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The faculty of UCLA’s largest academic unit voted by a narrow margin to require future undergraduates to take a course on ethnic, cultural, religious or gender diversity. The move came after three previous efforts had failed.
A Mexican judge Friday ordered the immediate release of a Marine held behind bars since April 1 on weapons charges.
California Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris issued a consumer alert Friday warning Golden State residents about fake newspaper subscription mailings, a recent scam involving several newspapers, including the Los Angeles Times.
Law enforcement officers checked the homes of dozens of L.A. County sex offenders on Friday in a predawn Halloween compliance sweep that led to the arrest of several people, including one offender found living at a day-care center, authorities said.
Los Angeles firefighters rushed into a Boyle Heights neighborhood Friday afternoon to contain a tanker truck fire that was threatening nearby homes.
A juvenile hall guard in Bakersfield was in custody Friday on suspicion of sexually assaulting a juvenile detained at the facility, police officials announced.
The head of technology for the Los Angeles Unified School District has resigned, the latest fallout from two troubled technology efforts: the iPads-for-all project and a new student records system.
The California Department of Public Health cited a North Hollywood nursing home after investigators found that staff mistakes caused a resident to choke -- and eventually die -- after being given medication mixed into applesauce.
Authorities had to rescue a bear and her cub after they dug under a fence and got trapped inside a desert solar energy plant Thursday in Kramer Junction.
More than a year ago, council members Bernard C. Parks and Tom LaBonge called on Los Angeles officials to review and report on the city’s older concrete buildings, which are considered a major risk to life safety during a big earthquake. In January, the City Council instructed...
Is that a Kit Kat bar or a Kif Kat bar? A Milky Way or Munchy Way? Skippy peanut butter or Trippy peanut butter?
Within hours of Amanda Bynes being released from a psychiatric facility in Pasadena, the actress on Friday took to Twitter to rant about her parents and mental state and vowed legal action to regain control of her life.
A 31-year-old man pleaded not guilty Thursday to gunning down famed tattoo artist and body piercer Michael “Trigz” Pebley during a fight in North Hollywood earlier this month.
The family of a bus driver killed along with several high school students and their chaperones in a fiery collision with a FedEx truck earlier this year has filed a lawsuit against the transportation company.
An explosion in an apartment building in the Bay Area city of Walnut Creek on Friday morning injured at least two people and left a gaping hole in the complex, fire officials said.
Police have identified the missing mother of two toddlers found Thursday roaming a busy street in Long Beach.
The alleged serial graffiti artist rained graffiti for five years all over the Santa Clarita Valley. About 750 scrawls, authorities said.
The plane landed in Los Angeles, and Gary Chen decided not to make his connection to Taiwan.
A Pacific Northwest rainstorm should arrive in Southern California on Friday afternoon, disrupting Halloween plans and setting the stage for dangerously slick road conditions.
A county supervisor is proposing to take hiring authority away from the Los Angeles County Fire Department following a Times investigation that found a disproportionate number of firefighters have family ties within the department.