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Marina Del Rey Gunman Charged With Attempted Murder and Assault

The Los Angeles County district attorney files felony charges against a man suspected of firing more than 90 rounds at a Marina del Rey apartment complex.

Paris Hilton Speaks Up for California‚Äôs ‚ÄėTroubled‚Äô Teens

Heiress Paris Hilton is on a mission to shine a light on the "troubled teen industry," a largely unregulated multibillion-dollar industry that is gaining public scrutiny for alleged abuse of vulnerable youths.

Which Bills Will Survive CA Legislature Committees?

The state Senate Appropriations Committee session on suspense file day at the state Capitol in Sacramento on Sept. 1, 2023. Photo by Rahul Lal for CalMatters

Los Hospitales De California Siguen Cerrando Sus Salas De Parto. ¬ŅPueden Los Legisladores Hacer Algo Al Respecto?

Dos legisladores de California presentaron proyectos de ley destinados a frenar el cierre de las salas de maternidad después de que una investigación de CalMatters descubriera que casi 50 hospitales habían suspendido los servicios de parto y maternidad entre 2012 …

California Hospitals Keep Closing Their Labor Wards. Can Lawmakers Do Anything About It?

Two California lawmakers introduced bills intended to slow maternity ward closures after a CalMatters investigation found nearly 50 hospitals had ended labor and delivery services between 2012 and 2023.

Pacific Coast Highway Podría Tener Cámaras De Velocidad Luego De La Muerte De 4 Estudiantes De Pepperdine

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California Schools Aren’t Equipped to Handle Mental Health Issues. That Needs to Change

The youth mental health crisis is well documented, yet most California schools lack the resources, training and capacity to identify concerns and respond. Greater investment, including funds to hire more school counselors, could make a difference.

Pacific Coast Highway Could Get Speed Cameras Following Deaths of 4 Pepperdine Students

After an allegedly speeding driver killed four Pepperdine students last fall on the Pacific Coast Highway, a pending bill could add Malibu to a list of six California cities testing out automated cameras to ticket speeders.

A Library for Bike Riders Brings 250 E-Bikes to South Los Angeles

The Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator and L.A.'s Department of Transportation, aided by nearly $3 million in funding from the California Air Resources Board, debuted their 250-unit e-bike "lending library" Tuesday at Leimert Park's Ride On! Bike Co-Op.

Renters Across L.A. Are Under Strain and Many Fear Becoming Homeless, Survey Finds

An annual survey from UCLA's Luskin School of Public Affairs found renters under strain from the steep cost of housing and inflation, and many fearing homelessness.

O.J. Simpson Never Paid the Goldmans the Millions He Owed Them. Can They Finally Collect?

Ronald Goldman's family may be able to extract money owed to them from a wrongful-death judgment against O.J. Simpson's estate following the football star's death.

In San Francisco’s Chinatown, a CEO Works With the Community to Bolster Hospital

SAN FRANCISCO ‚ÄĒ Chinese Hospital, located in the heart of this city's legendary Chinatown, struggles with many of the same financial and demographic challenges that plague small independent hospitals in underserved areas across the country.

To Stop Fentanyl Deaths in Philadelphia, Knocking on Doors and Handing Out Overdose Kits

On a narrow street lined with row houses and an auto body shop in the Kensington neighborhood of North Philadelphia, Marsella Elie climbs a home's front steps and knocks hard on the door.

Paris Hilton Backs California Bill Requiring Sunshine on ‚ÄėTroubled Teen Industry‚Äô

Celebrity hotel heiress Paris Hilton is backing California lawmakers' push to increase the transparency of residential teen therapeutic centers by requiring these programs to report the use of restraints or seclusion rooms in disciplining minors.

If Newsom Truly Follows the Science, Why Not Adopt the ‚ÄėScience of Reading‚Äô in California Schools?

California Gov. Gavin Newsom contends that he followed science when battling COVID-19. But when it comes to the ‚Äúscience of reading‚ÄĚ in schools, California has continued to oppose a proven method for improving comprehension.

‚ÄėNo Place Like This.‚Äô L.A. Home Helps Young Adults Live Beyond Survival Mode

Los Angeles Room & Board provides wraparound support to young adults on the brink of homelessness. Rather than trying to figure out where they will sleep every night, they focus on attending school or earning an income.

California Farming Area Placed on Probation Over Declining Groundwater and Sinking Land

California's water board has for the first time put a farming region on probation for failing to adopt measures to curb excessive pumping of groundwater.

Police Discover Woman's Body Stuffed Inside Sunland Trash Can

A woman's body was found inside a trash can in a residential part of Sunland on Tuesday morning, Los Angeles police said.

California Ordena Detener El Bombeo Excesivo De Aguas Subterr√°neas en El Condado De Kings

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California Acts to Halt Kings County’s Groundwater Overpumping

State officials, for the first time, put a local groundwater basin on probation to stop overuse. The order triggers hefty fees and mandatory reporting of well use.

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