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Plane that crashed off coast was owned by Sergey Brin's firm

A statement from a Bayshore Global Management spokeswoman confirmed ownership of the plane in which two people were killed. → Read More

2 killed in small plane crash 40 miles off the coast of Half Moon Bay

A small private plane crashed in the Pacific about 40 miles west of Half Moon Bay following an emergency call for help, killing two people aboard. → Read More

Weed war: Raids on licensed farms and dog shooting spark outrage

Sheriff cracked down on state-licensed farms growing weed without local permit; then an officer killed a farmer's dog. → Read More

Police arrest 5 in double stabbing outside Los Angeles High

One of the suspects — the only one whose name has been publicly disclosed — was released from jail Friday after not being formally charged within the required time period, according to authorities. → Read More

California lawmakers want to investigate wage theft. But labor unions are pushing back

Workers must wait years to have wage theft claims heard. A state senator wants an investigation, but labor unions say they have their own plan. → Read More

Disbelief after L.A. bishop who devoted his life to others is brutally gunned down

The killing of Los Angeles Bishop David G. O'Connell brings disbelief and mourning. → Read More

State lawmakers want investigation, hearings into ‘Wild West’ of California cannabis and farm work

California lawmakers are calling for a sweeping investigation into corruption in the state’s cannabis industry, legislative hearings on the exploitation of farmworkers and new laws to thwart … → Read More

Lawmakers want a probe, hearings into California cannabis

A Times series exposing labor exploitation, corruption and other problems in California's cannabis industry spurs calls for action. → Read More

Dying for your high: The untold exploitation and misery in America’s weed industry

California has largely ignored the immigrant workers who harvest America’s weed. Their exploitation is one of the most overlooked narratives of the era of legal cannabis. → Read More

New details show sprawling web of corruption in Southern California cannabis licensing

The revelations mirror a Times investigation on corruption in marijuana licensing. Citing The Times' story, a California lawmaker wants a statewide task force to investigate. → Read More

Nobody knows how widespread illegal cannabis grows are in California. So we mapped them

A Times analysis of satellite imagery suggests California's efforts to encourage cannabis growers into the legal market are foundering. → Read More

One of five Marines killed in crash in Imperial County was son of former Dodgers player

One of the five Marines killed in a training flight crash Wednesday was the son of former Los Angeles Dodger player Steve Sax. → Read More

Man convicted of killing mom arrested after going missing from halfway house

Ike Nicholas Souzer, 18, was arrested Sunday after going missing from a Santa Ana halfway house, prompting a police hunt. He had been convicted of stabbing his mother to death. → Read More

Freed from an Orange County prison, violent offender prompts manhunt

An Orange County man released from prison five years after stabbing his mother to death is again the subject of a police hunt. → Read More

Essential California: A blueprint for 'endemic,' but what will heal social rifts?

California has a plan for the next stage of COVID-19 but not how to heal the divide brought by the pandemic. → Read More

Election watchers snap photos of workers, challenge voter signatures as recall nears

"Enough!" Some election chiefs in California are pushing back against election watching groups, which they say are spreading misinformation that could discourage voting. → Read More

Conservative activists push voter fraud claims to recruit an army to police California recall polls

Conservative activists pressure election officials to drop people from voting rolls, claiming it invites massive ballot fraud in California → Read More

Vigilantes claimed voter fraud. A thousand false leads later, investigators found one case

The Riverside County investigation illustrates the challenge authorities face when dealing with allegations of massive voter fraud. → Read More

How a racist myth about immigrants voting continues to fuel unproven claims of voter fraud

The myth of undocumented immigrants traveling from poll to poll to illegally vote goes back more than three decades in California and has spread nationwide. → Read More

O.C. Stop the Steal organizer Alan Hostetter indicted on Capitol riot conspiracy charges

The yoga instructor and five other Southern California men were indicted by a federal grand jury Thursday for their roles in the violent storming of the Capitol on Jan. 6. → Read More