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'They're not gang members': Bikers protest mass...05/23/15
Bikers claim that many who were arrested in the Waco, Texas, brawl last week were simply in the wrong place at the wrong time. Police say otherwise.
Ethnic studies projected costs pegged at $73 million for...
LAUSD's school board approved an ethnic studies graduation requirement last year. The latest estimate for it is pegged at far more than first suggested.
Allenco another step closer to pumping oil again
The newly granted permit contains a completely rewritten set of operating conditions. It reflects changes made at the site and requirements to keep it odor free.
A look inside Echo Park's enigmatic Cactus Store
There’s a tiny storefront in Echo Park that glows red and orange at night. Inside, there are dozens and dozens of some of Los Angeles' strangest cactuses.
TIME writer Jack Dickey asks: What happened to vacation in...
Jack Dickey is a staff writer with TIME Magazine. In his cover article this week he tries to solve the mystery of who killed vacation.
'Tomorrowland' and 'Poltergeist': The movies NOT to watch...
It used to be that Hollywood believed summer started around Memorial Day. Now with blockbusters starting earlier, the holiday weekend isn't so special for movies this year.
Go Silent campaign reminds public of Memorial Day's meaning
Bill Rausch is the senior political director for the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, and he tells more about the Go Silent movement.
Searching for an MIA brother for 48 years
More than a thousand service members remain listed as Missing In Action from the Vietnam War. The brother of one of them still holds out hope.
Northern California school's dress code raises questions...
Foothill High School in Pleasanton, California, has rules about what students can wear. But one junior says the rules go too far and are improperly enforced.
Researchers examine impacts from Santa Barbara oil spill
As clean up continues from the Refugio Beach oil spill off the Santa Barbara Coast, a team of researchers has collected samples from the tainted waters.
Tomorrowland: The tomorrow Walt Disney envisioned, from...
Walt Disney's Tomorrowland was almost immediately outdated, but other Disney visions helped lead to real change, including his advocacy for man going to the Moon.
NSA surveillance authority set to expire if Congress can't...
Time is running out on the PATRIOT Act.
Flying through the sky with 'Sunshine Superman'
The term 'BASE jumping' was coined in 1981 by Carl Boenish, who is known as the father of the sport. His life is documented in 'Sunshine Superman.'
Minimum wage increase will lead to less child care,...
Helping poor families by raising the minimum wage may disqualify some from subsidized child care while child care providers say their businesses will be squeezed.
San Bernardino could be first city to privatize...
The city council met earlier this week to vote on a plan that would contract outside sources for its firefighting and emergency medical services, including a private company.
LA Salvadorans celebrate Archbishop Oscar Romero's step...
The late Archbishop Oscar Romero of El Salvador will be beatified by the Catholic Church on Saturday. Locals have planned festivities to mark the occasion.
Dead animals turning up after Santa Barbara oil spill
Biologists studying the disaster area believe the oil spill killed two pelicans, fish and a number of crustaceans. More animals are turning up covered in goo.
From 14 to 1: candidates in a crowded city election tried...
David Ryu won an unlikely victory in the CD4 LA City Council race, which started out with 14 candidates. How does one standout in such a crowded field?
Minimum wage hike could increase LA rents, economists say
Housing prices in L.A. are rising fast because the city isn’t building enough new units.
Legendary guitarist Angel Romero brings 'Concierto de...
Romero made his U.S. debut at age 16 with the "Concierto de Aranjuez" at the Hollywood Bowl with the L.A. Philharmonic. This series of performances marks his highly anticipated return.
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