Officials have identified 33 buildings owned by Los Angeles County as having a flaw that could cause them to collapse in a major earthquake.
The list includes the Kenneth Hahn Hall of Administration, the center of Los Angeles County government.
Another drought will emerge soon enough in California. But right now, the biggest threat this spring is flooding.
The LAPD fired 31 tear gas canisters inside Carlos Pena's North Hollywood print shop. That sure sounds egregious to me, Gustavo Arellano writes.
Prius drivers whose catalytic converters have been swiped are experiencing a second indignity: Thousands of owners are ahead of them in line for the same part, and the delays could stretch on for months.
With its $73.5-million opening, 'John Wick: Chapter 4' is just the latest in a string of action movies with aging stars to score at the box office.
What does the non-partisan state superintendent of public instruction do? Does the Board of Equalization need four elected positions? It's time to review whether California still needs these politicians.
For over 100 years, college athletes couldn't make money competing in their sports. A new NCAA rule around name, image and likeness has changed that. The biggest winners? Gymnasts.
The decline of Salinas' 152-year-old newspaper has eroded the sense of community in this city renowned as the Salad Bowl of the World. Residents are left hungry for a trusted watchdog and worried about what stories are going uncovered.
A new study examines the factors that caused some states to have COVID-19 mortality rates that were four times higher than others.