Saddleridge fire's rapid spread left residents little time to get out

Los Angeles TimesDeputy Chief Jorge Rodriguez of the Los Angeles Police Department said the city sent alerts, used police public address systems and sent dozens of officers knocking on doors as the fire swept west. “A lot of people left, but some didn't,” he said. “We aren't ...

October 12th 2019


Newsletter: Essential California Week in Review: Fires and power outages

Los Angeles TimesLos Angeles police officers search blacks and Latinos far more often than whites during traffic stops, even though whites are more likely to be found with illegal items, a Times analysis has found. Inequality soars. Wage inequality has risen more in California ...

October 12th 2019