Griffin is out for the rest of the playoffs and Paul had hand surgery, leaving the Clippers without their top two players for the remainder of their first-round series.
As alarming as it can be to watch TV news footage of police bearing down on an ursine suspect actively evading arrest, this is all very normal, wildlife officials say.
A new report says that 400,000 Latino infants and toddlers went uncounted in the 2010 Census, affecting money for programs like Head Start.
The Los Angeles City Attorney's office has accused the director of an immigration consulting firm and two business associates of practicing law without a license. They could face jail time if convicted.
As young voters in California sign up to vote in large numbers and join campaigns of political outsiders, their clout could be substantial, but only if they show up.
City officials say their animal shelters have maintained an 84.3 percent overall live save rate so far this year. The target for "no kill" status is 90 percent.
A new report delves into the shifting demographics, education levels and outlook for women in L.A. County. Here’s a quick look at what they found.
The Lakers are making another break from the Kobe Bryant era by firing the coach who shepherded the superstar guard's farewell season, but couldn't coax many wins out of an otherwise dismal roster.
Runyon Canyon is closed for four months so LADWP can replace pipes, but residents say they never knew that a basketball court was going to be constructed during that time.
Inglewood Mayor James Butts is likely to focus on a multi-billion-dollar mixed-use project that includes a new NFL stadium during his State of the City address Thursday morning.
The latest proposal calls for a $64 billion system starting in the Central Valley then heading first to San Jose for nearly $21 billion rather than south first to the L.A. area as initially planned.
Students tussled with adults hoisting signs and chanting slogans outside Santee Education Complex on Tuesday. No one was injured or placed under arrest.
The study, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association Wednesday, looked at 600,000 veterans in the health care system run by the V.A.
A new Arcadia ordinance says homes need to comply with a floor-area ratio that would limit the size of homes based on the site of their lots.
Metro is in the process of revamping its bus service to make wait times shorter for most riders by shifting resources away from less-used lines.
To revive a Japanese American neighborhood, Little Tokyo plans a basketball gym and leverages its history.