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Judge searches for solutions in Orange County homeless camp


A federal judge has taken the unusual step of touring Orange County's biggest homeless encampment to look for solutions to a growing problem.

Fear of unrest rises for 1st time in post-LA riots poll


More than any other demographic, millennials tend to believe that another riot is likely to happen in the next five years — according to a new survey.

Infrastructure Growing Gridlock High Speed Rail

Judge expects to allow California high-speed rail funding

A group challenging California's bullet train will have a last chance Wednesday to convince a judge who says he is unlikely to side with them and block the project.

Fiery, deadly wreck snarls Interstate 5 in Los Angeles

A fiery collision Tuesday involving two big trucks and several smaller vehicles killed one person and injured 10 others while triggering a massive traffic jam on I-5.

Metro narrowing Union Station-to-Artesia rail route options

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is moving ahead with two major rail projects in the wake of voter approval of the L.A. County Measure M sales tax increase.

1 dead in fiery wreck on Interstate 5 near LA's Griffith Park

Multiple trucks and vehicles collided in a deadly wreck on Interstate 5 north of downtown Los Angeles on Tuesday morning, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department.

Swimmers, surfers warned as high surf pounds California

The National Weather Service says waves along the Central Coast could hit 12 feet, while sets topping 8 feet are expected in Ventura and Los Angeles counties.

Police search for boy after father arrested

Aramazd Andressian, Sr. is being held on $10 million bail after he was discovered unconscious Saturday at a South Pasadena park. His 5-year-old son remains missing.

Antelope Valley festival celebrates poppies, Earth Day

The California Poppy Festival kicked off Saturday in Lancaster in the Antelope Valley, home to one of the most abundant displays of the vibrant state flower.

7 things to do at the Festival of Books

With two full days of panels, performances and events, the Festival of Books has options — many options. Here are a few highlights.

LA State Historic Park reopens in downtown

After more than three years of renovations and 16 years of delays, the 32-acre park finally reopens this weekend.

Los Angeles City Hall braces for retirement wave

By 2018, more than 40 percent of City Hall's employees will be eligible for retirement. Here's what the city's doing to prepare.

​End of the line for Metro's giant tunneling machine

After completing twin tunnels under Crenshaw Blvd. for a light rail line, "Harriet," named in a public contest, will be retired.

Bills would help student veterans hit by ITT Tech closure

The measures would restore federal education money veterans had spent at the school. One bill would also restore lost housing allowances.

Metro will need more riders to hit bike share goal

Metro drew 130,000 rides on its bike share system from July to March, but it will take more users to hit its mark. Drier spring and summer weather should help.

Map: Trips by station in L.A.'s bike share program

Metro's bike share network logged more than 130,000 trips in its first nine months. Using this map, you can explore the number of trips that started and ended at each of the network's Downtown Los Angeles stations.