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Biden in LA: See which streets to avoid

Vice President Joe Biden is visiting Los Angeles for a fundraiser Sunday and traffic delays are expected through Monday morning.

Norwalk has two rail stations and they don't connect — yet

Community meetings are set to get the public's input on a proposal to connect a Metro station and a Metrolink station now separated by three miles.

Metro takes on fare enforcement from Sheriff's Department

A temporary contract is in place through the end of February to keep regular sheriff's patrols going on Metro's trains, buses and platforms.

I-15 from LA to Vegas reopens after CHP shooting investigation

Both lanes of Interstate 15 between Barstow and the Nevada border, the main route between Los Angeles and Las Vegas, have reopened after a shooting investigation Friday.

Rain snarls LA traffic, prompts beach advisories

The National Weather Service says light but steady rain is expected Thursday in parts of greater Los Angeles. Up to a half-inch could fall in some areas.

With travel season over, LAX resumes construction projects

Now that the airport's record-setting holiday travel season is over, travelers should be aware of road closures and possible terminal changes.

Missing helicopter found in LA Harbor with 2 bodies inside

Authorities say the wreckage of a helicopter with two bodies inside has been located in the waters of L.A. Harbor a day after it vanished after taking off from a nearby airport.

What's our best bet for breaking the cycle of family homelessness?

"If we don't deal with skyrocketing rents and create affordable housing ... we will have more people pouring into homelessness than are ever escaping homelessness," says Andy Bales of Union Rescue Mission.

Broke: Why more California families are becoming homeless

Interest in solving homelessness has intensified over the past year. But there’s a side to the crisis that hasn’t garnered as much attention — entire families are slipping into homelessness. There are more than 16,000 homeless families in Los Angeles County alone. Here’s why that’s happening.

Feds commit $1.5 billion to subway from downtown to West LA

The downtown to West L.A. project is already underway and the latest funding will add another 2.6 miles to the Purple Line.

Artists claim 'Hollyweed' prank, security evaluations underway

Shortly after the additions to the Hollywood sign were taken down, two local artists emerged and claimed responsibility for the prank.

LADWP promises higher standards in customer ‘bill of rights'

The utility worked with the mayor's office on the plan after an investigation found LADWP's billing system was flawed, overcharging customers $67.5 million.

Commuters could face delays Tuesday on Blue, Expo lines

Metro said it will be running some trains with just two cars during rush hour so that its crews can repair its emergency power system.

Light showers then heavy rainfall this week in SoCal

Starting Wednesday afternoon, L.A. and Ventura counties will receive up to half an inch of rain. Things will be kicked up a notch with heavier rainfall this weekend.

USC beats Penn State 52-49 in epic Rose Bowl

USC trailed 49-35 with nine minutes to play, but persevered to win one of the greatest Rose Bowls ever played.

LA in the '70s: More than just disco and dystopia

A collection of stories about the sprawling and complicated fabric of a LA in the 1970's often forgotten and mostly overlooked.