After a spill from a rig off Long Beach was reported early Saturday, Oct. 2, an estimated 126,000 gallons of oil poured into the waters off Orange County. But how much is that? For perspective, here is how that volume of oil compares to other amounts of liquids.
The report said that the city could support eight new dispensary licenses that would be set aside for equity applicants despite respondents to a city survey showing support for about 34 additional licenses.
School security officers establish a militarized atmosphere. They also create a sense of imprisonment. This adversarial dynamic heightens student stress. At best, a militarized environment makes learning difficult.
One-third of recovered COVID-19 patients reported new or continuing symptoms two months after their positive tests, according to a study by graduate students in epidemiology at the University of California,
Crews worked overnight as efforts intensified to contain a massive oil spill off the Orange County coast while striations of crude continued washing onshore in Huntington Beach and Laguna Beach began seeing evidence of oil rolling in along its shore late Sunday.
If prices ever drop will you be able to finally get your foot in the home-ownership door, or will hedge fund companies snap up inventory as greedily as a pair of pet Pembroke Welsh corgis attacking the platter of pigs-in-a-blanket that you accidentally dropped on the rug?
Verbum Dei basketball team, a career in professional sports is the substance of sweat-soaked dreams, the tantalizing brass ring dangling just beyond their reach. It is a vision born in the first faint light of celebrity,
Hi, and welcome to another edition of Prep Rally. My name is Eric Sondheimer. The opening week of the fall high school football season has arrived. There will be some postponements because of COVID-19 protocols,
When Manuel Douglas resigned as football coach at St. Bernard last spring just before the team’s final game, the phones started ringing among those with connections to St. Bernard players. The writing was on the wall that players would scatter.
Good morning, and welcome to the L.A. Times Book Club newsletter. Growing up in the 1950s in Long Beach, Billie Jean King dreamed about being a professional tennis player while her kid brother set his sights on a baseball career.