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Tent-camping in solidarity, more than 60 people stayed overnight in downtown L.A. to protest the Trump administration's treatment of immigrants.
After L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti told the L.A. Times that people may soon be arrested for sleeping on the street, the city's homeless population is questioning what to do.
An hours-long standoff involving a man who had self-inflicted stab wounds ended with the suspect in custody Friday, police said.
Experts believe about one-third of antibiotics prescribed in the U.S. are unnecessary and a new report encompassing 76 countries found antibiotic use increased 39 percent between 2000-15.
Sea lice aren't actually lice at all, they aren't even insects.
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Los Angeles, CA 91604 Directions
Thousands of fans showed up to a hotel in Garden Grove but many of them were shut out. That's when things got crazy at TanaCon. Some fans were hurt when others decided to push their way into the convention. Stacey Butler reports.
After years of letting the homeless build camps and sleep on public sidewalks, LA may soon say no more. Jeff Nguyen reports.
The Angels got on the scoreboard with a two-run first inning, giving Andrew Heaney all the support he would need.
Yasiel Puig added a solo home run in the ninth, and the defending NL champions won their 10th straight against the Mets dating to May 2016.
"It looked like any prison or jail that I have visited over many, many years that I was a prosecutor," Harris said.
KNBC-TV 4 - NBC
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Universal City, CA 91608 Directions
A rescue was underway in Laguna Beach after a child apparently fell into a hole in the sand Friday afternoon.Photo Credit: KNBC-TV
Mike Leum is swimming in freezing waters and climbing treacherous mountainsides in efforts to raise money for cancer research. Kathy Vara reports for NBC4 News at 4 p.m. on Friday, June 22, 2018.
After police called the death of a 10-year-old Lancaster boy suspicious, investigators confirmed Friday that there were allegations of prior abuse.Photo Credit: KNBC-TV
After the suspicious death of 10-year-old Anthony Avalos, NBC4 is joined by Director of Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services. Lolita Lopez reports for NBC4 News at 6 p.m. on Friday, June
All recreational activities at Diamond Valley Lake have been suspended indefinitely due to a large bloom of blue-green algae at the bottom of the lake, the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California...Photo Credit: Alex Vasquez
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The fact that rural, economically disadvantaged parts of the country broke heavily for the Republican candidate in the 2016 election is well known. But Medicare data indicate that voters in areas that went for Trump weren't just hurting economically — many of them were receiving prescriptions for opioid painkillers. The findings were published Friday in the medical journal JAMA Network Open. Researchers found a geographic relationship between support for Trump and prescriptions for opioid painkillers. It's easy to see similarities between the places hardest hit by the opioid epidemic and a map of Trump strongholds. "When we look at the two maps, there was a clear overlap between counties that had high opioid use ... and the vote for Donald Trump," says Dr. James S. Goodwin , chair of geriatrics at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston and the study's lead author. "There were blogs from various people saying there was this overlap. But we had national data." Goodwin and
With its tropical beaches and a memorable national park , Venezuela was a popular destination for American tourists a decade ago. But years of political and economic turmoil have left its tourism industry in tatters. Now there's an even more pressing reason to stay out of the country. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) last month issued a rare "Level 3" warning , urging Americans to avoid nonessential travel to Venezuela. The CDC notes that the country is "experiencing outbreaks of infectious diseases, and adequate health care is currently not available in most of the country." Cases of measles, diphtheria and malaria have been reported. "Venezuela's totalitarian regime has made health very tenuous, with many risks, both infectious and noninfectious," says Amesh Adalja, a senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. While skipping Venezuela this summer seems like a no-brainer, other health dangers lurk in both mainstream and off-the-beaten-track
You're reading NPR's weekly roundup of education news. World Health Organization recognizes gaming as addictive disorder Gaming disorder is the newest addictive disorder listed in the World Health Organization's medical diagnostic guide . Symptoms include prioritizing video games over responsibilities and other activities, having no control over impulses to play, and increasing time spent playing video games regardless of the consequences. To be diagnosed, a person must have "significant impairment in personal, family, social, educational, occupational or other important areas of functioning" in the last year, according to the WHO. Gaming disorder was added because a number of treatment programs for adults and teens with this addiction have sprung up around the world, the organization said. Additionally, the WHO reviewed existing evidence and consulted with experts before the addition. Dr. Michael Bishop runs a treatment program he calls "a summer camp for screen overuse," and this
A new study published in the journal Science finds that methane emissions from U.S. oil and gas operations are 60 percent higher than previous estimates from the federal government. This comes at a time when U.S. is getting more and more of its power from natural gas; in 2017, 31.7 percent of U.S. electricity came from natural gas-fired generation, up from 27.3 percent in 2013. It's widely considered to be a cleaner fuel than coal, and natural gas does emit less carbon when it is burned for electricity. But this new, higher estimate of how much methane is leaking from natural gas production could change the whole equation. Anthony Marchese has been focused on measuring this problem for years. He's a professor of mechanical engineering at Colorado State University and in 2013 and 2014, he and his team of researchers spent months on the road, driving around to over 100 oil and gas sites in 13 states. "You'd pull up to one of these facilities in the morning. And we'd do a quick survey of
With Anthony Brooks Trump’s about-face on family separation. Immigration battle in Congress. Retaliatory tariffs. The roundtable dives in. Guests: Lisa Desjardins , correspondent for the PBS Newshour. ( @LisaDNews ) Kevin Diaz , Washington correspondent for the Houston Chronicle. ( @DiazChron ) Jack Beatty , On Point news analyst. ( @JackBeattyNPR ) From The Reading List: New York Times: Trump Retreats on Separating Families, but Thousands May Remain Apart President Trump caved to enormous political pressure on Wednesday and signed an executive order meant to end the separation of families at the border by detaining parents and children together for an indefinite period. We’re going to have strong — very strong — borders, but we are going to keep the families together, Mr. Trump said as he signed the order in the Oval Office. I didn’t like the sight or the feeling of families being separated.' Wall Street Journal: U.S. Withdrawing From U.N. Human Rights Council The U.S. said
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Echo Park (via this continent and one more) musician J. Bonigno is about to release the follow up to 2017's charmingly hazy San Minotauro EP, and here's the especially charismatic A-side.
Father John Misty brings his sophisticated folk sound to the Hollywood Bowl where he'll perform cuts from his Grammy®-winning album Pure Comedy and the brand-new God's Favorite Customer. Gillian Welch and her longtime musical partner David Rawlings, pillars of the modern acoustic music world, will perform an intimate set. Opening the night is Big Thief. Info and tickets here! Want to enter to win tickets? Email firstname.lastname@example.org with subject MISTY and we'll pick winners at random Friday morning!
L.A. experimental guitarist Sean Smith has a new album about to materialize on Castle Face under the name LFZ, and his new song "Naturalistic" is seven scintillating minutes of something like Sandy Bull transformed into Terry Riley-style Rainbow In Curved Air fractal repetition, presented with such depth and clarity you can practically hear the air molecules vibrate and collide.
Brian Hill was the drummer in Pasadena's Ride The Wave, but now he's got his own outfit called Bandy, and this video for his debut single "Older" finds him making music something like particularly self-aware pop-punk and Vaselines-style indie rock—charming, catchy and a little bit cynical underneath, too.
Jenn Champion's coming Single Rider is the next step after her unexpectedly electro 2016 single "No One" and the intimate/intense "Leave Like That" with producer SMYL, and the album—and especially this song "Coming For You"—offers a careful and artful kind of pop with an immense sense of emotion within.
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Experta en divorcios ofrece algunas herramientas que ayudan a restaurar la autoestima y reconstruir la estabilidad física, mental y emocional
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Experta en temas de tecnología y familia ofrece ideas para educar a los hijos mientras se disfruta de la fiesta futbolística
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When Kevin Lyman started the Vans Warped Tour back in 1995, it was clear that he had founded something quite special. For four years by that point, Lollapalooza had been proving that the concept of a traveling rock festival can be super-successful, but Lyman focused heavily on punk and dialed up the DIY ethic. Ask any musician who has been on a Warped Tour and they’ll all tell you the same thing — it’s really hard work.
American social movements have come to define our culture in the face of capitalism. In fact, it’s the cataclysmic intersections of visual art, writing and performance art that have contributed to great cultural change in the United States. Though hip-hop originated in the Bronx in the 1970s, the exhibit "Don’t Believe the Hype: L.A. Asian-Americans in Hip-Hop" documents the way the 40-year-old music movement has inspired resilience and defiance in the art created by Los Angeles' Asian-American population.
In advance of Club Giorgio's five-year anniversary, Bryan Rabin reflects on his 28-year career in nightlife and talks about his latest project, producing the anti-bullying film Freak Show, directed by Trudie Styler.
The entire country mourns when a celebrity or public figure ends his or her life, but in L.A. it can seem even more impactful because, more often than not, they had a connection here. The grief feels personal because of the influence they had on our lives and the world, even if we didn’t know them. The recent losses of designer Kate Spade and chef/world traveler Anthony Bourdain have brought the problem to the forefront, but this isn’t a famous-people issue. In L.A., where suicide is on the rise, it is important to talk about prevention and awareness.
While Eric Joyner's new show “Glazed Machinations” plunges further into his ongoing obsession with the little-understood, symbiotic battles and atonements of toy tin robots and their glistening donut muse-rivals, the San Francisco painter introduces several new elements, including two relatively rare instances in which he uses Los Angeles as a setting.