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Male mountain lion found in Verdugo Mountains05/29/15
Researchers think the 130-pound animal may have come from the nearby San Gabriel Mountains, home to a large population of mountain lions.
New commission to focus on California's early education...
Advocates are forming a commission to help improve California's early education system in the face of budget cuts to services.
Susanna Hoffs: Why The Bangles broke up and got back...
Susanna Hoffs talks about why The Bangles broke up and got back together, her favorite songs to perform, and how it was partying with The Go-Go's in Las Vegas.
The state of Silicon Beach and tech in Los Angeles (#AT30)
Silicon Valley is the nation’s undisputed tech innovation leader. And other cities from New York to Seattle are nipping at its heels.
Census: Federal welfare programs mostly used short term
New data from the U.S. Census Bureau show people who use public benefits often drop out after a couple of years, rather than lingering.
Will El Niño help or hurt California?
It's looking more and more like El Niño will visit us this year, but what does that mean for the drought? And what sort of impact will have on the rest of the world?
Meet Richard Turner: magician, expert card shark, and blind
Richard Turner is a world-renowned card shark who also happens to be completely blind. He performs all over the world, usually without audiences realizing he can’t see.
Behind-the-scenes at the Aquarium of the Pacific's new sea...
The Aquarium of the Pacific has a brand new exhibit on sea jellies, or jellyfish. We take a behind-the-scenes look at how they're cultured and grown.
'Satchmo at the Waldorf' lets audiences decide if Louis...
One-man show "Satchmo at the Waldorf" stars John Douglas Thomas as jazz great Louis Armstrong, reflecting on his career months before he died in 1971.
The Da Vinci building fire and investigating arson
Today officials made an arrest into the massive fire of the Da Vinci apartment complex that raged near downtown Los Angeles last year.
State of Affairs: CA voters pessimistic on the economy,...
On this week's State of Affairs, Californians remain pessimistic about the economy, an equal pay bill passes in the Senate, and the Assembly takes on frivolous ballot proposals.
Lab Notes: When bad science goes big
What happens when bad studies make their way through the peer reviewed process and become accepted as truth by the general public?
The technology of books has changed, but bookstores are...
The debate over whether digital books are better continues. But in the age of Amazon, the number of independent booksellers is up. The revival is fueled, at least in part, by digital natives.
To boost arts education, LAUSD seeks ties with...
Actress Alyson Reed will serve as the district's representative to build Los Angeles Unified's ties with film studios and others in the industry.
U2 kicks off LA shows trying to prove they're still...
The band performed the first of its five shows at the Forum in Inglewood on Tuesday night. The Frame gets the scoop from L.A. Times' Randall Roberts.
'Monster Maker' Rick Baker prepares to retire from film...
Rick Baker has been nominated for 12 Academy Awards and he's won seven. But despite considerable success, he is now retiring from show business.
New film 'Heaven Knows What' shows world of heroin addicts...
The new film 'Heaven Knows What' explores the world of young heroin addicts living on the streets of New York City.
Egg shortage caused by avian flu hits food industry
The avian flu epidemic sweeping through the country has devastated chicken farms, and has resulted in more than 30 million birds that have had to be destroyed.
FIFA officials arrested
This morning officials in Switzerland made multiple arrests of FIFA officials.
The Archivist Files: Why the woman who started LA's branch...
Mary Jones, city librarian from 1900 to 1905, was fired mysteriously, and a special commission of city council members held hearings to find out why. It was the talk of the city.
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