The Make-A-Wish Foundation is granting a 5-year-old with leukemia's wish to become Batkid on Nov. 15, and they're doing it by giving him a full-sized adventure.
Roy Choi changed the food truck fad forever when he and his friend started selling Korean barbecue tacos outside clubs in Los Angeles.
Veteran guard Richie Incognito is alleged to have left intimidating messages and texts on the phone of second-year offensive tackle Jonathan Martin, who left the team last week.
The Kalenjin people dominate the world of long-distance running. Their body structure, training regimen and stoic traditions all appear to contribute to their incredible success.
Southern California Indians are gearing up for Diwali, one of the biggest Hindu celebrations of the year, which will feature food, dance and lots of light.
Affectionate affirmations help mitigate hurts and frustrations, a study finds. But men who get flooded with texts from their significant other tend to say the relationship is unsatisfactory.
The Boston Red Sox beat the St. Louis Cardinals 6-1 Wednesday to win the World Series, using timely hits by outfielder Shane Victorino, a gritty pitching performance by starter John Lackey, and the feared bat of 37-year-old designated hitter David Ortiz to capture its third world championship in a decade.
On Nov. 1 and 2, many in Southern California, Mexico and across Latin America celebrate Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead.
The staff trying to come up with the next Superman is getting some sunnier environs while doing so. DC Comics is moving from New York City to Burbank.
Attention, sexy xenophobes! Help put a stop to widespread small mindedness with an anti-racist costume checklist and simple sensitivity guidelines for candy season.
Etsy is a hive for creative vendors selling handmade goods. But the site recently said it will allow sellers to outsource their manufacturing.
How KPCC decided to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the most famous radio broadcast of all time, Orson Welles' Mercury Theatre production of "The War of the Worlds."
Bill Sharman, the former Lakers coach who led the team to its first championship in Los Angeles, died Friday at his home in Redondo Beach. Sharman suffered a stroke last week.
"War of the Welles" tells the backstory of the most famous radio broadcast of all time, "The War of the Worlds," which aired October 30, 1938.
You've seen the picture of Winston Churchill with his bulldog. Two peas in a pod. But why do people look like their dogs? Scientists actually have some answers.
Join Premiere Props this Saturday in El Segundo for a live auction featuring costumes and gory props from horror films and television series.