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LA holds another low-turnout election with big consequences

Voters in Tuesday's general election chose two pro-charter members, tipping the balance of the seven-member Los Angeles Unified School District board.

Trump, transit and the Purple Line limbo

While President Trump has pushed for massive infrastructure spending, his budget cuts funding for transit projects, including L.A. Metro's Purple Line.

Crews battling small brush fire near Beaumont

The 12-acre vegetation fire is 50 percent contained.

Major food recall: Beware these frozen burritos

The Green Chile Food Company is recalling more than 250,000 pounds of ready-to-eat frozen burrito products due to listeria.

2 suspects killed in fiery Hollywood crash

Two stolen-car suspects were killed when their vehicle hit a tree and burst into flames during a high speed chase along Hollywood Blvd.

Long Beach shark advisory still in effect

A shark advisory for the area from Claremont Street to 72nd Place remains in effect after another sighting Saturday afternoon.

Hundreds of cyclists to race through SoCal this week

Riders in the five-day, 575-mile Amgen Tour of California will roll through various Southern California locations before crossing the finish line in Pasadena.

Moving day at LAX goes well

Seven airlines switched terminals overnight and it happened without a hitch. The move will continue through Wednesday morning.

Elon Musk digs deep to improve LA traffic

The entrepreneur has tunnel vision. He wants to dig a 3D network of tunnels beneath L.A. that would ferry drivers at 130 mph.

Celebrating Mother's Day on LA's Skid Row

"The main thing I want to give them is hope," Willie Jordan says. "I want them to know that they are special and we recognize their struggles."

Homelessness up 7 percent in Orange County, latest count shows

Homelessness in Orange County went up more than 50 percent since 2013, according to this year's Point-In-Time homeless count.

Outside of LA County cities, tenants want limits on higher rents

In unincorporated areas like East Los Angeles that are beyond the boundaries of Los Angeles County cities, landlords are buying up properties and raising the rents.

Gov. Brown restores promised California child care funding

In his revised budget, Brown restored $500 million dollars in child care funding he'd slashed in his January spending plan. The money means California will stay on track to add nearly 3,000 new preschool slots for low-income children.

For many SoCal deportees, this Tijuana shelter is a first stop

For most of its 30-year-history, Casa del Migrante in Tijuana was a place to rest for those heading north. But in recent years, it's become a first stop for a different group: those deported from Southern California.

What you need to know when LAX swaps terminals

Fifteen airlines will relocate to different terminals come Mother's Day weekend. It's part of the airport's long-term modernization plan.

​Governor Brown to release revised spending plan

The governor in January proposed a $122.5 billion budget that kept general fund spending mostly flat. The Democratic governor called for more than $3 billion in cuts because of a projected deficit he pegged at $1.6 billion.