There are 109 federally recognized American Indian nations in California, one expert says. Several suffered at the hands of the state's earliest settlers.
For years, financial planners used that 30 percent threshold as a rule of thumb for renters: no more than 30 percent of your gross income should go to rent. But for many these days, with rents higher than they've ever been in Southern California, the 30 percent rule is a distant fantasy, and Southern Californian renters are having to adapt.
Anaheim's city council decided not to grant advocates for the homeless a license to put three portable toilets on city-owned land near Angel Stadium.
The future of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program is up in the air now that President Trump is under increasing pressure to end the Obama-era program.
Seven people were taken to the hospital after an unknown white powder was found with a letter. The substance was later determined to be unbleached cooking flour.
As of this morning 20 LAX-bound flights were cancelled, along with 18 flights to Houston.
An excessive heat warning is in effect for the valleys, mountains and both coastal and inland Orange counties. The heat wave is expected to peak Monday but temps could stay above the century mark through the week.
The members of Task Force 5 are like the Navy Seals of the fire service. They've responded to disasters around the country and even the world.
Isabel Peinado's mural "Empowerment" pays tribute to inspirational women throughout history.
After a man blazed through a checkpoint, climbed on top of a crane and fell to his death, officials have instituted new security measures.
Some top L.A. attorneys take a day to help immigrants navigate the complicated path to citizenship.
After a four-year closure, Angelenos will once again be able to ride downtown L.A.'s iconic, century-old railway.
Libraries like Pasadena's expect a spike in the number of homeless visiting their facilities during the heat wave this weekend.
On Sunday, downtown Los Angeles will be in the 90s. Santa Clarita and the Valleys will reach triple digit temperatures. Some cities in the Inland Empire will be as hot as 108 degrees. Even coastal areas will warm significantly.
With fewer than three years before the once-a-decade U.S. population survey, civil rights advocates are afraid tight funding might lead to an inaccurate count.
Cities with at least a 10 percent population of both white and non-white people are considered integrated but the mix is gradually disappearing in some L.A. cities.