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A Judge’s Ruling Against Ed Buck Calls Into Question Jackie Lacey’s Handling of the Case

A federal judge decided this week that L.A. County sheriff's deputies acted properly when they collected evidence from Buck's home on a call about Gemmel Moore's death
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Kamala’s Way: Insights from a Balanced New Biography About the Vice President

Author and journalist Dan Morain delves into Harris's influences, her enemies, and her meteoric rise from Oakland to DC chronicling her rapid rise from Oakland to Sacramento to Washington DC
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Every Adult in California Can Be Vaccinated Starting April 15

An updated primer on who’s eligible, how to make an appointment, and more
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A New Study Suggests the ‘Big One’ Might Be Less Destructive in L.A. Than We Thought

If geologist Kimerly Blisniuk's research is correct, some of the death and injury we've been bracing for in the L.A. Basin might be mitigated
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LAUSD Schools Are Coming Back—but Who’s Going and What Will Classes Look Like?

The nation’s second-largest school district wrestles with an enduring virus and parental worry
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Last March, a Photographer Chartered a Helicopter and Captured an Invisible Crisis

Photographer Stuart Palley has spent his career shooting disasters like fires and earthquakes. COVID-19 was different

There’s Concern that Holding the Oscars at Union Station Will Disrupt Commuters

A plan to move part of the awards to the transit hub might send bus and rail riders hiking through DTLA
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Vanessa Bryant Names Sheriff’s Deputies Accused of Taking Kobe Bryant Crash Scene Photos

The defendants wanted their names kept under wraps for fear of retribution
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After a Pair of Failures at the Ballot Box, Michael Weinstein Still Has Affordable Housing on His Agenda

AIDS Healthcare Foundation’s polarizing president has become an advocate for tenants—and a vocal critic of Governor Gavin Newsom
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How Local AAPI Organizers Are Responding to the Deadly Atlanta Attacks and the Rise in Anti-Asian Violence

The killing of six Asian people in Georgia comes amid a year of rising anti-Asian assaults