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November 29 – December 5, 2023
Highlights this week: Bratton...our highway system, local craft fair, Santa Cruz Chorale, movie critiques. Greensite...on Wharf Decision Postponed. Steinbruner...prescribed burn, land trust tax, B...
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After a massive fire destroyed several homes, displaced residents are searching for answers and pointing to the construction site where the blaze may have started.
Los Angeles police have arrested a man in connection with a trio of shootings that left three homeless men dead across the city in the past week.
The 17-story wooden hangar fire reignited several times, forcing school closures and keeping residents in homes as asbestos, lead and other toxins became airborne.
A Granada Hills homeowner shot and killed a burglary suspect inside their home early Saturday morning, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.
The Nov. 9 incident at USC over the Israel-Hamas war went viral online, prompting thousands to sign opposing petitions to fire and reinstate John Strauss.
In Butte County, farm landowners want to set up a new water district. Opponents fear it would open the door for selling water to other parts of California.
Chance Brannon of San Juan Capistrano pleaded guilty to firebombing a Costa Mesa Planned Parenthood clinic and plotting other attacks in Southern California.
A popular Netflix docuseries focuses on 'Blue Zones,' where lifestyles centered on faith, community and healthful eating lead to lower rates of chronic disease and greater longevity.
A fatal shooting at Fixins Soul Kitchen in L.A. Live — the first at the downtown complex — seemingly did little to deter visitors, diners and concertgoers this week.
Los Angeles police shot and killed a woman in her 50s after she was confronted by officers and set a house on fire in Chatsworth, according to authorities.
Brentwood's Barrington post office wants to help travelers with their U.S. passport applications at Sunday's passport fair. It starts at 8:30 a.m. and ends at 1 p.m.
With safe, protected bike lanes and streets designed for humans, not only cars, we can have a future with an environmentally sound commuting option.
One big question after Thursday night's hyped red-vs.-blue states debate is whether California Gov. Gavin Newsom is helping President Biden or hurting him.
El Monte resident Gabriela Leos alleges Mayor Jessica Ancona dispatched a gang member to intimidate her during a dispute in a park.
Six years after a deadly Boyle Heights crash, the L.A. County Sheriff's Department has moved to discipline two deputies involved.
Mildred García, the new Cal State chancellor, is earning a total compensation of nearly $1 million. Meanwhile, university president pay has increased at a greater rate than that of faculty, who are preparing to strike in early December, and the …
Nima Momeni’s lawyers want his trial moved out of San Francisco.
Faculty across the 23 CSU campuses will protest and rally for wage increases as negotiations with the nation's largest public university system stall.
"The Great Red State vs. Blue State Debate" more than doubled the typical audience for Sean Hannity's nightly program.
Robert Lang Sr., a former longtime In-N-Out Burger executive who officially put the Double-Double on the chain's menu, has died at 87.
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