L.A. city leaders, flush with $1.2 billion in voter-approved bonds for homeless housing, are now trying to figure out how to spend the money. Their key concern: get the money into starting construction projects as soon as possible.
L.A. drivers averaged 104 hours each driving in congestion during peak travel periods in 2016, according to study by transportation analytics firm.
Called a "district work period," this week's congressional break normally gives senators and representatives time to meet with constituents. But some are avoiding town halls.
Unfamiliar 4-year-olds who swung on swing sets in sync were able to cooperate better on tasks than the kids who swung to their own rhythm.
A new mobile app aims to help agencies make better coyote management decisions and let you know about coyote activity nearby.
Road closures remain in effect on Laurel Canyon Boulevard after a sinkhole swallowed two cars Friday.
Monday's planned rally at City Hall will be the latest in a spate of recent demonstrations in L.A. against Trump's agenda and policies.
Friday's opening is the latest development for the Lankershim Depot since its $3.6 million makeover wrapped up in 2014. The depot hasn't been open to the public since 1952.
A man was fatally shot as he walked toward his home in Duarte Saturday night. Authorities are still looking for the suspect or suspects.
There were no evacuations or injuries as a result of this explosion, which came exactly two years after the explosion at the refinery that was so massive it registered as a magnitude-1.7 tremor.
Many of the incarcerated were farmers, coerced to work the land in the camps. The food they grew was meant for the incarcerated but camp administrators sold it on the open market. Resistance ensued.
The pioneers of organic farming are starting to retire. While some are passing on their farms to family to preserve their legacy, others are getting help finding like-minded strangers.
KPCC submitted a survey to each of the L.A. Unified School Board candidates. We asked them a range of questions, from the superintendent's performance to their feelings on the district's budget, charter schools and school choice.
A settlement reached Friday between the ACLU and Orange County opens fencing that had penned in homeless encampments along the Santa Ana River.
Federal prosecutors successfully blocked Baca from bringing in evidence or arguments about his early-onset Alzheimer's Disease as part of his defense at the upcoming corruption trial, scheduled to begin next week. He will be retried on lying, corruption and obstruction of justice charges.