2 injured after car goes over side of Angeles Crest Highway

The victims were a man and a woman. The man sustained minor injuries while the woman's injuries were moderate. She was airlifted out and taken to a local hospital.

CicLAvia ‘Culver City Meets Venice’: Route map, activities, more

Two years after CicLAvia pedaled across town from Union Station to the beach in 2013, Los Angeles’ favorite car-free event returns to the Westside on Sunday.

Tito's Tacos backpedals demand to shut down CicLAvia

The owner of Tito's Tacos threatened to shut CicLAvia down over concerns it would hurt business, but she's since toned down her rhetoric.

Donald Sterling files for divorce from estranged wife

His attorney Bobby Samini says Wednesday the papers were filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court roughly two weeks before their 60th anniversary.

New video of Venice pier lifeguard attack surfaces

A new video has surfaced that may provide new leads on the attack, while lifeguards continue to work with local law enforcement agencies to gather more information.

The US declared war on veteran homelessness — and it actually could win

In 2009, Veterans Affairs declared that all homeless veterans would have housing by 2015. New Orleans has made big strides, but the problem persists in L.A.

Driver hurt when truck strikes divider on I-210 in San Dimas

Traffic is moving slowly in both directions at the scene of a big-rig crash on Interstate 210 in eastern Los Angeles County.

National Night Out: Events in the greater Los Angeles area

It's an annual night of community events across the U.S. meant to promote partnerships between police and local communities. Here are some highlights from around the Southland.

Walking solo along the Pacific Crest Trail

Teddi Boston, a 49-year-old mother of four, set out to hike the Pacific Crest Trail in 1976, making her one of the first women to ever hike the trail alone.

SoCal firefighters helping up north may not be sent back for local fires

If a big fire were to ignite in Southern California, resources helping up north would not necessarily be sent back right away. However, SoCal could get help from elsewhere.

Pilot killed in Santa Paula plane crash identified

James Breeding was a lifelong pilot who'd gone out for a quick flight Saturday morning, according to his wife.

2 women dead from suspected drug overdoses at music fest

According to authorities, one woman was transported to Pomona Valley Medical Center and pronounced dead shortly after 6 p.m. The other was taken to the same hospital and died at about 8 p.m.

Special Olympics athlete from Albania reported missing

Andi Gusmari is 5 feet 6 inches tall with black hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a red polo shirt, black pants and black shoes.

Limousine crash in Santa Clarita injures 11, 5 critically

Los Angeles County fire officials say the crash occurred shortly after 8 p.m. Saturday on State Route 126 in Santa Clarita.

Scales Fire: 15 Freeway crash causes Cajon Pass fire

The fire spread to 10 acres, but firefighters were making good progress, according to the United States Forest Service, with the fire holding at 10 acres.

South Dakota firefighter dies battling wildfire in California

David Ruhl's body was recovered Friday. With 20 major wildfires burning in California Gov. Brown declared a state of emergency. Nine of those fires cover areas of at least 1,000 acres.