LASD releases bodycam footage in shooting of man with autism
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department released body camera footage of the moment a 25-year-old man with autism was shot at his home in Cudahy by a deputy.
Disability rights documentary by Oakland producers up for Oscar
"There's the anti-war movement. There was the civil rights movement. There was the women's movement and gay rights movement, and looking around, we need one for ourselves." "Crip Camp" captures how a summer camp fostered activism in which the Bay Area played a pivotal role.
UC, CSU requiring COVID vaccines next fall
CSU and UC officials announced Thursday that students, faculty and staff members who need to access any facilities on campuses next fall will need to be immunized.
Hollywood Diversity Report: Inclusivity on the upswing
An annual study of inclusivity done by UCLA showed efforts to improve diversity in film and television are on the upswing. The co-author of that research, Darnell Hunt, is encouraged by what he's seeing, and thinks it's good for morale, and good for business.
Producers flip norm upside down for Oscars 2021
The producers of the Oscars chose a brand new location this year, Union Station in Downtown Los Angeles.
House passes DC statehood bill, now it heads to Senate and faces uphill battle
A bill for D.C. statehood passed the House on a vote 216-208 and heads to the Senate, where it has 45 co-sponsors but an uphill battle for passage.
OC officer on leave after video shows him punch woman during arrest
A Westminster police officer has been placed on paid administrative leave after video surfaced showing him hitting a woman twice in the face as she was struggling during an arrest.
NASA's Perseverance rover makes oxygen on Mars
NASA says it has successfully made oxygen on Mars, a major development that could aid future human missions to the red planet.
Learn how to save waste this Earth Day by shopping package-free
Re Grocery store in Highland Park offers package-free solutions when it comes to grocery shopping.
Bill to purge early voting list unexpectedly fails in GOP-controlled Arizona Senate
The failure comes as Republicans across state legislatures introduce hundreds of bills which would restrict access to the ballot box.
Out-of-state tourists are again allowed to visit California theme parks
Out-of-state tourists again can attend concerts and visit theme parks in California, if they're fully vaccinated.
Vitafusion vitamin recall after reports of metallic mesh
RECALL ALERT: Drug company Church & Dwight is recalling certain gummy vitamins after reports of a metallic mesh material.
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