Get your piece of the 6th Street bridge

Crews have been demolishing the iconic bridge since February, and they've saved some of the concrete. Fist-sized chunks will be handed out to locals Saturday.

Brothers fight Soberanes Fire to save family ranch

Beloved vacation enclave San Clemente Rancho is safe from the Soberanes fire thanks to the brothers who run it.

California in for warm-up, triple digits in the interior

The National Weather Service says high pressure ridge will build into the state from the southwest Thursday night through Saturday and remain in control through the middle of next week.

Bear shooting raises questions about nature, safety

Julie Faith Strauja got a permit to shoot and kill a bear that had twice broken into her Forest Falls home, sparking outrage in the community.

Ontario airport — a gateway to Asia?

"The first thing I have to do is explain where Ontario airport is [to Chinese airlines] and why we're a better place to fly in their future plans."

Metro's Expo Line is a victim of its own success

Trains are packed on the Expo Line's new extension to Santa Monica during peak hours, but adding more trains may not solve the problem.

Pilot Fire: School districts remain closed, fire grows

All Hesperia and Apple Valley schools were set to remain closed Wednesday due to poor air quality, according to the U.S. Forest Service.

Meet the women of the East Side Moto Babes

Founded in 2010, the East Side Moto Babes is "a club of female motorcycle riders who ride and race in Los Angeles," according to the group's Facebook page.

Swimmers take on 20-mile swim across Catalina Channel

Catalina Island is a popular Southern California day trip. Catch a ferry to the island, and in about an hour, you're there, looking back at the mainland about 20 miles away.

Pilot Fire grows to 10 square miles, evacuations ordered

A wildfire burning in the mountains between Lake Arrowhead and Silverwood Lake was about 6 percent contained late Monday.

Stalled Sunset Junction project looking for community support

It's been four years since a developer first proposed putting in three new retail-residential buildings near Sunset Junction. The height of the buildings remains a community roadblock.

2 bodies found at base of San Pedro cliff

The Los Angeles coroner's office will investigate the cause of their deaths.

Armenian genocide rally happening in North Hollywood

The event will commemorate the 101st anniversary of the 1915 mass killings of Armenians, Assyrians and Greeks.

It's going to get less crowded on the Expo Line — but not until December

Metro announced on Friday it plans to start running trains every six minutes, beginning in December.

LAX makes life better for dogs on planes

The airport is finally #1 in something — the number of relief stations where dogs can do their business. It now has 11 doggie spots.

6th Street Bridge arch will live on

The bridge is being replaced, you'll still be able to see one of the arches at the new recreational space being set up at that location, which is set to open by 2020.