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Kelly's Hollywood: A dream come true for a woman...07/31/15
The Special Olympics continues in Los Angeles for a few more days, but the games is about more than sports. It's also a platform to highlight the lives and work of people with intellectual disabilities.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Craig Robinson and Christian Slater...
This weekend Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Craig Robinson and Christian Slater will all take the stage to perform in the Eric Idle musical "Spamalot" at the Hollywood Bowl.
Planner for the '84 LA Olympics: Los Angeles would be a...
We talked with the design firm that prepped the 1984 games. It's co-CEO John Simones says LA could definitely create another hit if it was picked for 2024.
This Native American tribe saves water by cutting trees
North Fork Mono Indians are employing a unique tactic: they're saving water by cutting down trees. Tribal Chair Ron Goode explains that thinning forests means more water can flow to meadows
‘Berniemania’ could complicate the Clinton campaign
The Vermont senator’s grassroots campaign is sweeping up disillusioned Democrats.
A man who grew up on Bunker Hill says 'Get Angels Flight...
A man who rode the original Angels Flight thousands of times tells us about life on Bunker Hill before "urban renewal."
The Wheel Thing: Sturgis Motorcycle Rally may draw one...
The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally kicks off next week. An insider's view of what it likes hanging out with half a million bikers.
Pell grants for prisoners: An old argument revisited
The Obama administration is expected to announce a new program Friday that would once again allow some prisoners access to federal college funding.
Close listening: How sound reveals the invisible
The stethoscope seems so simple — a 19th century tool for listening more closely to the human heart or lungs. It also sparked a culture of listening that is transforming the way scientists learn.
Break in the case of flight MH370
Officials in Malaysia are saying that recent debris isvery likely to be part of flight MH370 that disappeared over the Indian Ocean in March of last year.
Cecil the lion and trophy hunting
Cecil the African lion continues to be the subject of much attention and outrage on social media.
'Happy Birthday' song lawsuit: Potentially game-changing...
On the night before a decision in the case was supposed to come down, lawyers for the plaintiffs discovered evidence that could change the tides.
At one juvenile hall, too few staff has a big impact
A juvenile hall in San Leandro, Calif., is a so-called model facility, but it faces major challenges. A staffing shortage means, says a supervisor, "kids don't always get the services they should."
As Medicare turns 50, the Lee family recalls its key role
Drs. Philip and Peter Lee pushed hard for Medicare. Philip helped implement it as an assistant secretary of health. Peter's son, Peter Lee Jr., is the head of Covered California.
SoCal cities debate the pros and cons of police oversight...
From Anaheim to Los Angeles County, elected officials are weighing which models would best help law enforcement improve its performance and avoid excessive use of force.
California's drought spurs unexpected effect: Eco-friendly...
In the state's agricultural Central Valley, planning is under way to transform peach and plum fields into Kings River Village, a solar-powered community that will send wastewater back into an aquifer.
What would a Los Angeles 2024 Olympics look like?
Fencing at the Nokia Theatre? Taekwondo at Walt Disney Concert Hall? These could be some of the venues for a 2024 Olympic Games in L.A.
Long Beach Airport noise violations fund library and local...
JetBlue has paid more than $4 million in noise violation fines since 2003. That money goes to the nonprofit Long Beach Public Library Foundation.
Drought: June report cards anticipated for urban water...
On Thursday, state water regulators will make public how much water city dwellers used in June. We offer 4 things to watch out for in their report.
Why Little Boots left a major label and started her own
The British electropop singer explains why the giant Atlantic Records wasn't a good fit and how that led to going her own way.
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