Once upon a time in TV Land, a sketch-comedy show from "beautiful downtown Burbank" swept through prime time like a comic cyclone.The weekly mayhem was anchored by two relatively straitlaced comed
One entrance is flanked by a TIE fighter representing the evil First Order. The other entryway is dressed as a Resistance encampment with a lifesize X-wing. Beyond is lush greenery contrasting wit
SOUTHPORT, England – It was a scene repeated time and again Friday as winds off the Irish Sea whipped across Royal Birkdale, buffeting the British Open grandstands and turning would-be solid shots
Mike Smith, the Hall of Fame jockey, spent part of Friday at the beach with his dog. Most expect he’ll have another day at the beach Saturday afternoon, only this time with a slightly more well-kn
For the first time ever, more than half of all people living with HIV have access to treatment. Deaths from the disease have declined by almost 50% since 2005.
As the Senate hurtles toward a potential vote next week to roll back the Affordable Care Act, Republican lawmakers still don’t know what legislation they will consider or what impact it could have
Vice Media laid off about 60 employees Friday in what the edgy news outlet described as a way to reposition itself as a video company. The layoffs — which affect multiple departments and represent
Faced with mounting questions and anger on campus, USC announced Friday it was hiring an ex-federal prosecutor to investigate a report by The Times that the former dean of the university’s medical
The Burbank Unified School District renewed its transportation-services contract with its longtime school-bus provider for another three years during a school board meeting Thursday. The district
A year and a half after they were closed to make way for construction of a new Star Wars land, four Disneyland attractions along the Rivers of America are set to reopen. The Mark Twain Riverboat,
President Trump’s well-known but increasingly sidelined press secretary, Sean Spicer, resigned abruptly on Friday, as the beleaguered president shuffled his legal and communications teams amid mou
OSHA orders Wells Fargo to reinstate and pay a whistleblower $577,000 in the fake-account scandal.
Minneapolis Police Chief Janee Harteau resigned Friday amid calls for new leadership in the department following last week's shooting death of an unarmed Australian woman by a police officer. In a
A former federal corrections officer will soon be a federal prisoner after he was caught trying to smuggle porn, phones, electronics and drugs into a Victorville prison for an inmate in exchange f
The proposal to build a major tunnel system under the hub of California’s waterworks won another approval Friday when the state finalized its environmental review of the project. “Today we are app
TV ratings aren't as big as they used to be, even for O.J. Simpson. Based on preliminary Nielsen data provided by various networks that carried the hearing, around 13.5 million TV viewers watched
Faced with mounting questions and anger, USC announced Friday it was hiring an ex-federal prosecutor to investigate reports by The Times that the former dean of the university’s medical school ass
Where’s your boarding pass? Forget it. Delta Air Lines is letting some passengers board planes with just their fingerprints. Delta announced this week that travelers who are members of its SkyMile
In recent days, President Trump has asked advisers about his ability to pardon family and even himself. But can he?
To mark the season three premiere of HBO’s “Ballers” series, the network is opening a Los Angeles pop-up at 633 North La Brea Avenue. They’ve tapped men’s wear brands including Roc96 x MadeWorn, P
Bill Smith, a veteran Los Angeles radio and television newsman whose face and voice were long familiar to KTLA viewers as well as fans of KTTV’s irreverent “Metro News-Metro News,” has died at age
The Inglewood City Council unanimously voted Friday morning to re-approve a deal that could bring a new stadium to the city for the Los Angeles Clippers. The special council hearing was held to ad
Comic-Con has everything: posters, buttons, pedicabs and onsite celebrities who can marry you.Esteben Martinez wanted to get married at Comic-Con because his (new) wife, Melissa Martinez, was the