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Environment & Science
When Climate Change Confronts Chinese Restaurants In the San Gabriel Valley
California has set a goal of going carbon-neutral by 2045.
UC President Janet Napolitano To Step Down Next Year
Napolitano told the UC regents that it's time to hand over the reins after six years leading the prestigious, 10-campus public university system.
Arts & Entertainment
29 Awesome Events In Southern California This Weekend
Mexican Independence Day festivities. Art and music festivals from Glendale to Santa Monica. And the Halloween season begins.
Business & Economy
State Lawmakers Pass Bill To Reclassify Many CA Workers
California lawmakers have sent a bill to the governor’s desk that could bring about big changes for many jobs throughout the state.
What 9/11 Was Like In Los Angeles
The tragedy was felt in Los Angeles as it was around the world, and like other major cities across the country, L.A.'s emergency services had to swing into action.
US & World
The Air Force Says Social Media Helped Prompt Action To Clean Up Mold In The Dorms
Mold has long been a problem at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in Texas. But when airmen started posting photos on Facebook, the Air Force stepped up its response.
Anaheim Seniors Have A New Ally
Seniors who are homebound often don’t have a lot of people around to keep track of how they’re doing.
Crime & Justice
After Mass Shootings, Young LA Activists Say Gun Reforms Still Needed
While the mass shootings in Dayton and El Paso have brought gun violence back into the national spotlight, young activists in Los Angeles talk about how gun violence remains a daily reality in some areas.
State Extends Deadline To Apply To Join Redistricting Panel
In recent months, the state has been accepting applications from regular Californians to join a commission that redraws voting maps. But the applicant pool has been disproportionately white and male.