For Catholic Angelenos, the setting for the prayer vigil was a familiar one — the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels.
The payoff for riders will be time: the express ride can save up to 90 minutes round trip. The plan involves new tracks at an estimated cost of $126 million.
The LA City Council voted this week for a resolution that urges the Department of Homeland Security to designate the Philippines for Temporary Protected Status, which allows immigrants to live and work in the US for a finite period of time.
The Hollywood Half Marathon, downtown's CicLAvia cycling extravaganza, the Thai New Year celebration and several areas of road construction will tie up commutes this weekend.
Repair costs for the three cities hardest hit are not enough to qualify automatically for federal disaster assistance, but an expert says they can appeal.
Two executives exercised lucrative options on Edison International stock four days after striking a deal over costs incurred by closing the San Onofre nuclear plant.
Climbing trees is usually reserved for kids. But this weekend at Brookside Park, professional tree trimmers from the U.S. and Canada will compete in a national climbing competition.
A judge has ruled that the environmental review process for a planned subway that runs under Beverly Hills High School was thorough, fair and legal.
The ordinance, modeled after a similar law in Monterey Park, would restrict the companies to making pickups in private parking lots, and subjecting violators to fines.
Did you know one in nine adults don't know know how to ride a bike? If you're one of those nine, “Learn To Ride For Adults” could be the answer for you.
The recent earthquakes that shook Southern California also rattled the nerves of some homeowners. Should you buy earthquake insurance? AirTalk debates.
Hot sauces are getting a tribute at downtown's Chinese American Museum in the exhibit, "LA Heat," now on display until July 12th.
The Realm of Caring California, a nonprofit that uses cannabis oil to treat children's seizures, says it will relocate after being ordered to shut down by the city attorney's office.
Michael Garber edited Huell's shows from 2004 until his last episode and says that despite the raw quality, Huell had a very clear vision for his TV work.
We've had our share of earthquakes recently, which has led some residents to question the controversial practice of hydraulic fracturing — or fracking — and possible connections to seismic activity.
Worried about blight, the city is expected to approve new rules on shopping carts like requiring signage about unauthorized removal in Chinese, Spanish and English.