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Garrett Richards has second bad out...

Garrett Richards has second bad outing in a row for Angels

Garrett Richards has second bad out...

Garrett Richards has second bad outing in a row for Angels

Garrett Richards has second bad out...

Garrett Richards has second bad outing in a row for Angels

Garrett Richards has second bad out...

Garrett Richards has second bad outing in a row for Angels

Angels' timing troubles contribute ...

Angels' timing troubles contribute to slump out of the break

California panel calls for full rev...

California panel calls for full revamp of state parks funding, upkeep

LA Weekly

Drugs, Diamonds, International Intr...

Drugs, Diamonds, International Intrigue — You Won't Believe Two Hollywood Producers' Crazy Backstory

Remington Chase and Stefan Martirosian should be on top of the world. In the last two years, they have produced a dozen films, including Lone Survivor, starring Mark Wahlberg as a Navy SEAL fighting for his life in Afghanistan. Two years ago, no one in the industry had heard of them, but...

Can Hyperloop Actually Be Built?

Can Hyperloop Actually Be Built?

The next big deal — or debate — in the transportation field isn't a Jetsons-style flying car, high-speed train or monorail. It's the Hyperloop, a 19th-century mailroom technology with a 21st-century twist. Instead of sucking documents through a pneumatic tube from the basement mailroo...

Rental Pain and Lone Survivor: Read...

Rental Pain and Lone Survivor: Readers Respond

Movin' on Down

The rent is too damn high! Or so last week's cover proclaimed. Inside, writers Hillel Aron, Farley Elliott, Amanda Lewis and Jill Stewart detailed the ways in which young creatives are dealing with L.A.'s growing lack of affordability — by moving in with someone else's...

NBC Los Angeles

President Talks Housing on Day 2 in...

President Talks Housing on Day 2 in SoCal

President Barack Obama is scheduled to participate in an online discussion on housing before visiting with troops and their families at Camp Pendleton.
Obama on Leno: Don't Overreact to T...

Obama on Leno: Don't Overreact to Terror Threat

President Barack Obama gave an unexpectedly serious and wide-ranging interview to Jay Leno on Tuesday night, weighing in on a terror threat, U.S. tensions with Russia and even his recent lunch with...Photo Credit: AP
Yahoo! is Getting a New Logo

Yahoo! is Getting a New Logo

Yahoo! is changing its iconic logo for the first time in almost two decades. For the next 30 days, until its unveiling on Sept. 4, the Internet search giant will feature a different logo on its home page. One o
Obstacle Course Racers Deal With "S...

Obstacle Course Racers Deal With "Spartan Rash"

A number of amateur athletes who participated in an extreme obstacle course race in Marseilles, Ill., more than two weeks ago continue to deal with a severe rash that has spread across their bodies since...Photo Credit: Elizabeth Lupo
Father, 1-Year-Old Boy Killed by Gu...

Father, 1-Year-Old Boy Killed by Gunfire in Oakland

Three weeks after an 8-year-old Oakland girl was shot to death at a slumber party, a 1-year-old boy was gunned down Wednesday morning, earning him the newest, and most unfortunate, ranking of becoming...Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area
Powerball Jackpot Climbs to $425 Mi...

Powerball Jackpot Climbs to $425 Million

Wednesday's Powerball jackpot is now at an estimated $425 million, the third largest jackpot ever. The jackpot began as a $40 million prize on June 26 and rose to the $425 million mark after 12 draws without...Photo Credit: NBC 6 South Florida

Biz Journals

Nurses, others rally for single-pay...

Nurses, others rally for single-payer system of Medicare

Registered nurses and other supporters of a single-payer health care system took to the streets in 15 cities Wednesday in support of Medicare for all. The Campaign for a Healthy California, a coalition of more than 80 organizations that organized the event, is committed to finishing the job of health care reform in California by promoting the expansion of Medicare. The goal is to transform the current system ? where quality of care and access to services are dependent on the ability to pay ??
Dave Jones: Data shows steep insura...

Dave Jones: Data shows steep insurance rate hikes ... in 2014

In a pre-emptive strike against what are expected to be lower-than-expected health plan rates for 2015, California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones took to the bully pulpit Tuesday to rail against rate hikes in 2014 as well as rally support for a rate regulation initiative on the November ballot. Average rate increases this year were between 22 and 88 percent, after considering variation for geographic location and age, Jones said in a morning news conference. His office launched a study after?
California governor signs trade pac...

California governor signs trade pact with Mexico

On the final day of a Mexican trade and investment tour, Gov. Jerry Brown signed a broad economic agreement with Mexican officials to work on advanced manufacturing, alternative energy and other industries that California has identified as most promising. The nonbinding agreement will enable Mexican companies to access the administration?s iHUBS, or Innovation Hubs that give hiring tax credits to companies entering areas of low employment. Specifically, the memorandum of understanding calls to?
Study: 1 in 3 Americans have debt i...

Study: 1 in 3 Americans have debt in collections

Approximately one in three Americans with credit histories, or 77 million people, are so far behind on some debts that they are in collections, according to new findings from the Urban Institute. CNNMoney reports the study looked at all nonmortgage debts, including car loans, medical bills, credit cards, child support payments and even parking tickets. Debts in collections ranged from $25 to $125,000, with an average amount of $5,200. Nevada had the highest percentage of residents with debt in?
Study: 3.4 million previously unins...

Study: 3.4 million previously uninsured Californians now covered

Nearly six in 10 previously uninsured Californians ? about 3.4 million ? report getting health insurance since last summer, according to new data from the Kaiser Family Foundation. Among the 58 percent newly insured, 44 percent say they gained coverage through Medi-Cal. Another 21 percent now are covered by an employer and 16 percent say they got insurance through Covered California. Eighteen percent say they signed up with other individual market coverage or got it ?somewhere else.? The?
Santa Monica to decide on water rat...

Santa Monica to decide on water rationing

Californians have failed to voluntarily cut their water usage by 20 percent, as Gov. Jerry Brown called for in January, so now the Santa Monica City Council is considering a mandatory conservation effort. At the Aug. 12 meeting, city staff will ask the Council to declare a Stage II water emergency that will include the implementation of water budgets, require all customers to decrease their water consumption and provide a fee schedule for violators, according to the Santa Monica Daily Press. The?

LA Daily News

Ex-L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa ...

Ex-L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa to be 'visiting fellow' at Harvard

Former Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa will be a "visiting fellow" this fall at Harvard's Institute of Politics, where he will lead discussions and participate in study groups with the university's students, it was announced Monday.
Brown gives reprieve from tickets a...

Brown gives reprieve from tickets at broken meters

Gov. Jerry Brown on Monday signed into law a measure banning cities from ticketing people who park at broken meters, although Los Angeles officials had asked him to veto the bill.
LAFD Capt. Matthew McKnight, 51, co...

LAFD Capt. Matthew McKnight, 51, collapses and dies at 9-1-1 dispatch center

A veteran firefighter captain collapsed and died while working at the city dispatch center early Monday morning.
Court throws out LAPD impound polic...

Court throws out LAPD impound policy that allowed officers to release cars of unlicensed drivers

A Superior Court judge on Wednesday threw out a controversial Los Angeles Police Department policy that allowed officers to release impounded vehicles to unlicensed drivers sooner than the 30-day period spelled out under state law.
Pot-farm raid in Topanga State Park...

Pot-farm raid in Topanga State Park yields $2.5 million worth of marijuana

Park rangers raided a pot farm hidden amid chaparral in Topanga State Park on Friday, and removed marijuana plants with an estimated street value of $2.
'Breaking Bad' episode dedicated to...

'Breaking Bad' episode dedicated to late Calabasas teen Kevin Cordasco

For family and friends of Calabasas teen Kevin Cordasco, watching the first episode of "Breaking Bad"'s final season Sunday night -- dedicated in his memory -- was a bittersweet experience.

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