Monday: Hundreds of thousands of marchers across the state, the cleanup continues after the Montecito mudslides, and frightening truths about the flu.
Friday: A new wildfire threat, the L.A. Times’s chief executive is accused of inappropriate behavior, the millionaire-exodus scenario and surfing as the official state sport.
Thursday: A change at the top of the High-Speed Rail Authority, Apple’s huge tax payment, lucky escapes in Montecito, Silicon Valley’s foreign workers and finally tech bus attacks.
Wednesday: La Conchita looks back, the Perris horror, a code of conduct for models, hospitals erect surge tents for flu, and East Coast pot rumblings.
Tuesday: Worries over the rainy season, a prickly first debate in the governor’s race, and the clogged 101.
Friday: Mudslide survivors tell their stories, Gavin Newsom calls on President Trump to resign, and tenants target limits on rent control.