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  • Los Angeles Times Introduces New California Section

    LOS ANGELES – October 20, 2014 –The Los Angeles Times is enriching its print edition and digital report with the launch tomorrow of a daily California section. The new section is dedicated to the news and analysis essential to navigating life in the Southland and across the Golden State. California will cover California as only The Times can, with a focus on local and statewide news, analysis and feature stories, as well as commentary from its award-winning columnists.
  • Messy bedding dots Capitol in ploy to tout mattress recycling bill

    Messy bedding dots Capitol in ploy to tout mattress recycling bill
    SACRAMENTO — People who do business at California's Capitol witness a lot of odd events outside the building's main entrances. Even so, some were jarred to see a handful of stained, lumpy mattresses covering the north steps. The bedding was a...

    Noel Greenwood dies at 75; former L.A. Times senior editor

    Noel Greenwood, a former senior editor at the Los Angeles Times who helped shape local and California coverage as the newspaper outgrew its modest local ambitions and transformed itself into one of national stature, died Sunday at his Santa Barbara home....

    Skelton: Brown correct to target federal control of prisons

    Gov. Jerry Brown's plans for the state prison system will be a key part of his budget proposal as he seeks to end federal control of inmate healthcare. In Thursday's column, George Skelton says the governor's stance is both good...

    Skelton: California Republican blazed path on gun control

    The country's first assault weapons ban was in California, and it was signed into law by a Republican.