Student protestors submitted a list of 14 demands. Today Oxy's top administrators said they would meet 13 of those, but the college president will stay.
The JetBlue aircraft was cleared for takeoff following the search ordered when an employee reported an unauthorized person dressed as a pilot, police said.
The building was last a Taco Bell in 1986, and it was set to be demolished. That's when Taco Bell stepped in to move it from Downey to Irvine 45 miles away.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority board to take up proposed fees for the county's bike share program scheduled to launch next year.
Los Angeles International Airport is expecting 2.1 million travelers this Thanksgiving travel season — that's a record for the world's fifth busiest airport.
It took more than 100 firefighters about 90 minutes to knock down the flames at a vacant house in Koreatown.
Would you pay more to breeze through SoCal traffic on an express lane or priority overpass? That's one idea floated by the libertarian nonprofit group.
Students have been camped out in the administrative building, demanding that administrators make the college more inclusive and that the president leave his post.
The Los Angeles City Council has declared a homelessness crisis and ordered new measures to shelter people living on the streets.
The changes follow three separate audits the city launched when it discovered an employee had embezzled more than $6 million over 11 years.
The National Weather Service has issued a high wind warning until 2 p.m. Tuesday for the San Gabriel Mountains, where gusts could reach 70 mph.
Some children of immigrants are brushing up on their own Spanish skills, as they work to pass along family culture through language
A new University of Southern California study suggests transit projects have benefits for rail passengers, but not for drivers. Take our poll: do you support such projects?
The DWP says its rate increase for those who use the least amount of water and power is modest, but those who use more will pay more
The veep is in town Monday and Tuesday, and that means heavier traffic than usual for Angelenos.
If the Board of Supervisors approves the measure on Nov. 24th, all major construction contractors would be encouraged to have a workforce comprised of more veterans.