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Clarence Avant, famed music executive, endorses Rick Caruso for mayor

Avant's wife Jacqueline, a philanthropist and activist, was murdered inside their Beverly Hills home in December in a crime that drew national attention.

Federal judge extends block on Biden administration's plans to lift Title 42

A federal judge extends his temporary block of the Biden administration's plan to lift pandemic-related border restrictions known as Title 42.

San Francisco archbishop says Rep. Nancy Pelosi is not entitled to receive Communion

Archbishop of San Francisco Salvatore Cordileone announces that the House speaker will not be admitted to receive Communion in response to her push to codify abortion rights.

LAPD SWAT officer caught saying 'happy hunting' on body-cam before fatal police shooting

An L.A. police SWAT member was recorded saying "happy hunting" to other officers before police shooting, LAPD Chief Michel Moore confirmed to The Times.

Man sentenced to 24 years for setting Big Sur wildfire that killed 12 endangered condors

Nearly 125,000 acres were burned, 12 condors died and one firefighter was seriously injured in the blaze.

L.A. fire officials file building code complaint after fatal blaze at Hollywood recording studios

Authorities are investigating whether the Hollywood building where a fire broke out Thursday night that killed one person and injured two was approved for use as studios.

Monkeypox: Why L.A. is watching out for this rare but potentially serious illness

Monkeypox is garnering increased attention because outbreaks and cases are showing up in areas where they don't usually occur.

Column: How can we protect our kids from racism? Author Ibram X. Kendi has this advice

In his new book, professor Ibram X. Kendi gives advice on how to raise anti-racist kids, and on how talking about race helps us all.

Reseda man sentenced to 10 years in prison for stealing guns from storage units, selling them

The man and two others took guns and other items from self-storage units and offered to sell the weapons to known felons, prosecutors said.

Given chance to avoid jail and criminal charges, mentally ill, addicted and homeless people in L.A. pass

A program designed to send mentally ill, addicted or homeless adults into treatment instead of jails when arrested in L.A. is having little success.

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