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L.A. Unified's Beyond the Bell All-City Jazz Band joins a lineup that includes major artists like The Roots, Gregory Porter, and Tower of Power. [Read More]
After weeks of talks, state lawmakers are told there is a tentative agreement on California tax relief between Gov. Newsom and legislative leaders. It includes... [Read More]
"This ruling ignores not only precedent but science, and will exacerbate the mental health crisis America is already experiencing," the president of the…... [Read More]
Now that the U.S. Supreme Court has overturned the Roe decision, here are key takeaways of what to expect for abortion in California. They include... [Read More]
Democratic lawmakers seek to strengthen abortion rights in California with a state constitutional amendment and other legislation. [Read More]
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The Black civil rights attorney fought against redlining policies in L.A. and nationwide. [Read More]
Before Los Angeles was perpetually in a drought, it was a wet region perfect for thousands of frogs. [Read More]
High inflation is affecting the ability of homelessness service providers to provide basic needs like food and shelter. [Read More]
LA Plaza De Cultura y Artes showcases the everyday culinary art of 10 local Mexican grandmothers in "Abuelita's Kitchen." [Read More]
California law helps make it hard for many residents of urban counties to obtain concealed carry permits — but SCOTUS just struck down a similar... [Read More]
Organizers have two goals: educate people about what happened to Vincent Chin and talk about what hate crimes mean for everyone. [Read More]
The interest, and investment, in coaching and encouragement is a curious turn for an industry that likes to boast of its billion-dollar pills and…... [Read More]
The layoffs come following an announcement to investors earlier this year that they'd lost 200,000 subscribers at the end of the first quarter — the... [Read More]
Kenny Butler and Daniel Duron worked toward their degrees while in prison. Their journey could become more common with Pell grants becoming available to incarcerated... [Read More]
For more than two years, L.A. has protected renters from evictions and rent hikes. Now, the city council wants to "reassess" those rules. [Read More]
In response to the learning loss students across L.A. County have dealt with as a result of the pandemic, LAUSD has largely left tutoring up... [Read More]
The company "will finally be held accountable for creating the youth vaping epidemic," the advocacy group Parents Against Vaping e-cigarettes told NPR. Juul said it... [Read More]
There's a good chance that two initiatives to legalize sports betting will appear on the November ballot. If both pass, they might both go into... [Read More]
Here's what you need to know today. [Read More]
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