Metro surveyed users of the new light rail to Santa Monica to find out how many are new riders, how they got to the stations and what they think of the train.
"He was just a man for all seasons," a former L.A. County supervisor said of Stanley Sheinbaum, a man whose influence ranged from the L.A. Police Commission to peace in the Middle East.
A radio announcer made the best of the blowout game by offering a play-by-play as security chased a fan on the field, calling it "the most exciting thing to happen tonight." Watch the video.
All northbound lanes of the 5 will be closed overnight for about a mile stretch between Rosecrans Avenue and Valley View Avenue.
Los Angeles County officials will draft an ordinance to license local immigration consultants as a way of better regulating them.
The structures will provide shade across the park's popular Olive Court —where hundreds of commuters gather every afternoon to take advantage of the lunchtime food trucks.
Vandals tore 2,997 flags set up on a 9/11 memorial on Occidental College's campus. The school's dean said disciplinary action will be taken against those responsible.
Bike lanes proposed for Westwood Boulevard and Central Avenue have been deleted from the city's mobility plan and relocated to less busy parallel streets.
As the nation held memorials for the 15th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, a group rallied in downtown L.A. to address rising hate crimes against American Muslims.
Police have opened an investigation to find a suspect who shot at a LAPD SUV early Sunday.
Traffickers are forcing women and girls to the area to fetch higher prices, a new report found.
A UCLA project spotlights parks, bridges, bike paths and hiking trails along the river greenway, along with lessons and advice for anyone interested in developing new projects.
Local fire and police departments are marking the somber occasion with tributes and moments of silence. There will also be a benefit concert, 5k run and museum displays in honor of those who died in the attacks.
The Hanjin Greece began unloading Saturday after a judge protected the global shipping giant from having its assets seized in the U.S. as it struggles to avoid bankruptcy.
The goal is to get 100 homeless youth off the streets and on track to turn their lives around. And officials are confident they'll succeed.
Two separate road rehabilitation projects will close down different parts of the freeway this weekend, as part of the 91 Project.