With rental vacancy rates as low as 3% in Los Angeles, V.A. officials said local landlords have little incentive to take housing vouchers.
A brush fire in Lancaster has spread to 300 acres near the Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve.
Long Beach was the latest in a series of Southern California communities to have a mysterious petroleum substance wash ashore in the form of "tar balls" and "tar patties."
After decades being chained shut, the landmark gate between Wilshire Boulevard and the Grand Lawn was re-opened Thursday.
Drought-stricken Central Valley farmers are pointing fingers at the Sacramento Delta, where water still flows reliably. There's more pressure than ever to change a long-standing water rights system.
In January, homeless people will be able to get replacement ID cards — key to getting welfare benefits and a job — from the DMV for free. Still, obtaining one is no easy task.
The partnership of UCLA Health, the U.S. military and the Department of Veterans Affairs received the grant from the Wounded Warrior Project.
Two California legislators said Tuesday they plan to introduce a group of bills shortly, in response to the May 19 spill in which up to 101,000 gallons of oil escaped.
About 60 firefighters are battling the flames in the desert town of Thermal. A mobile home park nearby was evacuated, but residents were allowed to return several hours later.
Normally, May is hotter than April, April hotter than March, but in many locations around Southern California, we had a cooling trend the deeper we got into spring, according to the weather service.
A driver "probably mistook the gas pedal for the brake" when he suddenly veered, jumped the sidewalk, and smashed into the wall of Terminal 7 at LAX, authorities said.
Inglewood's Hollywood Racetrack was given a televised farewell early Sunday morning, as crews collapsed the grandstand to make room for a new stadium complex.
Coroner's officials say Sabrina Gordon died after falling from a 28-foot platform of an attraction at the San Bernardino County Fair.
You'll still wait a long time in rush hour on the Sepulveda Pass, but rush hour itself is getting shorter, and there have been other benefits, according to a new study.
Authorities had said area beaches could reopen after mysterious tar balls washed ashore earlier this week, but they revised their estimate late Friday morning as cleanup continued.
Ciclavia comes to Pasadena and it its honor we present a special one-hour program about bikes, and nothing else.