Rallies, vigils, protests and art shows responding to the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile as well as the Dallas police killings are taking place all over Southern California.
UCLA says it has admitted its most diverse class of incoming students ever after a record year of applicants. It also offered admission to 11 percent more California students than last year.
A trio of high-volume events in and around Hollywood this weekend has officials expecting traffic to be more clustered than usual. Here are the spots to avoid.
Loud noises echoing through northeast Alhambra have been baffling, bothering and bewildering residents for months — and no one seems to know where they're coming from.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority aims to expand the use of bike sharing to low-income transit riders.
We're participating in Caltrans' pilot program to see if charging drivers per-mile versus gas taxes would generate enough revenues for needed road repairs.
The people who were injured were attempting to extinguish the fire and save dogs from the rescue facility, Fire Capt. Keith Mora told KPCC.
Last week saw the first fatality of a bike-share rider in the U.S. The news comes as Los Angeles gets ready for its new bike-share system downtown.
It's being closed down in order to restore it, forcing buses to be rerouted. Find out where the temporary bus bays are, and what's next for the plaza.
While most transit users in Los Angeles are low-income, they make up a small percentage of bike-share users nationwide.
An investigation into street racing ended in death on Sunday when CHP officers shot and killed a 19-year-old driver in Fullerton.
A wildfire burning that broke out last week north of Ojai in the Sespe Wilderness has creeped to more than 1,800 acres, though there are no mandatory evacuations.
Despite a Supreme Court ruling freezing President Obama's plan to grant work permits to certain unauthorized immigrants, some find they can work within the law.
L.A. Metro's videos feature stick figures that get decapitated, dismembered and maimed by passing trains, all accompanied by cheerful narration for the purpose of promoting safety.
SoCal Muslim groups always do charity work during the holy month of Ramadan. This year they called attention to it as a way to combat negative stereotypes.
Snapshots of celebrations in South Gate and Monterey Park, among the many local places that immigrants and their children call home.