In recent years, the city has received record numbers of complaints about graffiti from citizens—more than 120,000 in 2014, a number 2015 is on pace to top.
Grandmothers, aunts and uncles who care for children of relatives unable to do it themselves want what non-relatives get from the foster care system.
Information such as passwords, login names, campus-issued email addresses, gender, race, relationship status and sexual identity were exposed.
The LA bid for the 2024 Olympics has revived hopes for a faster completion of the so-called "Subway to the Sea." At the current pace it won't open until 2035.
The California Public Utilities Commission says we're running out of 323 area codes, and it'll start distributing 213 instead next year.
The bright green bikes of the Santa Monica Breeze bike share system have hit the streets of the beach city. Bike share will be coming to the city of L.A. next year.
The drought in Southern California has made it harder for homeless people seeking shelter in once-dense parks and free showers at beaches.
Three of the people hurt were pedestrians struck by one of the vehicles involved in the collision, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department.
The whale hasn't been seen since rough seas forced rescuers to abandon efforts Friday to cut the animal free. Marine officials are asking for help.
The Coast Guard says the collision occurred early Sunday morning when a dinghy carrying five people collided with another vessel.
It took firefighters 1 hour and 37 minutes to knock down the blaze and hold it to 3 to 5 acres, according to fire officials.
Airport police officials say people on the lower level of terminals 3 to 6 were diverted upstairs Saturday afternoon so a bomb squad can investigate the threat.
The kayaker was attacked off the Deer Canyon shore, near Deer Creek Road.
The outage was first reported at 5:41 a.m. Saturday morning and initially left 824 customers in the dark, according to Southern California Edison.
The 80-foot-long mammal was spotted Friday in the Catalina Channel, dragging several hundred feet of line attached to a buoy that may have come from a crab trap.
A new study shows more Chicagoans may be choosing to ride transit so they can use their smartphones. Could Wi-Fi on LA's subways convince more Angelenos to ride?