Calling it an issue of "economic justice," demonstrators rally outside MTA headquarters to oppose the fare hike proposals.
Friday's 5.1 earthquake, and the smaller one last week, served as a reminder that we live in a seismically active region. Here's how to prepare for the next quake.
In observance of Cesar Chavez Day, most California public schools and state government offices will be closed to observe the state holiday Monday.
A magnitude-5.1 earthquake near La Habra Friday night continued to produce aftershocks, including a magnitude-4.1 earthquake near Rowland Heights.
The earthquake hit shortly after 9 p.m. Friday, and broken glass, gas leaks, a water main break and a rockslide were reported near the epicenter.
Firefighters in Riverside County are battling an 80-acre wildfire in the area of Thermal, just south of Coachella. The fire is now 20 percent contained.
Leland Yee and Ron Calderon have been indicted. Roderick Wright is awaiting sentencing on a perjury conviction. Gov. Brown calls on all three to resign.
One aspect of the Cesar Chavez story remains largely overlooked: The key role that Filipino farmworkers played in launching the 1965 grape strike in Delano that led to the birth of the United Farm Workers union.
Fire Department spokesman Erik Scott says all workers are believed to have been accounted for following the collapse, which was reported at 8:59 a.m. Friday.
In a letter sent to the sheriff's department Friday morning, the ACLU complains other groups are allowed communal worship, but not Muslims.
Matthew and Grace Huang of Los Angeles have been charged with starving their 8-year-old adopted daughter to death in Qatar. They were sentenced to three years in prison.
The LA Zoo hasn't had any lions since 2012, when the last one, Cookie, was euthanized because she had cancer.
The city is throwing a send-off party Thursday night for a massive statue of Marilyn Monroe that has become beloved by both tourists and locals in the two years it was on loan from The Sculpture Foundation.
The Senate has approved ProAmérica Bank founder Maria Contreras-Sweet to head the federal agency.
Two Southern California utilities had wanted ratepayers to pay more than $5 billion in costs related to the shutdown of the San Onofre nuclear plant.
Dr. Jonathan Fielding announced in a staff memo on Wednesday that he would step down once a successor has been found to take his place.