significantly relax mask-wearing rules for people who are vaccinated.
About 20 agents armed and outfitted in tactical gear raided the North Hollywood home of Siaka Massaquoi
Man fatally shot near Hyde Park on Saturday morning.
The man was identified as 24-year-old Keion Dade of Moreno Valley.
A judge finds L.A. County Sheriff’s Department indiscriminately used projectiles and chemical agents against protesters, legal observers, journalists.
A fire in an Arts District building destroyed 20 artists’ studios and storage spaces and several businesses.
Councilman Mike Bonin says he’s angry about the suffering he sees. So let’s get going on solutions.
California moves to rescind dozens of emergency COVID-19 actions as reopening nears
L.A. chefs, restaurateurs and the Food staff share the food and drink items they would want in their earthquake kits.
When the Big One hits, will Californians be ready for a lack of modern communication connections? Extended periods without essential utilities such as water and … Continue reading
Los Angeles City Atty. Mike Feuer will not file criminal charges against the scores of protesters, journalists and legal observers who were arrested for failing … Continue reading
The man, Antoine Larue Rainey, was also charged in an earlier attack on another female motorist.
All told, 30 Californians will win $50,000 apiece as part of the state’s “Vax for the Win” program. The drawings will culminate Tuesday with the … Continue reading
Triple-digit temperatures are expected in the valleys and Inland Empire, while downtown L.A. will soar into the 90s and the beaches will reach the mid-80s.
The State Bar of California acknowledged that its investigators had mishandled years of complaints against legal titan and “Real Housewives” cast member Tom Girardi, who … Continue reading
The federal transportation agency agrees to restore nearly $1 billion in funding for high-speed rail, but the project is still in a deep funding hole.
Cases of RSV, a respiratory virus, fell amid pandemic shutdowns last year. Now it’s reemerging in the South, and children may be more vulnerable.
The state is now reporting an average of fewer than 1,000 new COVID-19 cases per day. The last time case counts were this low was … Continue reading
After being off campus during this entire COVID-19 year, graduates get to return
When the nation’s second-largest school district fully reopens in the fall, students and staff will wear masks, regardless of vaccine status, and all will be … Continue reading
L.A. Times seeks to make public the deposition testimony in a lawsuit alleging sexual harassment by a former Garcetti aide
Desiree Horton says she was disrespected before she was fired
Sanker was the owner of White Party Palm Springs, a multiday extravaganza and a haven for generations of gay men.
Five current and former employees say the city of Long Beach failed to equally pay and promote Black workers and contributed to “anti-Black culture.”
An analysis projects the recall election against Gov. Gavin Newsom will cost $215 million, an amount that’s likely to grow as more candidates emerge.
Robert Durst, 78, a multimillionaire real estate heir and defendant in a labyrinthine murder trial, was hospitalized Thursday for an unspecified issue.
Does governing a city as unwieldy as Los Angeles make Garcetti the perfect candidate for ambassador to India?
Former Democratic Rep. Katie Hill of Santa Clarita is pushing to make revenge porn a federal crime.
The former head of the nonprofit Mayor’s Fund for Los Angeles testified that he heard Mayor Eric Garcetti say he was surprised his former aide … Continue reading
The California Citizens Compensation Commission, which is appointed by the governor, voted 4 to 0 on Tuesday to approve the 4.2% pay hikes for state … Continue reading
Recall backers say Raman’s office is inexperienced, unresponsive and too politically radical. The councilwoman responded that she’s focusing on a “broad progressive agenda.”
A Garden Grove police officer has been charged with threatening and striking homeless people while on duty last year.
A wind-driven vegetation fire had been threatening structures in the city of Hesperia in San Bernardino County on Wednesday afternoon.
A man is arrested on suspicion of kidnapping his ex-girlfriend in North Hollywood over the weekend and killing another man who tried to stop him.
Investigators are searching for the driver of a Dodge Challenger, which rear-ended a Toyota Corolla around 12:30 a.m. Racing may have been involved.
Muhammad Rauf Ahmed allegedly stole more than 500 blank cards from the Pomona Fairplex mass vaccination site, officials said.
In Sunset Beach, an 87-foot water tower remodeled into a one-of-a-kind home is on the market for $4.95 million.
Kamala Harris received an onslaught of backlash after she told would-be migrants ‘do not come’ to the U.S. But the message is no different from … Continue reading
Organized labor has provided crucial support for the high-speed rail project, discouraging any straying from California’s current plan.
Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva waded into the morass of homelessness in Los Angeles this week by deploying deputies to the Venice boardwalk, a … Continue reading
Adel Hagekhalil could bring a new direction to the Metropolitan Water District as climate change strains supplies.
Photographs by Genaro Molina illustrate the scene in Venice boardwalk after L.A. County sheriff’s deputies are dispersed to assess the homelessness problem along the famous … Continue reading
A Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy has been accused of assaulting a man in the back of her cruiser in 2019 and destroying evidence.
Officials have canceled evacuation orders and warnings as firefighters get a hold on wind-driven vegetation fire near the community of Wheatland in Yuba County.
Four girls, two of them in wheelchairs, were struck from behind while traveling along a dark rural road Saturday night.
The vaccination site opened Tuesday at Union Station, one week ahead of the state’s reopening on June 15.
Registered sex offender Jorge Vasquez, released in 2018, has been arrested on suspicion of sexually abusing three boys in Tulare County, records show.
Alameda, Napa, San Diego, San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara counties have moved into the yellow tier as part of California’s last reopening update.