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4 to Watch: Court Ruling, Methods of Execution and Other Factors in History of Death Penalty in California

Governor Gavin Newsom announced executive action to halt the use of death penalty. Do you know what's the history behind death row practices in California? Here are some pointers. 

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Timeline: Key Events in the history of the Death Penalty in California

As of March 2019, there are 737 inmates on death row in California, 79 condemned inmates have died of natural causes since 1978, and an additional 26 inmates died by suicide. Take a look at the timeline of death row practices in California.


Map: Look at the Drought Difference in California From One Year Ago

Storms continued to pile on snowpack and fill California's water reservoirs over the past week, pulling even more of the state out of drought conditions.

[NATL-LA-GALLERY UPDATED 11/28] Then and Now: Dramatic Photos of California's Drought and Recovery

Pie Deals for Pi Day All Add Up to Yum


Get Los Angeles's latest local news on crime, entertainment, weather, schools, COVID, cost of living and more. Here's your go-to source for today's LA news.

LA Metro is offering free transportation for Election Day

Thousands of pro-Palestine protesters block downtown LA streets to call for ceasefire

From The Pie Hole to Marie Callender's, several shops are having Pie Day specials today. Here's where you can go get your munch on.

LAX Among Busiest Airports in 2018

LAX served a record 87.5 million travelers last year. Take a look at this list to see what other airports made it to the list.

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