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Since the ban on dining in, Southern California restaurants have fallen on hard times. But many are lending a helping hand to those in need. [Read More]
The Valley communities with the most cases are North Hollywood with 45, Sherman Oaks with 37 and Encino with 32. [Read More]
Find attorneys who have been disciplined since January by the State Bar of California. [Read More]
Concerns about local and state response to cornonavirus are discussed at a virtual town hall hosted by State Sen. Henry Stern on April 2. [Read More]
Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent Austin Beutner released this message on Wednesday evening, April 1, an update on the district's status amid the novel... [Read More]
Hiu Kit David Chong, a former USC admissions official, admitted that he falsified applicants' admission packets with doctored college transcripts, phony letters of recommendation and... [Read More]
Re "Bullet train drags on after years of failure" (Editorial, March 12): Like many Californians who earlier bought into the idea of a bullet train... [Read More]
The Valley communities with the most cases are North Hollywood with 39, Sherman Oaks with 33 and Encino with 30. [Read More]
Re "Intrusions on our liberties cannot end soon enough" (Opinion, March 25): People make bad decisions when motivated by fear or greed. Susan Shelley's columns... [Read More]
There's no more essential infrastructure in the nation than the U.S. Constitution. We're fortunate that defenders of the Second Amendment are reinforcing it. [Read More]
Congress has taken steps to help Americans pay their bills, save their small businesses and ensure jobs are ready and waiting when the time comes. [Read More]
Government's rules often make it harder for private actors to help people. In a crisis, America's unsung heroes are people who overcome that. [Read More]
Oldest Grand Slam tennis tournament, scheduled to be played from June 29 to July 12 in London, won't go on for the first time since... [Read More]
This will take some time and a good bit of trial and error to get it right. [Read More]
Simi Valley's Jake Means is the Daily News boys soccer player of the year. Also, see which standouts were selected to the All-Area team. [Read More]
It happened near Beaty Avenue and Laurel Avenue. [Read More]
There are some fine varieties available from restaurants all over town — ready for takeout to enjoy at home. [Read More]
State superintendent urges local officials to double down on distance learning efforts... [Read More]
The Bridge Home city shelters for San Pedro and Wilmington are both running ahead of schedule after a plodding start that finally brought groundbreakings on... [Read More]
Crises are never a good time for thoughtful policymaking or wise spending decisions. [Read More]
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