Articles in the “news” category

There's Now A Satellite Sailing In Earth's Orbit On The Rays Of The Sun

There's Now A Satellite Sailing In Earth's Orbit On The Rays Of The Sun

Remarkably, it wasn't the government that spearheaded this project. Or private industry. We can thank our very own Pasadena-based nonprofit, The Planetary Society, for this scientific leap.

SoCal's Latino Kids Are Going To School With Fewer And Fewer White Kids

SoCal's Latino Kids Are Going To School With Fewer And Fewer White Kids

Racial segregation is "intensifying" for these children, both in Southern California and nationwide. But economic integration is increasing as Latino families flock to the 'burbs.

Brush Fire In Sepulveda Basin Caused 'Pure Pandemonium' Among Homeless Forced To Evacuate

Brush Fire In Sepulveda Basin Caused 'Pure Pandemonium' Among Homeless Forced To Evacuate

Los Angeles firefighters battled a small brush fire in the Sepulveda Basin at the site of a large homeless encampment.

There's A New L.A. County Tax On Stormwater. Here's How To Lower What You're Paying

There's A New L.A. County Tax On Stormwater. Here's How To Lower What You're Paying

Yes, we voted to tax even the rain that falls on our homes, but there are a few ways you can reduce your tax bill when it comes later this year.

Native American Enrollment In Community College Has Plummeted 60% In 20 Years. Here's Why

Native American Enrollment In Community College Has Plummeted 60% In 20 Years. Here's Why

There are 114 community college campuses in California. Only a handful have support and academic programs for Native American students.

White Men Are The Biggest Group Applying To Redraw California's Voting Maps

White Men Are The Biggest Group Applying To Redraw California's Voting Maps

Fourteen seats are up for grabs on a panel to decide election districts. In a state known for its diversity, the applicant pool is 60% male and two-thirds white.

Tips For How To Live Your Best LA Life, Courtesy Of Fellow Angelenos

Tips For How To Live Your Best LA Life, Courtesy Of Fellow Angelenos

So far they've been a mix of cheeky, cynical and helpful directives for living in this weird, wonderful place. Please keep sending them.

LA Wants You To Know: When The Big One Hits, 'We're Not Coming' To Save You (At Least Not Right Away)

LA Wants You To Know: When The Big One Hits, 'We're Not Coming' To Save You (At Least Not Right Away)

The city government is pushing people to host preparedness workshops in their homes to help communities realize they'll need to pull together when disaster strikes.

So You Want To Bike In LA. Here's How To Get Started

So You Want To Bike In LA. Here's How To Get Started

Cars may rule the roads here, but there are ways to make it work on two wheels.

Worse Than We Thought: 18 Camp Pendleton Marines And One Sailor Are In Custody For Alleged Drug Crimes And Human Smuggling

Worse Than We Thought: 18 Camp Pendleton Marines And One Sailor Are In Custody For Alleged Drug Crimes And Human Smuggling

NCIS arrested 19 Southern California-based members of the military on Thursday. Their names came up during an investigation into two Marine lance corporals pulled over by Border Patrol earlier this month.

How To Speak LA: Your Guide To The City's Most Debated And Mispronounced Words

How To Speak LA: Your Guide To The City's Most Debated And Mispronounced Words

How do you say "Los Feliz" or "Angeleno"? Let's take a tour through some of L.A.'s most confounding names.

Glendale Approved What May Be California's Last Natural Gas-Lit Power Plant

Glendale Approved What May Be California's Last Natural Gas-Lit Power Plant

The city council voted to "repower" its Grayson Power Plant, which is on its last legs, by installing new natural gas-fired combustion engines. Other cities and utilities have scrapped similar projects in favor of renewable energy.

LA Metro Has Updated Its Sepulveda Pass Rail Plan. Expect Some Sticker Shock

LA Metro Has Updated Its Sepulveda Pass Rail Plan. Expect Some Sticker Shock

Metro now estimates it could cost up to $13.8 billion to build the rail line -- and that doesn't include a planned segment to connect to LAX.

Where Is LA's Eastside? A Brief History Of Class, Gentrification And Maps

Where Is LA's Eastside? A Brief History Of Class, Gentrification And Maps

To understand the Eastside, you first have to understand the Eastside.

Dodger Stadium Is Getting A $100 Million Facelift (Just In Time To Host Its First All-Star Game In 40 Years)

Dodger Stadium Is Getting A $100 Million Facelift (Just In Time To Host Its First All-Star Game In 40 Years)

With the MLB All Star Game returning to Dodger Stadium for the first time since 1980 next summer, the Dodgers have unveiled a $100 million renovation plan for the ballpark along with a new logo for the game.

LA Sheriff's Oversight Panel Calls For Removal Of 'Culturally Insensitive' Fort Apache Logo

LA Sheriff's Oversight Panel Calls For Removal Of 'Culturally Insensitive' Fort Apache Logo

They said it "serves as a constant reminder of the real and perceived tension between the community and the East Los Angeles sheriff station."

How To Deal With Parking In LA Without Turning Into A Ball Of Rage

How To Deal With Parking In LA Without Turning Into A Ball Of Rage

Actually, the rage may come either way. But here are some tips on etiquette, anxiety mitigation and lesser-known laws.

LA Mayor Boots DWP Chief The Day After FBI Raids Connected To 2013 Overbilling Scandal

LA Mayor Boots DWP Chief The Day After FBI Raids Connected To 2013 Overbilling Scandal

The city attorney's office acknowledged that raids carried out Monday by the FBI were connected to the overcharging of thousands of ratepayers when a new billing system rolled out through late 2016.

Pull Over, Carmageddon. Sit Down, Coronageddon. It's Time For The '60 Swarm.'

Pull Over, Carmageddon. Sit Down, Coronageddon. It's Time For The '60 Swarm.'

The 60 Freeway will be experiencing closures from July 22 through NOVEMBER.

Is LA's Flag Good Or Garbage?

Is LA's Flag Good Or Garbage?

Did you even know L.A. had a city flag? Today is its 88th birthday.

LA's Opioid Problem Is Big, But Also Relatively Small. Follow The Map Of Pain Pills

LA's Opioid Problem Is Big, But Also Relatively Small. Follow The Map Of Pain Pills

A federal database released by the Washington Post shows the flood of opioid pain pills into rural, Northern California, where most overdose deaths have occurred. In contrast, Los Angeles patients have received relatively few pain pills and likewise suffered fewer opioid-related overdoses.

A Field Guide To SoCal's Iconic Wildlife (And Where To Find Them)

A Field Guide To SoCal's Iconic Wildlife (And Where To Find Them)

We can't think of many places you could see wild bears, parrots, mountain lions, whales and buffalo (yup!) all in the same day, but this is Southern California -- and you totally could.

How To LA: Your Handbook For Day-To-Day Living In Los Angeles

How To LA: Your Handbook For Day-To-Day Living In Los Angeles

Los Angeles is a dizzying place to wrap your head around, whether you're a lifelong Angeleno, a wide-eyed transplant, or you fall somewhere in between. "How to L.A." is our ongoing series of practical guides for day-to-day living in this city we call home.

Everyone In: Cracking the Homeless Crisis, One Story at a Time

Everyone In: Cracking the Homeless Crisis, One Story at a Time
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Formerly homeless tell their stories through a community organization called 'Stories From the Frontline', co-hosted by the United Way of Greater Los Angeles' campaign 'Everyone In'.

They're A Midwest Retro-Soul Band And Generations Of LA Latinos Are Here For It

They're A Midwest Retro-Soul Band And Generations Of LA Latinos Are Here For It

"I have two of my uncles, two of my aunts and my girlfriend here with me [at the show]," said one fan. "And my mom and my stepdad's inside."

The Curious History Of LA's Gas Station Topiary Art

The Curious History Of LA's Gas Station Topiary Art

It begins, as so much does, with a burst of inspiration in the 1990s.

A Top LA Sheriff's Department Official Quit Over The 'Unethical' Order To Rehire Fired Deputy Mandoyan

A Top LA Sheriff's Department Official Quit Over The 'Unethical' Order To Rehire Fired Deputy Mandoyan

We dive deep into the case of a deputy who was fired over allegations of domestic abuse, then rehired by Sheriff Alex Villanueva.

Legal Experts Call On Jackie Lacey To End Death Penalty Sentences In LA County

Legal Experts Call On Jackie Lacey To End Death Penalty Sentences In LA County

75 professors and scholars published an open letter on Wednesday.

Cal State Has A $1.5B Surplus, And Fullerton Wants Some Of It Back

Cal State Has A $1.5B Surplus, And Fullerton Wants Some Of It Back

The City of Fullerton says the recently revealed $1.5 billion in Cal State reserves should be used to pay back a 30-year-old loan.

LA's Sheriff Denies He Knew About 'Degrading' Strip Searches Of Women -- Back When He Was A Lieutenant

LA's Sheriff Denies He Knew About 'Degrading' Strip Searches Of Women -- Back When He Was A Lieutenant

The strip searches led L.A. County to agree to a massive $53 million settlement to end a class action lawsuit by 93,000 women.

LA Metro's Rapid Bus Plan Is Tearing Eagle Rock Apart

LA Metro's Rapid Bus Plan Is Tearing Eagle Rock Apart

Fault lines over SoCal's transit future were on full display at a heated public meeting over the weekend, which drew hundreds of residents and business owners.

22 San Fernando Valley MS-13 Members Charged With Murders, Drug Trafficking

22 San Fernando Valley MS-13 Members Charged With Murders, Drug Trafficking

The murders included the slaying of a rival gang member who allegedly was taken to the Angeles National Forest where six MS-13 members dismembered him with a machete, cut out his heart and threw his body parts into a canyon.

Pitch Your Podcast Idea To LAist Studios

Pitch Your Podcast Idea To LAist Studios

We want the best podcast ideas out there, and we have a feeling it might come from you.

Santa Anita Park Averages 50 Horse Deaths A Year. This Year Is Nothing New

Santa Anita Park Averages 50 Horse Deaths A Year. This Year Is Nothing New

The number of equine fatalities reported by the park have been relatively consistent for nearly 25 years.

What Do You Do When You're Awarded The Highest Honor In The Military? Go To Disneyland, Of Course

What Do You Do When You're Awarded The Highest Honor In The Military? Go To Disneyland, Of Course

"When I came to L.A... I thought I was going to have to fight off protesters and whatnot," said Army Staff Sgt. David Bellavia. "None of that's true. I'm just surrounded by kindness and love and people that are appreciative. And everyone is so respectful and so kind."

Lincoln Heights Churchgoers Say Threat Of ICE Raids Is Scaring People Away

Lincoln Heights Churchgoers Say Threat Of ICE Raids Is Scaring People Away

"A lot of us are missing today," said one parishioner at the Episcopal Church of the Epiphany in Lincoln Heights.

Body Camera Video Appears To Support Police In Shooting Death Of 17-Year-Old Hannah Williams

Body Camera Video Appears To Support Police In Shooting Death Of 17-Year-Old Hannah Williams

The video, released on YouTube, appears to show the young woman with her hands raised in front of her and pointing something at the officer.

This Morning's 4.9 Earthquake Near Ridgecrest May Have Jolted You, But It's Completely Normal

This Morning's 4.9 Earthquake Near Ridgecrest May Have Jolted You, But It's Completely Normal

This latest temblor is part of a normal pattern of activity following last week's major earthquakes, according to seismologists.

 LA Is Too Hot (Hot Damn), Make A Dragon Wanna Retire Man

LA Is Too Hot (Hot Damn), Make A Dragon Wanna Retire Man

There comes a time in every L.A. summer when the first hellish, burning inferno arrives and every second spent outside or without air conditioning means anguish upon our souls. That time is this weekend.

The Banditos And Other LA Sheriff's Deputy Groups Are Now Being Investigated By The FBI

The Banditos And Other LA Sheriff's Deputy Groups Are Now Being Investigated By The FBI

The FBI is asking about the Bandito hierarchy and recruitment practices, whether the clique encourages criminal conduct, and whether Banditos have planted drugs on suspects. They have also asked whether the sheriff himself is a member.

Hey ShakeAlertLA: Where's The Earthquake Alert App For The Rest Of SoCal?

Hey ShakeAlertLA: Where's The Earthquake Alert App For The Rest Of SoCal?

Los Angeles city invested millions to accelerate the app's development and plans to make it more widely available to other jurisdictions.

Last Week's Earthquakes May Have Exposed A New Fault Line

Last Week's Earthquakes May Have Exposed A New Fault Line

The 7.1-magnitude Ridgecrest quake is a good reminder that we've still got a lot to learn.

A Fullerton Police Officer Shot And Killed A 17-Year-Old Girl On The 91 Freeway

A Fullerton Police Officer Shot And Killed A 17-Year-Old Girl On The 91 Freeway

In the days following the shooting, few concrete details have emerged, but here's what we do know.

There Is Too Much Parking In LA. There Is Too Little Parking In LA. Discuss.

There Is Too Much Parking In LA. There Is Too Little Parking In LA. Discuss.

The total space dedicated to surface lot parking in L.A. County is greater than the size of four Manhattans.

LA Sheriff Villanueva Rehired A Deputy Who Is Now Being Called Unfit To Wear A Badge And Gun

LA Sheriff Villanueva Rehired A Deputy Who Is Now Being Called Unfit To Wear A Badge And Gun

We dive deep into the case of a deputy who was fired over allegations of domestic abuse, then rehired by Sheriff Alex Villanueva.

Photos: A Look Back At LA's Hollyhock House, Now A World-Class Architectural Landmark

Photos: A Look Back At LA's Hollyhock House, Now A World-Class Architectural Landmark

In total, eight works by Frank Lloyd Wright made the esteemed World Heritage List, the first in the U.S. recognized for architecture. 

I Tried To Save My Teacher's Job. I Learned About School Politics Instead

I Tried To Save My Teacher's Job. I Learned About School Politics Instead

I thought my chances going in were slim. I was right.

Should Non-Citizen Parents Be Allowed To Vote In LAUSD School Board Elections?

Should Non-Citizen Parents Be Allowed To Vote In LAUSD School Board Elections?

An L.A. school board member wants to explore the idea.

That Was Your Second Warning, Los Angeles. Get Some Extra Water. Now

That Was Your Second Warning, Los Angeles. Get Some Extra Water. Now

The Big One is coming, Southern California. Get Serious. Get Ready.

3,000+ Quakes, More Than $100M In Damage: The Aftermath Of 7.1 Magnitude Earthquake Continues

3,000+ Quakes, More Than $100M In Damage: The Aftermath Of 7.1 Magnitude Earthquake Continues

Hundreds of aftershocks, including some magnitude 5.0 or higher, have nerves on edge. Gov. Newsom says he spoke to President Trump about recovery efforts.

Here's What Back-To-Back 7.1 and 6.4 Magnitude Earthquakes Look Like: The Ridgecrest Quakes In Photos

Here's What Back-To-Back 7.1 and 6.4 Magnitude Earthquakes Look Like: The Ridgecrest Quakes In Photos

Residents of Ridgecrest are picking up the pieces the morning after a 7.1 magnitude earthquake struck the area.

That 6.4 Magnitude Quake On 4th Of July Was Just A Foreshock To Even Bigger Earthquake

That 6.4 Magnitude Quake On 4th Of July Was Just A Foreshock To Even Bigger Earthquake

At a preliminary magnitude of 7.1, this new strong quake is many times stronger than the 6.4 that struck on the 4th of July.

The Ridgecrest Earthquake Split Open The Desert And We Went To Look At The Crack

The Ridgecrest Earthquake Split Open The Desert And We Went To Look At The Crack

It's not a deep chasm, but it is a testament to the power of quakes -- and a reminder to get prepared.

What Would You Put In A Time Capsule To Capture What LA Was Like In 2019?

What Would You Put In A Time Capsule To Capture What LA Was Like In 2019?

The Department of Arts and Culture just sealed a time capsule in downtown L.A. The county has disclosed some, but not all, of its contents -- they still want future Angelenos to be surprised.

At Least Now When Your Power Goes Out LADWP Will Text You

At Least Now When Your Power Goes Out LADWP Will Text You

Or send an email, in your choice of English or Spanish, when there's an outage in your part of L.A. That's a change from the past, where you had to call LADWP or look up an outage map for info on power outages.

Are Pasadena Public Schools Really That Bad?

Are Pasadena Public Schools Really That Bad?

A bad reputation has plagued the district for decades. Turns out, it's not that simple.

One Way To Keep LA Seniors Safe From Abuse: An Active Social Life

One Way To Keep LA Seniors Safe From Abuse: An Active Social Life

"Cultivating social relationships is probably the most effective - and the most inexpensive, by the way - intervention."

LAUSD Board Picks A New President. Who Is Richard Vladovic?

LAUSD Board Picks A New President. Who Is Richard Vladovic?

Vladovic has been the board's swing vote on several key decisions in the last 18 months.

The Chinatown Salon Where LGBTQ Kids Can Let Their Hair Down

The Chinatown Salon Where LGBTQ Kids Can Let Their Hair Down

ProjectQ started in an Airstream trailer, but has grown into a storefront salon and community space for LGBTQ people.

Traffic Data Now Supports Our Suspicions. There Are Best And Worst Days To Drive On LA Freeways

Traffic Data Now Supports Our Suspicions. There Are Best And Worst Days To Drive On LA Freeways

Turns out a case of the Mondays isn't always a bad thing when it comes to your commute.

USC Has A New President. Here's What She Has To Deal With

USC Has A New President. Here's What She Has To Deal With

New USC President Carol Folt's first actions will be closely watched: Will she take time to get a lay of the land or make changes right away?

Climate Change Is Ruining Your Trips To The Mountains

Climate Change Is Ruining Your Trips To The Mountains

More dead trees in California means more wildfires, decreased air quality, more runoff, a loss of habitat for insects and animals and more CO2 in the atmosphere.

Metro's Plan For Bus-Only Lanes Is LA's Latest Existential Battleground

Metro's Plan For Bus-Only Lanes Is LA's Latest Existential Battleground

The projects will replace car lanes with dedicated bus lanes to clear the way for faster public transit. But does that mean more Angelenos will take the bus?

California Cops Are Withholding Public Records Despite New Law Saying They Can't

California Cops Are Withholding Public Records Despite New Law Saying They Can't

L.A. County Sheriff Alex Villanueva acknowledged earlier this year that public records requests were 'stacking up.'

LAPD Buys Germ-Killing Robot To Sweep Station On Skid Row

LAPD Buys Germ-Killing Robot To Sweep Station On Skid Row

The LAPD purchased the $110,000 robot to combat disease outbreaks at its Central Division on Skid Row.

In LA's Little Tokyo, Japanese Americans Protest 'Modern-Day Concentration Camps'

In LA's Little Tokyo, Japanese Americans Protest 'Modern-Day Concentration Camps'

A White House plan to detain migrant children at Ft. Sill in Oklahoma, where Japanese Americans were interned during WWII, has hit a nerve. Hundreds came out to protest in Little Tokyo.

Essay: LAX Security Wasn't Ready For My Transgender Body

Essay: LAX Security Wasn't Ready For My Transgender Body

Unfortunately, my willingness to openly discuss my genitals didn't assuage their suspicions.

Essay: Fear Of La Migra Has Always Been Around For LA's Latinos

Essay: Fear Of La Migra Has Always Been Around For LA's Latinos

I've been here my entire life. I was born in the heart of Hollywood. I have a good job and live in a safe place. Still, I will be very careful if someone knocks on my door.

Who's Visiting Immigrant Detainees At The Adelanto Detention Center?

Who's Visiting Immigrant Detainees At The Adelanto Detention Center?

Many detainees have no one here to turn to, so some are signing up for visits from volunteers -- just so they have someone to talk to.

 Surprise! (To, Probably, No One) Southern California Is America's Most 'Cost-Burdened' Housing Market

Surprise! (To, Probably, No One) Southern California Is America's Most 'Cost-Burdened' Housing Market

Here's a startling statistic: One in four households in LA and Orange Counties pay at least half of all their income on housing.

LA Sheriff Villanueva Toughens His Policy On Deputy Cliques. Will It Solve The Problem?

LA Sheriff Villanueva Toughens His Policy On Deputy Cliques. Will It Solve The Problem?

A new draft policy forbids membership in cliques that promote conduct that violates the rights of employees or the public. Meanwhile, an eighth sheriff's deputy accuses an East L.A. clique of harassment.

Citizenship Question Or No Citizenship Question, The 2020 Census Has Some Big Problems

Citizenship Question Or No Citizenship Question, The 2020 Census Has Some Big Problems

One big problem: getting people to actually fill it out.

5 SoCal Beaches Where You Might Get Hit With A Wave Of Poop Water

5 SoCal Beaches Where You Might Get Hit With A Wave Of Poop Water

Sometimes beach water is full of poop. Or, more specifically, fecal-related bacteria primarily found in the intestines of mammals.

A Bittersweet Goodbye For Long Beach Poly Music Teacher Who Transformed Students' Lives

A Bittersweet Goodbye For Long Beach Poly Music Teacher Who Transformed Students' Lives

'Dismal' was the first description Andy Osman heard about a music program that he went on to take to national acclaim. A cancer diagnosis has cut short his 36-year career.

New LA Mountain Lion Alert! Say Hi To P-75

New LA Mountain Lion Alert! Say Hi To P-75

The young female puma was spotted Monday morning up a tree in a Pacific Palisades mobile home park.

Culver City Votes To Seriously Explore Rent Freeze At Packed City Hall Meeting

Culver City Votes To Seriously Explore Rent Freeze At Packed City Hall Meeting

Big tech companies like Apple and Amazon are moving in. Residents say without better tenant protections, they'll be pushed out. Landlords say some tenants drive luxury cars and don't need extra help.

Californians, Who Do You Think We Are? Where We Come From And Where We're Going In 5 Charts

Californians, Who Do You Think We Are? Where We Come From And Where We're Going In 5 Charts

As the U.S. Supreme Court considers whether to uphold or reject a citizenship question proposed for the Census by the Trump administration, we take a closer look at the foreign-born population of California, which has been driving the state's growth for decades.

Why Californians With Severe Mental Illness Are Caught Cycling From Prison To The Streets

Why Californians With Severe Mental Illness Are Caught Cycling From Prison To The Streets

Our reporter spent ten months following the story of a young woman living with a severe mental illness.

Air Quality Regulators Don't Look Eager To Ban A Deadly Refinery Acid

Air Quality Regulators Don't Look Eager To Ban A Deadly Refinery Acid

Hydrofluoric acid can create a deadly ground-hugging cloud that could kill thousands in its path, which is why some refinery neighbors want it banned from use, but an AQMD board proposes better safety measures instead.

Photos: The Diversity Among Catholics In LA Was On Full Display This Weekend

Photos: The Diversity Among Catholics In LA Was On Full Display This Weekend

Across the L.A. Archdiocese, immigrant communities hold regular services in more than 40 languages. That diversity was on full display Saturday at the Archdiocese of LA's annual Celebration of Cultures Mass.

It Took Inheritance For My Family To 'Win' In LA's Housing Market

It Took Inheritance For My Family To 'Win' In LA's Housing Market

The reality is that unless you're lucky enough to already own property or be among L.A.'s highest earners, your dream of home ownership is probably out of reach.

This Graduation Poem About Being Young And Misunderstood in South LA Will Make You Feel Unstoppable

This Graduation Poem About Being Young And Misunderstood in South LA Will Make You Feel Unstoppable

We hope this poem can give hope to others. "My name is not black. My name is not gang. My name is not violence. My name is not struggle."

Ryan Twyman Was In A Moving Car When Deputies Killed Him. LA's Troubled History Of Police Shooting At Cars

Ryan Twyman Was In A Moving Car When Deputies Killed Him. LA's Troubled History Of Police Shooting At Cars

The L.A. County Sheriff's Department and LAPD learned over the years that shooting at moving cars is a bad idea and have nearly prohibited the practice.

Dear LAist: What's Going On With The Jordan Downs Redevelopment?

Dear LAist: What's Going On With The Jordan Downs Redevelopment?

A huge rebuild of the Watts housing community is leading residents to wonder what's next for them.

Director Of Popular Silver Lake Preschool Accused Of Misconduct With Kids

Director Of Popular Silver Lake Preschool Accused Of Misconduct With Kids

Parents are at odds over the accusations, which the school denies.

LA's Trash Trucks Could Start Making Regular Stops At Homeless Encampments

LA's Trash Trucks Could Start Making Regular Stops At Homeless Encampments

The same kind of regular trash service provided to homes would be extended to homeless sites, in an effort to improve the public health of the most crowded encampments.

Video Released By LA Sheriff Captures Deputies Firing More Than 30 Rounds In Fatal Shooting of Ryan Twyman

Video Released By LA Sheriff Captures Deputies Firing More Than 30 Rounds In Fatal Shooting of Ryan Twyman

The video shows Twyman started driving the car in reverse after one deputy opened the rear passenger door. After viewing the video Twyman's father said he was "of the clear ... opinion that my son was murdered."

What We Know, And Don't Know, About The Fatal Costco Shooting By An Off-Duty LAPD Cop

What We Know, And Don't Know, About The Fatal Costco Shooting By An Off-Duty LAPD Cop

Off-duty LAPD Officer Salvador Sanchez shot and killed a man and wounded the man's parents after an altercation at a Costco in Corona.

Native Americans Are Almost Invisible On College Campuses, And It's Hurting Their Chances For Success

Native Americans Are Almost Invisible On College Campuses, And It's Hurting Their Chances For Success

Native Americans face invisibility and lack of support on their way to college degrees

These Already Threatened Frogs Were Nearly 'Annihilated' By Last Year's Fire And Rain

These Already Threatened Frogs Were Nearly 'Annihilated' By Last Year's Fire And Rain

It's not easy being green (and red-legged) in the Santa Monica Mountains.

People Are Ripping Off LA Seniors At Alarming Rates -- And It's Making Them Sick

People Are Ripping Off LA Seniors At Alarming Rates -- And It's Making Them Sick

Scams are on the rise, and they can increase the risk of hospitalization or even death.

LA Supes Approve Huge $7M Payout To Settle Suit Over Fatal Shooting By Deputies

LA Supes Approve Huge $7M Payout To Settle Suit Over Fatal Shooting By Deputies

The two deputies who shot and killed Donta Taylor in Compton said he had a gun, but no weapon was ever found.

Metro Is Digging The Purple Line Under Beverly Hills. That's A Job For Harriet and Ruth

Metro Is Digging The Purple Line Under Beverly Hills. That's A Job For Harriet and Ruth

L.A. Metro announced the names for the two Tunnel Boring Machines the agency will use to drill the second section of the $9.8-billion, nine-mile Purple Line rail extension project.

'The Herpes Of Urban Transit' And Other Scooter Feelings You Shared With Us

'The Herpes Of Urban Transit' And Other Scooter Feelings You Shared With Us

Some of you genuinely love the dockless electric vehicles strewn about Los Angeles sidewalks. Some of you really do not.

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