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If you haven't seen any fall colors in California this season, there's still hope -- but just a little. In Southern California, colors are showy in the tiny community of Valyermo in north L.A. County and along waterways at Mt. Palomar State Park in north San Diego County.
Winning a game in the NBA is hard.
The number of polar bears in eastern Alaska and western Canada has declined by 40%, according to a scientific study that raises more questions about the impact of global warming on the creature that has become the symbol of some of its worst effects.
CBS Corp. and Dish Network have agreed to a deadline extension for a new contract, temporarily averting a blackout of CBS-owned television stations serving millions of satellite TV subscribers around the country.
My dog and I were crestfallen. In the early-morning chill, the fox lay lifeless on the sidewalk in front of us, her thick, honey-colored fur damp with rain, her golden-brown eyes staring blankly at the road, where she'd presumably been hit by a vehicle.
Chinese courts on Friday took up two cases followed closely by international human rights watchdogs, with judges upholding a life sentence for an outspoken scholar convicted of separatism and a trial beginning for a veteran journalist charged with leaking state secrets.
Doc Rivers enlisted the help of Clippers broadcaster and former NBA power forward Michael Smith when a reporter inquired about J.J. Redick's shooting struggles.
New research suggests that the massive and destructive inflammation that characterizes Ebola virus disease may be caused by the release of foreign proteins from infected cells.
The Angels acquired outfielder Daniel Robertson from the Texas Rangers on Thursday night for a player to be named or cash. To make room on the 40-man roster for Robertson, who is expected to compete for a reserve outfield spot, the Angels designated outfielder Alfredo Marte for assignment.
Metrolink's chief auditor, who was probing financial and management irregularities at the six-county commuter railroad, has been placed on leave by the board of directors, an action that could prompt her resignation.
Gloria Tovar was waiting to pick up a friend for church when the shotgun blast rang out.
Willy Burgdorfer, a Swiss-born researcher who gained international recognition for discovering the bacteria that causes Lyme disease, died Monday of complications of Parkinson's disease in western Montana. He was 89.
When UCLA plays USC Saturday, the Bruins will certainly be aware of receiver Nelson Agholor.
When Taylor Swift pulled her music from Spotify earlier this month, she brought the high-watt media glare onto a question that's dividing the industry: do on-demand services shrink the pie by turning music buyers into streamers, or do they grow it by extracting revenue from those who were...
A 1932 flower painting by Georgia O'Keeffe brought in $44.4 million on Thursday at an auction of American art at Sotheby's in New York. The painting was one of a few works sold by the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe to benefit its acquisitions fund, according to Sotheby's.
Fewer customers plan to trek out to browse the sales on Thanksgiving this year, although millions of Americans will still shop over the Black Friday weekend, a study says.
Kings defenseman Slava Voynov will face a felony charge in connection with an incident last month at his Redondo Beach home, the Los Angeles County district attorney’s office announced today.
The Barden Bellas are back to take on the world in the first trailer for "Pitch Perfect 2," the tuneful follow-up to 2012's sleeper hit starring Anna Kendrick as a college student who reluctantly shakes up an old-fashioned female singing group.
Spain's richest and most-titled aristocrat, the flamboyant Duchess of Alba, who was once a childhood playmate of Britain's queen and went on to become one of Europe's most eccentric fashionistas, died Thursday at her home in Seville. She was 88.
The South and West halls of the Los Angeles Convention Center are chockablock with glitzy booths promoting the latest in automotive technology. It's all very serious business.