Plans to build a six-story apartment building behind Koreatown’s Southwestern Law School have been altered by the property’s new developer, K-1 LLC. A previous developer had proposed 180 units in a six-story
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Midterms. Final exams. Late night study sessions. These are all common realities of living a college lifestyle. “Pulling all-nighters” has become the new normal across campuses, as students drive to succeed
YUMA, Arizona — It's inching toward 6:30 a.m. as Rene Castillo steers his Honda Accord onto Interstate 8, a radiant sunrise in his rearview mirror as he begins his daily commute. Castillo grew up here.
Members of a Latino street gang have admitted to carrying out a racially motivated firebombing attack on black families in a Los Angeles housing project, prosecutors announced Thursday. Three men belonging
Most people probably don't know Goldman Sachs offers a savings account with excellent perks — and anyone can use it with
• Goldman Sachs revamped its retail banking service to become " Marcus by Goldman Sachs," with online offerings for just about anyone to use.• One element of Marcus is a high-yield savings account, with