Coronavirus At The Beach? In The Surf? In The Breeze? It's ComplicatedIs the risk that coronavirus, carried to sea in wastewater, may be kicked up by the breaking surf to infect beachgoers worth worrying about? Probably not. As for those beachgoers, don't rely on 6 feet of separation -- keep your face covered.
Sexual Misconduct Allegations Against California Doctors Up Sharply In Wake Of #MeTooA newspaper investigation finds the number of complaints against California physicians for sexual misconduct has risen 62% since fall of 2017.
L.A. Times CEO Under Investigation Over Allegations of Sexual HarassmentThe parent company of the Los Angeles Times is investigating allegations of inappropriate behavior by Ross Levinsohn, the newspaper's CEO and publisher.
Disney Ends L.A. Times Ban Following Backlash From News OutletsDisney will no longer ban the Los Angeles Times from advance screenings of its movies following a backlash from critics groups, news outlets and journalists.
Disney Bars LA Times Film Coverage After Critical PieceThe editors of the Times said Friday that Disney declined access for the paper's holiday film preview citing "unfair coverage" of its business ties with Anaheim.
38 Women Accuse Oscar-Nominated Writer-Director James Toback of Sexual HarassmentToback, who received an Oscar nomination for writing "Bugsy," has been accused of sexual harassment by 38 women in a report published Sunday in The Los Angeles Times.
LA Times Correspondent Fired For Trump Death TweetThe Los Angeles Times on Thursday fired an international correspondent hours after he tweeted that he would “rather see Donald Trump’s life end.”
NorCal Social Media Journalist Gets Prison Time For LA Times Website HackA well-known Northern California social media journalist has been sentenced to two years in federal prison after he was convicted of conspiring with the hacking group Anonymous to break into the Los Angeles Times' website and alter a story.
Driver Who Hurt Woman At Comic Con 'Zombie Walk' In San Diego Charged With FelonyA man who drove into a crowd at the annual Zombie Walk during San Diego's Comic-Con last summer, seriously injuring a woman, will face a felony charge.
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Drought's Heavy Impact On California's Wildlife; Starving Baby Squirrels Leaping From Trees For Food, WaterCalifornia’s ongoing drought is having a major impact on wildlife, experts said.
Cops From Pepper-Spraying Incident Revealed In UC Davis' Reynoso ReportThe California Supreme Court has ruled this week that newspapers have a right to publish the names of all the UC Davis campus police officers involved in pepper-spraying student protesters in 2011.
Gov. Brown Agrees To 1 Debate With Kashkari; Republican Asked For 10California Gov. Jerry Brown has agreed to one debate with his Republican rival, Neel Kashkari, in the 2014 governor's race. The Republican candidate had asked to debate the incumbent 10 times.
Larry Magid: Apple’s Mac Turns 30 Apple's Mac computer was introduced 30 years ago. Our tech analyst had the honor of reviewing that grand innovation back then, and reflects on how it still inspires technology today.
Why You Should Wait Until 2016 To Sell Your HomePlanning to sell your home? You may want to wait until 2016 before listing it.