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Dianne Feinstein Will Step Down from Her Judiciary Committee Leadership Role

The 87-year-old California Democrat says she’ll vacate the influential post
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Outdoor Dining at Restaurants in L.A. County Suspended Starting on Wednesday

As COVID infections skyrocket, county public health officials have announced restaurants, bars, wineries, and breweries have to temporarily stop offering on-premises service

What We Know So Far About the LAPD’s Dramatic Cost-Cutting Measures

Facing a $150 million budget cut, the department is preparing to decrease its ranks and disband units that handle things like sex crimes and animal cruelty
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‘It’s Become Life or Death’: Bob Baker Marionette Theater Asks for Help to Survive

The beloved 57-year-old theater is facing extinction due to the COVID-19 shutdown
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‘Limited Stay-at-Home’ Order and Curfew to Go into Place on Saturday

Tighter restrictions will apply to 41 of 58 California's counties through December 21
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Naya Rivera’s Family Is Suing Ventura County for Wrongful Death

The suit alleges that the boat the actress and her son rented at Lake Piru in July wasn't outfitted with necessary safety equipment
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Decades Ago, L.A.’s Only Modern Art Museum Was a Local Couple’s Home

A new book offers a rare look at the Arensbergs' museum-worthy art collection and awe-inspiring interiors
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Mossimo Giannulli Reports to Prison Today with a New ‘Do

"He might as well just take any hair worries out of the equation," one source said of the college admissions scandal dad
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Governor Gavin Newsom Still Taking Heat for Attending a Napa Valley Birthday Party

A sincere mea culpa hasn't kept critics crying hypocrisy at bay
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How Do You Make an Immersive Event in the COVID-19 Era? A New Series Celebrating the L.A. River Gives It a Go

Launching later this month, Rio Reveals will connect people with the banks of the L.A. River from home