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Parents and students gathered Monday outside a middle school in Brentwood to demand the return of a teacher who is accused in a lawsuit of making racially charged remarks in class.
Real estate heir and murder suspect Robert Durst, who has been charged with killing a woman in Benedict Canyon nearly 15 years ago, was ordered Monday to remain jailed without bail in New Orleans.
A Santa Barbara County woman Monday hospitalized for Ebola symptoms has tested negative for the virus, according to officials.
A former NFL player is expected to enter a plea deal in court Monday to resolve rape charges filed against him in four separate states.
Students at a Granada Hills high school were set to celebrate Monday after their school’s victory in the California Academic Decathlon.
A proposed class action lawsuit alleges consumers face a serious health threat from dozens of California wineries due to extremely elevated levels of poisonous inorganic arsenic.
Police Chief Charlie Beck said Thursday his department is dealing with an increase in gang crime in Los Angeles.
Gov. Jerry Brown Thursday will announce new emergency relief legislation as California heads into a fourth drought year.
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A proposal to hike the minimum wage in Los Angeles to $15.25 per hour by 2019 would have more benefits than drawbacks, according to UC Berkeley report.
State officials have stripped Blue Shield of California of its tax-exempt status, an exemption the nonprofit health insurer has held since its founding in 1939.
The world’s most famous coffee shop is looking to stir up conversation about race relations.
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State water officials Tuesday voted in favor of new changes for water usage as California heads into a fourth drought year.
Mayor Eric Garcetti is a man on the move.
Councilman Dennis Zine presented KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO with a proclamation and cake in recognition of the station’s “Carmageddon” coverage.