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A correctional guard at North Kern State Prison was struck once by gunfire Monday night while working outside in a yard, authorities said.
Midway through “The Voice” Top 10 performance show on Monday night, Carson Daly said what we’d all been thinking.
Actor Jim Belushi has listed a house in Brentwood for long-term lease at $16,000 a month.
Gardena Serra, expected to have one of the top football teams in the Southland this fall, will be holding a weekly seven on seven passing competition every Wednesday in May. That's the month college coaches can come out and watch, so get ready for the sidelines to be crowded.
Scott Brooks' tenure as Oklahoma City Thunder coach could be on shaky ground, and it appears there's a possible successor waiting in the wings.
For years, many neighborhoods south of the 10 Freeway have been lumped together in one ubiquitous title that became synonymous with crime, poverty and blight.
LAS VEGAS-Thousands of theater owners and studio executives are gathering this week amid rising expectations that the motion picture industry is poised to hit the jackpot.
It’s not every day that a newly named saint needs a campaign to spruce up his image.
When Eileen Fisher started her clothing company from a Tribeca loft 30 years ago, she was likely more eco-conscious than most, using organic cottons and lasting fabrics in her timeless designs.
Over the last few years, many large employers of part-time workers — such as retailers and restaurant chains — have adopted what's known as "just in time" scheduling, which gives workers little or no notice of what days they'll be working. In some cases, workers show up as scheduled, only to be...
Frustrated by the appallingly low turnout in local elections, the nonprofit Southwest Voter Registration Education Project is planning a cash lottery — or voteria — to get voters to the polls for the Los Angeles Board of Education District 5 race. Anyone who legitimately casts a ballot in the May...
As U.S. negotiators try to wrap up a major trade deal with 11 other countries bordering the Pacific Ocean, they find themselves in a Catch-22: Their trading partners say they won't conclude a deal unless Congress agrees to approve or reject it promptly without amendments, but many lawmakers want...
It's called the Data Security and Breach Notification Act of 2015, and, if passed into law, it would be the first federal rule requiring businesses to let consumers know that their personal information may be in the hands of hackers...
Mangal Singh Kamble, 31, was married in June but lost his bride the same day, after their union was rejected by an informal and powerful village court.
With leaders of the national stage actors' union poised to deliberate Tuesday on a new $9 hourly minimum wage in small Los Angeles theaters, the rank and file in L.A. has voted overwhelmingly against the pay hike.
Under increasing pressure to slash water use during California's ongoing drought, Beverly Hills is preparing to toughen watering rules and could decide to ban the refilling of pools and set fines as high as $1,000 for water wasters.
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Wan-koo submitted his resignation Tuesday amid a growing corruption scandal.
Johanna Maska, who served in various high-level roles at the White House under President Obama, is joining the Los Angeles Times as vice president of marketing and communications.
The woman won't look away from the dark huddle of uniforms standing behind a yellow police tape barrier that flaps back and forth in an occasional breeze. There, on the other side of this South Los Angeles parking lot, her brother is lying, still.
Opening statements will began Tuesday in the final penalty phase of the Boston Marathon bombing trial, as prosecutors ask a federal court jury to sentence Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to death.