On Saturday morning more than 80 women who take care of disabled military vets got a little bit of a break at Bob Hope Patriotic Hall.
Nearly 200 firefighters and several helicopters put out an eight-acre fire that broke out in a residential neighborhood of Silver Lake on Sunday.
Almost a week after the largest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, members of the LGBT and Latino communities along with their supporters gathered in Boyle Heights to mourn the dead.
Waze just rolled out a new feature designed to eliminate dangerous left turns — and in Los Angeles we get to try it first.
Despite the ramped up enforcement, LAPD officers still can't issue tickets for speeding, a major contributing factor to motor vehicle injuries and deaths.
We talked to the locals, many of them longtime residents, about what they think should be put in a time capsule to capture today's Highland Park.
After a suggestion that the all-clear could come by Saturday, L.A. County Public Health says it will take "several days" to release the results of indoor air samples.
The president was taking his family on a Father's Day weekend getaway to Yosemite National Park in California in recognition of the park system's 100th anniversary.
Highway 101 was closed in both directions Thursday night after flames, spurred by strong winds, pushed toward traffic.
City leaders on Thursday officially unveiled L.A.’s first bike-specific traffic signals as well as a stretch of protected bike lanes along Los Angeles Street between Alameda and First Street.
Five LA-area refineries could be vulnerable to shutdowns and interruptions, an industry group warns. The state Energy Commission is studying the claim.
Communities from Westchester to Playa del Rey can expect new innovative community spaces popping up across 340 currently vacant acres north of Los Angeles International Airport.
It will be late Friday or early Saturday before the U.S. EPA has results from air samples taken from inside homes closest to the site of this week's explosive fire.
The state budget was passed today, but there’s still some unfinished business. Funding for affordable housing still hangs in the balance.
Residents near an industrial fire in Maywood have reported that the fire's smoke has a foreign odor, but the smell doesn't appear to pose a serious concern.
The proposed hotel is in an area zoned for commercial uses though it's outside of what's considered downtown Glendale.