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LA panel debates future of digital billboards06/30/15
A city committee is considering regulations on new outdoor signs and granting amnesty to billboards standing without the proper permits.
New paid sick leave law creates challenges for restaurants
Advocates of the new law estimate 6.5 million workers will get paid sick leave for the first time. Many are in the restaurant industry.
NBC cuts Donald Trump ties over comments on immigrants
NBC Universal is terminating business ties with Donald Trump over derogatory comments made during his presidential bid announcement.
'Back To The Future' gets new music in a live Hollywood...
Composer Alan Silvestri, who originally scored "Back to the Future," adds new score for the 30th anniversary screening at the Hollywood Bowl.
Supreme Court says EPA's power plant regulations go too far
In a new ruling, the Supreme Court sided with major power companies and 20 states blocking tough EPA rules on power plant emissions.
Rocket failure proves 'Space is hard,' delivers setback to...
As the third mission to the space station to be lost in recent months, the failure raises questions about the future of commercial spaceflight.
The Grateful Dead wrap up their first weekend of reunion...
This weekend, the Grateful Dead played their first performance together in 20 years and Take Two contributor Shirley Halperin joins us to talk about what it was like.
Iran nuclear deal deadline extended...again. What comes...
United States, Britain, France, Germany, Russia, China and Iran have entered their final phase of negotiations in Vienna as the clock ticks down the deadline for a nuclear deal on Tuesday.
Actor Bryce Ryness takes on the role of the terrifying...
The role of Miss Trunchbull on stage is often played by a man, as it is in its current iteration at the Ahmanson Theater, by actor Bryce Ryness.
The role of children in the conversation about marriage...
What role did children play in the arguments for and against legalizing same-sex marriage?
On the Lot: Moviegoers may have soured on raunchy summer...
Ted 2, Spy, Entourage. All R-rated comedies that failed to meet expectations at the box office this summer. Is it too early to write an obit for raunch?
Deeper into the photographs in Season 2 of 'True Detective'
In its second season, True Detective's opening title sequence illuminated a Los Angeles you not frequently seen on movies in TV.
Cruz: Opposition to same-sex marriage will be 'front and...
As a result of the Supreme Court's two landmark decisions last week, Cruz is calling for justices to be subject to elections and lose their lifetime appointments.
LA health workers fight lead poisoning in 'Promise Zone'
Public health workers are focusing efforts on parts of Hollywood, East Hollywood, Koreatown, Pico Union and Westlake.
SoCal schools may see more interns, substitutes in...
Several factors are creating a “perfect storm” that's accelerating California's teacher shortage and resulting in fewer credentialed teachers in some schools.
Marvel's half-black, half-Latino Spider-Man is going...
"It won't be [that] Miles is Spider-Man with an asterisk or some kind of adjective or adverb attached to it," says writer Brian Michael Bendis. "He is going to be Spider-Man — just Spider-Man."
For same-sex marriage opponents, the fight is far from over
Some opponents of same-sex marriage are vowing to fight on after Friday's Supreme Court ruling. The battles will likely take place in the lower courts and will involve religious liberty cases.
SB 27: In bid for stricter vaccine rules, officials...
California lawmakers have decided to tighten the criteria for parents to opt out of vaccinating their children. But some parents resent officials telling them how to care for their children.
Phoenix students restore school to reclaim Native American...
A century-long government assimilation program boarded children from their tribes. Now some former students are turning their old school into a Native American cultural center to play their own music.
Team USA's success at the Women's World Cup inspires girls...
Team USA’s run in the World Cup is being followed very closely by girls in local summer soccer camps.
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