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The weekly rankings shuffle after the first two rounds of the CIF-SS girls basketball playoffs.
Countywide, 2,284 homes sold, down 26.6 percent in a year. Median price: $700,000 up 0.7 percent in a year.
General manager Rob Blake is making good on his pledge to make moves that will improve the team for the future.
Democrats who run California aren’t sounding the alarm. Yes, income receipts are down, they say, but it’s not because the rich are leaving for Las Vegas. They just no longer have an incentive to make earlier state tax payments.
Millions of taxpayers rely on a refund every spring. But because of lower rates, the loss of some deductions and the addition of new tax breaks in the overhaul, they're not seeing the refunds they’re used to.
No one was seriously injured and one person was arrested.
The appellate panel's ruling does not automatically mean Baca will be going to prison.
COSTA will be a reimagined and elevated version of Eqeko Cocina Latina, a progressive Peruvian restaurant in Santa Ana that closed in 2017, its owners say.
A new homesharing program matches graduate students looking for housing with retirees who have extra space in their homes. Its organizers hope the program will prove successful enough to export to other UC campuses.
Brown’s successor, Gavin Newsom, appears to bring a different attitude to accountability.
No L.A County community was forecast to even reach 60 Monday.
Here’s the Bargain Hunter’s best deal of the day.
Nacua never signed his letter of intent with the Trojans during the early signing period in December, nor on the traditional national signing day last week.
Between the fashion, the performances, song choices and wacky backup dancers, there's a lot to talk about following the awards ceremony.
Lady Gaga, Dolly Parton, Kacey Musgraves, Camila Cabello and more stood out during the 61st Annual Grammy Awards.
Rescuers had to remove two people from the wreckage of their vehicles.
Big sleeves were big at the 2019 Grammy Awards.
The Grammys paid tribute to Motown at Sunday’s show with Jennifer Lopez singing a medley of hits including “Dancing in the Street”, “Mr. Postman”, and “My Girl” with Smokey Robinson, Alicia Keys and Ne-Yo. Related: Grammys 2019: Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Little Big Town and more salute...
Artists performed a number of Motown hits including 'Another Star,' 'My Girl,' 'Please Mr. Postman' and more.
The Grammy Awards got flashy on Sunday, Feb. 10, and not just with the hardware.