Netanyahu said Thursday that he was determined to contain Iran's nuclear program and protect the state of Israel from Iran.
Ramps will also be affected by the marathon, which will take place Sunday. Closures begin as early as 4 a.m. and roads are expected to reopen by 5 p.m.
The creator of computerized scripts that Los Angeles firefighters use to assess medical emergencies during 911 calls is reportedly threatening to cut off the service.
Wolfpack Hustle, a group of L.A. cycling aficionados, said Tuesday night that its pre-marathon bike ride will be canceled this year.
Authorities say a mother and child have been found dead after a fire in a Los Angeles garage - raising to 11 the number of fire-related deaths in the city this year.
Police and wildlife officials are searching for a mountain lion after it downed a 100-pound German Shepherd in the owner's back yard.
Conan O'Brien announced Tuesday that he's hosting this year's MTV Movie Awards on April 13 at the Nokia Theatre in downtown Los Angeles.
Tax time is fast approaching, and some lawmakers in California’s Capitol think, in some cases, you should be getting even more money back from the government.
Ukrainian-Americans disagree over the role Russia should have in the southern peninsula of Crimea, or the rest of the country.
When talking about language diversity in California, most think Spanish. But Californians speak over 200 languages — and courts need translators.
A transgender teen who said he was beaten and sexually assaulted in a California high school bathroom recanted the story, police said Tuesday.
New information lends credence to the theory that the coins come from an inside-job heist from the San Francisco Mint over 100 years ago.
At least 13 people were injured, two seriously, when a man driving a minivan collided with a Metro Blue Line train in downtown Los Angeles on Tuesday morning.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will be in the Southland through Thursday, and authorities warned the public of traffic tie-ups on Los Angeles' Westside.
The recent rainfall may have brought bacteria, debris, trash and other public health hazards into the ocean, according to health officials.
The new page provides information on call volume and wait times. It also shows how much money the utility has left uncollected because of system problems.