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L.A. County Superior Court Hit by Ransomware Attack, Believed to Be Unrelated to CrowdStrike Outage

The Los Angeles County Superior Court was hit with a ransomware attack that officials say does not appear related to the faulty CrowdStrike update that sparked a global technology outage.

West Contra Costa Sued Over Poor Building Conditions, Teacher Vacancies

Teacher vacancies at three West Contra Costa schools have disproportionately impacted students of color, according to the lawsuit.

Multiple Fires Break Out in L.A. County Amid Hot, Dry Conditions

Three wildfires ignited in Palmdale, Tujunga and Angeles National Forest. A heat wave is expected to build over Southern California through the weekend.

South L.A. Gang Members Get Decades-Long Sentences for Killing Off-Duty LAPD Officer

Three members of the Florencia 13 gang received long prison sentences for killing Fernando Arroyos as the LAPD officer and his girlfriend were looking at homes in Florence-Firestone.

'Erratic and Assaultive' Man Armed With Machete Shot by Riverside County Sheriff's Deputy

A deputy-involved shooting occurred during an effort to clean up the Santa Ana River bottom.

In a Win for Street Vendors, L.A. Agrees to Lift Restrictions and Cancel Fines

The city of Los Angeles will lift restrictions on street vending within 500 feet of schools and farmers markets and cancel illegal citations.

Which California Democrats Want President Joe Biden to Drop Out of the Election?

Adam Schiff and other California Democrats have urged President Joe Biden to withdraw from the November election after his poor debate performance against Donald Trump.

Biden Administration Tightens Broker Access to Healthcare.gov to Thwart Rogue Sign-Ups

The Biden administration on Friday put in place stringent curbs aimed at thwarting rogue insurance brokers from switching consumers' Affordable Care Act plans without their consent.

Biden Administration Tightens Broker Access to Healthcare.gov to Thwart Rogue Sign-Ups

The Biden administration on Friday put in place stringent curbs aimed at thwarting rogue insurance brokers from switching consumers' Affordable Care Act plans without their consent.

Attempted in-School Kidnapping Thwarted After Teacher 'Physically Intervened'

The man allegedly tried to pull a student from a classroom at a Bay Area high school.

Driver Fleeing Car Collision on Bay Bridge Jumps Off Railing, and Survives

A man involved in a collision on the San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge fled the scene by jumping into the water, the California Highway Patrol said.

A California Court Just Granted an Ag Giant a Win. It Could Jeopardize New Farm Union Law

A judge has halted a union effort at the Wonderful Company, throwing into question a new state law designed to make it easier for agricultural workers to organize.

Woman Fatally Stabbed in Apparent Sword Attack, L.A. County Sheriff's Officials Say

Sheriff's deputies were first called to the San Dimas home for a report of a domestic violence incident.

Usha Vance: From San Francisco Corporate Lawyer to MAGA's Potential Second Lady

The California native and daughter of Indian academics has devoted her life to amassing the kind of elite professional credentials that draw scorn from GOP populists.

'It Is a Hot Mess' at LAX as Global Tech Outage Brings Long Lines

LAX was challenged greatly Friday as a global tech outrage upended air travel.

Southern California's Jobs Picture Is Improving; Glimmer of Hope Seen in Hollywood Employment

The state's job growth in June kept pace with the rest of nation, but its unemployment is tied for the highest in the country.

What You Don’t Know About Low-Wage Workers in California

Farmworkers work on a field outside of Mendota in Fresno County on July 12, 2023. Photo by Larry Valenzuela, CalMatters/CatchLight Local

Tijuana River Sewage Flows Into San Diego County Last Year Broke All Records Since 2000

Sewage carried into San Diego County by the Tijuana River last year broke all records since 2000.

Global Tech Outage Strands Passengers at LAX, Other Airports; Hospitals Also Hit

The software issue was part of an update from cybersecurity company CrowdStrike, which protects computers for many of the biggest companies in the world.

At Trump’s GOP Convention, There’s Little to Be Heard on Health Care

No talk of Obamacare. Or abortion.

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