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Knife-wielding man walking on Interstate 10 in LA 'not a prank ...
Knife-wielding man walking on Interstate 10 in LA 'not a prank ...

A San Andreas fault mystery: The 'slow-moving disaster' in an area where the Big One is feared
The San Andreas fault begins its dangerous dance through California at the Salton Sea, at a spot that seismologists long have feared could be the epicenter of a massive earthquake. But in recent months, this desolate location where the North American ...

In Los Angeles (And The US) More And More Babies Are Born Too Early
In Los Angeles, in California, and across the country the percentage of premature birth has ticked up for the third year in a row. Bad news on this subject isn't new. The U.S. consistently lags on three of the major indicators of maternal and child ...

Critic's Picks: A November To-Do List for Film Buffs in LA
SoCal cinephiles this month can choose among restored classics at AFI Fest, movies from contemporary Chinese master Jia Zhangke, iconic Jean Harlow films and more. RESTORED CLASSICS BY FEMALE FILMMAKERS AT AFI FEST | 6925 Hollywood ...

Manny Machado's message to Dodgers fans makes it sound like he's leaving Los Angeles
Manny Machado may plan to play for the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2019, but his Instagram post this week suggests otherwise. Days after his season ended with the Boston Red Sox celebrating a World Series win over his Dodgers, the coveted free agent ...

Jordan Brand jumps into the downtown LA creative scene; Volcom opens at Westfield Century City
Jumpman LA, a behemoth of a store that opened late last month in downtown Los Angeles, is for those who take their athletic gear as seriously as their sports skills. Advertisement. The nearly 25,000-square-foot space was opened by Nike's Jordan Brand, ...

Renderings: Jenga-like skyscraper with cantilevered pools in DTLA ...
Renderings: Jenga-like skyscraper with cantilevered pools in DTLA ...

LA releases security costs for Mayor Garcetti's out-of-town travel
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti's security detail has racked up nearly $450,000 in travel costs since 2015 as Garcetti visited other parts of the U.S. and foreign countries, according to figures released by the city on Thursday. The year-by-year totals ...

For the Record
Strasbourg: In the Oct. 28 Travel section, a Tours & Cruises item about a Rhine River cruise said Strasbourg is in Germany. It is in France. A promotional image. Essential California Newsletter. Monday - Saturday. A roundup of the stories shaping ...

Essential California: In this House district, Asian Americans hold the key to victory
Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It's Friday, Nov. 2, and here's what's happening across California: TOP STORIES. Advertisement. For decades, Asian Americans in the 39th Congressional District, a tri-county slice of ...

4 people killed in fiery crash between SUV, big rig on LA freeway
LOS ANGELES -- Four people died in a fiery crash between an SUV and a big rig on Interstate 5 in Santa Clarita on Thursday evening, authorities said. The crash took place just before 7:30 p.m. on the northbound I-5 at Calgrove Boulevard, just north of ...

LA's Little India Runs 3 Miles Along Venice Boulevard and Has a Southern Influence
Artesia isn't the only city that can boast a Little India. West L.A. has one, too, although most have no idea it exists. In Artesia, Pioneer Boulevard is the place to go for weekend biryani, sweets and snacks, the latest styles from India, expensive ...

The 2008 economic crash hit LA's cultural institutions hard. 10 years later, many are bouncing back — and thriving
When artist Carmen Argote graduated from UCLA in 2007, she was only beginning to get her footing as other MFA grads were breaking big on the art market. “The scene in Culver City was really heating up,” she says of the area's burgeoning galleries at ...

The LA Film Festival is done, for now, but its mission to fresh talent lives on
It was a mixture of surprise, sadness and something like relief that rippled through the L.A. film community this week with Wednesday's announcement that the L.A. Film Festival would be shutting down. Surprise that the plug was being pulled barely a ...

Datebook: LA rendered in surreal ways, a multimedia duo's new video and maps inspired by a colonial codex
John Valadez, “No One More Magical,” at Castelli Art Space. Valadez is a painter whose works have mined the iconography of Southern California and the Chicano experience in humorous, unsettling and surreal ways. On display will be a series of new and ...

Who's moving out—and into—Los Angeles?
Los Angeles's prohibitively high housing costs are forcing many residents to flee the city for more affordable urban areas, according to a new report from BuildZoom and the Terner Center for Housing Innovation at UC Berkeley. Numerous studies have ...

Clayton Kershaw Will Stay in LA, Agreeing to Three-Year Deal With Dodgers
One of the Dodgers' biggest offseason questions was answered Friday when pitcher Clayton Kershaw signed a new deal, choosing not to opt out of his contract and remain in the city where his big league career began 11 seasons ago. The team and ...

Passengers say bus driver tried to kidnap them, but police say he just got lost
Passengers bound for the Queen Mary in Long Beach who were taken on a wild ride to Carson on Thursday night said they thought the driver was trying to kidnap them, but police said Friday the man had just gotten lost. Instead of transporting patrons to ...

2 Men Caught on Video Burglarizing from Vehicle in Downtown LA as Pedestrians Watched
The Los Angeles Police Department is searching for two men who burglarized a vehicle in downtown while pedestrians watched during broad daylight. The incident happened around 10:30 a.m. Oct. 17 near the 300 block of East Third Street, the police ...

How virtual art appearing along the LA River tackles gentrification, immigration and environmental issues
Recently, a gleaming white monorail car blazed over the Los Angeles River at the Spring Street bridge. Materializing via augmented and virtual reality technology, the artwork is invisible to the naked eye — accessible only on the artist-made app 4th ...

A note to readers about our endorsements in Los Angeles Times en Español
In any election, the only endorsement that counts is your vote. But newspaper endorsements, such as the ones made recently by the Los Angeles Times for the Nov. 6 election, are an important part of the decision-making for many voters. Last week, The ...

Marking a shift, the race for Los Angeles County sheriff may be up for grabs
On Tuesday, voters will decide who should take over one of the most powerful law enforcement jobs in the nation, in a contest that few may even realize appears on the crowded Los Angeles County ballot. The race for sheriff could be historic. It pits ...

I completely wrecked our wedding proposal. And it was perfect.
We got engaged on Christmas, because apparently we are pretty basic. I didn't know we were basic until the next day on Facebook when it seemed like all of our other friends also got engaged on Christmas. Like, close friends. Like, we really should have ...

Books: Trekking to the desert with Jonathan Lethem, Antarctica and more
Welcome! I'm L.A. Times books editor Carolyn Kellogg with this week's newsletter. THE BIG STORY. Advertisement. Many still think of Jonathan Lethem as a New York writer (for the Brooklyn-set bestsellers “Motherless Brooklyn” and “The Fortress of ...

Ramona Ripston, former executive director of ACLU of Southern ...
Ramona Ripston, former executive director of ACLU of Southern ...

James Scores 28 Points, Lakers Defeat Blazers 114-110
PORTLAND (AP) — LeBron James had 28 points and seven assists and the Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Portland Trail Blazers 114-110 Saturday night. Rajon Rondo gave the Lakers a huge lift off the bench, finishing with 17 points and 10 assists in 25 ...

In the Deep South, residents of an upscale suburb fight to secede from their neighbors
When Vikki Consiglio exits her subdivision next to the Eagle's Landing Country Club, leaving behind a neighborhood of neatly manicured lawns, circular driveways and golf fairways, she cannot help feeling a wave of disappointment. “I see the Waffle ...

He planned LA's development. Now he builds it.
Con Howe, 68, is a managing director of real estate company Cityview, which develops apartments and mixed-use projects in high-growth markets such as Los Angeles, San Francisco and Denver. Advertisement. Howe, who spent 13 years as planning ...

Eighty years before Pittsburgh, Kristallnacht emboldened Nazis in Los Angeles
Eighty years ago this week, Nazi leaders unleashed an unprecedented wave of violence against Jews in Germany, Austria and the Sudetenland. The pogrom of Nov. 9 and 10, 1938, came to be known as Kristallnacht, or night of broken glass. Ostensibly in ...

Ending DROP is a no-brainer to everyone except our union-backed City Council members
To the editor: Thanks to the Los Angeles Times for its continued coverage of the great scam known as the Deferred Retirement Option Plan, which pays veteran L.A. police officers and firefighters both their pension and their salary over the final five ...


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