As the on-time performance of L.A. Metro buses has declined, so has ridership. One factor is increased traffic. The transit agency is looking at ways to improve the service.
Activists from several housing and homeless advocacy groups set up a tent city in front of one of LA's ritziest malls this morning to motivate L.A. officials to do more to solve the housing crisis.
Parents in Bloomington say they were never told about a warehouse going up 70 feet from their children's school. They fear daily fumes from heavy trucks traffic will pose health problems. But county officials say it's too late.
A California appeals court has temporarily halted the restart of a Los Angeles gas storage facility that was closed by a major blowout. The 2nd District Court of Appeal issued a stay late Friday that prevents Southern California Gas Co. from pumping gas into its Aliso Canyon facility.
The city's tight-knit Mexican-American community is throwing a party this weekend to celebrate St. James, known in the Spanish-speaking world as Santiago.
The epidemic is always changing. For the first time, more than half of people with HIV have access to treatment. Here's a look at some of the latest trends.
It would be the first time in the agency's history that it has sought to regulate the amount of nicotine in cigarettes.