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L.A. antiabortion activist charged with harassing San Francisco doctor, defacing statue
The man was part of a group that "invaded" a healthcare clinic, defaced a statue outside a hospital, and posted inflammatory fliers in the doctor's neighborhood, prosecutors said.
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Fire at Hollywood industrial building leaves one person dead, two injured
A fire at an industrial building in Hollywood left one person dead and two others suffering from smoke exposure, the LAFD said.
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High school boys' volleyball: Southern California Regional results and updated pairings
High school boys' volleyball: Southern California Regional results and updated pairings
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Granada Hills' Dijon Stanley has a performance for the ages at City Section finals
Dijon Stanley of Granada Hills equals the fastest 400-meter time in the state this year and writes himself into City Section track and field lore.
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Growing brush fire burns near the Grapevine east of 5 Freeway
A brush fire broke out east of the 5 Freeway near the Grapevine on Thursday, according to the Kern County Fire Department.
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New California gun safety laws for movie sets after 'Rust' shooting hobbled by Legislature
Two proposed California laws that would have imposed new restrictions on gun use in productions in the wake of the 'Rust' shooting were voted down.
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Classic movies in SoCal: 'Star Trek,' 'Blood and Sand,' the UCLA Festival of Preservation
"Blood and Sand," "Star Trek: The Motion Picture," the UCLA Festival of Preservation and other movies and events in theaters this week.
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Photos: Rory McIlroy starts fast at PGA Championship as Tiger Woods falters
Tiger Woods struggled to make an impact during the first round of the PGA Championship as he continues his comeback from a horrific car crash 15 months ago.
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California lawmakers kill plans to ban oil drilling in state-controlled waters
Senate Bill 953 would have allowed the State Lands Commission to terminate offshore oil leases by the end of 2024 if the agency was unable to negotiate voluntary buyouts with petroleum companies.
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In court, Ellen Barkin describes ex-flame Johnny Depp as 'a jealous man, controlling'
Ellen Barkin alleged in a video deposition that ex-friend and brief lover Johnny Depp threw a wine bottle across a hotel room toward her and others.
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Jordan Addison, college football's top receiver, announces he's transferring to USC
Jordan Addison, the reigning Biletnikoff Award winner for college football's top receiver, announces on social media he is leaving Pittsburgh for USC.
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Congress acts to save segregated 'Mexican' school
U.S. Senate passes legislation to turn a formerly segregated, "Mexican" school in west Texas into a historic site.
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Growing number of sick and dying California brown pelicans worries animal experts
Hundreds of sick and dying California brown pelicans have recently been found across the region and are now being treated at various rescue centers along the coast.
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L.A. coronavirus hospitalizations rise, outbreaks increase
The coronavirus case rate in Los Angeles county is now high enough to land it within the "medium" community level outlined by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Hospitalizations are also on the rise.
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Viola Davis says a director she knew for 10 years called her his maid's name
An unnamed director called Viola Davis by his maid's name, the Oscar-winning actor revealed during an interview at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival.
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How 'Under the Banner of Heaven' got Mormon history right. Down to the 'bullet holes'
The detective story is also a period piece tracing Latter-day Saints history and the journey of founding prophet Joseph Smith. Here's how they did it.
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Man accused of attacking Dave Chapelle charged with unrelated attempted murder
Isiah Lee, who faces misdemeanor charges for attacking comedian Dave Chapelle at the Hollywood Bowl earlier this month, was charged with stabbing his roommate during a fight in December 2021, prosecutors said.
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Elliott: Figure skating pair Alexa Knierim and Brandon Frazier share special bond, big plans
Alexa Knierim and Brandon Frazier are performing in the Stars on Ice tour, coming May 21 to Anaheim. Will they stick together for the 2026 Olympics?
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Here's how the explicit indie drama 'Pleasure' accurately nails the feeling of a porn set
In "Pleasure," director Ninja Thyberg takes an unflinching look at the porn industry's male gaze with help from adult movie veterans.
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Wayne Lukas knows how to spice up the Preakness — by running a filly against the colts
Wayne Lukas is hoping that Secret Oath will be the seventh filly to win the Preakness Stakes. It would also be his seventh win in the second leg of the Triple Crown.
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With baby formula scarce, California mothers are sharing their breast milk
Lactating parents across California are pitching in to help feed other people's children during the ongoing national baby formula shortage.
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To pre-rinse or not to pre-rinse? How to use your dishwasher during the drought
Are you using your dishwasher correctly? Are you using it at all? Everything you wanted to know about washing dishes efficiently during a drought.
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Harris says overturning Roe vs. Wade could threaten other rights, including gay marriage
Kamala Harris says that if Roe falls, it will be the first time in at least five decades that Americans would have a right once promised taken away.
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'They are the glue': How behind-the-scenes bullpen catchers carry UCLA softball
The pitching staff is the key to the powerhouse UCLA softball team, but the bullpen catchers keep things running behind the scenes.
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Sexed up and sensitive, Harry Styles stakes his claim as the perfect boyfriend and pop star
On 'Harry's House,' Styles is someone to confide in and drool over, as much a woke Gen Z thought leader as a vest-with-no-shirt heartthrob.
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Review: Alex Garland's latest freakout delves into the evil that 'Men' do
Jessie Buckley goes up against a multitasking Rory Kinnear in 'Men,' the latest mind-bender from the director of 'Ex Machina' and 'Annihilation.'
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Why Russia's war in Ukraine complicates President Biden's first trip to Asia
When President Biden travels to South Korea and Japan, he will face a slew of challenges related to Russia's war a continent away in Ukraine.
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Op-Ed: Democrats need to stop behaving as if there's a prize for showing restraint
When Republicans have the reins of power, they do not hesitate to go after the very top. Democrats are simply not playing the same game.
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After mom Naomi's death, Wynonna Judd enlists major country stars for the Judds' tour
Faith Hill, Brandi Carlile, Little Big Town and Trisha Yearwood are among the artists who will join Wynonna Judd when she hits the road in September.
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The underappreciated James Gray returns to Cannes with a memoir of '80s New York
The New York-set coming-of-age drama 'Armageddon Time' with Anne Hathaway, Anthony Hopkins and Jeremy Strong is an early Cannes competition highlight.
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