A separate youth facility at Barry J. Nidorf Juvenile Hall in Sylmar can’t be shut down unless the state closes a loophole in a law enacted three years ago.
Fateful phone call revealing threat foreshadowed impending legal, financial troubles for Palos Verdes Estates palmist.
The real problem in L.A. is that there is a shortage of affordable permanent housing.
An error in the ninth inning allows Castaic to rally for a 6-5 victory over previously undefeated Ganesha in the CIF State Southern California Division V Regional championship game.
Opening day was 61 degrees and temps generally remained below normal, columnist David Allen observes. He also parses the attendance figures.
As St. Barnabas Episcopal Church in Pasadena turns 100, its leaders and members are reflecting on a history in which its founders faced America’s Jim Crow-era head on.
Carol Henry, a Pasadenan and longtime supporter of local music organizations, was honored on May 19 in a benefit for Camerata Pacifica at Vibiana in Downtown Los Angeles.
Vista de J.J. Rodriguez will provide affordable housing to low-income families, survivors of domestic violence and those experiencing homelessness.
With the economic impacts of the Jan. 21 mass shooting in Monterey Park long lasting, a loan application support center is opening up this month to aid affected businesses.
The 14-theater building, an anchor attraction for the mall, has been closed for more than 3 years. But now, Regal Pasadena seeks to draw foot traffic to the site.
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Fending off a U.S. default, the Senate has given final approval to a debt ceiling and budget cuts package. It's now on its way to President Joe Biden’s desk to become law before a fast-approaching deadline. The Senate ground through late-night voting Thursday to wrap up work on the hard-fought deal. The compromise package negotiated between Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy leaves neither Republicans nor Democrats fully pleased with the outcome. But the result cuts spending for two years...