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A second Northern California In-N-Out is forced to close for violating COVID-19 rules

An In-N-Out Burger in Pleasant Hill was ordered to close Tuesday by Contra Costa County public health officials after refusing to comply with rules requiring restaurants to check indoor dining patrons for proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test.

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  • October 26 @ 10:52 pm

Sheriff Villanueva must testify to his ‘first-hand’ knowledge of Kobe Bryant crash photo-sharing

A federal judge ordered L.A. County Sheriff Alex Villanueva to testify in a lawsuit brought by Vanessa Bryant alleging deputies shared photos of the crash scene where her husband, daughter and seven others died.

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  • October 26 @ 9:17 pm

Compton pastor would be first to forgive his killer, family says

The 67-year-old was shot in the chest outside the church where he had just led a Bible study on Sunday. He was holding a cane, a Bible and his car keys when he was found lying in the street.

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  • October 26 @ 8:51 pm

New Mexico governor suggests state may push stricter safety protocols for filming

The investigation into the fatal shooting on the “Rust” set remains ongoing.

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  • October 26 @ 8:01 pm

Assaults on police in L.A., U.S. up in 2020 amid civil unrest

LAPD officials reported the most attacks on officers in the line of duty in the past decade, but Chief Michel Moore called the numbers an anomaly linked to unrest.

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  • October 26 @ 7:46 pm

10-day application period for L.A.’s guaranteed income program begins Friday

The Los Angeles City Council moved forward a plan to provide families with cash assistance across the city. The application period opens Friday.

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  • October 26 @ 6:22 pm

10-day application period for L.A.’s guaranteed income program begins Wednesday

The Los Angeles City Council moved forward a plan to provide families with cash assistance across the city. The application period opens Wednesday.

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  • October 26 @ 6:22 pm

Hamilton High students allegedly assault girl and circulate video of attack

A female student was allegedly assaulted in a bathroom by at least one male student. One person present filmed part of the incident.

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  • October 26 @ 3:43 pm

Unvaccinated L.A. city workers will have more time to get COVID-19 shots

L.A. police officers, firefighters and other city workers will get more time to get their COVID-19 shots under a plan approved by the City Council.

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  • October 26 @ 2:03 pm

Storm shatters rainfall records in Southern California. Who got the most?

Rainfall records were smashed from Los Angeles to Long Beach as the first significant storm of the season dumped moisture across the parched region.

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  • October 26 @ 12:36 pm

Which COVID-19 vaccine booster shot should I get? Here’s how to choose

Federal health officials aren’t giving any specific recommendations, but there are options for COVID-19 boosters, and it’s OK if you mix vaccines.

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  • October 26 @ 11:54 am

Huizar seeks to gut corruption case, says alleged $1.5 million in gifts were not bribes

Lawyers for former L.A. City Councilman Jose Huizar say prosecutors have not met the strict standard set by the Supreme Court for proving bribery.

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  • October 26 @ 7:00 am

Podcast: Stuck for days in L.A.’s biggest traffic jam

Sailors on cargo ships spend months at sea. Now, a shipping bottleneck and lack of access to COVID vaccines have them stuck on their vessels.

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  • October 26 @ 7:00 am

In L.A., at least our corrupt officials don’t have much power

Los Angeles’ reputation for civic corruption pales in comparison with Chicago or San Francisco. But the City of Angels has a long history of sinners in public office.

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  • October 26 @ 7:00 am

Record rains transform a parched California, but ending drought remains elusive

While the massive plume of moisture helped, experts said it will take much more than one storm to make a dent in the drought.

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  • October 26 @ 7:00 am

Protests continue against USC Sigma Nu chapter following drugging, sexual assault allegations

Students protested in front of the Sigma Nu fraternity house at USC days after the fraternity chapter was placed on interim suspension following allegations of druggings and sexual assaults.

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  • October 25 @ 9:11 pm

After a series of stormy superlatives, California settles back into a more seasonable pattern

California will return to dry weather after a series of record storms

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  • October 25 @ 8:50 pm

Not even record-breaking rainstorm will end California’s drought, experts say

After the storm passes, the drought plaguing much of the state will remain, potentially improving in some areas but worsening in others.

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  • October 25 @ 6:06 pm

Photos: Storm slams Northern California with flooding and debris flows, heads toward SoCal

A massive storm barrels toward Southern California after causing flooding and mud flows in areas burned by wildfires across Northern California.

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  • October 25 @ 9:48 am

California rainstorm drenches L.A. County after setting records in north

A powerful storm system that brought record-setting rainfall to Northern California over the weekend swept across the Southland on Monday. While not as intense as up north, the storm brought more than an inch of rain to some communities and prompted a flood advisory.

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  • October 25 @ 8:43 am

California rainstorm forces flood advisories in L.A. after setting records in the north

Los Angeles County is under a flood advisory until 4 p.m., officials said, as periodic heavy rain could swamp roadways and potentially trigger minor mudslides in recent burn areas.

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  • October 25 @ 8:43 am

California rainstorm moves south, forcing flood advisories, after setting records in the north

Evacuations were ordered near the Alisal fire zone in Santa Barbara County, and a flood advisory was issued for parts of San Luis Obispo County.

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  • October 25 @ 8:43 am

California rainstorm moves south, forcing flood advisories, after setting records to the north

Evacuations were ordered near the Alisal fire zone in Santa Barbara County, but authorities told those who hadn’t left to now stay indoors.

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  • October 25 @ 8:43 am

California rainstorm moves south; shelter-in-place ordered for Alisal burn zone

Evacuations were ordered near the Alisal fire zone in Santa Barbara County, but for those who hadn’t left yet, authorities told them to stay indoors.

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  • October 25 @ 8:43 am

Powerful storm moves into Southern California after record rainfall to the north

Rain was already falling on San Luis Obispo County early Monday, and evacuations were ordered near the Alisal fire zone in Santa Barbara County.

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  • October 25 @ 8:43 am

Thousands of state workers are unvaccinated. California isn’t testing half of them for COVID as required

The state’s struggle to implement Newsom’s mandate comes as workplaces across the nation are imposing deadlines for workers to provide proof of vaccination or risk losing their jobs.

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  • October 25 @ 7:00 am

Column: California is spending billions on drought-related projects. And it’s not borrowing to do it

Politicians usually pay for water endeavors with borrowed money, not out of the general fund, columnist George Skelton writes.

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  • October 25 @ 7:00 am

Column: The problem with pandemic Halloween is that I no longer understand the rules

Should I open my doors on Halloween or hide guiltily inside? Is it safe to face the crowds of hundreds of children who show up on my street?

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  • October 25 @ 5:09 am

1 dead, 5 hurt after vehicle hits Van Nuys restaurant

One person was killed and five others were injured when a vehicle crashed into a Van Nuys restaurant on Sunday night, according to officials.

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  • October 24 @ 11:40 pm

Heavy rain unleashes mud, debris flows in Northern California areas burned by wildfire

Heavy rain in Northern California unleashed mud and debris flows and shut down at least one critical highway by Sunday morning.

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  • October 24 @ 4:03 pm

Man is arrested after driving into vaccine mandate protesters in Palmdale, authorities say

A woman in her 40s suffered injuries that were not life-threatening in the incident on Saturday.

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  • October 24 @ 3:51 pm

Sheriff’s officials: Man held after driving into vaccine mandate protesters in Palmdale

A woman in her 40s suffered injuries that were not life-threatening in the incident on Saturday.

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  • October 24 @ 3:51 pm

Magnitude 3.6 earthquake reported near Los Angeles

An earthquake was reported Sunday at 7:01 a.m. less than a mile from Los Angeles, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

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  • October 24 @ 9:15 am

Will those responsible for O.C. oil spill pay for the damage? It could be a battle

With lawsuits and cleanup costs mounting in the Orange County oil spill, some fear the pipeline’s owner may not have the resources or desire to pay the costs.

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  • October 24 @ 7:00 am

History forgot the 1871 Los Angeles Chinese massacre, but we’ve all been shaped by its violence

The Los Angeles Chinese Massacre was not an isolated incident. Anti-Chinese violence and politics have shaped American citizenship and immigration policy.

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  • October 24 @ 7:00 am

Magnitude 3.5 quake near Brawley, Calif.

A magnitude 3.5 earthquake was reported Saturday evening at 11:49 p.m. Pacific time 17 miles from Brawley, Calif., according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

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  • October 24 @ 2:01 am

Vanessa Bryant recounts dealing with ‘callous’ L.A. County on day Kobe and Gianna died

The case between Vanessa Bryant and L.A. County has intensified in recent weeks, with Bryant detailing her interactions with Sheriff Alex Villanueva.

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  • October 23 @ 10:14 pm

Photos: 101 Freeway closes as crews remove framework around 6th Street Bridge

The shutdown comes 5 1/2 years after the demolition of the original 84-year-old bridge closed the 101 Freeway for 40 hours.

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  • October 23 @ 4:40 pm

Power mostly restored after outages affect thousands in Orange County

Power outages left thousands in Orange County without electricity Saturday morning, Southern California Edison says, blaming “failed equipment.”

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  • October 23 @ 3:30 pm

L.A. gets a bit of rain, with more on the way

Parts of Los Angeles got rain overnight, with more on the way Monday. Northern California braces for a drenching and heavy snow.

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  • October 23 @ 2:06 pm

State lawmaker calls for ban on live ammunition and real guns on California movie sets

California state Sen. Dave Cortese says he will introduce legislation to prevent accidental shootings on movie sets and in theatrical productions.

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  • October 23 @ 1:17 pm

A graffiti tagger as a teen, he now designs for Fendi and Mercedes-Benz

Joshua Vides’ creations have turned the former scofflaw graffitist into an illustrator and visual artist sought after by a growing list of global brands.

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  • October 23 @ 7:00 am

Column: What In-N-Out’s vaccine standoff reveals about the California dream

In-N-Out’s surprisingly outspoken anti-vaccine mandate move is a surprise, but it takes a delusional Californian to think In-N-Out was anything more than what it is — a fantasy of apolitical niceness.

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  • October 23 @ 7:00 am

In a bid to stop overdose deaths, California could allow drug use at supervised sites

As deaths from drug overdoses have soared, many experts, advocates and lawmakers have promoted an idea still fresh to the United States: giving people a safe place to inject drugs under supervision.

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  • October 23 @ 7:00 am

USC students protest toxic Greek life after fraternity suspended for alleged drugging, sexual assault

The Sigma Nu fraternity suspension has ignited a fury of protests against toxic Greek culture

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  • October 22 @ 10:41 pm

Despite pandemic, Cal State graduation rates climbed, but equity gaps persist

California State University is nearing its goal to increase graduation rates by 2025 but needs to do more work to close the equity gaps on campus between historically underrepresented students and peers.

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  • October 22 @ 6:42 pm

Despite pandemic, CSU graduation rates climbed, but equity gaps persist

California State University is nearing its goal to increase graduation rates by 2025 but needs to do more work to close the equity gaps on campus between historically underrepresented students and peers.

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  • October 22 @ 6:42 pm

Las Fotos Project honors up and coming women photographers

Founded in 2010, Las Fotos Project is a nonprofit organization in East Los Angeles that supports the self-expression, leadership skills and social well-being of teenage girls through photography and storytelling.

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  • October 22 @ 6:26 pm

These California area codes will require 10-digit dialing starting Sunday

From Pasadena to Palo Alto, callers in nine California area codes will be required to use 10-digit dialing when making phone in order to comply with new federal .

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  • October 22 @ 6:07 pm

Pain at the pump: California gas prices are sky high, with one town charging almost $8 a gallon

Prices are so high — and consumers are so perplexed — that a Google search of “Why are gas prices going up?” has spiked this month.

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  • October 22 @ 5:43 pm

California’s recall election officially ends as Newsom prepares for 2022

With all the votes tallied, the recall failed by a substantial margin: 61.9% for keeping Gov. Gavin Newsom in office and 38.1% for his removal.

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  • October 22 @ 4:30 pm

California’s job growth took a hit as the Delta variant spread

California’s job growth slowed last month and its unemployment rate remained high as the state struggled to recover economic momentum.

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  • October 22 @ 3:41 pm

There’s no telling when the nasty smell in Carson will be gone, county officials say

Carson residents have filed a lawsuit alleging that a warehouse fire led to the long-lasting foul odor emanating from the Dominguez Channel.

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  • October 22 @ 3:28 pm

Rep. Maxine Waters again calls for federal probe of gang-like deputy groups

Rep. Maxine Waters again asks the U.S. Department of Justice to launch an investigation into gang-like groups of L.A. County sheriff’s deputies.

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  • October 22 @ 2:54 pm

Millions more Californians are now eligible for COVID-19 vaccine booster

Eligible recipients will be able to book appointments for the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine booster shots as soon as Friday.

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  • October 22 @ 12:00 pm

Mammoth Mountain to open two weeks early thanks to October snow

Mammoth Mountain will open Halloween weekend, following a storm that is expected to dump up to two 2 feet of snow in the area next week.

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  • October 22 @ 11:56 am

Robert Durst charged with murdering first wife Kathie in New York

Robert Durst charged with murder in the death of his first wife, Kathie, in New York days after he was convicted of murdering Susan Berman in L.A.

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  • October 22 @ 11:34 am

L.A.’s memorial for 1871 Chinese Massacre will mark a shift in how we honor history

Two reports — by the city of L.A. and Monument Lab — reveal blind spots in how California marks its history. A memorial to the Chinese Massacre sets a new agenda.

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  • October 22 @ 10:00 am

L.A. council president slams redistricting map, saying it has ‘alienated thousands’

President Nury Martinez’s statement dramatically increases the likelihood that council members will seek major changes to the redistricting plan.

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  • October 22 @ 8:00 am

L.A. council president criticizes redistricting map, saying it has ‘alienated thousands’

President Nury Martinez’s statement dramatically increases the likelihood that council members will seek major changes to the redistricting plan.

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  • October 22 @ 8:00 am

L.A. City Council redistricting panel finalizes map without defining Raman and Krekorian districts

The map, which goes to the City Council for consideration next week, would significantly redesign the districts represented by Nithya Raman and Paul Krekorian.

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  • October 22 @ 8:00 am

Column: A solution for gentrification in South L.A.? ‘Don’t sell your damn house!’

With home prices topping $1 million, Black people who bought modest properties decades ago are realizing they are wealthy. All they have to do is keep them.

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  • October 22 @ 7:00 am

Column: Here’s what it will take to slow the gentrification of South L.A.

With home prices topping $1 million, Black people who bought modest properties decades ago are realizing they are wealthy. All they have to do is keep them.

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  • October 22 @ 7:00 am

Conservative commentator’s racist remarks about Asian American reporter draw backlash

The racist comments were made at a time when anti-Asian hate crimes are spiking across the country.

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  • October 22 @ 7:00 am

Burned by wildfire, Northern California towns now fear flooding and toxic runoff from storm

An atmospheric river could unleash debris flows and flash flooding across Northern California, especially in areas scorched by fire.

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  • October 22 @ 7:00 am

Column: Who is buying those expensive houses in South L.A.? Is it really just white people?

Even as longtime residents are getting priced out, a small number of Black families who can afford it are moving in. The question is whether more will follow.

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  • October 22 @ 7:00 am

USC suspends Sigma Nu fraternity chapter after reports of drugging, sexual assault

University officials have placed the campus’ Sigma Nu chapter on interim suspension after authorities received a report of sexual assault and drugs being placed into drinks at the fraternity house.

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  • October 21 @ 10:48 pm

State charges trio with pocketing $400,000 in public funds meant to help unhoused in L.A.

California Atty. Gen. Rob Bonta alleges that the three stole funds in a scheme that funneled money to supposedly homeless people who in fact were not.

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  • October 21 @ 8:34 pm

Sheriff Villanueva and top aide defy watchdog subpoenas

Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva and his second-in-command on Thursday defied subpoenas requiring them to testify before an oversight commission

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  • October 21 @ 8:07 pm

California sets new rules for mystery donations made on behalf of lawmakers

The change comes after the Los Angeles Times revealed the little-known practice of unidentified donors routing charitable contributions through accounts that shield their identity.

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  • October 21 @ 6:52 pm

Son of L.A. millionaire sentenced to 7 to 9 months in fatal high-speed Lamborghini crash

The son of a wealthy L.A. entrepreneur was sentenced to seven to nine months for killing a 32-year-old woman in a February crash when he was driving his father’s Lamborghini at more than 100 mph.

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  • October 21 @ 6:12 pm

Family of hikers found dead on remote Sierra trail likely killed by heat, dehydration

Authorities say a family of three found dead near an area known as Devil’s Gulch in Northern California in mid-August probably died of heat illness.

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  • October 21 @ 4:17 pm

The California ShakeOut is just a drill. Are you ready for a real earthquake?

You may have heard sirens or gotten alerts as part of the Great California ShakeOut. The event is a good reminder to be prepared for an earthquake.

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  • October 21 @ 3:18 pm

Category 5 atmospheric river takes aim at Northern California with series of strong storms

A significant storm is expected in Central and Northern California on Thursday night, with an even stronger system arriving Sunday.

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  • October 21 @ 1:12 pm

Category 5 ‘atmospheric river’ to strike Northern California, bringing series of storms

A significant storm is expected to strike Central and Northern California on Thursday night, with an even stronger system arriving Sunday.

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  • October 21 @ 1:12 pm

Series of storms on atmospheric river barreling toward Northern California

A significant storm is expected to strike Central and Northern California on Thursday night, with an even stronger system arriving Sunday.

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  • October 21 @ 1:12 pm

Column: California state government is admirably trying to address drought. It’s a tough nut to crack

Gov. Newsom declared a statewide drought emergency on Tuesday, which will help the state expedite drought relief projects, columnist George Skelton writes.

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  • October 21 @ 12:32 pm

California state government is admirably trying to address drought. It’s a tough nut to crack

Newsom declared a statewide drought emergency on Tuesday, which will help the state expedite drought relief projects, columnist George Skelton writes.

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  • October 21 @ 12:32 pm

101 Freeway closed this weekend for work on 6th Street Bridge. Here’s how to get around

Downtown drivers, beware: Both sides of the 101 Freeway will be closed from 10 p.m. Friday through 3 p.m. Sunday.

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  • October 21 @ 11:53 am

New California oil drilling must be set back from homes and schools, Newsom says

The driving force behind Gov. Gavin Newsom’s decision is the public health risk linked to oil and gas production.

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  • October 21 @ 11:00 am

Highway Patrol investigating skeletal human remains found in Cerritos

As of Wednesday, investigators were not treating the case as a homicide. They have not determined the age or gender of the person whose remains were found.

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  • October 21 @ 8:00 am

O.C. woman who refused to wear a mask found guilty of trespassing

It was the first mask-related criminal conviction in a county famous for a vocal minority of anti-maskers who have staged oceanfront protests and picketed local government meetings during the

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  • October 21 @ 7:00 am

Podcast: We know how to fix the syphilis surge. Will we do it?

Syphilis cases have jumped for U.S. adults and infants — even though the disease is is curable, and even though we could protect babies by getting pregnant people tested and treated.

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  • October 21 @ 7:00 am

Falling grades, stalled learning. L.A. students ‘need help now,’ Times analysis shows

A Los Angeles Times analysis of data offers an alarming assessment of the impact of the pandemic on L.A. students.

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  • October 21 @ 7:00 am

In-N-Out calls California vaccine mandate ‘offensive.’ Will others join battle?

As more communities across California require proof of vaccination for public venues, the battle over enforcement of the new rules is just beginning to heat up.

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  • October 21 @ 7:00 am

Is In-N-Out’s battle the opening skirmish in a conflict over vaccine mandates?

As more communities across California require proof of vaccination for public venues, the battle over enforcement of the new rules is just beginning to heat up.

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  • October 21 @ 7:00 am

Fallen grades, stalled learning. L.A. students ‘need help now,’ Times analysis shows

A Los Angeles Times analysis of data offers an alarming assessment of the impact of the pandemic on L.A. students.

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  • October 21 @ 7:00 am

Coronavirus closes first campus in L.A. County, prompting remote learning, football fallout

View Park Preparatory High School has switched to remote learning for a week, and the Crenshaw football team was sidelined after a game with View Park.

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  • October 21 @ 7:00 am

Now 96, he lived through the Nazi occupation of Poland: ‘I am surviving’

The incident in the hospital wasn’t Andrzej Stefanski’s first flashback. He vividly remembers Hitler’s command blasting through the radio when the Polish troops were forced to surrender: ‘Kill them all.’

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  • October 21 @ 6:00 am

What I learned about my heritage while documenting a Polish Holocaust survivor

In January, I found out that many of my Polish relatives were killed during the Holocaust.

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  • October 21 @ 6:00 am

Nicholas Goldberg: Should we cut Ridley-Thomas slack because his alleged crimes were on behalf of his son?

How to think about people who behave illegally not for themselves but for their children.

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  • October 21 @ 5:00 am

Officials adjust timeline; noxious smell in Carson now expected to linger into the weekend

On Wednesday, the smell, which has been likened to rotten eggs, vomit and farts and has given residents headaches and nausea, was still heavy in the air.

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  • October 20 @ 10:35 pm

Initial treatment fails; noxious smell in Carson now expected to linger into the weekend

On Wednesday, the smell, which has been likened to rotten eggs, vomit and farts and has given residents headaches and nausea, was still heavy in the air.

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  • October 20 @ 10:35 pm

L.A. County reports 76% increase in anti-Asian hate crimes

The Los Angeles County Commission on Human Relations on Wednesday released a special report on anti-Asian hate crime in LA County in 2020. The report revealed that anti-Asian hate crimes rose 76% from 25 to 44 in 2020, the largest number of anti-Asian hate crimes reported since 2001.

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  • October 20 @ 8:32 pm

VA says it will house homeless veterans who are camped around its West L.A. campus

The Veterans Affairs campus in West Los Angeles announced plans to house up to 500 homeless veterans by year’s end.

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  • October 20 @ 8:17 pm

Using new law, L.A. City Council bans homeless encampments at 54 spots

The Los Angeles City Council approved a ban on camping at certain locations in the first use of a new set of laws that passed over the summer.

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  • October 20 @ 7:45 pm

Laugh Factory founder Jamie Masada calls on comedians to support Dave Chappelle

Dave Chappelle has found an ally in the Laugh Factory’s founder, who’s rallying the comedy community to support the embattled comedian.

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  • October 20 @ 6:43 pm

Thieves caught on camera snatching rug with giant pink ‘M’ from famed Madonna Inn

The longtime manager, who opted not to file a police report, is hoping it was just a prank and the rug will be returned, preferably with an apology.

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  • October 20 @ 5:50 pm

After 4 homeless men shot near Ballona Wetlands, suspect is charged with attempted murder

Police are seeking a woman they say also was involved in the shooting that injured four homeless men.

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  • October 20 @ 5:00 pm

Cash to curb car break-ins: San Francisco offers $100,000 reward to stop thefts

A business group aims to raise $1 million in reward money to entice more people to come forward.

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  • October 20 @ 4:02 pm

L.A. City Council votes to suspend Mark Ridley-Thomas amid federal charges

The L.A. City Council votes to suspend Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas one week after he was indicted on federal charges.

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  • October 20 @ 1:31 pm

L.A. City Council set to vote on Ridley-Thomas suspension

The L.A. City Council is considering whether to suspend Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas, a week after he was indicted on federal charges.

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  • October 20 @ 1:31 pm

One dead, two injured in falls during Phish concert at San Francisco’s Chase Center

A 47-year-old man died Sunday, and two others were injured in separate falls from upper-level seating at the San Francisco venue.

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  • October 20 @ 11:55 am

For the vaccinated, how risky could holiday gatherings be?

Officials say it’s possible to safely participate in many holiday activities if everyone is vaccinated for COVID. But extra precautions may be needed.

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  • October 20 @ 9:00 am

Podcast: Unclogging America’s biggest ports

The Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach are the busiest in the U.S. Their massive backlog is affecting the economy.

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  • October 20 @ 7:00 am

L.A. County supervisors order independent audit of Mark Ridley-Thomas bribery charges

The five supervisors unanimously approved an independent investigation that will scrutinize past contracts and the county’s current policies.

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  • October 20 @ 7:00 am

Two L.A. council members fight over who gets USC as redistricting heats up

Two L.A. City Council members are in a tug-of-war over who will represent USC. A city redistricting commission is bringing the issue to a head.

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  • October 20 @ 7:00 am

As L.A. draws new political boundaries, two City Council members say they want USC

Two L.A. City Council members are in the midst of a tug of war over who will represent USC. A city redistricting commission is bringing the issue to a head.

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  • October 20 @ 7:00 am

Street racing surged during the pandemic. L.A. now wants to crack down

As activity continues to surge, cities are scrambling for new tools to curtail illegal racing and sideshows.

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  • October 20 @ 7:00 am

Man shot in leg outside Beverly Hills restaurant during attempted robbery, police say

The victim is in stable condition, according to police. No suspects have been identified.

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  • October 20 @ 12:45 am

One person wounded in shooting outside Beverly Hills restaurant

The victim is in stable condition, according to police. No suspects have been identified.

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  • October 20 @ 12:45 am

San Francisco In-N-Out temporarily closed over city’s proof of COVID-19 vaccine requirement

The restaurant posted signs about vaccine requirements, but city officials said employees should demand proof of vaccination from customers, the company said.

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  • October 19 @ 7:55 pm

Weeks after foul odor began, Carson residents now urged to avoid outdoor exercise

The amount of hydrogen sulfide gas emanating from decaying vegetation and marine life in the Dominguez Channel exceeds state nuisance thresholds but is not considered “imminently dangerous,” Los Angeles County public health officials said Tuesday.

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  • October 19 @ 7:29 pm

LAPD says shooting of detective led to bust of gang making ‘ghost guns’

An investigation into the shooting of a Los Angeles police detective led investigators to a gang allegedly producing “ghost guns” out of a tattoo parlor, Chief Michel Moore said.

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  • October 19 @ 7:01 pm

Column: At vaccine deadline, L.A. city officials go soft on resisters. Can someone please get tough?

Los Angeles is ready to extend the deadline for city workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by two months, but that’s no way to get compliance.

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  • October 19 @ 4:33 pm

Tom Morey, Boogie Board inventor who opened the waves to the masses, dies

A lifelong dreamer and tinkerer, Tom Morey created a stubby, lightweight bodyboard that changed beach culture forever. He was 86.

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  • October 19 @ 3:00 pm

What Colin Powell’s death tells us — and doesn’t — about COVID-19 and vaccines

Experts say his death should not be interpreted as a failure of COVID-19 vaccines in the broader population.

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  • October 19 @ 2:46 pm

‘Stunning’: Female mountain lion is 99th to be tracked in Santa Monica Mountains study

A female mountain lion caught in the western part of the Santa Monica Mountains has been outfitted with a GPS tracking collar and dubbed P-99.

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  • October 19 @ 2:36 pm

Unvaccinated L.A. city employees could get until mid-December to get their shots

City workers who aren’t vaccinated for COVID-19 or declared they’ll seek an exemption can have more time to get the shots under L.A. officials’ plan.

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  • October 19 @ 2:08 pm

L.A. City Council president seeks to suspend Ridley-Thomas following indictment

Council members will hold a special session Wednesday to consider the suspension. If it’s approved, Ridley-Thomas could see his salary cut off.

  • LA Times
  • October 19 @ 1:59 pm

2 dead after explosive fire at suspected hemp lab in Canoga Park

Fire crews found one body inside the charred warehouse and one person died at a hospital, authorities said.

  • LA Times
  • October 19 @ 1:18 pm

2 dead after huge fire at suspected hemp extraction lab in Canoga Park

Fire crews found one body inside the charred warehouse and one person died at a hospital, authorities said.

  • LA Times
  • October 19 @ 1:18 pm

2 dead after huge fire at suspected marijuana grow warehouse in Canoga Park

Fire crews found one body inside the charred warehouse and one person died at a hospital, authorities said.

  • LA Times
  • October 19 @ 1:18 pm

Lawmaker urges new probe after Army closes investigation of Chino soldier’s slaying

Rep. Norma Torres calls for an inspector general’s investigation into the Army probe of a Chino soldier whose head was found severed from his body.

  • LA Times
  • October 19 @ 10:29 am

Army closes investigation into Chino soldier’s slaying

Rep. Norma Torres calls for an inspector general’s investigation into the Army probe of a Chino man whose head was found severed from his body.

  • LA Times
  • October 19 @ 10:29 am

Migrants make increasingly dangerous journeys to enter California through the coast

Experts say the shift is in response to restrictive border policies that put migrants at increasing danger as they are pushed farther out to the high seas.

  • LA Times
  • October 19 @ 8:35 am

A Black mother lost her son to police violence in 2008. People are finally saying his name

Sheryl Bell’s son Julian Alexander was killed by Anaheim police in 2008. His name is only now being talked about in the same breath as George Floyd and other Black Americans killed by police.

  • LA Times
  • October 19 @ 7:00 am

Confronted with losing their jobs, 99% of LAUSD teachers meet COVID-19 vaccine requirements

In some schools, teachers and other workers suddenly disappear, leaving voids, but there are no massive disruptions after vaccination deadline.

  • LA Times
  • October 19 @ 7:00 am

Fatal crash shuts down southbound 110 Freeway north of 101 Freeway

California Highway Patrol officers investigate a fatal crash that shut down a portion of the southbound 110 Freeway in downtown Los Angeles

  • LA Times
  • October 18 @ 11:47 pm

Massive fire at suspected marijuana grow in Canoga Park seriously injures three

It took 150 firefighters just over an hour to extinguish the fire, which consumed a 50-foot by 100-foot, one-story building, LAFD said.

  • LA Times
  • October 18 @ 7:07 pm

Parents in California protest student COVID-19 vaccine mandate, keep kids home

On Monday, some parents kept their children home from school to protest the pending statewide student vaccination mandate.

  • LA Times
  • October 18 @ 6:56 pm

Parents in California hold protests student COVID-19 vaccine mandate, keep kids home

On Monday, some parents kept their children home from school to protest the pending statewide student vaccination mandate.

  • LA Times
  • October 18 @ 6:56 pm

Across California some parents protest student COVID-19 vaccine mandate, keep kids home

On Monday, parents kept their children home from school to protest the statewide student vaccination mandate.

  • LA Times
  • October 18 @ 6:56 pm

18-month-old boy sitting in stroller killed in North Hills hit-and-run crash

A collision at an intersection sent one car careening onto the sidewalk, fatally striking the child and seriously injuring a woman.

  • LA Times
  • October 18 @ 6:56 pm

Congresswoman calls for emergency declaration over foul odor in Carson

The smell in Carson linked to the Dominguez Channel is an emergency, Rep. Nanette Barragán says.

  • LA Times
  • October 18 @ 6:29 pm

State authorities destroy 1 million marijuana plants in crackdown on illegal operations

Law enforcement agents destroyed more than 1 million illegally grown marijuana plants this year in an attempt to curb the widespread grows that undercut California’s legal marketplace.

  • LA Times
  • October 18 @ 5:57 pm

Mark Ridley-Thomas will ‘step back’ from council duties, but not resign

In a letter to council members, Ridley-Thomas said he will fight the “outrageous allegations” and resume participation at an “appropriate” time.

  • LA Times
  • October 18 @ 5:05 pm

Female firefighters, civil rights advocates call for LAFD chief’s removal

Female firefighters and civil rights advocates on Monday called on LAFD Chief Ralph Terrazas to resign following reports of abuse, harassment and retaliation of female firefighters at the department.

  • LA Times
  • October 18 @ 2:41 pm

‘Gimme Shelter’: California’s new housing police

Gov. Gavin Newsom is emphasizing holding cities accountable for state laws on zoning and approving housing projects, including starting a new effort staffed with more than dozen employees to enforce the rules.

  • LA Times
  • October 18 @ 2:05 pm

Drizzle teases L.A. after toasty weekend, and more moisture is on the way

The weather system was far more dramatic in central and Northern California, where measurable rain and even snowfall were recorded at higher elevations.

  • LA Times
  • October 18 @ 12:06 pm

California records driest year in a century

The average accumulation of rain and snowfall across the state totaled only 11.87 inches during the 2021 water year, which ran Oct. 1, 2020, through Sept. 30.

  • LA Times
  • October 18 @ 7:00 am

Column: As California continues to burn, politicians must have their feet held to the fire

Internal squabbles, budget worries and a failure to prioritize the wildfire threat have held Sacramento back in addressing the state’s blazes, columnist George Skelton writes.

  • LA Times
  • October 18 @ 7:00 am

NASA turns technology back toward Earth to focus on climate change

Scientists and California state officials are working together to study Earth’s rapidly changing systems and make more informed decisions.

  • LA Times
  • October 18 @ 7:00 am

What sways homeless people to get COVID-19 shots? It could be other homeless people

In L.A. County, health officials are enlisting people living in tents, RVs and makeshift shelters to help get unhoused people vaccinated.

  • LA Times
  • October 18 @ 7:00 am

Shooting at Halloween party came days after deputy killed man on same block

An L.A. County sheriff’s deputy had fatally shot a man on the same Whittier block where three people were critically wounded in a shooting at a Halloween house party five days later, authorities said.

  • LA Times
  • October 17 @ 10:10 pm

Lake Tahoe waters plummet as drought, climate change plague resort

Some boat ramps and docks are hundreds of feet from the water line, said Geoffrey Schladow, director of the UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center.

  • LA Times
  • October 17 @ 12:50 pm

Regulators badly underestimated the devastation of a possible oil spill off the O.C. coast

This month’s spill was over 10 times larger than regulators in the 1970s predicted in the event of an anchor strike on the pipeline. Their miscalculation may have missed an opportunity to enact safeguards, experts say.

  • LA Times
  • October 17 @ 7:00 am

Coast Guard designates cargo vessel as ‘party in interest’ in oil spill

Investigators say the ship was involved in an anchor-dragging incident in January, near the pipeline that was the source of this month’s oil spill.

  • LA Times
  • October 16 @ 10:04 pm

Coast Guard designates cargo vessel as ‘party of interest’ in oil spill

Investigators say the ship was involved in an anchor-dragging incident in January, near the pipeline that was the source of this month’s oil spill.

  • LA Times
  • October 16 @ 10:04 pm

U.S. Coast Guard designates cargo vessel as ‘party of interest’ in oil spill

Investigators at the US Coast Guard boarded a cargo vessel Saturday in Long Beach that could be tied to the rupture of an oil pipeline that spilled more than 25,000 of oil off the Orange County Coast, the agency said.

  • LA Times
  • October 16 @ 10:04 pm

Ridley-Thomas was at the center of L.A.’s fight against homelessness. What happens now?

Among those who are dedicated to alleviating homelessness in Los Angeles, the news of the indictment of City Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas brought only sadness and dismay.

  • LA Times
  • October 16 @ 7:00 am

Column: Why South L.A. is staying loyal to Ridley-Thomas, even as he faces federal charges

Many are rising to defend and pray for the councilman, while calls escalate for him to step down or, at the very least lose, his committee assignments.

  • LA Times
  • October 16 @ 7:00 am

La Niña is back. What does that mean for a parched Southern California?

What does another La Niña winter mean for drought-stricken Southern California? Nothing to cheer about.

  • LA Times
  • October 16 @ 7:00 am

Dodgers-Giants rivalry is a showdown between the two Californias

Los Angeles Dodgers versus the San Francisco Giants is the most visible part of an ideological fault line that runs through politics, food, culture, dress, music and contrasting ways of life. Simply put, it’s about which place is better —Northern California or Southern California.

  • LA Times
  • October 16 @ 7:00 am

Column: The clock is ticking on those unvaccinated L.A. city workers. Will they come around?

COVID vaccine mandate deadline is fast approaching, and L.A. officials weigh discipline options.

  • LA Times
  • October 16 @ 7:00 am

L.A. County supervisors may order audit to examine Mark Ridley-Thomas bribery charges

L.A. County Supervisors Hilda Solis and Kathryn Barger want to see an independent audit of their former colleague Mark Ridley-Thomas.

  • LA Times
  • October 16 @ 7:00 am

L.A. supervisors may do independent audit into Mark Ridley-Thomas bribery charges

Supervisors Hilda Solis and Kathryn Barger want to see an independent audit of their former colleague on the L.A. County Board of Supervisors to restore the public trust and ensure the validity of existing contracts.

  • LA Times
  • October 16 @ 7:00 am

Column: Is L.A. Sheriff Alex Villanueva rounding up a ‘posse’ of cowboys?

Neither the L.A. County inspector general nor a deputies union were impressed with Villanueva’s announcement that cowboy hats are now allowed.

  • LA Times
  • October 16 @ 7:00 am

Column: Is Stetson-loving L.A. Sheriff Alex Villanueva rounding up a ‘posse’ of cowboys?

Neither the L.A. County inspector general nor a deputies union were impressed with Villanueva’s announcement that cowboy hats are now allowed.

  • LA Times
  • October 16 @ 7:00 am

After 30 years in the political spotlight, Ridley-Thomas is suddenly under a cloud

For 30 years, Mark Ridley-Thomas was an influential voice in L.A. politics. The city councilman now faces bribery and other charges. He denies any wrongdoing.

  • LA Times
  • October 16 @ 7:00 am

MacArthur Park closure proceeds calmly, despite fears of repeat of Echo Park violence

Despite fears of unrest, the closure of MacArthur Park went quietly Friday night.

  • LA Times
  • October 15 @ 11:56 pm

LAPD declares ‘ghost guns’ an ‘epidemic,’ citing 400% increase in seizures

The proliferation of so-called ghost guns, which are untraceable and able to be assembled at home, has contributed to more than 100 violent crimes so far this year, the LAPD said.

  • LA Times
  • October 15 @ 8:32 pm

‘Stinky City’ Anger grows in Carson as noxious smell sickens residents, eludes solution

In Carson, a smell like rotten eggs from the Dominguez Channel has been sickening residents for nearly two weeks. Anger is growing.

  • LA Times
  • October 15 @ 8:26 pm

‘We’re gonna be known as that stinky city.’ Anger grows in Carson as noxious smell sickens reside

In Carson, a smell like rotten eggs from the Dominguez Channel has been sickening residents for nearly two weeks. Anger is growing.

  • LA Times
  • October 15 @ 8:26 pm

Pomona shelter for unaccompanied migrant children set to close next month

The facility, which has housed tens of thousands of children and teenagers, will close Nov. 19.

  • LA Times
  • October 15 @ 7:38 pm

Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas says he won’t resign, plans to fight bribery charges

L.A. City Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas said he wouldn’t resign and plans to fight the charges of bribery that were revealed earlier this week.

  • LA Times
  • October 15 @ 7:11 pm

California adds Pacific leatherback sea turtle to its endangered species list

Scientists say 1,000-pound leatherback sea turtles have declined by about 5.6% in California each year for the last three decades.

  • LA Times
  • October 15 @ 5:53 pm

L.A. County health inspectors enforce new vaccine mandates with training, not tickets

Visits to businesses by L.A. County health inspectors Oct. 8-10 were focused primarily on education rather than heavy-handed enforcement.

  • LA Times
  • October 15 @ 3:47 pm

101 Freeway reopens as Alisal fire is restrained ahead of red flag conditions

Crews make significant progress on the Alisal fire, with containment jumping from 5% to 41%.

  • LA Times
  • October 15 @ 12:18 pm

101 Freeway reopens as Alisal fire checked ahead of red flag conditions

Crews make significant progress on the Alisal fire, with containment jumping from 5% to 41%.

  • LA Times
  • October 15 @ 12:18 pm

Santa Ana winds bring critical fire danger, red flag warning to Southern California

A red flag warning signaling hot, dry, windy conditions will be in effect from 6 a.m Friday to 8 p.m. Saturday.

  • LA Times
  • October 15 @ 11:34 am

Shootings by LAPD officers rising again after years of decline

Los Angeles police officers have opened fire more times this year than in all of last year or the year before, according to LAPD data tracked by The Times.

  • LA Times
  • October 15 @ 11:00 am

Health experts and fans express concern over Coachella’s new vaccination policy

Coachella said it would no longer require proof of vaccination to attend the festival. Health experts and fans have questions.

  • LA Times
  • October 15 @ 7:00 am

Another blow to UC admissions tests: Nix the SAT alternative exam, faculty recommend

An alternative test would perpetuate racial and economic disparities while adding only ‘modest’ value in predicting college success, a faculty group has recommended.

  • LA Times
  • October 15 @ 7:00 am

Another blow to UC admissions tests: Nix SAT alternative exam, faculty recommend

An alternative test would perpetuate racial and economic disparities while adding only “modest” value in predicting college success, a faculty group has recommended.

  • LA Times
  • October 15 @ 7:00 am

A son’s troubles, financial desperation brought USC dean, Mark Ridley-Thomas together

The desperation that brought USC dean, Mark Ridley-Thomas together

  • LA Times
  • October 15 @ 7:00 am

Black Angelenos express mix of cynicism, disappointment after Ridley-Thomas indictment

Across L.A.’s Council District 10, constituents, family, friends and collaborators expressed a mix of emotions on the news that Mark Ridley-Thomas was indicted on federal bribery charges.

  • LA Times
  • October 15 @ 7:00 am

Boy Scouts sex abuse victims vote on $1.9-billion settlement plan

Opponents of the plan say the settlement lets the Boy Scouts off the hook for billions in damages from decades of abuse.

  • LA Times
  • October 15 @ 7:00 am

Podcast: The story of an unsung Black Panther

Barbara Easley-Cox describes what she experienced as a member of the Black Panther Party, from California to Algeria to North Korea and beyond.

  • LA Times
  • October 15 @ 7:00 am

Would you quit your job for $110,000? This California swordfish catcher said no

As the government seeks an end to drift gill net fishing, a once booming swordfish industry draws its last breaths.

  • LA Times
  • October 15 @ 7:00 am

Would you quit your job for $110,000? This California swordfisherman said no

As the government seeks an end to drift gill net fishing, a once booming swordfish industry draws its last breaths.

  • LA Times
  • October 15 @ 7:00 am

97% of LAUSD teachers, administrators meet COVID-19 vaccination deadline

Teachers and other staff have through Friday to obtain and document their first shot or they can’t return to campus on Monday.

  • LA Times
  • October 15 @ 7:00 am

97% of LAUSD teachers, administrators have met COVID-19 vaccination deadline

Teachers and other staff have through Friday to obtain and document their first shot or they can’t return to campus on Monday.

  • LA Times
  • October 15 @ 7:00 am

95% of teachers meet COVID-19 vaccination deadline, union says

Teachers and other staff have until Friday to get their first shot or they can’t return to campus on Monday.

  • LA Times
  • October 15 @ 7:00 am

‘Big Mike’ Lerma, reputed Mexican Mafia member, charged with ordering murder at L.A. prison

Federal prosecutors on Thursday charged Michael Lerma with ordering the murder of an inmate at the federal Metropolitan Detention Center in downtown Los Angeles.

  • LA Times
  • October 14 @ 10:24 pm

Ridley-Thomas indictment brings fresh uncertainty to an already unsettled City Hall

Already unsettled by the likely departure of the mayor, an upcoming election and a contentious redistricting process, the City Council must decide what to do about Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas.

  • LA Times
  • October 14 @ 8:52 pm

Former President Clinton recovering from an infection, remains hospitalized in Orange County

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is with the 42nd president of the United States at UC Irvine Medical Center, sources confirmed.

  • LA Times
  • October 14 @ 8:41 pm

Former President Clinton hospitalized in Orange County with non-COVID infection

The 42nd president of the United States was admitted to UC Irvine Medical Center on Tuesday, a spokesman confirmed.

  • LA Times
  • October 14 @ 8:41 pm

Many sites bear the name ‘Mark Ridley-Thomas.’ What happens now that he faces charges?

Federal charges have cast a shadow over the many sites named after longtime politician Mark Ridley-Thomas, whose name has decorated health centers, a youth facility, government offices and a pedestrian bridge.

  • LA Times
  • October 14 @ 6:27 pm

FBI joins investigation of Orange County oil spill as Coast Guard drastically reduces size estimate

Officials initially estimated as much as 144,000 gallons of oil was spilled into the ocean but on Thursday, a Coast Guard lieutenant commander said the agency is confident the number of gallons leaked is around 25,000.

  • LA Times
  • October 14 @ 5:39 pm

FBI joins investigation of Orange County oil spill

The FBI has joined the investigation of the Orange County oil spill to determine whether any criminal violations occurred.

  • LA Times
  • October 14 @ 5:39 pm

ICE held a man in solitary confinement for more than a year. He’s suing under a new California law

The law allows people to sue private prison companies for failing to comply with the standards of care outlined in a facility’s contract.

  • LA Times
  • October 14 @ 5:22 pm

Robert Durst sentenced to life in prison for murdering Susan Berman

Robert Durst, 78, will spend the rest of his life in a California prison for the fatal shooting of his longtime confidante, Susan Berman, in 2000.

  • LA Times
  • October 14 @ 5:03 pm

Cher wants her Sonny & Cher royalties, and she’s suing Sonny Bono’s widow to get them

In Cher’s $1-million lawsuit against Mary Bono, she accuses Sonny Bono’s widow of undoing provisions from her divorce settlement entitling her to royalties.

  • LA Times
  • October 14 @ 1:40 pm

Cher wants her Sonny and Cher royalties, and she’s suing Bono’s widow to get them

In Cher’s $1-million lawsuit against Mary Bono, she accuses Sonny Bono’s widow of undoing provisions from her divorce settlement entitling her to royalties.

  • LA Times
  • October 14 @ 1:40 pm

What will it take to get out of the pandemic? California still has a long way to go

While not as potent as earlier in the year, COVID-19’s presence looms large, especially heading into the colder fall and winter months.

  • LA Times
  • October 14 @ 1:34 pm

Bay Area mother charged after allegedly hosting drinking parties for teens

Police say Shannon Marie O’Connor gave so much alcohol to her son and other teens that they often vomited and passed out.

  • LA Times
  • October 14 @ 1:03 pm

Heavy smoke from Alisal fire hurts air quality in L.A., Orange counties as red flag warning issued

The blaze sends toxic smoke billowing southeast of Santa Barbara, triggering air quality advisories in Los Angeles and other counties.

  • LA Times
  • October 14 @ 11:43 am

Heavy smoke from Alisal fire hurts air quality in L.A., Orange counties as red flag warnings issued

The blaze sends toxic smoke billowing southeast of Santa Barbara, triggering air quality advisories in Los Angeles and other counties.

  • LA Times
  • October 14 @ 11:43 am

Heavy smoke from Alisal fire triggers air quality advisory in L.A., Orange counties

The blaze sent toxic smoke billowing southeast of Santa Barbara, triggering air quality advisories in Los Angeles and other counties.

  • LA Times
  • October 14 @ 11:43 am

Los Angeles police officer wounded by gunman; 14-year-old suspect in custody

The officer’s condition was described as stable after he was shot while driving to work at the Newton station. A suspect was detained blocks away.

  • LA Times
  • October 14 @ 8:11 am

Los Angeles police officer wounded by gunman; suspect in custody

Information is preliminary, but the officer is said to be in stable condition. A suspect has been detained, police say.

  • LA Times
  • October 14 @ 8:11 am

Los Angeles police officer shot near Newton station, rushed to hospital

Information is preliminary, but the officer is said to be in stable condition. A suspect is detained, police say.

  • LA Times
  • October 14 @ 8:11 am

Podcast: Boardrooms so white and male? That’s changing

California laws requiring companies to put women and nonwhite or LGBTQ people on their boards of directors are having nationwide influence.

  • LA Times
  • October 14 @ 7:00 am

L.A., San Diego school districts are sued over student vaccination mandate

As expected, the state’s two largest school systems face litigation over requiring COVID vaccinations as a condition for attending in-person classes.

  • LA Times
  • October 14 @ 7:00 am

Column: Newsom made the right decisions on fishing, “ghost guns” and 3 other simple bills

Bills on fishing licenses, ghost guns, jaywalking, bicycle laws and gas-powered lawn equipment were among those Newsom acted on

  • LA Times
  • October 14 @ 7:00 am

Newsom made the right decisions on fishing, “ghost guns” and 3 other simple bills

Bills on fishing licenses, ghost guns, jaywalking, bicycle laws and gas-powered lawn equipment were among those Newsom acted on

  • LA Times
  • October 14 @ 7:00 am

USC to apologize for WWII actions that derailed education of Japanese American students

In a policy reversal, USC will apologize to former Japanese American students and offer them honorary degrees posthumously eight decades after impeding their efforts to complete their education.

  • LA Times
  • October 14 @ 7:00 am

Cleansed of oil, birds harmed by O.C. spill take flight in Huntington Beach

As of Tuesday evening, wildlife officials had collected 28 oil-covered birds from the Orange County shoreline, all of which have undergone cleaning and rehabilitation. Some were released Wednesday.

  • LA Times
  • October 14 @ 7:00 am

Officials knew of potential for ‘catastrophe’ when O.C. oil platforms approved in 1970s

Officials raised concerns in the 1970s about plans for oil platforms off Orange County.

  • LA Times
  • October 14 @ 7:00 am

Early concerns about O.C. oil platforms were drowned out by the 1970s energy crisis

Officials raised concerns in the 1970s about plans for oil platforms off Orange County.

  • LA Times
  • October 14 @ 7:00 am

Photos: Gridlock at L.A. ports as dozens of ships idle off the coast

A global supply chain breakdown has resulted in gridlock at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach and beyond.

  • LA Times
  • October 13 @ 10:55 pm

Indictment against Mark Ridley-Thomas another blow to L.A. politics

The L.A. political world is stunned by Mark Ridley-Thomas indictment.

  • LA Times
  • October 13 @ 10:28 pm

Late October rains could dampen wildfires and help with drought, forecasters say

Late October precipitation could dampen wildfires in Northern California

  • LA Times
  • October 13 @ 9:31 pm

A rare plant and a president’s ranch are threatened as Alisal fire grows

By Wednesday afternoon, the fire had grown to 15,442 acres and was 5% contained. Santa Barbara County officials declared a local emergency, and Gov. Gavin Newsom secured federal assistance for the blaze.

  • LA Times
  • October 13 @ 8:34 pm

Top California labor official and husband accused of grand theft, embezzlement and tax evasion

Alma Hernández resigned as executive director of Service Employees International Union California State Council, ending her 11-year tenure.

  • LA Times
  • October 13 @ 8:17 pm

L.A. City Council members push for measures to monitor and prevent heat-related deaths

L.A. City Council members are calling for new measures to protect residents from the health impacts of extreme heat.

  • LA Times
  • October 13 @ 8:15 pm

L.A. Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas and ex-USC dean indicted on bribery charges

Former USC dean charged with paying off Mark Ridley-Thomas in exchange for millions of dollars in L.A. county contracts with the university

  • LA Times
  • October 13 @ 6:37 pm

Burning garbage and grass send up plume of black smoke near Wilmington oil refinery

Burning garbage and grass near a Wilmington oil refinery sent up a column of black smoke that could be seen across the South Bay Wednesday.

  • LA Times
  • October 13 @ 5:50 pm

Port truckers win $30 million in wage theft settlements

XPO Logistics, one of the world’s largest trucking companies, settled with drivers who had alleged it paid them less than minimum wage.

  • LA Times
  • October 13 @ 7:00 am

Sundowner winds stymie fire crews as Alisal fire grows to more than 15,000 acres

Fueled by 40-mph sundowner winds, the Alisal fire defied containment in Santa Barbara County. Strengthening winds promised even more challenges.

  • LA Times
  • October 13 @ 7:00 am

Sundowner winds stymie fire crews as Alisal fire grows to more than 14,000 acres

Fueled by 40-mph sundowner winds, the Alisal fire defied containment Tuesday. Strengthening winds promised even more challenges.

  • LA Times
  • October 13 @ 7:00 am

Sundowner winds stymie fire crews as Alisal fire explodes beyond 13,000 acres

Fueled by 40-mph sundowner gusts, the Alisal fire escaped containment Tuesday. Strengthening winds promised even more firefighting challenges.

  • LA Times
  • October 13 @ 7:00 am

Investigators examine role of unprecedented port gridlock in O.C. oil spill

Gridlock at L.A. ports hit record high as investigators looking into the oil spill gather data on every vessel traveling near the pipeline since last October.

  • LA Times
  • October 13 @ 7:00 am

Podcast: Deep breath. Let’s talk about our air

Our Masters of Disasters panel is back to discuss the future of wildfire smoke, point out the success story of auto emissions and tell terrible jokes.

  • LA Times
  • October 13 @ 7:00 am

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

PG&E warns of another power shut-off affecting up to 29,000 customers; Santa Ana winds continue to pick up

Nineteen counties in Northern and Central California could be affected in order to reduce the risk of wildfire from energized power lines.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:51 pm

Brush fire burning outside Beale Air Force Base in Northern California

A fire is burning outside Beale Air Force Base north of Sacramento. The blaze is about 50 acres, according to fire officials.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:32 pm

Photos: Alisal fire burns in Santa Barbara County

Fueled by bone-dry vegetation, the Alisal fire has burned 6,000 acres and is 0% contained.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 3:35 pm

Three die, two are critically injured in South Los Angeles fire

Three people died and two more were critically injured in a house fire that broke out late Monday in the Florence-Graham neighborhood.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 2:04 pm

Alisal fire: Road closures, evacuations, shelters, progress report

The Alisal fire started Monday near the Alisal Reservoir in Santa Barbara County. Strong winds pushed the fire south toward the 101 Freeway.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 9:24 am

Photos: A week after oil spill, Huntington Beach reopens

Visitors were once again taking to the water a week after an oil spill caused beach closures.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 7:47 am

Podcast: The oil spill along California’s fragile coast

Behind the oil spill is a larger issue: aging offshore oil platforms and pipelines — and whether anyone will fix them up or shut them down.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 7:00 am

Confronting the myth: L.A. moves to make amends to Indigenous people

Turning on its head one of the many myths of the American West, Los Angeles moves to correct its historical record with Native inhabitants.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 7:00 am

Before the Spanish myth: L.A. moves to make amends to Indigenous people

Before the Spanish myth: L.A. moves to correct it historic record

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 7:00 am

The O.C. oil spill could have been a much bigger disaster. Here is what went right

“We really dodged a bullet,” Huntington Beach’s mayor said. “When you hear that thousands of gallons of oil has been released … you can’t help but think the worst.”

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 7:00 am

How 2 L.A. immersive Halloween horror shows keep changing the way we scare

Inspired by ‘Sleep No More,’ haunted horror plays ‘Delusion’ and ‘Creep LA’ are now influencing the the immersive entertainment movement.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 7:00 am

O.C. oil spill: How luck, ocean currents and aggressive response averted bigger disaster

“We really dodged a bullet,” Huntington Beach’s mayor said. “When you hear that thousands of gallons of oil has been released … you can’t help but think the worst.”

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 7:00 am

How hot is it inside Southern California’s warehouses? Ask the workers at Rite Aid

Extreme heat is endangering California warehouse workers, who often labor without air conditioning.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 7:00 am

You thought the oil spill was bad? In L.A., toxic waste is everywhere

Southern California’s manufacturing helped win World War II. But the war effort and decades of polluting industry have left a toxic legacy.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 6:00 am

Op-Ed: Did the vandals who scrawled an anti-Israel slogan in UCLA’s Bunche Hall know the history?

Bunche Hall’s namesake, Angeleno and UCLA grad Ralph J. Bunche, was the first Black person to receive a Nobel Peace Prize, for bringing about an armistice in Palestine.

  • LA Times
  • October 12 @ 5:00 am

Alisal fire threatens scores of homes and shuttered oil refinery; 101 Freeway still closed

The fire in Santa Barbara County is threatening up to 120 structures, including Rancho del Cielo, once a vacation home for President Reagan.

  • LA Times
  • October 11 @ 7:22 pm

Alisal fire threatens homes and burns more than 13,000 acres. 101 Freeway remains closed.

The fire in Santa Barbara County is threatening up to 120 structures, including Rancho del Cielo, once a vacation home for President Reagan.

  • LA Times
  • October 11 @ 7:22 pm

Alisal fire threatens homes, burning 8,000 acres and closing 101 Freeway, amid gusty winds

The fire in Santa Barbara County is threatening up to 120 structures, including Rancho del Cielo, once a vacation home for President Reagan.

  • LA Times
  • October 11 @ 7:22 pm

Alisal fire threatens homes, burning 6,000 acres and closing 101 Freeway, amid gusty winds

The fire in Santa Barbara County is threatening up to 120 structures, including Rancho del Cielo, once a vacation home for President Reagan.

  • LA Times
  • October 11 @ 7:22 pm

Alisal fire explodes to 6,000 acres, closing 101 Freeway, as gusty winds continue

The fire in Santa Barbara County is threatening up to 120 structures, including Rancho del Cielo, once a vacation home for President Reagan.

  • LA Times
  • October 11 @ 7:22 pm

Alisal fire explodes to 6,000 acres near Santa Barbara, closes 101 Freeway

Firefighters were deployed Monday afternoon to the fast-growing Alisal fire in the Los Padres National Forest near Santa Barbara.

  • LA Times
  • October 11 @ 7:22 pm

Alisal fire explodes near Santa Barbara, closing 101 Freeway, burning 4,000 acres

Firefighters were deployed Monday afternoon to the fast-growing Alisal fire in the Los Padres National Forest near Santa Barbara.

  • LA Times
  • October 11 @ 7:22 pm

Alisal fire explodes to 4,000 acres near Santa Barbara; 101 Freeway closed

Firefighters were deployed Monday afternoon to the fast-growing Alisal fire in the Los Padres National Forest near Santa Barbara.

  • LA Times
  • October 11 @ 7:22 pm

Alisal fire explodes to at least 2,000 acres near Santa Barbara; 101 Freeway closed

Firefighters were deployed Monday afternoon to the fast-growing Alisal fire in the Los Padres National Forest near Santa Barbara.

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  • October 11 @ 7:22 pm

Alisal fire explodes to least 2,000 acres near Santa Barbara; 101 Freeway closed

Firefighters were deployed Monday afternoon to the fast-growing Alisal fire in the Los Padres National Forest near Santa Barbara.

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  • October 11 @ 7:22 pm

Alisal fire grows to at least 1,000 acres near Santa Barbara, shuts down 101 Freeway

Firefighters have been deployed to the growing Alisal fire in the Los Padres National Forest near Santa Barbara.

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  • October 11 @ 7:22 pm

Growing brush fire near Santa Barbara prompts evacuations

Firefighters have been deployed to the growing Alisal fire in the Los Padres National Forest near Santa Barbara.

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  • October 11 @ 7:22 pm

Invasive Aedes mosquito expands reach in Los Angeles, Orange Counties

Since arriving in Los Angeles County a decade ago, the aggressive Aedes mosquito has expanded rapidly. It has been found from Laguna Beach to Santa Clarita.

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  • October 11 @ 7:16 pm

Facing major campus disruption and firings, LAUSD extends staff COVID-vaccine deadline

Employees had faced termination if not fully immunized againt COVID-19 by Oct. 15. But they’ll still need their shots.

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  • October 11 @ 5:54 pm

Italian church is vandalized with anti-colonization graffiti. Police are investigating it as a hate crime

A fallen banner on the church’s front steps read “STOP COLONIZING OUR LAND,” while graffiti on the sidewalk formed phrases such as “Land Back,” “USA” and “Stolen Land.”

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  • October 11 @ 3:11 pm

Italian church vandalized with anti-colonization graffiti. Police are investigating as a hate crime

A fallen banner on the church’s front steps read, “STOP COLONIZING OUR LAND,” while graffiti on the sidewalk formed phrases like, “Land Back,” “USA” and “Stolen Land.”

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  • October 11 @ 3:11 pm

Italian church on edge of Chinatown vandalized with anti-colonization graffiti

A fallen banner on the church’s front steps read, “STOP COLONIZING OUR LAND,” while graffiti on the sidewalk formed phrases like, “Land Back,” “USA” and “Stolen Land.”

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  • October 11 @ 3:11 pm

Power shut-offs loom for tens of thousands of Californians amid gusty winds

More than 34,000 Californians could have their electricity shut off this week as winds increase the potential for fire danger throughout the state.

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  • October 11 @ 2:46 pm

Power shutoffs loom for tens of thousands of Californians amid gusty winds

More than 34,000 Californians may find their electricity shut off this week as winds increase the potential for fire danger throughout the state.

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  • October 11 @ 2:46 pm

Gusty winds could force power shut-offs for tens of thousands of Californians

More than 34,000 Californians could have their electricity shut off this week as winds increase the potential for fire danger throughout the state.

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  • October 11 @ 2:46 pm

Mountain lion badly burned in Bobcat fire dies nearly a year after release back into wild

The female mountain lion, named Monrovia, was the first cougar to be rescued, rehabilitated and released in California, wildlife officials said.

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  • October 11 @ 1:54 pm

‘We’re sorry’: L.A. moves to make amends for wrongs committed against Indigenous people

Father Serra Park in downtown Los Angeles will be renamed in consultation with Native American tribes.

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  • October 11 @ 1:41 pm

California attorney general launches investigation into Orange County oil spill

Stretches of sand in Newport Beach and Huntington Beach reopened to swimmers and surfers as cleanup crews continued combing the shores for oil and tar Monday.

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  • October 11 @ 10:17 am

250,000 pounds of oil debris collected from Orange County shores as beaches reopen

Huntington Beach city and state beaches reopen Monday morning as cleanup crews continue their work combing the shores for vestiges of oil and tar.

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  • October 11 @ 10:17 am

In search of a California dividing line, where Giantslandia starts and Dodgersville ends

You know you’ve come to the right place when you walk in the door of the West End Bar & Grill on a night that will go down in baseball history.

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  • October 11 @ 7:00 am

‘Running out of options’: Fight to protect giant sequoias has gotten experimental

Desperate to protect the giant trees, fire officials have wrapped them in foil and doused them with gel. Some methods have never been tested.

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  • October 11 @ 7:00 am

Column: Forget ‘personal freedom.’ California’s statewide school vaccine mandate will save lives

Gov. Gavin Newsom has set in motion COVID-19 vaccination mandates for all public and private school children — making California the first state to require inoculation for classroom learning.

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  • October 11 @ 7:00 am

Huntington Beach boomed thanks to oil. Now, many see it as blighted barrier to future

Huntington Beach and the oil industry have been intertwined for more than a century. Derricks used to line the beach.

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  • October 11 @ 7:00 am

Huntington Beach and oil were synonymous for decades. Those days are long gone

Huntington Beach and the oil industry have been intertwined for more than a century. Derricks used to line the beach.

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  • October 11 @ 7:00 am

Behind the story: Dialogues between prisoners and those they have harmed

A little-known California prison program facilitates dialogues between prisoners and victims. Some have turned into friendships.

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  • October 11 @ 6:00 am

City, state beaches to reopen in Huntington Beach as crews continue cleanup of O.C. coast

More than 1,400 workers fanned out across the county’s coastline and to area wetlands, wearing hazmat suits and carrying sifting nets as they combed the sand for black tar.

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  • October 10 @ 6:32 pm

More than a week after oil spill, cleanup crews continue combing Orange County beaches

More than 1,400 workers fanned out across the county’s coastline and to area wetlands, wearing hazmat suits and carrying sifting nets as they combed the sand for black tar.

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  • October 10 @ 6:32 pm

Gunman kills woman on Metro train in Hollywood; suspect remains at large

A woman was shot to death aboard a Metro train in Hollywood Sunday morning. Witnesses described the gunman as agitated and pacing before the shooting.

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  • October 10 @ 2:15 pm

As foul odor persists, Carson residents warned to close doors, windows

Officials are working to address an odor emanating from the Dominguez Channel. The mayor says it has been traced to a pipeline leaking hydrogen sulfide.

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  • October 10 @ 1:09 pm

California’s offshore oil rigs are decades old, and industry resists decommissioning them

Oil spills are likely to increase as fossil fuel use tapers, and oil companies put off upgrades to aging infrastructure, experts say.

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  • October 10 @ 7:00 am

Driver who tried to run over pedestrians in Hawthorne dies after attack by crowd, officials say

Detectives are investigating the death of a man who was pulled from his pickup truck after trying to run people over on a Hawthorne sidewalk early Saturday.

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  • October 9 @ 11:55 pm

Unvaccinated Black and Latino residents have the highest COVID-19 rates, L.A. County says

Black and Latino residents who aren’t vaccinated have L.A. County’s highest rate of COVID-19. Unvaccinated white people have the highest death rates.

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  • October 9 @ 10:30 pm

California moves toward ban on gas lawn mowers and leaf blowers

California will outlaw the sale of new gas-powered lawn mowers, leaf blowers and chain saws as early as 2024 under a new law signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom.

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  • October 9 @ 8:32 pm

California moves toward ban on gas lawnmowers and leaf blowers

California will outlaw the sale of new gas-powered lawnmowers, leaf blowers and chainsaws as early as 2024 under a new law signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom.

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  • October 9 @ 8:32 pm

Caged dogs used to be sole source of canine blood supply in California. That’s about to change

Under a bill signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom, California will phase out the controversial use of blood from caged dogs in pet hospitals.

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  • October 9 @ 8:00 pm

California will require large retailers to provide gender neutral toy sections

The new law, which takes effect in 2024, says that retail stores with 500 or more employees must sell some toys and childcare products outside of areas specifically labeled by gender.

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  • October 9 @ 7:58 pm

Orange County oil spill: A week later, water remains off-limits

One week since the Orange County oil spill, several big questions remain: When and how was an oil pipeline damaged? How big was the spill?

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  • October 9 @ 2:34 pm

Orange County oil spill: A week later, the water remains off-limits for surfers, swimmers, fishermen

One week since the Orange County oil spill, several big questions remain: When and how was an oil pipeline damaged? How big was the spill?

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  • October 9 @ 2:34 pm

Caltrans projected to break ground on wildlife bridge over 101 Freeway in January 2022

The bridge will allow mountain lions and other wildlife to cross safely over a busy stretch of the freeway used by an estimated 300,000 vehicles a day.

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  • October 9 @ 11:13 am

Column: The first Koreatown in America, and Riverside’s role in South Korean democracy

Korean founding father Dosan Ahn Chang Ho ran Pachappa Camp as a democracy, and his experiences are foundational to modern South Korean politics and democracy.

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  • October 9 @ 8:00 am

Marine researchers focus on the tiniest victims of Orange County oil spill

Researchers are now examining how oil spills affect the health of a minuscule and mysterious ecosystem called the microbiome.

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  • October 9 @ 8:00 am

Column: Up to 1 million gallons of water … a night? That’s par for some desert golf courses

In drought, are desert golf courses doing their fair share to conserve as the state tackles water shortages?

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  • October 9 @ 7:00 am

Snowy plovers, already a threatened bird, are caught up in Orange County oil spill

The oil spill that fouled the coast threatens the snowy plover at a time when experts were hopeful that the species was making a comeback.

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  • October 9 @ 7:00 am

Vaccine alters California’s coronavirus path: Urban areas improve, rural parts suffer

The death rate in Northern California was more than four times higher over the summer than in the San Francisco Bay Area, where inoculation rates are the most robust.

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  • October 9 @ 7:00 am

Vaccine alters California’s coronavirus path: Urban areas improve, while rural parts suffer

The death rate in Northern California was more than four times higher over the summer than in the San Francisco Bay Area, where inoculation rates are the most robust.

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  • October 9 @ 7:00 am

Los Angeles police shoot barricaded suspect who took hostage downtown, authorities say

After an hours-long standoff in downtown Los Angeles, police shot a suspect who took a hostage and barricaded themselves in a high-rise building, an LAPD spokesman said.

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  • October 8 @ 10:52 pm

Newsom signs bills restricting sentencing enhancements for many crimes

Gov. Gavin Newsom has acted on bills aimed at reducing prison sentences for people convicted of drug- and gang-related crimes, despite concerns from prosecutors that the measures will hinder efforts to protect Californians.

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  • October 8 @ 10:03 pm

Newsom vetoes jaywalking bill aimed at easing fines, targeted enforcement

Gov. Gavin Newsom vetoed AB 1238, which would have allowed people to cross the road when cars are not present without receiving a jaywalking ticket.

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  • October 8 @ 9:58 pm

Giants-Dodgers rivalry sometimes has turned ugly. In San Francisco, few fans forget

As Giants fans prepared to watch Friday’s game, they blamed Dodger enthusiasts for being arrogant, glitzy and unable to hold their liquor.

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  • October 8 @ 9:48 pm

California will crack down on surprise coronavirus testing fees under new law

Senate Bill 510 eliminates any ambiguity about the cost-free provisions, while also making the measure retroactive to March 4, 2020, when Newsom declared a state of emergency for COVID-19.

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  • October 8 @ 9:45 pm

Video shows deputy slam Lancaster student to the ground at school

A Lancaster High School student has filed a legal claim alleging she was body slammed by a sheriff’s deputy at school after refusing to give him her phone.

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  • October 8 @ 7:25 pm

Lancaster student accuses sheriff’s deputy of slamming her to the ground at school

A Lancaster High School student has filed a legal claim alleging she was body slammed by a sheriff’s deputy at school after refusing to give him her phone.

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  • October 8 @ 7:25 pm

N.Y. prosecutors to seek charges against Robert Durst in 1982 disappearance of first wife

Prosecutors in Westchester County, N.Y., will convene a grand jury to weigh charges against real estate scion Robert Durst in the 1982 disappearance of his wife, Kathie.

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  • October 8 @ 5:26 pm

How much would it cost to shut down an offshore oil well in California? Who pays?

Shutting down an offshore platform is costly, and there’s a big gap between the projected decommissioning costs, how much companies have posted in bonds and other financial assurances.

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  • October 8 @ 3:53 pm

Shooting of Mona Rodriguez by school safety officer now a homicide investigation, police say

Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia said the school district ‘absolutely made the right call’ in firing the officer who shot Mona Rodriguez.

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  • October 8 @ 2:33 pm

Damage to oil pipeline may have occurred up to a year before the spill, investigators say

Damage to the pipeline could have occurred weeks or months before the spill, two sources familiar with the investigation tell The Times.

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  • October 8 @ 1:32 pm

Investigators probe whether damage to oil pipeline occurred up to a year before the spill

Damage to the pipeline could have occurred weeks or months before the spill, two sources familiar with the investigation tell The Times.

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  • October 8 @ 1:32 pm

Investigators probe whether damage to oil pipeline occurred weeks before spill

Damage to the pipeline could have occurred weeks or months before the spill, two sources familiar with the investigation told The Times on Friday.

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  • October 8 @ 1:32 pm

Going out? Here are the L.A. businesses that require proof of COVID vaccination

Angelenos will need to make sure they have some kind of inoculation record handy before a night on the town. Here’s where the rules apply.

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  • October 8 @ 12:10 pm

Going out? Here are the L.A. businesses that require proof of COVID-19 vaccination

Angelenos will need to make sure they have some kind of inoculation record handy before a night on the town. Here’s where the rules apply.

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  • October 8 @ 12:10 pm

Going out? Here are the L.A. businesses that require proof of COVID-19 vaccine

Angelenos will need to make sure they have some kind of inoculation record handy before a night on the town. Here’s where the rules apply.

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  • October 8 @ 12:10 pm

A fraud conviction ended his battles for civil rights. 14 years later, Stephen Yagman is back

After serving 29 months in federal prison and staying largely out of sight for another 11 years, famed civil rights lawyer Stephen Yagman is once again brandishing the law.

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  • October 8 @ 8:00 am

Cost overruns hit California bullet train again amid a new financial crunch

The state’s High-Speed Rail Authority faces at least $1 billion in more cost overruns from its contractors, at a time when its finances are highly complicated.

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  • October 8 @ 7:00 am

O.C. oil spill leaves many clues, but so far, few answers

An understanding of the chain of events that led to the Orange County oil spill is playing out like a twist-filled thriller.

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  • October 8 @ 7:00 am

O.C. oil spill leaves many clues, dead ends and mysteries, but few answers

Like other investigations into mechanical failures that have led to catastrophic results, an understanding of the chain of events that led to the Orange County oil spill is playing out like twist-filled thriller.

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  • October 8 @ 7:00 am

L.A. wants your leftover takeout utensils and sauce packets. Here’s where to donate them

Utensils, chopsticks and condiments left over from food delivery can go to good use. The city is collecting them through the month of October to use at a downtown food kitchen and pantry.

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  • October 8 @ 6:00 am

Column One: Millions of sea creatures lived on the Elly platform — Will they survive the oil spill?

The Elly oil platform is a beloved dive site in Southern California. Will the oil spill ruin it forever?

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  • October 8 @ 5:00 am

Dodgers-Giants playoff series puts some California politicians in a bind

Root, root, root for the home team?

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  • October 7 @ 9:34 pm

4 firefighters injured by falling tree in KNP Complex burn zone released from hospital

The crew was seriously injured by the falling tree but released from area hospitals by Friday morning, officials said.

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  • October 7 @ 8:49 pm

Falling tree injures 4 people at KNP Complex fire

Officials confirmed late Thursday night that a falling tree injured four people working on the KNP Complex fire burning in and around Sequoia National Park.

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  • October 7 @ 8:49 pm

Authorities responding to unspecified incident in KNP Complex fire area

Authorities confirmed early Thursday night that they are responding to an incident in the KNP Complex fire area. Initial details were scant.

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  • October 7 @ 8:49 pm

Lawmakers talked of overhauling the state’s embattled medical board. Did they?

Under SB 806, the director of the Department of Consumer Affairs will appoint an enforcement monitor to oversee the medical board’s disciplinary actions and handling of complaints by March 1, 2022.

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  • October 7 @ 7:27 pm

San Jose State president to resign after investigation into athlete sex abuse allegations

Mary Papazian announced her resignation after the Justice Department’s findings that the university violated Title IX over sexual abuse allegations against a former athletic trainer.

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  • October 7 @ 6:42 pm

Newsom signs ‘monumental’ law paving way for more prescribed burns

The new law limits the liability of private landowners and public agencies that use prescribed fires under specified conditions.

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  • October 7 @ 6:24 pm

In coronavirus milestone, San Francisco set to lift some indoor mask rules

San Francisco is set to lift mask requirements in indoor gyms, offices and other places next week — but only if everyone inside is vaccinated.

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  • October 7 @ 5:02 pm

Hundreds of giant sequoias may have burned to death in KNP Complex, Windy fires

The KNP Complex fire may have killed hundreds of sequoia trees in the southern Sierra, and at least 74 have died in the Windy fire, officials said.

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  • October 7 @ 2:46 pm

Column: Here’s something important most people in California are totally ignoring. (No, not Arnold)

Members of the California Citizens Redistricting Commission are quietly mapping the state’s political future.

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  • October 7 @ 2:18 pm

Costs from LAPD fireworks explosion top $1.2 million, with most claims still unresolved

The LAPD’s botched detonation of illegal fireworks in South L.A. has cost more than $1.2 million, even as most claims remain unresolved.

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  • October 7 @ 1:03 pm

Costs from LAPD fireworks explosion top $1.2 million, even with most claims still unresolved

The LAPD’s botched detonation of illegal fireworks in South L.A. has cost more than $1.2 million, even as most claims remain unresolved.

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  • October 7 @ 1:03 pm

Oil, tar wash ashore in San Diego County as O.C. oil spill cleanup extends

A storm that meteorologists say could bring 20 mph winds to the region is moving in, bringing concerns that more oil could reach the Southern California shores.

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  • October 7 @ 12:25 pm

Video shows damage to pipeline at center of oil spill off Orange County coast

Federal sources told The Times this week the displacement is best explained by a ship’s anchor dragging across the ocean floor and hooking into the pipeline.

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  • October 7 @ 12:25 pm

Video shows damaged pipeline as responsible for oil spill off Orange County coast

Federal sources told The Times this week the displacement is best explained by a ship’s anchor dragging across the ocean floor and hooking into the pipeline.

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  • October 7 @ 12:25 pm

Video shows damaged pipeline responsible for oil spill off Orange County coast

Federal sources told The Times this week the displacement is best explained by a ship’s anchor dragging across the ocean floor and hooking into the pipeline.

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  • October 7 @ 12:25 pm

What are L.A. County’s new vaccine verification rules? Here’s what you need to know

The vaccine verification requirement goes into effect at 11:59 p.m. Thursday.

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  • October 7 @ 12:09 pm

Why do unvaccinated COVID survivors also need a vaccine?

Health officials say a coronavirus infection does provide some immunity, but it doesn’t last long enough, given how the pandemic is going.

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  • October 7 @ 11:49 am

German ship no longer under investigation in Orange County oil spill, company says

Rotterdam Express, the ship probed in O.C. oil spill, no longer under investigation, company says.

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  • October 7 @ 11:47 am

What we know about the Rotterdam Express, the ship probed in O.C. oil spill

What we know about Rotterdam Express, the ship probed in O.C. oil spill

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  • October 7 @ 11:47 am

‘A change of seasons’ brings rain, chill and even snow to parts of California

Portions of California will experience a noticeable shift in weather in the coming days, forecasters say.

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  • October 7 @ 11:46 am

Wildlife rescuers fear they are seeing only a fraction of destruction from O.C. oil spill

For workers cleaning up at Talbert Marsh and other wetlands, the visible damage from the Orange County oil spill is only the beginning.

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  • October 7 @ 10:53 am

New laws make it easier for community college students to transfer to 4-year universities

The education package signed by Gov. Newsom includes legislation that will help community college students transfer into four-year universities.

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  • October 7 @ 7:00 am

Oil spill puts spotlight on the magic and fragility of California’s coast

Scientists say shifting currents could push thicker parts of the oil slick ashore, which would be devastating for ecosystems

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  • October 7 @ 7:00 am

Podcast: How COVID-19 nurses get through the day

Hospital nurses have always had tough jobs. Then came COVID-19. Now, a year and a half into the pandemic, they explain how they’re coping.

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  • October 7 @ 7:00 am

Climate change is supercharging California heat waves, and the state isn’t ready

California’s worst heat waves arrive in a one-two punch — high temperatures combined with humid air from Baja.

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  • October 7 @ 7:00 am

Riverside County sheriff was once a member of an extremist group with ties to the Jan. 6 insurrection

Sheriff Chad Bianco acknowledged he was a member of the Oath Keepers in 2014 but left after finding “the group did not offer me anything.”

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  • October 7 @ 7:00 am

How to protect yourself and your loved ones from extreme heat

What are heat-related illnesses and how are they treated? Are they preventable or inevitable? We talked to health experts for the answers.

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  • October 7 @ 7:00 am

New child tax credit may be life changing for the poorest families. But will they sign up?

The same people who could benefit the most are the hardest to reach. Those who haven’t been filing taxes, often because their income is too low, need to affirmatively sign up for the program. Many don’t know it exists.

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  • October 7 @ 7:00 am

Enough is enough. It’s time to phase out offshore oil production in California

Oil helped build Southern California’s 20th-century economy. But in the 21st century, columnist George Skelton writes, offshore production is worth far less than its environmental cost.

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  • October 7 @ 7:00 am

Who can can opt out of school COVID vaccine mandate? California lawmakers eye crackdown

Lawmakers are expressing concerns that allowing broad exemptions in the mandate will undermine the state’s effort to protect schools.

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  • October 7 @ 7:00 am

Big question for Newsom, lawmakers: Who can can opt out of school COVID vaccine mandate?

Lawmakers are expressing concerns that allowing broad exemptions in the mandate will undermine the state’s effort to protect schools.

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  • October 7 @ 7:00 am

Long Beach school district officials fire safety officer after internal review of shooting

The Long Beach Unified School District Board of Education has unanimously voted to fire the safety officer who opened fire last month on a moving car filled with young people, killing a female passenger.

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  • October 6 @ 7:58 pm

UCLA anesthesiologist, vocal against COVID vaccine mandates, is escorted out of workplace

UCLA anesthesiologist Dr. Christopher B. Rake was escorted out of his workplace for not being vaccinated against COVID-19.

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  • October 6 @ 7:33 pm

California and the West can see small glimmers of hope in weather outlooks for October

Drought-stricken California has equal chances of normal temperatures and precipitation.

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  • October 6 @ 5:12 pm

California lawmakers demand more info from two federal agencies on massive oil spill

Federal lawmakers are demanding more information on the massive oil spill off the coast of California as a legislative battle looms over whether to include a ban on future offshore drilling in a scaled-down $3.5-trillion bill.

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  • October 6 @ 5:00 pm

Coast Guard investigates cargo ship that was in the area of massive O.C. oil spill

The Coast Guard investigates a cargo vessel that was in the area before a pipeline break off the Orange County coast spilled 144,000 gallons of oil.

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  • October 6 @ 4:56 pm

Fishermen and foodways begin to feel the squeeze of Orange County’s oil spill

For some fishermen, income from an entire season may be at risk.

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  • October 6 @ 3:34 pm

Woman shot by Long Beach school safety officer dies after being taken off life support

“She’s been dead since the first day she was shot,” Mona Rodriguez’s brother said. “We just kept her artificially alive just so we could kiss her goodbye.”

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  • October 6 @ 3:32 pm

Panel disapproves of LAPD tactics in chaotic standoff with gunman inside a Ralphs

Los Angeles police officers mishandled their response to a gunman inside a Ralphs grocery store last year, the LAPD’s oversight panel rules.

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  • October 6 @ 3:26 pm

Panel disapproves of LAPD tactics in chaotic standoff with gunman inside Ralph’s

Los Angeles police officers mishandled their response to a gunman inside a Ralph’s grocery store last year, the LAPD’s oversight panel rules.

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  • October 6 @ 3:26 pm

Changing weather raises fear that O.C. oil spill could reach more coastal areas

Crews in Huntington Beach and Newport Beach are trying to protect coastlines as much as possible ahead of an approaching storm.

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  • October 6 @ 1:49 pm

L.A. to require proof of COVID vaccination at indoor restaurants, salons, other venues

Customers must present proof of vaccination to enter indoor businesses in Los Angeles starting Nov. 4 under an ordinance approved by the City Council.

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  • October 6 @ 12:37 pm

L.A. to require proof of COVID vaccination at indoor restaurants, salons and other venues

L.A. businesses must require proof of vaccination when customers enter indoor facilities starting Nov. 4.

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  • October 6 @ 12:37 pm

Dismayed by oil spill, some in Huntington Beach say it’s time to end offshore drilling

The spill has left many residents questioning the oil industry off its shore and officials calling for a ban on drilling off the coast.

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  • October 6 @ 10:34 am

From the sky, Coast Guard monitors movement of Orange County oil spill

In the back of the plane with the cargo door open, two flight mechanics looked for oil sheens in the dark teal ocean while reporters on board watched.

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  • October 6 @ 8:31 am

From the sky, U.S. Coast Guard monitors movement of Orange County oil spill

In the back of the plane with the cargo door open, two flight mechanics looked for oil sheens in the dark teal ocean while reporters on board watched.

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  • October 6 @ 8:31 am

California is shaking off the worst of the Delta variant surge

COVID-19 hospitalizations have dropped by half from the summer peak, as California continues to steadily shake off the worst of the Delta surge.

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  • October 6 @ 7:00 am

Podcast: California put homeless people in hotel rooms. Then what?

Project Roomkey, made possible by the pandemic, sheltered thousands of homeless people. Here’s how it both succeeded and failed.

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  • October 6 @ 7:00 am

Drought wants to knock out this small California town. The people who love it are trying to save it

Like many places in the American West dependent on agriculture, Stratford is now a shell of its once vibrant heyday. Ever-rising temperatures and years of drought are making it wither.

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  • October 6 @ 7:00 am

Former USC campus gynecologist’s accusers call for investigation of top university officials

Legal experts said the need for an investigation into whether administrators knew about alleged sexual abuse by Dr. George Tyndall and failed to act should have been obvious.

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  • October 6 @ 7:00 am

How a coast crowded with ships, port gridlock and an anchor may have caused O.C. oil spill

A final determination for the cause of the spill may take months, but Coast Guard investigators have come up with no other explanation than anchor drag, federal sources said.

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  • October 6 @ 7:00 am

Los Angeles shifts water supplies as drought hammers State Water Project

L.A. will use more Colorado River water to reduce reliance on the hard-hit supplies from the State Water Project.

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  • October 6 @ 7:00 am

Woman hospitalized after being shot by Simi Valley police

The woman was taken to a trauma center following the Tuesday night incident.

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  • October 5 @ 11:26 pm

Federal regulation of oil platforms dogged by problems long before O.C. spill

Oil industry experts say the U.S. Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement has long failed to adequately monitor offshore drilling operations.

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  • October 5 @ 10:42 pm

Orange County oil spill: First federal lawsuit filed as residents take stock of losses

The class-action lawsuit filed in Los Angeles Monday alleges lost wages and potential exposure to health hazards.

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  • October 5 @ 9:29 pm

Newsom approves laws to revamp California’s unemployment benefits system

The legislation was signed into law shortly after after Newsom survived a recall election in which those seeking to remove him from office cited problems that included long waits for unemployment benefits for hundreds of thousands of jobless Californians.

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  • October 5 @ 9:13 pm

L.A. homicide suspect fatally shot on freeway by law enforcement

A man wanted on suspicion of killing one family member and wounding two others was fatally shot by police on the side of a freeway, according to law enforcement officials.

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  • October 5 @ 8:25 pm

Newsom ties Orange County oil spill to move away from fossil fuels

At a news conference focused on the oil spill, the California governor made a point about the need to shift away from oil industry-based jobs. “It’s time once and for all to disabuse ourselves that this has to be part of our future,” Newsom said of drilling. “This is part of our past.”

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  • October 5 @ 8:11 pm

L.A. takes a step toward launching a city-owned bank

After a long hiatus, the movement to establish a public bank in Los Angeles is once again moving forward.

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  • October 5 @ 8:10 pm

Ruptured pipeline was shut down more than 3 hours after low pressure alert, officials say

The company that operates the pipeline received an alert of a possible failure at 2:30 a.m. Saturday, federal regulators said.

  • LA Times
  • October 5 @ 5:51 pm

Op-Ed: The Huntington Beach oil spill is a once and future catastrophe

Oil industry and government officials will tout technology’s potential to mitigate the damage on thousands of gallons of oil leaked into the ocean. They know better.

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  • October 5 @ 5:00 pm

Orange County oil spill renews calls to ban offshore drilling

Environmentalists have concerns about aging oil platforms off the California coast, which has reinvigorated debate about new offshore drilling.

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  • October 5 @ 2:59 pm

‘Educators beware!’ TikTok challenge to slap a teacher prompts urgent warning

California education leaders say the challenge follows a trend that encouraged school vandalism last month.

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  • October 5 @ 2:42 pm

Court blocks California from banning privately run U.S. immigration detention centers

The U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals decided 2-1 Tuesday that California’s ban on for-profit prisons may not include federal immigration detention centers.

  • LA Times
  • October 5 @ 2:42 pm

Who knew about the Orange County oil spill and when?

Officials first learned Friday night an oil slick was likely, but it wasn’t until the following evening that the public was told how serious it was.

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  • October 5 @ 1:15 pm

Stormy weather brings more than 3,000 lightning strikes and power outages to SoCal

The storm dropped rain, hail and thunderous jolts Monday night, but dry skies are expected Tuesday.

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  • October 5 @ 12:23 pm

Did a wayward ship anchor cause Orange County oil spill? Here’s what we know

The offshore waters along the Orange and Los Angeles county coasts are teeming with cargo ships waiting to get into the ports of L.A. and Long Beach.

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  • October 5 @ 10:47 am

Despite Friday-night reports, Coast Guard waited until first light Saturday to confirm oil spill

Divers examining the 17.7-mile pipeline found it had been displaced by about 105 feet and had suffered a 13-inch split running parallel to the pipe.

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  • October 5 @ 9:07 am

Despite Friday night reports, Coast Guard waited till first light to confirm oil spill

Divers examining the 17.7-mile pipeline found it had been displaced by about 105 feet and had suffered a 13-inch split running parallel to the pipe.

  • LA Times
  • October 5 @ 9:07 am

Coast Guard says it knew Friday night about leak that led to massive oil spill

Commercial divers hired to examine the 17.7-mile pipeline found it was displaced by about 105 feet and suffered a 13-inch split running parallel to the pipe.

  • LA Times
  • October 5 @ 9:07 am

Frantic fight to protect coast as Orange County oil spill spreads south

The spill reaches Dana Point; Baby Beach is closed. The greatest threat to the shore remains in the area between Huntington Beach and Laguna Beach.

  • LA Times
  • October 5 @ 9:07 am

Frantic fight to protect coast as worsening Orange County oil spill stalks beaches

A map projecting the movements of the oil spill indicates the greatest threat to the shore remains in the area between Huntington Beach and Laguna Beach.

  • LA Times
  • October 5 @ 9:07 am

Orange County oil spill sparks race to save wildlife

The first victims are seabirds, graceful creatures that alight upon the ocean’s surface.

  • LA Times
  • October 5 @ 7:00 am

‘The mood is grim’: Death threats, violence, intimidation mark another pandemic school year

Schools have become the battleground in the cultural war over COVID-19.

  • LA Times
  • October 5 @ 7:00 am

COVID vaccine disinformation a big reason behind low inoculation rates, officials say

Persistent myths about COVID-19 vaccine safety are hobbling efforts to promote the shots in certain parts of California, officials say.

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  • October 5 @ 7:00 am

Column: Nobody could have been surprised by this spill. Now here’s what has to happen

Aging oil drilling infrastructure and lax regulation made the Orange County spill inevitable.

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  • October 5 @ 7:00 am

The story of L.A.’s oddball flag. Wait, L.A. has a flag?

For much of its history, Los Angeles didn’t have a city flag. It does now, and it stands out for its sawtooth bands of bright color, one of which is supposed to represent orange crops.

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  • October 5 @ 6:00 am

Aerial photos capture the scope of the O.C. oil spill

The full scope of the weekend oil spill in Orange County remains unclear.

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  • October 5 @ 1:18 am

Photos: Aerial photos capture the scope of the O.C. oil spill

The full scope of the weekend oil spill in Orange County remains unclear.

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  • October 5 @ 1:18 am

Tesla is ordered to pay former worker $137 million for racism at plant

Tesla lost a trial in which it was accused of turning a blind eye to racial taunts and offensive graffiti at a Northern California plant.

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  • October 4 @ 11:10 pm

Hospice reforms to become law after Times investigation reveals widespread fraud, abuse

Gov. Gavin Newsom signs into law bills aimed at curbing kickbacks and poor treatment in an industry meant to care for the terminally ill.

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  • October 4 @ 10:03 pm

Storm system brings lightning and thunder, but little rain to Southern California

According to the National Weather Service’s Los Angeles area office, most areas in the metro region saw less than 0.10 inches of rain from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday.

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  • October 4 @ 9:48 pm

Anxious waiting game as Orange County oil spill threatens beaches, coves

Officials are flying over the spill multiple times a day to map the oil’s direction and compare it with tides, currents and winds to project the potential impact.

  • LA Times
  • October 4 @ 9:38 pm

California will impose new vaping tax to curb teen use, fund public health programs

The aim of the legislation is to discourage vaping by minors and bring taxes on e-cigarettes more in line with levies on other tobacco products, according to state Sen. Anna Caballero (D-Salinas), who authored SB 395.

  • LA Times
  • October 4 @ 8:35 pm

Officials knew about oil off O.C. coast Friday, sparking new questions about response

California officials received reports of oil in the waters off Huntington Beach on Friday evening, records show.

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  • October 4 @ 7:52 pm

Intense rain bursts, lightning hit parts of Southern California; L.A. beaches closed

Downpours were reported in parts of Orange County as well as Long Beach, parts of southeast Los Angeles County and the San Gabriel Valley.

  • LA Times
  • October 4 @ 7:15 pm

Where is the Orange County oil spill moving, and which beaches are threatened?

The massive oil spill from a 126,000-gallon leak off the Orange County coast is moving south, threatening marine protected areas as well as popular beaches.

  • LA Times
  • October 4 @ 5:20 pm

How you can help with oil spill cleanup efforts

A developing list of what Southern Californians can do to help with the OC oil spill.

  • LA Times
  • October 4 @ 4:37 pm

How the Orange County oil spill compares to those of Santa Barbara, Exxon Valdez and others

While the Orange County spill has leaked at least 126,000 gallons of crude into the ocean, its size is still far less than several other catastrophic spills in California and elsewhere.

  • LA Times
  • October 4 @ 2:00 pm

How Orange County oil spill compares to those of Santa Barbara, Exxon Valdez and others

While the Orange County spill has leaked at least 126,000 gallons of crude into the ocean, its size is still far less than several other catastrophic spills in California and elsewhere.

  • LA Times
  • October 4 @ 2:00 pm

Thunderstorms, swelling tides could hamper oil spill cleanup efforts in Orange County

A low-pressure system will bring a chance of lightning and showers over the Orange County oil spill area, officials said.

  • LA Times
  • October 4 @ 11:34 am

Has the oil leak been stopped? What we know about origin of massive Orange County spill

Divers are completing an intricate inspection of the pipelines on the sea floor, about 80 to 100 feet below the ocean’s surface.

  • LA Times
  • October 4 @ 10:58 am

Newsom declares emergency as investigators probe whether anchor caused O.C. oil spill

The oil likely will continue to encroach on Orange County beaches for the next few days, officials said.

  • LA Times
  • October 4 @ 10:42 am

Coast Guard investigating whether ship anchored at wrong location caused O.C. oil spill

The oil likely will continue to encroach on Orange County beaches for the next few days, officials said.

  • LA Times
  • October 4 @ 10:42 am

Ship anchor probed as possible cause of Orange County oil spill as crude hits beaches

The oil likely will continue to encroach on Orange County beaches for the next few days, officials said.

  • LA Times
  • October 4 @ 10:42 am

O.C. oil spill hits Laguna Beach, threatens marine habitats and forces fishing ban

The oil likely will continue to encroach on Orange County beaches for the next few days, officials said.

  • LA Times
  • October 4 @ 10:42 am

Oil spill threatens Crystal Cove as Orange County cleanup efforts intensify

The oil likely will continue to encroach on Orange County beaches for the next few days, officials said.

  • LA Times
  • October 4 @ 10:42 am

Oil spill threatens Crystal Cove as O.C. cleanup efforts intensify

The oil likely will continue to encroach on Orange County beaches for the next few days, officials said.

  • LA Times
  • October 4 @ 10:42 am

Oil spill reaches Laguna Beach, threatens Crystal Cove in Newport Beach as cleanup efforts intensify

The oil likely will continue to encroach on Orange County beaches for the next few days, officials said.

  • LA Times
  • October 4 @ 10:42 am

Oil reaches Laguna Beach as cleanup efforts intensify after massive spill in Orange County

The oil likely will continue to encroach on Orange County beaches for the next few days, officials said.

  • LA Times
  • October 4 @ 10:42 am

Oil spills have marred the California coast — and shaped our politics

California’s distaste for offshore drilling dates back to the 1969 Santa Barbara oil spill. Here’s a recap of how the state has led the charge against the practice ever since.

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  • October 4 @ 8:00 am

L.A. Mayor Garcetti in ‘confirmation purgatory’ as Biden’s nominations stall

Mayor Eric Garcetti has been forced into a waiting game as Senate Republicans slow the confirmation process for President Biden’s appointees. Garcetti was nominated in July to be U.S. Ambassador to India, but it’s uncertain when his appointment will be heard by the Senate.

  • LA Times
  • October 4 @ 8:00 am

California state park with ties to racist past will now be called by Indigenous name

The name change is the first of its kind for a California park, part of a broad effort to identify and rectify derogatory names attached to state parks and transportation systems, officials said.

  • LA Times
  • October 4 @ 7:30 am

Before O.C. oil spill, platform owner faced bankruptcy, history of regulatory problems

Amplify Energy Corp., the owner of the offshore oil operation, had recently emerged from bankruptcy, while a subsidiary amassed numerous federal noncompliance incidents.

  • LA Times
  • October 4 @ 7:00 am

Column One: ‘Tiny acts of grace’ — the fine art of kitten fostering

Fostering a kitten or puppy can be incredibly hard. But having a golden retriever-Saint Bernard mix helping out makes it easier.

  • LA Times
  • October 4 @ 7:00 am

Oil from massive Orange County spill expected to wash onshore for several days

The pipeline failure caused roughly 130,000 gallons of oil to gush into the Catalina Channel, creating a slick that spanned about 8,320 acres — larger than the size of Santa Monica.

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  • October 4 @ 7:00 am

Column: Reintroducing the series ‘Black L.A.: Looking at Diversity,’ 39 years later

Times columnist Sandy Banks recalls her time working on the “Black L.A.: Looking at Diversity” series in 1982.

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  • October 4 @ 6:00 am

The smell of oil wafted in the air Friday. Why did it take another day to identify massive O.C. spill?

The time it took to determine the scope of the leak has sparked questions from residents and others about how the early hours of the crisis were handled.

  • LA Times
  • October 3 @ 9:42 pm

As oil washes on shore, locals worry about wildlife and rally around first responders

Throughout Sunday afternoon, people gathered at the mouth of the Santa Ana River between Newport and Huntington beaches after a major oil spill caused at least 126,000 gallons of crude to spill into Orange County coastal waters.

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  • October 3 @ 8:40 pm

Oil spill seeps into O.C.’s coastal wetlands, a critical link along migratory bird route

The oil had already killed or poisoned untold numbers of birds, fish and mammals, despoiling their habitat for perhaps years to come.

  • LA Times
  • October 3 @ 4:52 pm

What it was like to surf on day of Orange County oil spill: Frantic dolphins, exhaust smell

What it was like to be surfing the morning of the Orange County oil spill. In a word: surreal.

  • LA Times
  • October 3 @ 3:30 pm

Frantic dolphins, a smell like exhaust: Surfing on day of Orange County oil spill

What it was like to be surfing the morning of the Orange County oil spill. In a word: surreal.

  • LA Times
  • October 3 @ 3:30 pm

Photos: Experts assess oil spill damage at Orange County beaches

A massive oil spill off the Orange County coast has fouled beaches and killed birds and marine life

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  • October 3 @ 3:11 pm

Photos: Major oil spill closes Orange County beaches

A massive oil spill off the Orange County coast is fouling beaches and killing birds and marine life

  • LA Times
  • October 3 @ 3:11 pm

Huge ecological losses feared as Orange County oil spill hits wetlands, marshes

The oil spill had reached the Talbert Marsh and some environmentally sensitive wetlands areas by Sunday morning.

  • LA Times
  • October 3 @ 1:42 pm

What’s closed because of the oil spill in Orange County

The large oil spill off the Huntington Beach coast has prompted closures and safety advisories. At least 126,000 gallons of oil leaked from a platform.

  • LA Times
  • October 3 @ 11:00 am

Orange County oil spill: Beach closures, health advisories, marine life rescue

The large oil spill off the Huntington Beach coast has prompted closures and safety advisories. At least 126,000 gallons of oil leaked from a platform.

  • LA Times
  • October 3 @ 11:00 am

What caused the massive oil spill off Huntington Beach? Here is what we know

What caused the massive oil spill off Huntington Beach? Here is what we know

  • LA Times
  • October 3 @ 10:39 am

Long after Aliso Canyon gas rupture, residents still fear long-term toll on their health

A $1.8-billion settlement over the 2015 gas leak has relieved some residents, but many still seek answers about the consequences to their health.

  • LA Times
  • October 3 @ 8:00 am

Earthquake: Magnitude 3.4 quake reported near San Jose, Calif.

A magnitude 3.4 earthquake was reported at 5:02 a.m. Sunday one mile from San Jose, Calif., according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

  • LA Times
  • October 3 @ 7:19 am

Orange County is still ‘mother ship’ for GOP money, but shift from red to purple accelerates

The county went against the recall effort by 52% to 48% — a narrower margin than Newsom’s overwhelming statewide victory but still a significant result in the former conservative bastion.

  • LA Times
  • October 3 @ 7:00 am

Huntington Beach air show canceled due to massive oil spill off Orange County coast

The final day of a popular air show in Huntington Beach was canceled after a massive spill brought oil onshore and threatened wildlife and wetlands.

  • LA Times
  • October 3 @ 3:59 am

L.A. prepares to clear homeless people from MacArthur Park; set to close Oct. 15 for ‘rehabilitation’ w

Billed by the city as a “rehabilitation,” the closure is limited to the portion of the park south of Wilshire Boulevard and will last for about 10 weeks.

  • LA Times
  • October 2 @ 8:26 pm

Los Angeles police shoot man armed with a knife after he allegedly stabbed a woman in Hollywood

The shooting took place around 11 a.m. Saturday in the area of Highland Avenue and Hollywood Boulevard.

  • LA Times
  • October 2 @ 7:34 pm

Major oil spill hits Orange County coast after 126,000 gallons leak from pipeline

An oil slick believed to have originated from a pipeline leak poured into the the waters off Newport Beach. A stretch of Huntington Beach is closed.

  • LA Times
  • October 2 @ 6:24 pm

A 13-square-mile oil slick off the Orange County coast hit Huntington Beach Saturday night

An oil slick believed to have originated from a pipeline leak poured into the the waters off Newport Beach. A stretch of Huntington Beach is closed.

  • LA Times
  • October 2 @ 6:24 pm

Oil spill off the coast of Orange County expected to hit beaches tonight

An oil slick believed to have originated from a pipeline leak poured into the the waters off Newport Beach. A stretch of Huntington Beach is closed.

  • LA Times
  • October 2 @ 6:24 pm

Cleanup efforts mobilize for 13-square-mile oil slick off Newport Beach

An oil slick believed to have originated from a pipeline leak poured into the the waters off Newport Beach. A stretch of Huntington Beach is closed.

  • LA Times
  • October 2 @ 6:24 pm

Coast Guard rushes to contain 13-square-mile oil slick off Newport Beach

An oil slick believed to have originated from a pipeline leak poured into the the waters off Newport Beach on Saturday. U.S. Coast Guard officials believe it will be quickly contained.

  • LA Times
  • October 2 @ 6:24 pm

Hot, dry weather challenges crews fighting California wildfires

Firefighters are working to protect homes and giant sequoia groves from two wildfires burning in the southern Sierra.

  • LA Times
  • October 2 @ 5:48 pm

Thousands participate in fifth annual Women’s March in downtown Los Angeles

The march was focused on support for reproductive rights, part of a nationwide series of demonstrations against Texas’ near-total abortion ban.

  • LA Times
  • October 2 @ 4:18 pm

Magnitude 3.5 earthquake strikes Oakland

A magnitude 3.5 earthquake centered near the city’s zoo shook Oakland on Saturday.

  • LA Times
  • October 2 @ 2:46 pm

‘The Loneliest Americans’: A conversation about Asian Americans and race with Jay Caspian Kang

Columnist Frank Shyong interviews friend and fellow journalist Jay Caspian Kang about Kang’s new book, his family and Asian American political identity.

  • LA Times
  • October 2 @ 8:00 am

Coastal erosion in San Clemente threatens railroad tracks, pricey homes

The forces at work along this beach and the rest of the California coast cannot, in the long run, be stopped by a stack of boulders.

  • LA Times
  • October 2 @ 7:57 am

Photos: Pacific Airshow thunders over Huntington Beach this weekend

The 5th annual Huntington Beach Airshow began Friday morning at the beach in Surf City, continuing through Sunday afternoon.

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  • October 2 @ 12:07 am

Photos: Pacific Airshow roars over Huntington Beach this weekend

The 5th annual Huntington Beach Airshow began Friday morning at the beach in Surf City, continuing through Sunday afternoon.

  • LA Times
  • October 2 @ 12:07 am

Earthquake: 3.2 quake reported in Oakland

A magnitude 3.2 earthquake was reported Friday evening at 7:15 p.m. in Oakland, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

  • LA Times
  • October 1 @ 9:23 pm

National Guard activated to assist beleaguered hospitals in rural California

Medical teams were dispatched to three hospitals where exhausted staff are weathering another surge of COVID-19 infections and deaths.

  • LA Times
  • October 1 @ 8:44 pm

Cargo train fire injures two people in Riverside County

A train carrying lithium batteries and other potentially hazardous materials caught fire Friday in Palm Desert, leaving two people in the hospital with ‘critical burn injuries,’ officials said.

  • LA Times
  • October 1 @ 6:46 pm

Young mother shot by Long Beach school officer to be taken off life support

The family of Mona Rodriguez, the mother of a 5-month old boy, wants the officer to be criminally charged.

  • LA Times
  • October 1 @ 6:07 pm

California school COVID vaccine mandate: What to know

The mandate would take effect for grades 7 through 12 the semester after the FDA’s full approval of the vaccine for children 12 and older.

  • LA Times
  • October 1 @ 2:32 pm

KNP Complex fire triggers flurry of new evacuations, as flames threaten more giant sequoia trees

The KNP Complex fire triggered its first evacuation warnings for Fresno, along with new orders, as it sears rugged terrain in Sequoia National Park.

  • LA Times
  • October 1 @ 1:54 pm

What we know about vaccine safety for schoolchildren as California sets mandate

Public health officials have said that the vaccine is safe for children and that getting them inoculated would help speed up herd immunity.

  • LA Times
  • October 1 @ 1:23 pm

Newsom orders COVID vaccines for eligible students, the first state mandate for K-12 schools

The COVID vaccine mandate would apply to students 12 and older after they become eligible for a fully authorized vaccine.

  • LA Times
  • October 1 @ 12:13 pm

Newsom orders COVID vaccines for eligible students, the first K-12 school mandate in nation

The COVID vaccine mandate would apply to students 12 and older after they become eligible for a fully authorized vaccine.

  • LA Times
  • October 1 @ 12:13 pm

Britney Spears celebrates court ruling with naked pictures from the tropics

Britney Spears enjoys an island getaway with her fiancé while Gov. Gavin Newsom signs a #FreeBritney-inspired conservatorship reform bill back home.

  • LA Times
  • October 1 @ 11:27 am

L.A. redistricting panel approves draft map but avoids decision on Raman and Krekorian

The draft map would dramatically redesign districts represented by Councilmembers Paul Krekorian and Nithya Raman.

  • LA Times
  • October 1 @ 11:22 am

Shooting of unarmed teen by Long Beach school police sparks outrage, questions

Independent law enforcement experts interviewed by The Times have raised serious concerns about the incident based on videos of the shooting.

  • LA Times
  • October 1 @ 10:34 am

Can I be evicted? L.A. County tenant protections explained

The city of Los Angeles still has a moratorium that forbids landlords from evicting tenants who have not paid rent because of the pandemic.

  • LA Times
  • October 1 @ 7:00 am

Most California health workers got vaccinated, but holdouts could be fired

Thousands of workers remain unvaccinated, but they seem to represent a fraction of California’s 2.4 million healthcare workers.

  • LA Times
  • October 1 @ 7:00 am

UC could add 20,000 seats for students by 2030 to meet surging enrollment demand

The University of California is planning to increase enrollment, potentially by 20,000 students, by 2030 as it launches a comprehensive effort to meet surging demands for seats.

  • LA Times
  • October 1 @ 7:00 am

18 months into pandemic, a rural California county records its first COVID-19 death

Alpine County, sparsely populated and tucked into the Sierra Nevada, has no hospitals, no ventilators and no ICU beds.

  • LA Times
  • October 1 @ 7:00 am

Nurses have had a tough year (and then some). You can learn from their resilience

Four front-line nurses in Southern California and one academic discuss their mental health during the pandemic and how they have built and maintained resilience.

  • LA Times
  • October 1 @ 6:00 am

Nurses have had a tough year (and then some). How they’ve stayed resilient

Four front-line nurses in Southern California and one academic discuss their mental health during the pandemic and how they have built and maintained resilience.

  • LA Times
  • October 1 @ 6:00 am

Op-Ed: Happy New Water Year — Californians have to face some difficult wet season truths

The water year starts now. If it’s wet or dry, the fact remains — there is no new water to be had in the West.

  • LA Times
  • October 1 @ 5:00 am

As virus cases drop, when might the mandatory mask order in L.A. County end?

Even as other areas move to lift similar requirements, health experts indicate L.A. County’s mask mandate will be in place until transmission levels significantly drop.

  • LA Times
  • September 30 @ 9:56 pm

‘No justification’ for shooting by Long Beach school safety officer, experts say

The Long Beach school safety officer who opened fire on a moving car filled with young people may have violated policy, according to documents obtained by The Times and several law enforcement experts.

  • LA Times
  • September 30 @ 8:50 pm

Column: A returned Bruce’s Beach? Police reform? It was a good day for Black Californians

Where the federal government has failed, California enacted new laws that will finally address police misconduct and set an example for reparations.

  • LA Times
  • September 30 @ 7:25 pm

New campsites at a fire-prone park in the dry Sierra? California just said yes

The California State Park and Recreation Commission approved a plan that would allow up to 142 new campsites to be built in a park prone to wildfires.

  • LA Times
  • September 30 @ 5:28 pm

Photos: Bruce’s Beach property authorized to return to family

Gov. Gavin Newsom has authorized the return of property known as Bruce’s Beach to the descendants of a Black couple who had been run out of Manhattan Beach almost a century ago.

  • LA Times
  • September 30 @ 5:08 pm

California will consider mandatory water restrictions if dryness continues this winter

If California drought persists, state officials say they will consider imposing mandatory water restrictions.

  • LA Times
  • September 30 @ 4:06 pm

Former Long Beach police officer indicted on federal child pornography charges

Anthony Mark Brown, 57, a 27-year veteran of the Long Beach Police Department, could face 80 years in prison.

  • LA Times
  • September 30 @ 3:20 pm

Bruce’s Beach can return to descendants of Black family in landmark move signed by Newsom

Gov. Gavin Newsom authorizes returning the land known as Bruce’s Beach to the descendants of a Black couple that had been run out of Manhattan Beach.

  • LA Times
  • September 30 @ 2:46 pm

Mother of decapitated children is charged with murder in Lancaster slayings

The 44-year-old woman was charged with two counts each of murder and felony child endangerment in the deaths of her son, 12, and daughter, 13.

  • LA Times
  • September 30 @ 2:23 pm

Warden of female prison where celebs served time charged with sexually abusing inmate

A warden at the all-female federal prison where Lori Laughlin and Felicity Huffman recently served time is accused of sexually assaulting an inmate.

  • LA Times
  • September 30 @ 2:15 pm

Gov. Newsom approves sweeping reforms to law enforcement in California

The changes include raising the minimum age for officers to 21 and allowing badges to be taken away for excessive force, dishonesty and racial bias.

  • LA Times
  • September 30 @ 1:06 pm

Universal Studios, Six Flags are requiring COVID vaccines or tests: How it will work

The new requirement, outlined in an L.A. County health order, starts Oct. 7 and will be in effect during the busy weeks leading up to Halloween.

  • LA Times
  • September 30 @ 12:08 pm