Chicago Pride Parade steps off for the first time since 2019 amid concerns over future of LGBTQ+ rights Chicago Pride Parade steps off for the first time since 2019 amid concerns over future of LGBTQ+ rights

The parade was canceled the past two years due to COVID-19 restrictions. But at noon Sunday it was back, stepping off in the Uptown neighborhood.

yesterday, 20:16
Chicago Pride Parade is back for the first time since 2019 Chicago Pride Parade is back for the first time since 2019

The Chicago Pride Parade was canceled the past two years due to COVID-19 restrictions, but on Sunday, June 26, 2022, it was back, stepping off in the Uptown neighborhood of Chicago.

yesterday, 19:59
In churches across Los Angeles, the faithful react to the end of Roe vs. Wade In churches across Los Angeles, the faithful react to the end of Roe vs. Wade

Across Southern California, different churches react variously with jubilation and sorrow, glee and anger, to the Supreme Court's Roe vs. Wade ruling.

yesterday, 23:21
California Republican Rep. David Valadao, who voted to impeach Trump, survives primary California Republican Rep. David Valadao, who voted to impeach Trump, survives primary

Republican Rep. Valadao, who voted to impeach Trump, survives California primary but faces a blue district in the November election. Jan Perry advances in L.A.

yesterday, 21:56
Man accused of burning officer with makeshift blowtorch during Roe vs. Wade protests Man accused of burning officer with makeshift blowtorch during Roe vs. Wade protests

Michael Ortiz was arrested Friday night on suspicion of attacking the officer at 5th and Main streets in downtown Los Angeles.

yesterday, 21:29
2 men shot, 1 fatally, on a bus in West Garfield Park, police say 2 men shot, 1 fatally, on a bus in West Garfield Park, police say

Two males with firearms entered a bus in the 300 block of South Pulaski Road, according to a police notification.

yesterday, 22:31
Abortion rights activists continue protests across Los Angeles on Sunday Abortion rights activists continue protests across Los Angeles on Sunday

For the third day in a row, demonstrators gathered downtown to express grief and anger over the Supreme Court's decision to end a constitutional right to abortion.

today, 2:17
Column: Cancer patients need options to survive. Poor Californians often have none Column: Cancer patients need options to survive. Poor Californians often have none

Medi-Cal patients diagnosed with complex cancers often find themselves shut out of the best care -- even when that exclusion is a life-or-death matter.

today, 15:00
Drought and bark beetles are killing the oldest trees on Earth. Can they be saved? Drought and bark beetles are killing the oldest trees on Earth. Can they be saved?

Extreme drought and bark beetles now threaten California's Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, home to Methuselah, a 4,853-year-old bristlecone pine.

today, 14:00
L.A.'s last Japanese boardinghouse is safe, for now. Elderly tenants still worry L.A.'s last Japanese boardinghouse is safe, for now. Elderly tenants still worry

In the house's heyday, about 30 men left each day for jobs as gardeners or laborers, returning for communal meals. Now, only seven are left.

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