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14-Year-Old Girl Missing Near SF's Tenderloin Neighborhood

San Francisco police are asking the public for help finding a teen girl.

A Google Worker Was Accused of Killing His Wife in This Home. Now It's for Sale.

The interior is "freshly painted," according to the listing.

Two People Stabbed, Another Assaulted in Unprovoked Attack in Santa Monica

Police arrest a suspect in the assault near the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica. The victims' conditions were not disclosed.

Memorial Day Weekend in Southern California Is Looking Gloomy. How Long Will This 'May Gray' Linger?

A cloudy, cooler pattern is expected to persist through Memorial Day weekend in Southern California.

LAPD, DEA Launch Criminal Investigation Into Matthew Perry's Fatal Ketamine Use

The Los Angeles Police Department and Drug Enforcement Administration are investigating how the actor came to have so much of the drug.

Police Lower the Boom on Pasadena Man Accused of Setting Off Over 150 Explosions in Two Years

Pasadena police accused 63-year-old Art Leon Berian of a detonation spree that had disturbed a local neighborhood repeatedly since 2022.

Fiery Crash Kills 1, Closes Major Fremont Road

The crash reportedly killed one and scattered debris across a major road.

Many Pushed to Free 'Kind' LAPD Cop Who Murdered Ex-Boyfriend's Wife. Victim's Family Fought Back

California parole board revoked a decision to recommend release for Stephanie Lazarus after testimony saying the ex-detective 'lied for decades' to cover up 1986 slaying.

Exclusive: Senator Urges Biden Administration to Thwart Fraudulent ACA Enrollments

Stronger actions are needed immediately to thwart insurance brokers who fraudulently enroll or switch people in Affordable Care Act coverage, Sen. Ron Wyden, chairman of the powerful Senate Finance Committee, said Monday.

Exclusive: Senator Urges Biden Administration to Thwart Fraudulent Obamacare Enrollments

Stronger actions are needed immediately to thwart insurance brokers who fraudulently enroll or switch people in Affordable Care Act coverage, Sen. Ron Wyden, chairman of the powerful Senate Finance Committee, said Monday.

It’s Make or Break for Bills at CA Legislature

Assemblymember Evan Low speaks with colleagues on the Assembly floor at the state Capitol in Sacramento on April 29, 2024. Photo by Miguel Gutierrez Jr., CalMatters

Este Condado Es El ‘Desierto’ Más Severo De California Para Recargar Coches Eléctricos Pero Los Activistas Locales Quieren Cambiar Eso

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This County Is California’s Harshest Charging ‘Desert’ for Electric Cars. Local Activists Want to Change That

Lack of EV chargers in remote areas could derail California’s aim to electrify cars. In Imperial County, residents have access to few public chargers and buy electric cars at only a fifth of the statewide rate.

Scorching Schoolyards: California Groups Want More Trees, Less Asphalt at Schools

Too few trees at California’s schools mean there’s little protecting students from a warming planet. Here’s how advocates say the state can pay for more shade.

California Is on Track for Another Record Year Spent on Lobbyists

More than $114 million was spent to lobby California state government in the first quarter of this year, about the same amount as last year when advocates set a record for spending on influence efforts.

Fuel Breaks Saved Lives During the Camp Fire. They Can Spare California From Future Devastation

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Opinion: How Do L.A.'s Ethnic Communities Keep Their Identities While Living With Others? Just Read the Signs

Unlike in many big cities, Los Angeles' cultural neighborhoods are not exclusive enclaves. They share space with one another and communicate through signage.

From Unhoused to High School Grad: L.A. Ceremony Honors Students Who Overcame the Odds

These students experienced homelessness — living in shelters, with relatives and in overcrowded spaces — but they persevered to reach graduation day.

Feds Collected DNA From 1.5 Million Migrants in Under Four Years, Report Finds

The Georgetown Law Center on Privacy & Technology said the rise in DNA collection raises questions about whether immigrants' privacy rights are being violated.

Black Bear Had Been Killed by Car, but Then Its Paws Were Cut Off and Stolen

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife is investigating after a black bear was found with its paws missing.

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