Culver City considering protected bike lane near Expo Line

The public can comment by email or in person on the two-lane bikeway, fully separated from car traffic and connecting downtown with the Helms Bakery and Expo Line.

Kamala Harris hosts rally against Obamacare repeal in LA

The California senator spoke outside L.A. County/USC Medical Center as part of a day of actions planned by Democrats who oppose the repeal of the Affordable Care Act

5 ways to serve this Martin Luther King Jr Day

A list of local volunteer opportunities and events all around the region, from Long Beach to Los Angeles, on the national day of service.

Laurel Canyon Boulevard now partially open to traffic

Laurel Canyon's two lanes are not fully open yet, so traffic is still restricted to limited and mostly local traffic. Crews and engineers are onsite.

Wrightwood looks forward to more snow, business

The mountain town is expecting to see lots of visitors taking advantage of the inches of fresh powded over the holiday weekend.

California Congress members opt out of Trump's inauguration

Several Southern California congress members have announced they will not attend president-elect Donald Trump's inauguration ceremonies next week.

Ride-share driver killed in hit-and-run crash, 1 in custody

A driver working for a ride-share company was killed in a hit-and-run crash early Saturday morning in South L.A. One suspect is in custody.

​Floating body believed to be man swept away in flood channel

Authorities say a body found floating in a Los Angeles marina is believed to be that of a man who was washed down a flood-control channel during heavy rain earlier in the week.

Nearly 100 rescued hens find new homes at adoption event

Nearly 100 hens rescued from a Southern California egg farm are on display at a Downtown LA museum before they will be sent to their new adopted homes.

This MLK Day event helps strangers find what they have in common

Hundreds of strangers are about to honor Martin Luther King by finding common ground. It's part of the MLK Day Clothing Collection & Community Breakfast.

Water main break bogs down activity at LAX's Terminal 5

To compensate, bottled water was being handed out to Terminal 5 passengers. Concessions were still open there but only serving pre-packaged food and bottled drinks. Hand-washing stations were deployed as well.

LA's housing market has made West Adams hot

Five years ago, bungalows might have gone for $300,000. Now, they're at least $650,000.

Rain, fog, mudslide fears, accidents and storm warnings in SoCal

Another round of heavy rain moves through SoCal raising fresh fears of possible mudslides. Winter storm warnings are in place for mountain areas until late Thursday.

Laurel Canyon Boulevard closed between Valley and West Hollywood

Commuters who take Laurel Canyon Boulevard between the San Fernando Valley and West Hollywood may need to look for alternative routes Wednesday evening, due to the road being closed between West Gould Avenue and Kirkwood Drive.

Southern California gets another rainy morning commute

Back-to-back storms bearing down on Southern California have dumped rain on the region every day this week, and at least one more rainstorm is expected before Friday.

LA County votes to set up its own immigrant affairs office

The multilingual office would coordinate and streamline access to services for immigrants, county officials say.