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As a measles quarantine begins in Los Angeles, a bill working its way through the state Legislature would crack down on fake medical exemptions for vaccines.

At UCLA, 119 students and 8 faculty members were placed under quarantine Thursday, while 71 students and 127 staff members were quarantined at CSU, Los Angeles.

Some S.F. politicians want to expand a legal process called conservatorship that they say would help homeless people with severe substance abuse problems and mental illness. But critics say it could violate their civil rights.

LOS ANGELES - Anthony Ramirez worried about how the admissions officers at his dream school, the University of Southern California, would judge him. His home lies a short drive from the school, but in his neighborhood, there are far more high school dropouts than college graduates
Neither of his parents, immigrants from Chiapas, Mexico, attended college, and none of his older siblings finished. The family of…

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LAS VEGAS (AP) - The owner of the Vegas Golden Knights said Thursday a senior NHL executive phoned him to apologize for a penalty called during Game 7 of his team's loss to the San Jose Sharks
Owner Bill Foley said the call came the morning after Vegas lost 5-4 in overtime Tuesday night to end the first-round series. Foley said at a news conference the call came from an executive who is "about as senior as you can get," but he did…

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Over last weekend and into this week, many Muni customers were inconvenienced by an increase in missed service on several of our routes and lines.

Cinema employees, avert your eyes! Now, we here at Chowhound would never advocate for breaking the rules, but sometimes you gotta skirt around the edges a little in life. We all know that moviegoing has become a heck-of-an-expensive activity these days; between 20+ dollar tickets, $5 bottled water and whatever ungodly price Sno-Caps are up to, an easy breezy Tuesday night out at the cineplex can set one back more than a few shekels. So what gives
We're revolting with some of our…

Russian President Vladimir Putin offered to share details of his and Kim Jong-un's meeting in Vladivostok, with the United States - to try to break the deadlock over North Korea's nuclear weapons
The streets of Vladivostok had been cleared for the North Korean leader's motorcade to ensure that nothing had interrupted the meticulously choreographed summit
Mr Putin said Chairman Kim is willing to give them up,…

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San Mateo (Calif.) Serra safety Jackson Lataimua talked about his myriad of spring visits...

It has been a long, winding road for Benji Joya, once considered one of the USA’s top soccer talents, to sign with the Oakland Roots. Having played in top professional leagues in Mexico and t…

A Massachusetts trial court judge and a court security officer were indicted by a federal grand jury Thursday on charges that they helped a defendant escape the custody of immigration officials at a courthouse last April.

Songkran Festival The Thai national holiday technically falls on April 13, but to celebrate it for the first time, Jack London Square opted to include the Lao, Cambodian, and Myanma/Burmese communities and throw a free party two weeks later, on April 27. To commemorate a day when people traditionally feed monks to ensure prosperity in …

Earlier this month, Georgetown Law Professor Alvaro Bedoya delivered the U.S. Senator Dennis Chavez Memorial Lecture in Law & Civil Rights at The University of New Mexico School of Law, titled “Privacy and Civil Rights in the Age of Facebook, ICE, and the NSA.” His remarks neatly encapsulated...

Sixteen years of parties, shows, culture and community. It's true: We've been out here nestled between the cable cars of Powell and the grittiness of 6th street long enough to get a driver's license. Sixteen years of holding down the fort in a city that changes identities quicker than club kids swap costumes on halloween weekend. So many incredible and groundbreaking artists have passed through our doors over the years we can't even keep track. Now as we come to terms with the…

From consumer packaged goods to TV to consulting, the most innovative figures in advertising are breaking ground in a variety of industries.

Mark Mahaney of RBC and John Blackledge of Cowen join "Squawk Alley" to discuss Facebook after the company reported strong earnings for the first quarter of 2019.

“I want to make work that speaks to me, and I think my goal is just to have my work be a representation of who I am.” Meet Bao Pham (IG: @baotpham), an artis...

Airlines are in the middle of reporting their latest rounds of earnings after a first quarter filled with challenges, such as the government shutdown, polar vortex, rising jet fuel prices, the grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX 8, and more. Helane Becker, Cowen managing director, discusses the impact on this week's episode of Cheddar Rides.

Homeless advocates are crying foul over an arrest that occurred on Turk Street Thursday morning, after a 28-year-old unhoused woman was offered a bed in a Navigation Center by police. When she gave her name to them, she was arrested. Quiver Watts was standing outside their job at the Coalition on Homelessness on Turk street …