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The Latest: Deputies: Los Angles carjacker shoots, kills 1

The Latest on a Los Angeles carjacking and shootings (all times local): 7:15 p.m. Authorities say a man shot by a carjacker who went on a shooting rampage through several … Click to Continue »

Justin Theroux, Regina King and more discuss possible writers' strike

Actors Laura Dern from "Big Little Lies," Justin Theroux from "The Leftovers," Regina King from "American Crime" and Milo Ventimiglia from "This Is Us" discuss the possible upcoming writers' strike during a Los Angeles Times Emmy Roundtable on April 28, 2017.

Jazz vs. Clippers 2017 live stream: Start time, TV schedule, and how to watch Game 7 online

The Clippers and Jazz play host to the post-season’s first Game 7. Everything is on the line. The Los Angeles Clippers, in incredibly Clippers fashion, forced a Game 7 with a 98-93 Game 6 win over the Jazz in Utah. They will host the series’ deciding game on Sunday at 3:30 p.m. Show More Summary

When a board won't fix a code violation, filing a city complaint is an option

Question: I live in a mixed-use condominium complex in Los Angeles. There is only one subterranean parking garage for the entire building, and over time, serious problems have developed with exhaust fumes. There does not seem to be adequate air flow or proper ventilation in the garage. My concern...

When a board won't fix a code violation, filing a city complaint is an option

Question: I live in a mixed-use condominium complex in Los Angeles. There is only one subterranean parking garage for the entire building, and over time, serious problems have developed with exhaust fumes. There does not seem to be adequate air flow or proper ventilation in the garage. My concern...

Essential Arts & Culture: L.A. culture after the riots, a stirring Beethoven concert, controversial Carl Andre

Culture and the Los Angeles riots. Carl Andre’s controversial show at MOCA. And Jeffrey Kahane’s galvanizing rendition of Beethoven. I’m Carolina A. Miranda, staff writer for the Los Angeles Times, with your weekly infusion of everything culture: Remembering the '92 riots Saturday marks the 25th...

Kleinbard:Trump's Candy Land School Of Tax Reform

Los Angeles Times op-ed: Trump's Candy Land School of Tax Reform, by Edward D. Kleinbard (USC): The Republican Party is devoted to tax reform, by which it really means tax cuts, but underneath this apparent laser-like focus lie conflicting schools of thought. The one embraced by President Trump is the...

Clippers, Jazz could be laying foundation for long-term rivalry

LOS ANGELES – The Clippers and Jazz throughout their histories, which began humbly in other cities, have only met three times in the postseason. When one of them was good, the other usually wasn’t. For the most part, they moved about the Western Conference without bumping into one another. That has changed with a slug-it-out […]

Clippers vs. Jazz 2017 live stream: Start time, TV schedule, and how to watch Game 6 online

The Clippers are in a must-win scenario after falling to 3-2 at home on Wednesday. The Utah Jazz have taken a commanding 3-2 series lead over the Los Angeles Clippers with a decisive Game 6 at home. The Clippers will try to keep their playoff hopes alive on Friday in a game airing on ESPN at 10:30 p.m. Show More Summary

Downtown’s historic Fine Arts Building sells for $43M

Built for artists, the building now houses coworking space and offices The elaborately decorated Fine Arts Building in Downtown’s Financial District has sold for the “premium price” of $43 million, the Los Angeles Times reports. TheShow More Summary

John Ridley's New Film Revisits The LA Riots At An 'Exceptionally Important' Time

“The Rodney King Riots” didn’t start with Rodney King, at least according to John Ridley’s new film “Let It Fall: Los Angeles 1982-1992.” Written and directed by Ridley, the ABC News docu-flick includes both archival footage and original interviews with local LA residents and officials chronicling their experiences in what became an uprising in L.A. Show More Summary

John Ridley's New Film Revisits The LA Riots At An 'Exceptionally Important' Time

“The Rodney King Riots” didn’t start with Rodney King, at least according to John Ridley’s new film “Let It Fall: Los Angeles 1982-1992.” Written and directed by Ridley, the ABC News docu-flick includes both archival footage and original interviews with local LA residents and officials chronicling their experiences in what became an uprising in L.A. Show More Summary

A teenager surprises his 5-year-old sister with Disney-themed photoshoot

  Bonds between siblings can be really special. Brothers and sisters can fight over silly things, but at the same time, they’ll do anything for each other. A teenager named Anthony Angel wanted to do something wonderful for his little sister Anabel’s birthday. Show More Summary

Today: He Called for Calm Before L.A. Burned

What’s the legacy of the unrest that shook L.A. 25 years ago? I'm Davan Maharaj, editor-in-chief of the Los Angeles Times. Here are some story lines I don't want you to miss today. TOP STORIES Video: He Called for Calm Before L.A. Burned The Rev. Cecil L. Murray of the First African Methodist Episcopal...

Restaurant of the Year: Locol

There are many factors to consider in choosing a Los Angeles Times Restaurant of the Year. An ideal candidate has delicious food – that’s a given – but also a sense of purpose, a place within its community, and the ability to drive the conversation forward, not just in Los Angeles but around the...

Garcetti budget would reduce police patrols in neighborhoods and increase response times, LAPD union warns

The union that represents Los Angeles police officers launched a broadside against Mayor Eric Garcetti’s budget on Thursday, warning that the spending plan will divert funds away from neighborhood patrols and to the policing of Metro buses and trains. Garcetti’s budget proposal for 2017-18 calls...

The Times rescinds its endorsement of Joe Bray-Ali for City Council

The Los Angeles Times endorsed community activist Joe Bray-Ali for City Council over incumbent Gil Cedillo because he seemed refreshingly energetic, well-prepared on the issues, knowledgeable about land-use policy — and likely to shake up what had become an entrenched political system. But this...

Culver City Police Department removes guidelines for immigration enforcement from its manual

The Culver City Police Department has removed a section from its manual that gave officers guidelines on how to enforce immigration law, a move that follows a Los Angeles Times report on how several police departments in California retain written policies that are inconsistent with their public...

Everything L.A. Actors Need to Do This Week, 4/27–5/4

Whether you’re sharpening your skills or taking time to relax with a good flick, check out what’s going on around Los Angeles this week. Every event on this list is sure to keep you entertained, educated, and always thinking about your...Show More Summary

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