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LA county, city elections deliver low turnout, major changes

In semi-official returns, L.A. County and city voters approve Measure H homeless tax, reject the Measure S development proposal and re-elect Mayor Eric Garcetti.

Santa Ana tightens rules on food trucks

Santa Ana City Council voted Tuesday to tighten regulations on food trucks, potentially setting off a battle with the city’s popular mobile vendors.

LA Metro officials still expect federal funding in Trump era

The transportation agency depends on federal money to build and run transit, but a delay of a federal grant for a Northern California rail project has rattled officials.

1 killed in ultralight crash in San Bernardino County

The only person aboard the glider-like aircraft died at the scene, a fire department spokesman said. The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating.

What does a father's arrest show us about deportation?

Footage of an immigrant from Highland Park being publicly detained by ICE after dropping off his daughter at school last week has been circulating the internet.

Attorney: 'Uphill battle' to keep Highland Park dad in US

Immigration agents arrested Romulo Avelica-Gonzalez on Feb. 28, after he dropped one of his daughters off at school. He's been living in the U.S. for 25 years, according to his attorney.

Today's Election Day. Here's what you need to know.

Los Angeles County voters will decide on a sales tax for homeless services. In L.A. city, the mayorship, eight council seats and several measures are on the ballot.

At LAX, attorneys prepare before new travel ban takes effect

President Trump's revised travel ban gets implemented on March 16, but legal advocates make themselves available early at LAX.

New bike lanes project in downtown LA

The new lanes are part of the Main and Spring Forward project, announced by City Councilman Jose Huizar on Sunday.

The future of immigrant investor program EB-5

The Department of Homeland Security is proposing tightening the controversial EB-5 program that allows wealthy immigrants to gain legal residency by making investments that create jobs.

A plan to boost turnout in local elections

Elections in Los Angeles kicked off this weekend with early voting at eight locations across the county. Only 516 votes were cast Saturday and 485 more on Sunday.

​California high-speed rail ready to lay some track

The administration approved the rail authority's request to spend $2.6 billion on work in the Central Valley. The decision lets the authority ask the state treasurer's office to sell a portion of the nearly $10 billion in bonds voters approved in 2008 for a bullet train.

LA City Archive: LAPD's 'Police Bulletin' shows policing 60+ years ago

Roll call was where cops started their day, and it's where they'd pick up a copy of the daily Police Bulletin. In the city archive, we have copies of almost every bulletin issued from 1907 through 1949.

Los fey-LEESE or Los FEE-lez?

How do you pronounce the L.A. neighborhood?

LA Rams tap fans to choose final uniform design

The Los Angeles Rams are making changes to their uniforms, featuring a modern blue-and-white scheme. They asked fans to choose between two final designs, and the results are in.

Will we be riding Angels Flight by Labor Day?

Wednesday, LA city officials announced a public-private partnership to have downtown's historic Angels Flight railway back in operation by Labor Day, once again hauling riders up and down Bunker Hill.