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Cal Lutheran Says Libs of TikTok Viral Post in Which Professor Wishes Trump Dead Is Fake

Cal Lutheran said a right-wing social media account shared false information, posting images that appeared to show the professor hoping Trump would be killed.

California's Billion-Dollar Hydrogen Hub Project Is Approved — But Not Without Controversy

Seven hydrogen hubs are planned throughout U.S., creating networks of production plants, trucks, pipelines. California is first to start using federal funds.

Tustin Lawyer Misappropriated Up to $282 Million From Clients Looking for Debt Relief, State Bar Says

Daniel Stephen March faces 27 ethics charges for misappropriating funds from up to 60,000 clients, the state bar says.

Authorities Search Sun Valley Hoarder Property After Years of Neighbor Complaints

LAPD and other agencies search hoarder home in Sun Valley after Times story detailing years of complaints by neighbors

UC Regents Move to Ban Views on Israel, Other Political Opinion From University Home Pages

Two committees of University of California regents voted Wednesday to ban views on Israel and other political opinions from main campus home pages. Opinions may be posted on other pages of an academic unit's website but must make clear they …

Tennessee Agrees to Remove Sex Workers With HIV From Sex Offender Registry

The Tennessee government has agreed to begin scrubbing its sex offender registry of dozens of people who were convicted of prostitution while having HIV, reversing a practice that federal lawsuits have challenged as draconian and discriminatory.

Tennessee Agrees to Remove Sex Workers With HIV From Sex Offender Registry

The Tennessee government has agreed to begin scrubbing its sex offender registry of dozens of people who were convicted of prostitution while having HIV, reversing a practice that federal lawsuits have challenged as draconian and discriminatory.

Seven-Time Felon Charged With Using Machine Gun in Shooting That Injured LAPD Officers

Malcolm Darnell Guss Jr. is accused of using a fully automatic AR-style rifle to shoot at two police officers on July 3 during a traffic stop just south of Los Angeles.

California Wildfire Burns Outside 'Bigfoot Capital of the World' With No Containment

The Hill Fire is burning about 8 miles south of Willow Creek and its Big Foot Museum.

Bones Found in Humboldt County River Are 'Possibly Human,' Anthropologists Say

Anthropologists are further examining remains found in a Northern California river.

Navy Exonerates Black Sailors Punished After 1944 Port Chicago Explosion

Secretary of the Navy Carlos Del Toro on Wednesday fully exonerated 258 Black sailors who were charged with mutiny and refusing orders after they were being forced to return to do dangerous work loading munitions, while white officers were given …

Father Named as Suspect in Killing of 3-Year-Old Bay Area Girl

Bay Area girl found dead at a recycling center was killed by her father, police say.

UC Approves Less Restrictive Policy to Limit Faculty Speech on Websites

UC board committees approved a policy to limit faculty speech on university websites. Regents and Academic Senate leaders say it protects academic freedom, but not all faculty are convinced.

2 People Dead After Being Swept Into Ocean by Wave in Santa Cruz

Multiple calls were made to 911 reporting that two people were swept into the ocean.

Here's the $10M Change Coming to SF's Golden Gate Park

A massive rehabilitation site of a dried-up lake at Golden Gate Park is set to open.

Santa Monica Uses Police Drone to Catch Car Burglar in the Act

On July 6, a Santa Monica police officer was directing the department's drone back to the station from a radio call when the officer decided to survey the Fourth of July weekend crowd near the pier and the nearby parking …

UC Moves to Limit Where Academic Departments Post Opinions Against Backdrop of Gaza War

University of California’s Board of Regents is a step closer to requiring that statements of academic departments appear on separate webpages rather than on departmental homepages. Interest in the issue swelled as professors and students debated the war in Gaza.

Thinking About Jumping Into a Lake or Stream in L.A. To Beat the Heat? Here Are the Ones to Avoid

Of the freshwater sites reviewed in L.A. County, 37% received C, D or F rankings, indicating higher levels of bacteria and possible health risks.

Large, Mysterious 19th-Century Object Appears Along Northern California Coastline

An expert said it's not clear whether it washed ashore or emerged from the sand.

Behind the Privacy Hedges and Block Walls Stand L.A.'s Notable and Notorious Homes

Sure, you can take a bus tour to see the walls and foliage outside celebrity homes. But there's much more to learn about Los Angeles' famous real estate.

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