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A psychiatric ward on San Quentin's death row
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Monster mansions make a comeback
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On Silicon Valley billionaire Tim Draper wanting to split California into six states...
On Obama's Promise Zone in L.A. missing part of disadvantaged South Los Angeles ...
On Leland Yee's corruption charges making other legislators feel like slackers...
On tricks California Republicans can use to win campaigns
On Gov. Jerry Brown diverting hundreds of millions of dollars paid by big banks in a mortgage settlement.
Early releases for inmates
On Gov. Brown's concern that legalizing pot could lead to Californians falling behind in the economic sphere and becoming vulnerable to terrorism ...
On splitting California into six competitive states ...
Ankle monitors are setting off too many false alarms.
The Los Angeles Fire Department plans to simplify the 911 script to eliminate extraneous questions before dispatching vehicles to an emergency.
The Assembly appears to have struck a deal in which Californians would pay at least a dime for each recycled paper or reusable plastic bag they get at the grocery store.
If a drought happens, is it real before a governor says so?
Gov. Jerry Brown needs $68 billion for his high-speed train from Los Angeles to San Francisco. Where can the governor find the cash?
L.A. City Atty. Mike Feuer says he plans to crack down on "patient dumping"
Grocery shopping without plastic bags
Gift ideas for California politicians
Democrats are evidently just fine with California. Republicans? Not so much.
Keeping track of the good vs. bad guys in L.A. County's jails
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The Bell corruption scandal
Gov. Jerry Brown, California's longest-serving governor
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Don't scare the cops with your costume.
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Santa Monica's exercise-free zone
Should it really take a village?
No child left alone
What happens in the Cal-bunker stays in the Cal-bunker.
Will driver's licenses end up hurting undocumented immigrants?
Now that inmates have State Assembly's attention, will prison conditions improve?
L.A. to replace parking pay stations with meters drivers can understand
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California incompetent on food stamps
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Regulating signs in Monterey Park
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Janet Napolitano to lead UC
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L.A.'s political apathy
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Gov. Brown's prison plan to ease overcrowding
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Proposition 8 passes
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California's struggling GOP
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A futuristic ride to nowhere
The future of L.A.'s school system?
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Facebook's impact on the state
Gov. Brown vs. our 'girly men' lawmakers
How to tell if your teacher is a leftist
Jobs: This is what passes for a recovery?
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Where will lion hunter Daniel Richards go next?
How L.A. can become the country's most corrupt region
The Kobe and Vanessa Bryant approach to relationships
Pension spiking: Turning sick days into retirement pay
To ease overcrowding in L.A. jails, send inmates to 'Guantanamoon'
The energy industry's disturbing influence on politics
Ways to prevent LAPD from crashing their cruisers
For jobs, look to Sacramento
Condom rule: First step in porn master plan?
The trouble with suing Occupy L.A. protesters for $2.35 million
Tuba theft threat level
$1.2-million golden parachute
Solving life's problems with pepper spray
This is what a whiny police state looks like
Taxpayer money: No longer on senators' lunch menu
Opportunities await Lindsay Lohan ... in jail
Occupy L.A.: Hippies vs. veggies
Occupy L.A. embraced by local pols
Foodies mourn California's ban on shark fin soup
California inmates: Starving for attention
Economic impact of WeHo's fur ban: Pshaw!
Failing students one budget cut at a time
Child-care workers, the union way
Comparing taxes to STDs
Tunneling to Mexico
Unemployment and California's new normal
L.A.'s new parking meter plan
Jerry Brown's foster prison program
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