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Black Lives Matter leader sues over LAPD response to 'swatting' incident

Melina Abdullah, co-founder of Black Lives Matter L.A., has sued the city of L.A. and the LAPD over the department's response to a 911 call last year.

L.A. cracks down on 'out of control' protests. Some call it overreach

The L.A. City Council took several steps this week to crack down on disruptive protesters.

San Jose State to pay $1.6 million to athletes over handling of sex abuse allegations

The Justice Department found San Jose State to be in violation of Title IX after years of reported abuse by a former trainer. At least 23 women have been identified.

San Francisco Mayor London Breed, under fire for going maskless, attacks 'fun police'

The mayor was spotted partying at a jazz bar with friends who also were not wearing face coverings, despite a city ordinance requiring that they be worn inside.

Earthquake: 3.5 quake felt near Valle Vista, Calif.

A magnitude 3.5 earthquake was reported Tuesday afternoon at 3:57 p.m. Pacific time 10 miles from Valle Vista and about 10 miles from Palm Springs.

With mayor's race heating up, L.A. council members seek to oust Buscaino from post

The move to strip L.A. Councilman Joe Buscaino of his leadership post took place days after his spokesman was quoted making disparaging remarks about other council members.

City admits it's far from getting families home after LAPD fireworks blast

Los Angeles officials acknowledged a long road ahead before residents and business owners will be made whole following the explosion of a South L.A. block by the LAPD bomb squad.

State announces charges in alleged student loan debt relief scam with more than 19,000 victims

California Atty. Gen. Rob Bonta announced charges against participants of an alleged multimillion-dollar student loan debt relief scam that ensnared more than 19,000 victims in less than three years.

Despite Newsom's call to cut water use, L.A. and San Diego didn't conserve in July

Despite a request by Gov. Gavin Newsom to voluntarily reduce water use by 15%, Southern California has yet to start conserving, figures show

Discussing mental health in Latino families: We want to hear from you

How do Latino/Latinx individuals talk about or deal with mental health?

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