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In LA, community health workers are part of the medical team
Doctor Janina Morrison speaks with patient Jorge Colorado, 49, and daughter Margarita Lopez about Colorado's diabetes on Thursday, October 8, 2015 at Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center. Photo by Heidi de Marco/KHN. By Anna Gorman, Kaiser ...

These once-unheralded high school athletes are now on everyone's radars
They were underrated, underappreciated and under-publicized when the high school football season began. Seven weeks later, these athletes have thrust themselves into the conversation as top players, based on their performance in games rather than by ...

Students participate in LA bike tour with CicLAvia
Students and community members gathered on Trousdale Parkway Sunday morning in preparation for the Bike on Fig to CicLAvia event, which gave riders a chance to explore the heart of Los Angeles on “car-free” streets. The event was coordinated by ...

LA Kings Fans Blame 'Taylor Swift Curse' For Rocky Start
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A Staples Center banner commemorating pop singer Taylor Swift has become a recent focus of Los Angeles Kings fans, who blame the banner for the team's rocky start to the 2015-16 season. The Kings, opening up their ...

Essential California: LAPD's deadly car chases
Bystanders are injured in 1 in 10 LAPD pursuits. An analysis by the Los Angeles Times finds that's about twice the rate of police chases in the rest of the state. Critics believe the LAPD creates dangerous situations by pursuing suspects for relatively ...

Growing homeless problem prompts HUD leader, local officials to meet
A shoeless homeless person sleep beneath a blanket on a bus bench on South Grand Avenue in Los Angeles. Julian Castro, U.S. secretary of Housing and Urban Development, is set to meet with Los Angeles officials Tuesday to discuss the issue of ...

LA set to settle with man wrongly convicted of killing mother
Bruce Lisker waves to a phalanx of media waiting at the front entrance of Mule Creek State Prison minutes after he was released from prison in 2009. Bruce Lisker waves to a phalanx of media waiting at the front entrance of Mule Creek State Prison ...

Q & A with Dine LA's Stacey Sun
Southern California native Stacey Sun and her family have been passionate about food for as long as she can remember. “Food is very much ingrained in the Chinese culture,” Sun says. “My parents would obsess over things like -- what restaurant makes the ...

For the record
Water disputes: In the Oct. 15 Business section, an article about legal fights over water systems included a quote from a California Court of Appeal decision about monopolists being unpopular and King George III's "chokehold" on government. A ...

Reports: Lamar Odom Transferred From Las Vegas To LA For Further Treatment
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Lamar Odom has been transferred from a Las Vegas hospital to a Los Angeles facility for further treatment, ESPN and other news outlets reported Monday night. ESPN, along with TMZ and E! News, reported that Odom flew in ...

Essential California: A higher ed love triangle
The drought's damage could result in the loss of 120 million trees -- or as much as 20% of the state's forest. That's what biologist Greg Asner believes after spending three weeks flying out of Sacramento and Bakersfield to survey the situation ...

Vanessa Traina Snow opens a shoppable apartment on Melrose Place
Vanessa Traina Snow, designer muse and stylish daughter of novelist Danielle Steel, has brought her home-as-store concept Apartment by the Line to Los Angeles, two years after opening in New York City's Soho. Now open on Melrose Place, the ...

First public meeting to pick a new LA schools chief is small but gets lively
About two dozen people showed up Monday evening to the Roybal Learning Center just west of downtown, to talk about what they want in a new L.A. schools chief. Consultant Hank Gmitro, a retired superintendent, led the meeting. About two dozen people ...

Suspected DUI driver killed by LA sheriff's deputy following chase
Crime scene investigators collect evidence after a motorist who allegedly tried to run over a Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy was shot by the deputy and died. Crime scene investigators collect evidence after a motorist who allegedly tried to run ...

How Black Lives Matter became a thorn in the side for LA leaders
Black Lives Matter protesters swarm L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti's car after a community meeting was cut short Monday night at Holman United Methodist Church in South Los Angeles. Black Lives Matter protesters swarm L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti's car after a ...

How Black Lives Matter became a thorn in the side of LA leaders
Black Lives Matter protesters swarm L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti's car after a community meeting was cut short Monday night at Holman United Methodist Church in South Los Angeles. Black Lives Matter protesters swarm L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti's car after a ...

Council committee votes to exempt retired cops from LA ammunition law
Less than three months after the Los Angeles City Council thrust itself into a national debate over gun control by unanimously voting to ban firearm magazines that hold more than 10 rounds of ammunition, city lawmakers could exempt some retired or ...

LA leaders ask HUD secretary for more money to combat homelessness
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julian Castro meets with Jennifer Campbell, who is homeless, on skid row during the Los Angeles Mission homeless count on Jan. 29, 2015. Castro was back in L.A. on Tuesday to talk with city and county ...

Bob Barker trips on LA sidewalk and injures his head
Bob Barker, longtime host of "The Price Is Right," tripped and fell Tuesday, resulting in several cuts to his head and a visit to the hospital, authorities said. Barker was walking outside his home in the 1800 block of Outpost Drive in the Hollywood ...

Black Lives Matter's disruptive tactics test LA leaders
A year ago, protests over police treatment of African Americans drew hundreds to the streets of Los Angeles, where marchers blocked traffic and made their way onto the city's busy freeways. Today, the big crowds have faded. But a cadre of activists ...

Casey Wasserman Says Olympics Could Boost L.A. 'Almost Unlike Anything Else'
Casey Wasserman, who is chairing Los Angeles bid committee for the 2024 Olympics, says that the event “has the ability to elevate the city almost unlike anything else,” and he defended the push to secure the games even as the region faces pressing ...

Water bills will creep up next year in LA because we've conserved so much
Water bills for DWP customers will rise about $1.80 per month next year to offset a loss of revenue from L.A. residents' conservation efforts. Water bills for DWP customers will rise about $1.80 per month next year to offset a loss of revenue from L.A ...

Why hundreds of billboards that violate LA city permits escape enforcement
This billboard on Santa Monica Blvd. is among some 391 identified in a Los Angeles city inventory of signs that were altered without city permission. Most of those signs had a second face added, some were made larger or taller. Sharon McNary/KPCC ...

LA controller warns of City Hall's aging workforce
City Controller Ron Galperin, seen in 2013, has warned city leaders about the aging workforce at City Hall. City Controller Ron Galperin, seen in 2013, has warned city leaders about the aging workforce at City Hall. (Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles ...

UCLA tattoos: LA leaves its mark on Jaleel Wadood
UCLA defensive back Jaleel Wadood speaks with Times correspondent Lindsey Thiry about his tattoos and how his love of Los Angeles -- and passion for football and UCLA -- helped shape the life story he tells across his chest. UCLA defensive back Jaleel ...

LA coroner investigating case of stolen leg
The Los Angeles County coroner suspects that a staff member leaked details regarding a stolen leg. The Los Angeles County coroner suspects that a staff member leaked details regarding a stolen leg. (Ken Hively / Los Angeles Times). Matt Hamilton and ...

Fire Reported in West LA High-Rise Turns Out to be Dust
A fire broke out in the West Los Angeles area Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2015, in a high-rise building, officials confirmed. A fire was reported in the West Los Angeles area Wednesday night in a high-rise building that officials later determined to be dust ...

Donated Human Leg Stolen From Van After Leaving Coroner's Lab
A human leg that was being transported for tissue donation was stolen from a parked van in downtown LA while employees of the nonprofit in possession of the body part were grabbing a bite to eat, county officials confirmed Wednesday night. Kate Larsen ...

LA theater openings, Oct. 25-Nov. 1: Astrid Hadad and more
This week: Halloween is at hand with spooky shows for every taste, including not one but two productions of "The Addams Family" musical. Drempels Actors' Repertory Theatre stages this musical fantasy-comedy about a race of tiny humans. Santa Monica ...

LA city commission opposes 'amnesty' for billboards with permit problems
For years, Los Angeles officials have wrestled with how to clamp down on the proliferation of billboards across the city without trampling the rights of outdoor advertising companies that have built up a powerful lobbying force at City Hall. On ...


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