Downtown LA's Rosslyn Hotel to become housing for homeless

Unlike many beautiful downtown buildings undergoing a makeover, the restored Rosslyn Hotel will cater not to high-end luxury loft seekers, but to the area's growing homeless population.

Parking in LA: Where is it worst?

Hunting for—and failing to find—a parking spot is one of the things we Angelenos share. And it's one of the things we hate about living here: We know to allow an extra 15 minutes if we don't have a designated spot and want to come close to being on time. Where do you think parking is the worst in L.A.?

USC receives $15M to study genocide, engineering

The co-founder of Qualcomm and his wife have donated $15 million to the University of Southern California to support Holocaust research and to engineering school professorships.

Crews spray pesticides targeting mosquitoes

Spraying began after midnight Wednesday and wrapped up around 5 a.m. in infested neighborhoods of Arcadia, South El Monte and an unincorporated area north of El Monte.

Brand Fire: 150-acre fire near Glendale 90 percent contained (updated)

Glendale spokesman Dan Bell says no homes or structures are in danger Tuesday, and no evacuations have been ordered.

Uber 'partners' protest in front of Santa Monica office

More than 100 drivers, drivers' family members, and members of the Teamsters union were in attendance for the rally Tuesday.

City Council ousts scooters from Venice boardwalk

People with disabilities and government employees that use scooters in their work are exempt.

Whole Foods settles for $800,000 over claim it overcharged customers (updated)

The settlement agreement, which covers all 74 Whole Foods markets in the state, was filed in Santa Monica Superior Court and will remain in effect for five years.

After 'I Do': LGBT seniors struggle for affordable housing

Until just last year, L.A. had the only affordable living facility for LGBT seniors. Without special communities for them, some head back into the closet.

4 arrested in Huntington Park celebrations of Mexico World Cup win

Four people were arrested in the Los Angeles area after celebrations of Mexico's winning yesterday grew rowdy and poured into streets.

Powerhouse Fire: Power lines sparked 2013 fire that burned 24 homes

The fire began on May 30, 2013 near a hydroelectric power plant. Fueled by heat, high winds and dry brush, it covered about 50 square miles in 10 days.

Rancho Cucamonga brush fire damages homes

A brushfire near the Red Hill County Club in Rancho Cucamonga damaged several homes Monday afternoon, Rancho Cucamonga Fire officials said.

Huntington Park celebration of World Cup win turns unruly

At least 1 person has been arrested in Huntington Park after Mexico's World Cup victory over Croatia brought fans into the streets.

Century Crunch: Construction near LAX to slow commute in July

Transportation officials urge motorists to plan their trip to or from LAX during July 25-28 due to a new bridge demolition project dubbed "Century Crunch."

Brand Fire: 3 minor injuries reported; 150-acre fire now 30 percent contained

Firefighters have a brush fire burning in the hills above Glendale contained at 30 percent and 150 acres. Three minor injuries have been reported.

Glendale brush fire threatens neighborhood near Brand Park

A brushfire near Glendale's Brand Park had burned 150 acres by late Sunday evening. There are no calls for evacuations.