Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (October 12th 2018) clues of LA Times crossword.

Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 74 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

Letters after E?
What young elephants do for fun?
"60 Minutes" network
One slightly changed this clue
The third Mrs. Roy Rogers
Storm shelter, say
Airer of many NCAA games
Blues great Smith
Farm stray
Fired up
1974 CIA spoof
Sect in Pennsylvania's Lancaster County
Like maple trees and pigeons?
Cornered, in a way
Ruling descendants of Genghis
Not up to snuff
Thing to confess
Increase the value of
DJ's inventory
Strange (to)
Hedge opening
"Silent Spring" subj.
Biblical traveler
Former SeaWorld attraction
Georgetown athletes
Eponymous vacuum brand
Roofer's supply
Popular Toyotas
Has in common
Line through the middle
Pot top
Lacking color
Ben of Ben & Jerry's
"Toy Story" dinosaur
Scolder's cluck
In the __ of
Creator of Iceland's Imagine Peace Tower
Ties may be broken in them, briefly
Only half-pretentious?
Bar by the tub
If truth be told
Does a ragtime dance
"That's disgusting!"
Skeeter eater
Musical ending
Ready for the operation
Dance that may involve a chair
"Amores" poet
Eggs-uberant hen?
Like used books
__ Xtra: cherry soda brand
Apple on a desk
Word with ring or book
Rights org.
Loon, at times?
Butler on a plantation
Like Colbert's show
Do some '80s Sochi sunbathing?
"The Well-Tempered Clavier" composer
Taking medication
Final flight destinations?
Kitchen shelf array
Hitchhiking and texting?
Tick repellent
__ Club
When repeated, fish on a menu
"That being the case ... "