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Hundreds of protesters gathered at the state capitol building in Sacramento yesterday, to speak out against the Trump Administration’s plan to expand oil and gas drilling in federal…
Feb. 9, 2018from The 805
Did state officials declare the drought over, too early?
Feb. 2, 2018from The Mixer
Beachy, laidback, charming and frightening. Santa Cruz is the scariest place in California.
Sep. 12from Zócalo's Connecting California
Maybe it’s too much for one state agency to oversee everything from power delivery and wildfire prevention to railroads and phones.
Aug. 1from Zócalo's Connecting California
LGBTQ activist and Democratic donor Ed Buck owns an apartment building where 26-year-old Gemmel Moore died two years ago. This year, another man died in Buck’s apartment.
Jul. 29from Greater LA
The small city of Downey ballooned in size in the 1960s, as thousands of scientists, engineers and blue collar workers designed and built the capsule that transported astronauts to the…
Jul. 15from Greater LA
The Annenberg Space for Photography's new exhibit, "Contact High," pays tribute to some of hip-hop’s greatest stars in all their glory and behind the scenes.
Jul. 16from Greater LA
Mara Elliott was working in finance and contracts when the Sandy Hook shooting changed the course of her career.
Aug. 16from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
The death of the nation’s longest serving federal judge is a reminder about our lack of effective judicial oversight.
Aug. 8from Zócalo's Connecting California
Despite thousands of requests to repair LA’s sidewalks each year, city officials say they can only manage to fix about ten a month.
Jul. 22from Greater LA
This week, LA County Board of Supervisors approved a new sustainability plan that includes making parks and public lands more accessible, going fossil fuel-free in 25 years, and…
Aug. 7from Greater LA