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Monday: Jill Cowan joins California Today, Christine Blasey Ford agrees to testify, and a Cambodian refugee opens a restaurant in Oakland. [Read More]
Friday: A busy week for food news, a Salinas soccer team whose players return to Mexico for opportunity, and the enduring L.A. flea market scene. [Read More]
Ever since the days when Angelenos sold tamales out of horse-drawn carts, street food has been a fixture in Los Angeles. It has also been... [Read More]
Thursday: Street vending is decriminalized, Facebook builds its anti-disinformation "war room," and a data artist plans to transform the Walt Disney Concert Hall. [Read More]
Wednesday: The historian Miriam Pawel talks about the governor's family history, Christine Blasey Ford wants an F.B.I. investigation, and a Santa Barbara teenager finds $10,000. [Read More]
Monday: Debate deadlock in two high-profile races, Brett Kavanaugh's accuser comes forward, and Boba Guys opens a tapioca pearl plant in Hayward. [Read More]
Tuesday: Protecting U.S. taxpayers from the next big one, aiming for 100 percent renewable energy by 2045, and a high school photo delights N.F.L. fans. [Read More]
Monday: The state becomes a battleground for gun control, new fires cause evacuations, and Salesforce Park provides a green respite in San Francisco. [Read More]
Thursday: How people start or exacerbate blazes, a sudden opportunity for Duncan Hunter's challenger, and a teetotaler's guide to Sonoma County. [Read More]
Wednesday: Duncan Hunter remains on the November ballot, Facebook identifies new influence campaigns, and Kelly Marie Tran speaks out against online harassment. [Read More]
Monday: Highland Hospital offers treatment on demand, Nia Wilson's family moves to sue BART, and a collector sells his Disneyland memorabilia. [Read More]
The Eastern Villa Apartments are two rows of slate-gray buildings in a residential neighborhood on the outskirts of Sacramento. On Wednesday morning, residents awoke to... [Read More]
Friday: An F.B.I. raid sows suspicion, Elon Musk opens up to The Times about his "painful" year, and "Crazy Rich Asians" gets its Hollywood moment. [Read More]
Thursday: Tourists and wildlife return, Tesla is subpoenaed, and Portuguese-Americans keep tradition alive in the Central Valley. [Read More]
Wednesday: An initiative to give Californians more rights over their data, San Francisco's Poop Patrol, and a punny cease-and-desist letter from In-N-Out. [Read More]
Tuesday: Kevin de León's push for clean energy, a death in the Mendocino Complex Fire, and the significance of The Times's first California food critic. [Read More]
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Monday: President Trump approves a disaster declaration for California, a plane crash at an Orange County mall and Lance Bass loses a bid. [Read More]