Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (April 30th 2017) clues of LA Times crossword.

Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 144 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

Word heard in Bedrock
West Point letters
Dark horses
Sam seen in bars
Scott who wrote "Island of the Blue Dolphins"
A golf green may be shaped like one
Face cream additive
Paganini's birthplace
*What it often is on a summer day
Rodeo goad
Bother a lot
WWII spy gp.
Big mouths
Tampico trio
Mask wearers
Salem-to-Portland dir.
Chihuahua or Maltese, in dog shows
Slangy sib
*One-to-one conversation
Texter's "Just a thought ... "
Candy aisle choice
Kid in a '60s sitcom
K-12, in brief
Its flag features a six-pointed star
Scale starting words
911 responder
Barbecue supply
*Scuba divers' bash
"Wayward __": Shyamalan TV series
Salon supply
Ancient region of Asia Minor
Longship crew
Half a track?
London's "Ye Olde Mitre," e.g.
"The Way __": 2007 Timbaland hit
Loud speakers
Travelocity enticement
Pooh, to Roo
Broadway restaurant founder
*Highly sought-after charter captain
Office holders?
Gilbert who created TV's "The Talk"
The Silver St.
Graphic start
They catch a lot of shrimp
Sitcom pioneer, familiarly
*Iconic suburban symbol
Word with link or letter
French article
Haunted house sounds
Eye opener?
Improve, in some cases
Chop __
Feature of haiku, and of the answers to starred clues
Sport with double touches
Slices of history
Minnesota's "10,000"
Play area
Cold War initials
Hide from an animal
Treacherous type
Pirate's syllables
They're often about nothing
Adds to the pool
Rain-__ bubble gum
Smith grad
High hairdo
José's half-dozen
Satiric magazine founded in 1952
Kid-to-kid retort
Military setting
Hurdle for Hannibal
Mirror image?
Homeland of tennis star Novak Djokovic
"The X-Files" extra
*Awkward TV silence
Defensive ditch
H.S. hurdles
Ma non __: not too much, in music
Cub great Sandberg
Bubbly source
Lincoln Center attraction, familiarly
Eastern faith
Word in a Marines slogan
48-Across player
Register a preference
St. Peter's Basilica sight
Exile isle
Make, as butter
Katahdin is its highest peak
Beatrix Potter's real first name
Cries after fútbol goals
Freudian conscience
Player in a loft
Vacation choice
Aleppo native
Reservations can help avoid one
Eighth-century pope
Puppeteer Tony
*Sale indicator
Cap'n's aide
Room at the Louvre
Doesn't give up
Enter noisily
Nautical pole
Word of origin
Marathon practice run
Spike for Hillary
Like some focus groups
Freetown currency
Grow pale
Did a few laps
Made on a wheel
Play set on an island, with "The"
Cabinet department
Greets the villain
Elegant trimmings
Orch. section
Primer layer
Novelist Jaffe
Motion carriers
Tough test
Self-titled 1974 pop album
Many a techie
Latin being
FedEx rival
Otto I's realm: Abbr.
Knighted McKellen