More than 150 seniors facing eviction from LA apartments

Paul Koretz met Thursday with residents of Vintage Westwood Apartments who've been told they must leave the building by next spring. The building is being converted from rent-controlled apartments into a luxury senior care facility.

LA acts to improve the traffic mess around Sunset and the 405


Lane re-striping and signal coordination could improve the flow of cars onto the 405 in Brentwood. But some residents complain the fixes are just for show.

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Horse herpes outbreak cancels show at Tournament of Roses

The Pasadena Tournament of Roses has canceled its annual horse show, Equestfest, because of an outbreak of equine herpes virus.

San Bernardino mayor's post-bankruptcy priorities

The city has experienced an increase in violent crime in the last year, and rebuilding the police force is Mayor R. Carey Davis' top priority.

Surprise sewer break accelerates other repairs in the pipeline

The 87-year-old sewer that collapsed, sending millions of gallons of sewage into the L.A. River, failed two years before it was to be repaired.

Man charged in accidental shooting at Tarzana hiking trail

Prosecutors say the man and his friends went on a hiking trail in Tarzana to shoot a handgun earlier this month.

CSUN cheating bounces basketball team out of postseason play

The school has voluntarily banned the men's basketball team from postseason play and will pay fines and serve a three-year probation after a director was found to have helped athletes cheat on tests.

Japanese-Americans stand with Muslims in wake of attacks

Japanese-Americans led a march through Little Tokyo on the anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, calling for solidarity with Muslims.

California's millennial voter boom

Vote results won't be certified until mid-December, but the state's newly registered voters show the growing influence of younger and Latino voters.

Want your package to arrive by Christmas? Here's when to send it

The U.S. Postal Service has released the dates by which your packages must be postmarked to end up under your recipient's tree — and what items you can't send.

Drivers, what do you do when you see an emergency vehicle?

When drivers fail to heed those sirens, they can slow down police and fire department vehicles and even cause traffic accidents.

State vows to block feds' access to data on deportable immigrants

State agencies hold personal data on hundreds of thousands of people in the U.S. illegally. Political leaders vow not to turn it over to the Trump administration.

Santa Monica pilot program plans to protect SoCal coastline

A Santa Monica beach restoration project plans to protect Southern California's coastline. Tom Ford from the Bay Foundation explains how.

Suspicious package scare briefly shuts Metro station, 210 Freeway in Pasadena

Updated: The Metro Gold Line station at Lake Avenue and all lanes of the 210 Freeway have reopened following a bomb squad investigation into a suspicious item.

Volunteers answer letters addressed to Santa Claus

Operation Santa, a holiday charity effort led by the US Postal Service, is celebrating its 104th year of delivering gifts to thousands in need.

Bibles go bye-bye in some hotels, because millennials

Maybe it's because millennials can use a Bible app on their iPad instead of reaching for a hard copy.