The county public health chief says emergency orders are no longer needed 'to ensure we have and can use life-saving tools and mitigation strategies.'
Lucy Jones, California's beloved earthquake expert, sits down with environment reporter Rosanna Xia to discuss music's power to inspire climate action.
Julio Urías, the Dodgers' top starting pitcher, is set to become a free agent after this season. Is the team willing to pay him $200 million or more?
New LED lights at Dodger Stadium gained some unwanted attention from players of both teams during the Dodgers' season-opening win over the Diamondbacks.
Mark Ridley-Thomas has been a giant in L.A. politics, and his conviction should prompt self-evaluation and soul searching among the city's other elected leaders.
The dating websites I used came up with some remarkable matches that didn't work out. Would meeting 'Jay from Long Beach' change everything?
Nicole Chung was writing a memoir about losing her father; then her mother died. She discusses COVID, U.S. health care and her revised memoir, 'A Living Remedy'
A docent's do's and don'ts, United Recordings' demise, and additional background on movie extras' lot in life addressed in readers' letters.
Bethanne Patrick's 10 recommended books for April involve tales of mutiny, poison and more, including work by David Grann, Nicole Chung and Don Winslow.
"Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves" is the latest stab at turning the decades-old D&D franchise into a blockbuster hit. Can it help turn the game-to-movie pipeline into less of a joke?