LA rain? Cooler weather with chance of showers in forecast

Temperatures are expected to cool into the 70s Tuesday across Southern California, and a slight chance of rain will extend into Wednesday morning, according to the weather service.

KPCC expands radio reach in Palm Springs, Coachella Valley

KPCC programming can now be heard more clearly in Palm Springs, thanks to a new transmitter broadcasting at 93.3 FM.

Sole survivor of 1971 Sylmar tunnel collapse tells his story

Forty-four years later, 76-year old Ralph Brissette tells the harrowing story of the Sylmar Tunnel explosion that killed 17 of his MWD co-workers. He was the only survivor.

What's with all the criminal clown reports around Bakersfield?

Bakersfield police have heard nearly 20 reports of clowns with weapons in the last couple weeks, according to the L.A. Times.

Train hits 3 people on Santa Barbara coast, 1 killed

Authorities say a passenger train struck people taking photos on a trestle on the California coast and one person was killed and two others were injured.

LA committee backs bid for more time to lure NFL

The City Council's Economic Development Committee on Friday approved a six-month extension of an agreement with the developer to find an NFL team.

Costliest commute? Palmdale, West Covina among the worst

Commuting is not just a time suck. It can also be pricey — especially if you live in an L.A. 'burb. And NerdWallet wants to remind us just how bad we have it.

Parking sign makeover aims to spare Angelenos parking citations

LA drivers know finding street parking can be frustrating, but deciphering parking signs is an even more daunting challenge.

Obama in LA for national monument designation; how to avoid the traffic

The president will be in town for an overnight trip. On Friday, he is scheduled to designate a portion of the San Gabriel Mountains as a national monument.

Los Angeles' historic Hall of Justice reopening

The ornate Los Angeles County Hall of Justice, where Charles Manson and Sirhan Sirhan were tried, has been dedicated in a ceremony marking its reopening after a two-decade closure and a $231 million renovation.

World's most traveled gather for the Travelers' Century Club

In 1954, Bert Hemphill founded an exclusive social club in LA: the Travelers' Century Club. What does it take to join? Just a visit to 100 countries.

Irvine crash: Authorities identify all 5 teens who died

All five passengers died when a vehicle went over a guard rail on the I-5 in Irvine on Saturday. The 16-year-old driver survived. Officials said he was unlicensed.

Cardinals knock Dodgers out of playoffs in NLDS Game 4

The St. Louis Cardinals defeated the Dodgers 3-2 in Game 4 of the National League Division Series, knocking the Los Angeles Dodgers out of the playoffs in St. Louis.

Gov. Brown visits to designate site for future veterans cemetery

Gov. Jerry Brown joined local veterans and their families in Irvine to designate the future site of Orange County's first ever state veterans cemetery.

Tropical Storm Simon raises Southern California surf

A swell through late Tuesday will generate surf heights of 5 to 8 feet along south- and southeast-facing beaches throughout the region.

Metro Gold Line resumes service after power troubles

The Metro Gold Line resumed normal operations Monday afternoon after the agency was forced to suspend operations between downtown and stations further north earlier.