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Archive for October 11th, 2017
L.A. County's inspector general finds that Sheriff Jim McDonnell failed to reveal the extent to which his department cooperates with federal immigration agents.
Mental health community meetings are being offered in Riverside County on Wednesday evening in the wake of the Las Vegas shooting.
With contractions four and five minutes apart, Nicole Veum started to see and smell smoke at her Santa Rosa, Calif. hospital.
Southern California honorees Viet Thanh Nguyen, Yuval Sharon, Njideka Akunyili Crosby and Stefan Savage are among the 24 winners of this year's fellowship, which recognizes "extraordinarily talented and creative individuals."
The City Council's planning committee gave its final approval to a fee on developers that would help pay for subsidized housing.
"You want to stop chronic homelessness? Solve youth homelessness," says an advocate. But that takes money and effort.
The San Francisco Ethics Commission is exploring limits on "behested payments," the fundraising practice used by politicians to raise money for pet causes.
Only rubble remains as evidence of the home — and the life — that Charles and Sarah Rippey spent nearly a century building.
Los Angeles, San Diego and Santa Monica board members voted against it, but it passed with 69 percent of the board.
Most of the evacuations in Anaheim and the surrounding area have been lifted. Anaheim, Orange and Tustin residents were allowed to return to evacuated homes this evening, according to Anaheim Fire and Rescue.
Voters who signed a petition to recall Sen. Josh Newman had until Tuesday to rescind their names. Newman is key to Democrats keeping their supermajority.
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As the film industry struggles with audiences lost to streaming and mobile content, companies like IMAX are testing location-based virtual reality experiences.
A Weinstein Company executive who reportedly confronted the film executive about his behavior was labeled as the "sex police." Everyone who worked there had to sign confidentiality agreements.
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said today that Spain could limit or rescind Catalan autonomy if the region moves forward with its proposed secession.
As wildfires continue to burn into their third day in Northern California, consistent high winds continue to create trouble for fire crews battling the flames that have overtaken some parts of the Golden State’s famed wine country north of San Francisco, reducing entire subdivisions and neighborhoods to ash, burning over 100,000 acres, displacing thousands, and killing at least 17 people.
File this idea under the category of “what could possibly go wrong."
With an eighth consecutive World Cup in sight, the U.S. has now been sacked from the qualifiers. Embarrassingly.
On Tuesday, commissioner of the National Football League Roger Goodell wrote a letter to all 32 football teams saying he thought NFL players should stand for the anthem.
For the first time since 1986, the United States's men's team will not be present in soccer's biggest event. Dave Denholm from ESPN explains how this happened.
And one expert says more wind is expected later this week.
The many fires blazing in the state's northern region have burned nearly 170,000 acres. Evacuations have been chaotic and the emergency alert system might be at fault.
Seat belts are a critical part of safety in cars, but they pose complications for buses
The California Water Fix project, intended to bring water from the Sacramento - San Joaquin River Delta to Southern California, lives to see another day.
Brian and Andy Kamenetzky weigh in on the constitutionality of the NFL banning kneeling during the national anthem and who the Dodgers should want to play in the NLCS