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The Scottish actor and producer posted an image of his destroyed home on Twitter. [Read More]
Sweeping reforms to the way California funds its public schools appear to be lifting student achievement, but this state may need to do and spend... [Read More]
Celebrating a decade of Taste At The Beach celebrations, the Hermosa Beach Kiwanis Club served up its latest annual array of entrees, wines, craft beers... [Read More]
By Chad Terhune, California Healthline Hospitals have gobbled up nearly 40 percent of physician practices in California, leading to higher bills for patients, a new study... [Read More]
By Eileen Shields, Contributing reporterOpen barely a month in a slip of a spot on Pier Avenue in Hermosa Beach, ITA is a test location... [Read More]
The two show-biz veterans traded affectionate barbs and performed at the food and wine festival, raising money for Torrance Memorial Medical Center . [Read More]
When visiting the pristine halls of the Little Sisters of the Poor in San Pedro sneak a peek into some of the spotless, cozy rooms.Clearly... [Read More]
By Nicholas Ingram, Contributing Reporter It was all about the smiles Los Angeles Lakers guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope saw while participating in the 22nd annual community... [Read More]
The oddest Elvis contest of all times – and the fans at Saint Rocke were the winners. [Read More]
George and Helen Alvarez greeted customers with handshakes and hugs as they reopened George's 50's Diner to a grateful throng of happy, hungry neighbors in... [Read More]
They are super clean, often found grooming themselves and others, and are extremely social pets who love contact with their owners. [Read More]
By Liz Szabo, California Healthline Sherry Young just wanted to be able to walk without pain. About three years ago, she began to experience sharp... [Read More]
Right on the ballot, just below his or her name, California law affords each person running for office a designation. Like an ultra-pithy, last-minute advertisement,... [Read More]
"You could call Gigi the First Lady of the Aquarium," former Mayor Beverly O'Neill said Monday.  ... [Read More]
Asssemblywoman Shirley Weber, D-San Diego, the primary author, said the bill is needed to correct the failure of the Local Control Funding Formula, as written,... [Read More]
Some say the have-naloxone-will-carry recommendation is at best limited in what it can achieve, in part because the drug is relatively expensive. [Read More]
Senate Bill 827, which would have forced cities to allow taller, denser development around public transit, got only four votes on the 13-member Senate Committee on... [Read More]
The once-dominant company decided to close or sell its remaining stores after its executives met with creditors Wednesday, according to three people briefed on the... [Read More]
By JOHN FENSTERWALD, EdSource California legislators have confirmed what several high-profile reports and nearly anyone involved with students with disabilities have been saying for years... [Read More]
California law allows doctors to involuntarily confine a person with a mental disorder if they are a danger to themselves or others. But what constitutes imminent... [Read More]
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