The archive of all headlines from March 17, 2016, organized by time of publication.
Instead of asking for the mountain lion to be captured and relocated outside of Griffith Park, the zoo is moving its vulnerable animals indoors at night to protect them should the young lion find a way through the perimeter fences again.Koala mauling is an uneasy reminder of mountain lions' place in Southern California
Because Donald Trump lost Ohio's primary, the race to claim the 1,237 delegates needed to clinch the presidential nomination seems unlikely to be settled before California votes.Delegate tracker: Who's winning the race to the nomination?
A new study shows how a 7.5 quake could begin on the San Jacinto fault and continue on the San Andreas. Those two faults cut through freeways that connect Southern California to Nevada and Arizona, as well as lifelines that bring in electricity, fuel and water. NATION
President Obama nominated Merrick B. Garland, 63, a centrist appeals court judge who has drawn praise from members of both parties, but Senate Republicans reiterated that they would not consider the president’s choice.
A new study shows how a 7.5 quake could begin on the San Jacinto fault and continue on the San Andreas. A similar quake occurred in 1812 and destroyed Mission San Juan Capistrano's Great Stone Church.Full Coverage: Earthquakes in Southern California and beyond
Senator Mitch McConnell said Republicans were acting as a check against the president, while Democrats said they were failing to do their duty to hold hearings on the nominee, Judge Merrick B. Garland.
The man's body apparently struck the back of a car that was traveling on the street. He had been working on the tower's 53rd floor, which does not yet have windows.Witness describes moment when worker plummeted to death at Wilshire Grand hotel