Crews expect to have the 20-acre Ken Fire, which broke out Saturday night in the Cajon Pass, fully contained by Sunday evening.
Pastor calls for Prop. 64 to 'correct some of the ills that society has perpetrated on people of color'
When a bus route averages only 1.3 passengers per trip and loses $36.53 per rider, it's not likely to stick around long.
The three-day Labor Day weekend is filled with activities. Picnics, fairs, concerts, friends. But let's say your main goal is to avoid crowds not join them.
More than 1,200 people attended South L.A. Power Fest, which let people learn about the November election while enjoying music and food.
Witnesses say there were thousands of bees chasing people and that the insects seemed to be attacking people with long hair.
Construction workers on Saturday placed a 10-ton spire atop the downtown L.A. skyscraper, adding 160 feet to the 73-story building.
Ridership has boomed on the extension connecting downtown L.A. to Santa Monica, and officials expect a busy Labor Day Weekend.
Police say a mentally ill homeless man sneaked through a vehicle entrance and boarded an executive jet.
If you're lucky enough to get to rest from your labor a little more with a long weekend, we've got everything you need to know about traveling, staying in town and much more.
Angelenos won't have to settle with a quick shower to cool down — public pools across the city and county are still open for them to enjoy.
Gas prices haven't been this low on Labor Day since Facebook was born. But the win for consumers means less funds for road repairs.
There's a city block in Koreatown that's unlike any other part of Los Angeles.
Archbishop José Gomez will celebrate a special Mass at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angeles on Sunday afternoon, before dedicating a chapel in honor of the nun who won a Nobel Peace Prize for her work with the poor.
The California Incline has been closed for construction for almost a year and a half.
The steep road that connects the Santa Monica Palisades to Pacific Coast Highway has seismic improvements, a new bike path and a wider walking path. After a day-long celebration, it opens to cars at 5 p.m. Thursday.