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Hunger touches more than 1.7 million in Los Angeles County

More than 1.7 million Los Angeles County residents were at risk of hunger in 2009, more than in any other county in America, according to new research published by Feeding America, the country's large... read more

Highly educated, deeply in debt

That's the highest level of student debt in American history, up nearly ... 1.4 percent in the last two years. At $19,344 a year, Rowan University was calculated as having the third-highest net price ... read more

How your local jail became hell: An investigation

In the meantime, she had filed an official complaint against the jail, but the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department ... visits that would charge up to $1.50 per minute. And while privatizing ancill... read more

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19 ways to make money in real estate

Susan Fine, president of Oasis Development, recently spearheaded construction of a 16,500-square-foot mini mall—dubbed Turn- Style—in the Columbus Circle station, then leased the space to an eclectic ... read more


L.A. is on track to set dry-weather record

Although this year's No. 1 ranking makes for an interesting conversation piece, it has little practical effect. As anyone driving around Los Angeles can see ... large reservoir in Riverside County, Di... read more

9 photos of the now nearly complete new Bucks arena

The new Milwaukee Bucks arena is now nearly completed – about 98 percent, according to team president Peter Feigin – with the pristine basketball floor, main video screen and stunning Panorama club, a... read more

Swollen rivers begin falling across Northeast

where Irene blew ashore along the Outer Banks on Saturday before heading for New York and New England, Gov. Beverly Perdue said the hurricane destroyed more than 1,100 homes and caused at least $70 mi... read more

Fired and rehired: Hundreds of officers fired for misconduct returned to policing

In 2015, the city settled a federal civil rights suit with McNeil's family, agreeing to pay them nearly $1 million ... He said Banks, meanwhile, worked as a lifeguard and at other jobs. Finally, in Se... read more

Missouri fails to check for standardized test cheating

And that was a drop from 58 percent in 2009. Gains in math have been more steady, rising to 43 percent last year from 34 percent in 2009. Though Herzog's passing rates are still below those statewide, ... read more

E-Cigarette Health Row Catches Fire

Citing a 2009 Food and Drug Administration report comparing traditional ... A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study found that nearly 1.8 million young people had tried e-cigarettes, and th... read more

A decade after the financial crisis, many Americans are still struggling to recover

Biro still remembers how good his life was before the financial crisis that nearly destroyed the economy 10 years ago ... Al Seib / Los Angeles Times Amid the chaos caused by Lehman’s collapse, the bi... read more

Brewers' Miller Park homestand highlights, Aug. 20-26

Reds – 1:10 p.m. First Pitch by Ryder Cup Executive ... high school and college students can purchase $10 Terrace Reserved or $15 Loge Bleachers tickets and enjoy special deals on food and beverages t... read more



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