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California to become first state to offer food benefits to some immigrants who live in U.S. illegally
California will become the first in the nation to offer food assistance to immigrants over 55 years old who reside here illegally.
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LAPD chief denies mother's claim that officer who died in training had been beaten
LAPD Chief Michel Moore denies claims by a woman who says her son was beaten before suffering a fatal neck injury during a training last month.
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Death toll in Missouri Amtrak crash rises to 4, injuries to 150
The train, headed from L.A. to Chicago, was carrying 275 passengers when it crashed into a dump truck. About 150 people were transported to hospitals.
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What would California's constitutional amendment on abortion do?
Senate Constitutional Amendment 10 would, if approved by voters, further codify the state's already progressive reproductive rights.
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Supreme Court school prayer ruling stirs debate over how far religion will seep into campus
People are reacting to a U.S. Supreme Court decision that said it was OK for a high school football coach in Washington state to kneel and pray after games. The justices voted 6 to 3 that such prayer does not amount to an official "establishment'"of religion.
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Organizers call for 'day of mass disruption' as abortion rights protests continue
Protesters gathered in downtown Los Angeles Monday for a rally voicing their outrage and vowing to continue fighting for abortion rights.
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Downtown real estate developer found guilty in Jose Huizar bribery case
The case offered a preview of arguments that will be made next year, when Jose Huizar goes on trial on bribery and racketeering charges.
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California constitutional amendment securing abortion, contraceptive rights goes to voters
State lawmakers approved a measure Monday that will ask California voters in November whether to enshrine abortion and contraceptives rights in state Constitution.
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CSU has been shaken by sexual harassment scandals. Now it faces a state audit
Lawmakers cited Times investigations uncovering inconsistencies in how harassment and retaliation claims are investigated across California State University.
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Amtrak train from Los Angeles to Chicago derails in Missouri, injuring passengers
The train, with 243 passengers and 12 crew members onboard, derailed Monday in Mendon, Mo., injuring passengers after hitting a truck, Amtrak said in a statement.
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Inside an abortion clinic when the Supreme Court overturned Roe
A Los Angeles Times photojournalist captures the grief and anger inside an abortion clinic just after Roe vs. Wade is reversed.
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First photos of WNBA's Brittney Griner appearing in a Russian court
WNBA star seen in Russian court for one of the first times in four months
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In the wake of Dobbs, antiabortion religious leaders vow to support women
After the end of Roe vs. Wade, Catholics and evangelical groups consider next steps.
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Pedestrian killed after being struck by 3 hit-and-run drivers in Fullerton
Police were first notified of the fatal crash at Harbor Boulevard and Southgate Avenue early Monday. The victim was a 38-year-old man.
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Grand jury rips Anaheim for lack of transparency in Angel Stadium sale negotiations
An Orange County grand jury blasts the Anaheim City Council, not just the former mayor, for rushing to approve the now-defunct Angel Stadium deal.
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California company to shut off public access to forestland due to wildfire concerns
Sierra Pacific Industries says concerns over drought and wildfire risk are prompting closure of its forests to public access starting July 1.
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At least 20 injured when an LADOT bus and big rig crash near LAX
At least 20 people are injured after an LADOT bus and a tractor-trailer crash near LAX. The eastbound lanes of Imperial Highway are closed.
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110-acre fire in Jurupa Valley is 85% contained, evacuations lifted
Crews continued to increase containment of the Union fire in and near the Santa Ana Riverbed, officials said.
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What will I get from California's $9.5-billion gas tax relief plan? What you need to know
What will I get from California's $9.5 billion gas tax relief plan? What you need to know
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3 dead, 2 injured after Amtrak train collides with car in East Bay
The train, with 85 onboard, was traveling from Stockton to Martinez when it struck a car on the tracks, killing three people inside.
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Column: Cancer patients need options to survive. Poor Californians often have none
Medi-Cal patients diagnosed with complex cancers often find themselves shut out of the best care -- even when that exclusion is a life-or-death matter.
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Drought and bark beetles are killing the oldest trees on Earth. Can they be saved?
Extreme drought and bark beetles now threaten California's Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, home to Methuselah, a 4,853-year-old bristlecone pine.
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L.A.'s last Japanese boardinghouse is safe, for now. Elderly tenants still worry
In the house's heyday, about 30 men left each day for jobs as gardeners or laborers, returning for communal meals. Now, only seven are left.
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Podcast: California, the abortion sanctuary state
California leaders have expected for months that the U.S. Supreme Court would strike down Roe vs. Wade. Now that it has happened, what's next?
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Column: Is California ready for more Black people to legally carry guns in public?
The Supreme Court says the 2nd Amendment covers the right to carry guns in public. But for Black people, the calculation has always been more complicated.
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With Roe overturned, will Democrats finally learn that losing parties can't construct the court?
Democrats who want to protect their rights to abortions and gun safety will need to fight at the ballot box, columnist George Skelton writes.
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