Planning on attending the football game? So are tens of thousands of other people.
Bikes seem to be more visible than ever in L.A., with bike sharing and events like Ciclavia. But a new report shows a drop in people cycling after years of growth.
November is National Caregiver's Month, which is cold comfort for folks who juggle orchestrating Thanksgiving dinner and caring for a loved one.
300 horses remain quarantined and one has been euthanized since a dangerous virus broke out in early November.
Young ideologues are now swelling the ranks of a graying white supremacist party in Southern California — a cohort that believes their time is nigh.
L.A. has the most chronically homeless residents in the U.S. for the second year in a row, according to a federal report released this week. So what are we doing about it?
Officials see charging a market rate for parking as a way to lower the demand so that it is easier for most people to find a spot.
Cats rule the Internet, but they also rule the "Crazy Cat Ladies" exhibit at the new Animal Museum in downtown L.A. You can catch the exhibit through Nov. 27.
The Winnetka Villa Apartments, a new housing development for homeless and low-income senior citizens, held its grand opening Thursday.
"UCLA is a state actor that abides by the First Amendment. We recognize that speech, even if it's horrible, it protected," says professor Jerry Kang of UCLA's Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.
The National Weather Service says a gust of 95 mph was recorded overnight at Whitaker Peak in the San Gabriel Mountains.
The nonprofit Mazon: A Jewish Response to Hunger is hitting the road in a semi truck for a 15-city tour to end hunger in America. You can see the exhibit in L.A. through mid-December.
But it's too early to tell what impact Donald Trump's election as president will have on would-be applicants seeking to become U.S. citizens.
Los Angeles County officials say they are receiving reports of hate incidents in the wake of last week’s presidential election.
The passage of the ordinance gives the city the power to remove any makeshift structures in public spaces and bans aggressive panhandling.
American sprinter Allyson Felix told Olympic officials Tuesday they should not be worried by a Trump presidency when they consider Los Angeles' bid for the 2024 Games.