The announcement Thursday followed an eight-month competition that began with 80 design teams and ultimately narrowed to four finalists.
The CHP says the truck driver suffered minor injuries in the single-vehicle crash early Thursday on the collector road from westbound Interstate 10 to Interstate 110.
Metro's trains are late just 1 percent of the time, though that number has ticked up in recent years. Buses can lag behind, but some lines much more so than others.
The Los Angeles City Council has approved, rescinded and re-approved the plan for the future of L.A. streets. Now officials are again considering removal of some bike lanes from the plan.
The water in the area ranges from brown, beige, or yellow, but not clear. LADWP says that the water is safe to drink, but that it's looking into the discoloration.
By creating a pathway for previously unapproved multi-family housing units to become legal, the L.A. City Council looks to increase affordable units in the city.
Metro's offering parking at three of its new Expo Line extension stations — 544 spaces total, with 221 requiring permits. But there are a few rules.
Here's a preview of the new segment of the Expo Line from downtown Los Angeles to Santa Monica. Plus, watch a time-lapse video of a pre-launch ridealong.
A traffic stop led to a police escort as two LAPD officers helped new parents quickly get to the hospital.
A new state law expanding California's Medi-Cal health care program to cover children who are in the U.S. without legal status begins May 16.
One person was taken to a hospital after the crash of the single-engine Piper PA-28. The pilot reportedly radioed he was having trouble while on approach to Brackett Field in LaVerne.
Spring storm that flooded some areas and closed key freeways for a time is expected to bring scattered showers and a chance of more flooding through the weekend.
SoCal Gas says that by early August it can complete safety tests of Porter Ranch field that are specified in legislation awaiting Gov. Brown's signature.
The $250 million project will include a 22,000-seat stadium for the Los Angeles Football Club, as well as locations for restaurants, retail space, a sports museum and a public plaza.
Supporters of a proposed initiative to restrict development say they have enough signatures to qualify for November ballot. Community appears divided on issue.
Moe Lolley lost most of his left leg to a traffic accident nine years ago, but he prefers bicycles over cars. "Nobody said you have to have two legs to ride a bike."