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Since 1881, the Los Angeles Times has served Southern California, garnering 41 Pulitzer Prizes and currently reaching a combined 4.1 million readers each week in print and online. The Times and KTLA — both owned by Tribune Co. — are media partners, sharing video and reporting. David Lazarus, the paper’s award-winning business columnist, can be seen on air during KTLA’s “Consumer Confidential” segment.

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  • Juan Gabriel performs onstage at the Billboard Latin Music Awards at Bank United Center on April 28, 2016 in Miami. (Credit: Rodrigo Varela/Getty Images)

    Juan Gabriel Fans Mourn Superstar Singer’s Death: ‘One of the Legends’

    At a plaza off Olvera Street in downtown Los Angeles, Joanna Franco, 25, swayed Sunday evening to the sound of banda music with her fiancé. Earlier, Franco was leaving a nearby museum when an employee asked whether she had heard that popular Mexican singer Juan Gabriel had died. “I said, ‘No, that can’t be true,’” she recounted later Sunday. Franco checked her phone and noticed a couple of stories on his passing, “and that’s when I knew.” “He’s a big deal,” […]

  • U.S. Postal Service mail vehicles sit in a parking lot at a mail distribution center on Feb. 18, 2015, in San Francisco. (Credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

    33 SoCal Postal Workers Charged With Mail Theft, Embezzlement

    Federal authorities have charged dozens of Southern California postal workers and their associates with mail theft, embezzlement and an array of other crimes as part of a sweeping investigation into criminal activity at the U.S. Postal Service. A total of 33 defendants were charged in 28 cases, including one individual who was found to have had had tens of thousands of pieces of mail in her possession, according to a statement released Friday by the United States attorney’s office for […]

  • Jorge Herrera, a Los Angeles resident and a member of the political group Latinos for Trump, speaks to supporters of GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump outside Anaheim City Hall on Sunday. (Credit: Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times)

    ‘Viva Trump’: Latino Supporters of Republican Nominee Hold Rally in Anaheim

    Chanting “Viva Trump”, several dozen Latino supporters of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump held a peaceful rally Sunday in front of Anaheim City Hall. “He’s the man,” Marco Gutierrez, a co-founder of Latinos for Trump, said of the candidate. “He speaks the language of the heart. He can reach people who have been disenfranchised.” Although north Orange County has a large Latino population, only about 50 to 60 Latinos and Caucasians turned out for the 2 p.m. rally. There were […]

  • Photographers shoot photos as topless protesters march down the Venice Beach boardwalk in August 2010. (Credit: Anne Cusack / Los Angeles Times)

    Venice Beach Prepares for Annual Topless Parade, Protest

    Regular visitors to the Venice Beach boardwalk are  accustomed to unusual sights: an electric guitarist on roller skates, a cat napping inside a piano and a giant snake made of sand. Then there’s the annual “Go Topless Pride Parade,” which begins at 1 p.m. Sunday at the corner of Navy Street and Ocean Front Walk. Organizers hope it will result in hundreds of women and men marching topless through the popular tourist spot. The march – organized by – is one of […]

  • Los Angeles County Dist. Atty. Jackie Lacey at a press conference at the Hall of Justice in Los Angeles on June 29, 2015. (Credit: Mel Melcon / Los Angeles Times)

    Los Angeles County D.A. Jackie Lacey Accepts More Than $10,000 Worth of Gifts, State Records Show

    Los Angeles County Dist. Atty. Jackie Lacey has accepted more than $10,000 worth of gifts over the last four years from criminal defense attorneys, police unions, business owners, prosecutors in her office and others who could have an interest in influencing her decisions as one of the most powerful law enforcement officials in the county, according to state records. The gifts include necklaces and a pearl box, sporting event tickets, bottles of wine, clothing and a glass rose dipped in […]

  • People enjoy the beach in the resort city of Puerto Vallarta in the western Mexican state of Jalisco, on August 18, 2016. 
(Credit: Hector Guerrero/AFP/Getty Images)

    Flights Between U.S. and Mexico Expected to Soar After Bilateral Agreement

    If you’re planning a trip south of the border, you can expect to save a little on your flight to Mexico. An agreement between the U.S. and Mexico that took effect Aug. 21 will drop restrictions on the number of airlines that can fly between the two countries, thus increasing competition and lowering fares. Thanks to the agreement that followed four years of negotiations, U.S. and Mexican airlines seeking to fly between the two countries will only be limited by […]

  • Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara star in the Oscar-nominated film "Carol." Delta Air Lines showed an edited version of the film on its planes, sparking charges of homophobia. (Credit: Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times)

    Delta Air Lines Under Fire After Editing Out Love Scene Between Two Women for In-Flight Movie

    It’s been a bad month for Delta Air Lines. While passengers were cursing the nation’s second largest carrier for a computer outage that grounded hundreds of flights this month, the Atlanta-based airline was also taking heat on social media for showing an in-flight movie that edited out a love scene between two women. “Shame on Delta,” wrote a follower of the LGBTQ Nation Facebook page. “The LGBT community is here and here to stay. People need to get over their […]

  • Colin Kaepernick of the San Francisco 49ers walks on the field during warm ups prior to the NFC Divisional Playoff Game against the Carolina Panthers on Jan. 12, 2014 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Credit: Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

    49ers QB Colin Kaepernick Refuses to Stand for National Anthem in Protest of Minorities’ Treatment

    San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick sat in protest during the national anthem for a pre-season game, saying he would not honor a song nor “show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color.” Referencing to the recent shooting deaths of African-Americans by police, he told NFL Media that his conscience would not allow him to partake in the pre-game ceremony Friday against the Green Bay Packers. “To me, this is bigger than […]

  • Two-year-old Israel Stinson passed away after he was taken off a breathing ventilator Thursday. (Credit: Life Legal Defense Foundation)

    L.A. Hospital Removes Life Support From Toddler After Court Rules Against Parents

    Two year-old Israel Stinson, the curly-haired, angelic-looking toddler whose fight for life gained international attention, died Thursday after he was removed from a breathing ventilator against his parents wishes. Now, supporters of the family are questioning why a Los Angeles hospital moved so quickly to remove him from life support immediately after a judge upheld the decision. Israel’s parents, Jonee Fonseca and Nathaniel Stinson, sought an injunction Aug. 18 to prevent Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles from taking action while […]