Nearly 20% of California water agencies could see shortages if drought persists, state report shows Nearly 20% of California water agencies could see shortages if drought persists, state report shows

With another dry year ahead, state water officials are stressing that water conservation efforts must continue in 2023.

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Black and Latino residents burned out of Palm Springs seek city reparations Black and Latino residents burned out of Palm Springs seek city reparations

Former residents and their descendants say the city of Palm Springs owes them up to $2 billion in damages for the forcible removal in the 1950s and '60s of cooks, chauffeurs and builders who helped turn the desert town into a playground for the stars.

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The Times podcast: The megaflood, next time in California The Times podcast: The megaflood, next time in California

UCLA researchers say California is overdue for a megaflood that would effectively turn the state into a "vast inland sea." Climate change isn't helping this inevitability.

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Native plants are bringing new life to L.A.'s ravaged areas. Here's how to help Native plants are bringing new life to L.A.'s ravaged areas. Here's how to help

December is prime planting time for native plants in Los Angeles, and habitat restoration projects are looking for volunteers ... or is it the other way around?

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There were no Jedi, and other reasons 'Andor' was great There were no Jedi, and other reasons 'Andor' was great

Times writers Tracy Brown, Matt Pearce and Jamil Smith talk about why 'Andor' is one of the best 'Star Wars' stories ever made.

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Storm could bring feet of snow to Sierra Nevada, then rain and wind to L.A. Storm could bring feet of snow to Sierra Nevada, then rain and wind to L.A.

The storm system is expected to weaken as it moves into Southern California, but the Sierra Nevada could see 1 to 3 feet of snow.

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COVID hospitalization rates in babies as bad as for seniors amid Omicron wave, study shows COVID hospitalization rates in babies as bad as for seniors amid Omicron wave, study shows

The findings, published by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, show that COVID-19 can still cause severe and fatal outcomes in children too young to be vaccinated.

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Review: L.A. artist Alexis Smith upended taboos. A thrilling new museum exhibition shows how Review: L.A. artist Alexis Smith upended taboos. A thrilling new museum exhibition shows how

A long-overdue retrospective unfurls artist Alexis Smith's exceptional career. Does that mural depict a glorious sunset or a deadly wildfire?

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How passed-down memories become full American history in 'Descendant' How passed-down memories become full American history in 'Descendant'

Tales of an 1860s slave ship being burned just off the Alabama coast were confirmed when its ruins were found. Now, a documentary explores the contemporary impact.

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In a Wisconsin town, voters fear for America under attack In a Wisconsin town, voters fear for America under attack

In a picturesque corner of western Wisconsin, a growing right-wing conservative movement has rocketed to prominence.

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