In total, 285 single residences were destroyed and another 12 were damaged since the fire began June 23.Add your comments
Authorities estimate the Lake Isabella fire will be fully contained by July 5.
Originally, the L.A. Department of Water and Power expected to use drinking water to fill the lake, but the ongoing drought has the agency looking to other sources, like runoff or recycled water.
Wildlife officials confirmed through DNA and other tests that they had caught the right bear and euthanized it Wednesday afternoon.
Los Angeles transportation officials released an environmental review for the planned streetcar system in downtown, though its cost remains a major challenge.
The council voted 14-0 to put a measure on the November ballot to provide money for shelters, permanent housing, drug and alcohol treatment and more.
The unidentified man and woman were found Wednesday near a boulder in Potrero, about 45 miles east of San Diego.
As the weather's heating up, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power has installed seven temporary public drinking fountains in L.A. County.
Three cheers for the red, white and blue — it's almost Fourth of July weekend! Here's what to know about fireworks and traveling for the long weekend.
Jim Hangley died in May at the age of 84. His life partner says, "He always worked with Fords, and when the Mustang came out, the lightbulb went on and that was it."
Patrick Gannon, chief of L.A. Airport Police, tells more about how Los Angeles International Airport responds when it comes to attacks at airports around the world.
Instead of waiting for city or county funds, residents of Pacific Palisades raised $125,000 themselves to hire outreach workers to get homeless off the streets.
Since only state-approved vendors can set up shop, if you purchase fireworks from someplace other than a stand, chances are you're buying something illegal and potentially dangerous.
A new study shines a spotlight on an old question: What role does the family play in determining a child's success?
A fiery minivan wreck in northern L.A. County killed two mothers and their four children early Tuesday, while the two hysterical fathers were held back from the flames.
The Erskine Fire grew to more than 70 square miles, but it was 45 percent contained by late Monday as it burned in steep terrain south of Lake Isabella.