Some 35 file boxes from former Councilman Tom LaBonge's office were recovered before they were shredded. The documents included land use and campaign finance records.Add your comments
Gas prices are still decreasing in SoCal. But unfortunately, that won't last for long. It's that time when refiners shut down and prepare to make 'gluten free' gas.
Both the Coast Guard and the Federal Aviation Administration confirmed the crash was the result of a mid-air collision between two aircrafts.
The LA-to San Francisco bullet train was scheduled to be ready in 2022. We'll talk about why that date may have been a bit optimistic.
This weekend, 2.5 miles of the 101 Freeway will be closed in what authorities are calling the "Slow Jam." On Thursday, the mayor released a slow jam of his own to raise awareness.
Officials have some claims to investigate, but if none of them pan out, it will be the largest unclaimed prize in California Lottery history, and the money will go to the state's schools.
Monday is Lunar New Year. People around the world will welcome the year of the monkey. And Southern Californians have a unique way of reigning it in.
L.A. Metro wants to raise $120 billion for transportation projects over the next 40 years with another tax increase. Some ask: what could the Valley get out of it?
The new Crenshaw/LAX metro could bring much-needed development to LA – and local residents are both hopeful and wary of the changes already underway.
Cyclist Jacob Margolis narrowly beat out car driver Sue Carpenter by 5 minutes.
It would take some major parking snarls in Santa Monica to slow down Sue Carpenter in her car. I also underestimated Jacob Margolis's powerful, powerful bike legs.
The National Weather Service said Thursday that waves up to 8 feet will pound west-facing beaches through Friday.
Los Angeles was actually a city built for the trolley, and plans for a smoothly integrated freeway system were doomed from the start.
LA Metro believes some people are turned off by mass transit for reasons other than time. It has a plan to encourage more people to "go Metro" even before they board.
Anthony Bryant runs the café car on Amtrak's Pacific Surfliner route. He's also the only employee in the country who uses the loudspeaker to sing to the entire train.
Your phone will get reception in the downtown L.A. subway stops by the end of March. And certain LADOT buses will have free Wi-Fi by the end of 2016.