Swarm of earthquakes - 4.6, 5.3, 4.9 - shake Brawley

Officials with the U.S. Geological Survey note the earthquake swarm may continue shake the region a few days into the coming week.

Federal lawsuit filed against Deferred Action program

Federal immigration enforcement agents are suing their own agency over the policy, but immigration activists vow they’ll work hard to maintain it as is.

Filipino vets give up fight for full US veteran benefits

In 1946, Congress stripped Filipinos of promised benefits. And now, more than 60 years later, Filipino vets have decided to stop lobbying to get them back.

California's ‘anti-Arizona’ bill on way to governor’s desk

A bill that would limit cooperation between state and local cops and federal immigration officials has cleared a final Assembly vote and now heads to Gov. Brown.

So, who sent those sick cows to the slaughterhouse?

Graphic video shines a light on dairies who send old and potentially sick cows to slaughter. Dairy cows produce milk, not meat, and can suffer various ailments.

In California, an effort to fight human trafficking

A state ballot initiative would strengthen penalties for those involved in sex trafficking of women and children. In Los Angeles the average age of victims is 13.

Gov. Brown declares 'Space Day' while lauding JPL Mars team

He also called the NASA JPL space program, "The moral equivalent of war," because its existence stimulated American advances in science, engineering and productivity in the same way that World War II did in California.

Bartolo Colon suspended 50 games for testosterone

"I apologize to the fans, to my teammates and to the Oakland A's," Colon, 39, said in a statement released by the MLB players' association.

In-N-Out Burger immediately gets out of slaughterhouse controversy

In-N-Out asserts that treating cattle unethically is not what their "hamburger is all about," and promptly breaks away from Central Valley Meat Co.

Undocumented youth may be eligible for licenses despite ban

More than 400,000 young illegal immigrants in California may be eligible for state driver’s licenses.

San Onofre nuclear plant to lay off 730 workers

The troubled San Onofre nuclear power plant has been offline since January. Now, Southern California Edison plans to cut 730 employees at the facility.

'Made In LA' Pavilion debuts at apparel trade show

The Los Angeles garment district is promoting its local brand in a "Made in LA" Pavilion at the "Sourcing at Magic" trade show in Las Vegas.

Genentech employee sues over harassment

After allegedly being harassed because of her national origin and religion, a Muslim woman is suing the biotech company Genentech.

Larry Grant, annual King Day parade founder, dies

In the last 26 years, more than a million people have watched the Kingdom Day parade Larry Grant established in South L.A.

San Bernardino faces off against creditors

San Bernardino has until August 31 to give the feds a full list of its creditors in other documentation supporting the city's petition for Chapter 9 bankruptcy.

Former Border Patrol union head indicted

The retired president of a large Border Patrol union was indicted Thursday on federal charges, after he was accused of pilfering hundreds of thousands in union dues.