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It’s Official: Clippers Sold

After months of legal wrangling, the $2 billion sale of the Los Angeles Clippers to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer was completed today. In a brief statement,... Read more »

LA Phil Concerts to Air on Radio

Ten Los Angeles Philharmonic concerts from this summer’s Hollywood Bowl concert season will be recorded and broadcast on Southland radio, it was announced this... Read more »

Confidential Discussions Are Key to Improving Teen Health Visits

Teens who have the option to privately and confidentially discuss health concerns with their doctor are more likely to talk about reproductive health, mental health,... Read more »

‘Common Sense” Missing In Street Repairs, Says L.A. Controller

Saying Los Angeles’s street repair program has fallen short of its goals, City Controller Ron Galperin today released a series of recommendations that include... Read more »

City Officials Call for Humane Treatment of Migrant Children

Several Los Angeles City Council members today called on the federal government to treat children who crossed across the Mexican border in recent years to flee violence... Read more »

What to Do When Thunderstorms Strike

With thunderstorms still possible in the Southland, and in the aftermath of a fatal lightning strike at Venice Beach, county officials issued a series of storm safety... Read more »

‘Suicidal’ Man Causes Shut Down of 5 Freeway In East L.A.

A possibly suicidal person on an overpass today caused the complete shutdown of the Santa Ana (5) Freeway in East Los Angeles, causing major backups in either direction... Read more »

Ruth A. Apodaca Passes Away at Age 98

Obituary – Funeral services will be held Wednesday and Thursday of this week for Ruth A. Apodaca of Bradbury, CA, who died July 2, 2014 at the age of 98. Ruth... Read more »

Holiday Closures

Government offices, courts, schools, libraries, banks and post offices will be closed tomorrow for the Fourth of July holiday. Trash collection in the city of Los... Read more »

L.A.’s Plastic Bag Ban Spreads to 5,000 Neighborhood Stores

Los Angeles’ ban on plastic grocery bags will expand to smaller grocery stores starting today. The single-use plastic bag ban went into effect in January for thousands... Read more »

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