Tuesday is the special election for the 34th Congressional District seat, which was previously held by Xavier Becerra, California's attorney general.
A new Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority pilot program will allow 68 street vendors to occupy space on the Westlake/MacArthur Park station plaza, where many ply their trade without permits.
Students said university officials talked out of both sides of their mouths, vowing to protect undocumented students then inviting Border Patrol recruiters.
The county has 87 cases of Zika infections in adults, but the infant born with Zika-related microcephaly is the county's first case of its kind. The mother was infected while traveling in a foreign country. The CDC's website has an updated list of countries where Zika is common.
Film academy members received an email on Wednesday with details about new protocols for announcing Oscar winners. The changes follow the best-picture flub at last month's Academy Awards, when "La La Land" was initially announced before the real winner, "Moonlight."
Salvador Galvan was arrested on federal charges alleging he stole more than $3.7 million of city funds from May 2010 through December 2016. An audit of deposits "identified discrepancies which vary from approximately $200 to $8,000 per day," according to the U.S. Attorney's office.
Democrats say the Republican should step down from the House Intelligence Committee that he helps to lead. But what exactly did Nunes do to make them mad?
Several pieces of L.A. history will be added to the National Recording Registry alongside other "aural treasures" such as NPR's "All Things Considered" inaugural 1971 broadcast, 1953's "Hound Dog" by Big Mama Thornton and the Talking Heads' "Remain in Light" from 1980. See the full list.