Groups of protesters made their way to Leimert Park, Beverly Hills and LAPD headquarters. More protests have been planned for Tuesday.Add your comments
Supporters say the ordinance would fill a gap in state law that requires guns to come with safety locks but doesn't require owners to actually use them.
The lawsuits say city ordinances unfairly restrict sober-living group homes for addicts, who are considered disabled and protected under state and federal law.
While you might have a lot to be thankful for this holiday weekend, save the biggest pats on the back for yourself if you didn't have to drive around. AAA offers tips for getting around.
LAX tweeted that Terminal 2 was still without water as of noon Monday. It's bringing in porta-potties as a temporary solution.
The University of California system recently approved a 5 percent tuition hike, annually, for up to five years. Students at UC Berkeley have taken the lead in protesting the measure.
Forecasters said high temperatures could reach into the lower 80s while the strongest wind gusts could reach up to 50 miles per hour.
One passenger was killed and many more were left injured Sunday after a bus headed from Southern California to Washington overturned on I-5, CHP officials said.
The National Weather Service said the winds are just strong enough to be a nuisance, but high temps throughout the week could make Thanksgiving a beach holiday.
Three Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies were briefly hospitalized after being sickened by fumes while investigating a possible marijuana growing operation in Palmdale.
A bighorn sheep escaped from the Los Angeles Zoo on Saturday and was struck by a hit-and-run driver before it could be corralled, police said.
Only in L.A. can you valet your car before hiking. No, this is not a hoax. It's part of #soLAvalet, a campaign from the on-demand valet parking app, CurbStand.
Los Angeles County Fire Department Dispatch Supervisor Robert Diaz says a 4-foot-high flow of debris hit a home in the suburb of Glendora after heavy rain drenched the area before dawn Friday.
The city of San Bernardino has agreed to pay the California Public Employees' Retirement System all that it owes in bankruptcy proceedings.
A report Wednesday from the state legislative analyst concluded that expiring tax increases "will not necessarily cause a sudden revenue drop off — a 'fiscal cliff' — for the annual state budget process."
A fire official said only a handful of smoldering hot spots remain Wednesday after a vacuum truck exploded, spreading a chemical mixture that contained sulfuric acid and an organic peroxide.