All lanes of California's Highway 39 have been shut down after a small wildfire broke out in the area.
Power went out in much of Malibu Saturday morning when a car, possibly driven by a drunken driver, took down a power pole in Malibu Canyon.
A wildfire burning in a steep, remote area of the Angeles National Forest is 90 percent contained and no flames were showing.
A California state official says there is no active earthquake fault under the site of a proposed development in Hollywood.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has approved a regulation that will require all imported puppies to be at least 6 months old and up-to-date on vaccinations.
A few years ago, synchronized swimming seemed like a lost art, but now synchronized swimmers are surfacing in everything from fashion ads to music videos.
A wildfire reported shortly before 1 p.m. Thursday northeast of Los Angeles has so far burned 75 acres, authorities said.
All lanes have been reopened on the 60 Freeway in South El Monte after a deadly, chain reaction wreck closed the freeway through Thursday morning's rush hour.
The California Legislature has approved a bill that will modify birth certificates to accommodate same-sex couples who become parents.
Since 1974, Clancy Imislund has been the managing director for Skid Row's Midnight Mission. But in 1958, Imislund was homeless, jobless and too sick to sell a pint of blood.
Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman Erik Scott said five of the injured were transported to local hospitals.
One Los Angeles comedy club, the venerable Laugh Factory, has come up with an unusual way to help: they have psychiatrist in residence.
Larry Honeybourne with the Orange County Healthcare Agency says about 50 gallons of sewage was spilled Wednesday from a boat into the water at a dock near Bayside Drive Beach.
The Foothill city is installing 10 repurposed parking meters that take coins and credit cards. Proceeds will be distributed by the United Way to local homeless groups.
Inside Box B-2196 in the Los Angeles City Archive, you’ll find how the city prepared citizens for the worst disaster of all — nuclear attack.
The Los Angeles Parks Department announced a new free wireless Internet program in six city parks this week, as well as a new mobile website.