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Renowned LA theater artist Lynn Manning dies at 6008/05/15
The poet, actor and playwright had quietly been battling liver cancer. Blinded at the age of 23, his work explored disability and race.
Experts say coordination key to stopping spread of...
Patients spread antibiotic-resistant infections from one facility to the next, and several studies conclude that better coordination is key to fighting this phenomenon.
More than 100 SoCal hospitals hit with readmission...
But the penalties are slightly lower than last year's, and about half of the national average. The fines are part of Obamacare's effort to improve patient care.
SoCal Edison says most underground electrical vaults need...
After underground vaults exploded last week, Edison has inspected 300 vaults in Long Beach. It's part of a vast inspection program.
Another week, another minimum wage study. Is it necessary?
Leaders in Long Beach say they will move forward with plans to raise the city's minimum wage. But first, a team of economists will study the potential impacts.
'Diary of a Teenage Girl' challenges 'virginal princess'...
Actress Bel Powley discuss her role in the new movie, in which she plays a teenage girl who has an affair with her mom's boyfriend.
The Eagle Rock Gospel Singers mix sounds and traditions
The group's debut album, "Heavenly Fire," combines gospel with folk, country, R&B and blues.
What one reporter learned after a Donald Trump book binge
Nobody talks Trump like Trump.
Yes, your office is freezing. Thermostats built for men...
The metabolic rate of men runs higher, and therefore they feel warmer. The AC, then, may be blasting to keep them cool. However, that leaves the women in the office shivering.
Roger Corman tells us about his original 1994 'Fantastic...
How indie film legend Roger Corman, the Galactus from Detroit, exploded the Marvel universe without even trying. Watch the original "Fantastic Four" here.
How the drought is changing not only what we see, but what...
Rising temperatures and the fourth year of the worst drought in recorded history have meant that spring and summer have been coming earlier than usual to California.
The political fight over Planned Parenthood
A vote bySenate Republicans failed late Mondayon a measure to cut off federal funding for Planned Parenthood.
The Brood: Letting kids fail to set them up for future...
Parenting expert Amy McCready says resisting the urge to swoop in and rescue kids can help them better handle failures and setbacks later in life.
Obama's climate plan likely to face legal challenge in...
President Obama's plan to cut carbon emissions from the nation's power plants has been hailed as a step forward by many, but it also came in for swift criticism.
New music from Mac DeMarco and LA band HEALTH
Every week on Tuesday Reviewsday our critics join our hosts in the studio to talk about what you should be listening to in one short segment.
The US declared war on veteran homelessness — and it...
In 2009, Veterans Affairs declared that all homeless veterans would have housing by 2015. New Orleans has made big strides, but the problem persists in L.A.
Teachers object to LAUSD expanded plan cutting arts...
To spread its resources, Los Angeles Unified plans to limit arts instruction in some schools to nine weeks each for subjects like music.
Council panel says LA needs a sweeping plan to regulate...
Mayor Garcetti wants LA to collect lodging tax on Airbnb bookings, and use the money to build housing. A group of council members pressed pause on that idea Monday.
Northern wildfires not an indication of local fire risk
Recent rains in Southern California have dampened the likelihood that a wildfire similar to the Rocky Fire will develop here.
The Iraqi 'Daily Show'? Satirist draws inspiration from...
"The Daily Show" has been a phenomenon on U.S. television. But it’s also spawned spin-offs and copy-cats around the world — sometimes in places you’d hardly expect.
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