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Welcome to the new, new normal? [Read More]
The dispute pits the property owner against her ex-husband and her son, who have repeatedly defied COVID-19 safety protocols during the pandemic. [Read More]
Although we've known for months that June 15 was the big day, restaurants and bars were in limbo, waiting for guidance from L.A. County officials. [Read More]
Some companies plan to let their L.A. employees keep working from home. But the businesses that cater to those workers need them to come back... [Read More]
Here's what you need to know today: L.A. and California are doing away with color-coded reopening tiers, why earthquakes seem to happen at night, and... [Read More]
Key depositions in a sexual harassment lawsuit brought by a former bodyguard to L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti are hidden under a protective order. The attorney... [Read More]
While California's June 15 reopening is doomsday in reverse for the hospitality industry, without firm guidelines from the county, many restaurants are in a little... [Read More]
White communities accumulate roughly $100,000 more than any racial or ethnic group after a natural disaster. [Read More]
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Whether it's at home or at work, there's an assumption that people will be safe if an earthquake hits. [Read More]
While pumping iron, you were encouraged to push yourself harder by imagining you were taking down the Death Star, training in the X-Men's Danger Room... [Read More]
Tip: Start storing water now. [Read More]
Most people hospitalized after the magnitude 6.7 Northridge quake in 1994 were injured by falls or flying objects in their home. Don't let that happen... [Read More]
Enjoy happy hour at home — with a queen. Visit an art exhibition created from hula hoops. Explore the science of SpongeBob. Attend Dodgers and... [Read More]
Learning about your home is the first step in understanding your risk. [Read More]
Get ready. We're here to help. [Read More]
Keeping supplies accessible is crucial. [Read More]
The API Equity Budget would fund services to victims of hate incidents and send funds to Asian enclaves hard-hit by declining business during the pandemic. [Read More]
We're dedicated to answering the questions that keep you up at night. This time, we mean it literally. [Read More]
After being closed last summer because of the pandemic, public pools are reopening to offer Angelenos a place to beat the heat. [Read More]
Researchers will begin investigating how rising sea levels may affect the groundwater in inland Southern California communities. [Read More]
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