Despite a Supreme Court ruling freezing President Obama's plan to grant work permits to certain unauthorized immigrants, some find they can work within the law.
L.A. Metro's videos feature stick figures that get decapitated, dismembered and maimed by passing trains, all accompanied by cheerful narration for the purpose of promoting safety.
SoCal Muslim groups always do charity work during the holy month of Ramadan. This year they called attention to it as a way to combat negative stereotypes.
Snapshots of celebrations in South Gate and Monterey Park, among the many local places that immigrants and their children call home.
A 20-year-old man in Eastvale had offered the dog a bowl of water before being attacked.
The girl had her left hand amputated after an explosion in Compton authorities say was likely caused by illegal fireworks.
Many Muslims break the fast during Ramadan with dates. But months after the harvest season, most date growers are out of supply at this point.
Residents in the Kern County countryside are back home after two days of evacuations. The Deer Fire has burned nearly 1,800 acres and is 60 percent contained.
For one day only, city officials converted an existing parking lane into a pop-up bike lane and moved the parking lane into the travel lane. How'd it go over?
The Cessna went down Sunday at the Brian Ranch Airport in the unincorporated community of Llano.
Lee Wesley Gibson began work as a coach attendant with Union Pacific Railroad during the Great Depression.
Tired of stealing away during work hours to sleep in your car? With Nappify, the nap comes to you.
Byron McKaig, called his pastor as smoke was filling his home. He and his wife later collapsed in an embrace near a fence in their yard.
A flood advisory was issued Friday afternoon for San Bernardino County by the National Weather Service, in effect until 4:30 p.m.
Three cheers for the red, white and blue — it's almost Fourth of July weekend! Here's what to know about fireworks and traveling for the long weekend.
If you saw "Wolf Hall," you might be surprised to learn Sir Thomas More is coming to L.A. Well, at least a piece of one of his bones and half a tooth, at the cathedral Friday and Saturday.