Santa Monica braces for yearlong closure of California Incline

Traffic is expected to go from bad to worse along the Pacific Coast Highway as Santa Monica begins work to raze and replace the roadway.

Police: Seal or sea lion pup abducted from Los Angeles beach

Los Angeles police say four people snatched either a seal or sea lion pup from a beach near the city's international airport early Sunday.

Fullerton brush fire prompts evacuation

A brush fire in Fullerton is forcing the evacuation of the Fullerton Sports Complex and nearby Fullerton Golf Course.

LA County Metro starts campaign to fight sex harassment

The campaign is called "It's Off Limits" and encourages witnesses and victims to report unwanted sexual behavior by using a hotline or smartphone app.

LA spends $100 million a year on homelessness, study finds

The report released Thursday concludes that city departments have no coordinated approach for dealing with homelessness and its problems. Instead, many rely on ad hoc responses.

Updated: Jurupa Valley fire destroys home, damages 4 others

The eight-acre blaze was contained Thursday evening, but not before destroying one home.

Wildfire risk is up; Weather Service issues red-flag warning

Fierce Santa Ana winds are swirling around areas of Southern California today, raising a high risk of wildfires in much of Los Angeles and Ventura counties.

Shelly Sterling wins case seeking millions in assets from V. Stiviano

V. Stiviano, the one-time companion of former L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling, must return millions of dollars in gifts, a judge has ruled in a lawsuit that was filed by Sterling's wife, Shelly.

Zip line proposed for Runyon Canyon

A plan for the zip line, which would cost $50 per rider, will be presented at a Hollywood Hills West Neighborhood Council meeting Wednesday night.

100 firefighters extinguish classroom blaze on UCLA campus

Fire officials say the blaze was reported around 1:30 a.m. Tuesday on the third floor of the seven-story School of Dentistry building in Westwood.

Service resumes after Gold Line train fatally strikes pedestrian

A Metro Gold Line train has fatally struck a person near the Highland Park station, according to the agency. The incident happened on Monday morning.

Fire captain severely injured fighting Ventura brush fire

A fire captain is in surgery Monday after sustaining severe injuries while suppressing a brush fire in the Ventura River bottom near the 33 freeway on Sunday.

Northbound 110 freeway reopened in San Pedro after crash

All lanes were shut down but the CHP opened the right shoulder after about an hour to allow bottlenecked commuter traffic to squeeze through.

Vietnamese move commemoration after flag barred from base

Vietnamese Americans scrapped plans to mark the 40th anniversary of the fall of Saigon at Camp Pendleton after learning they couldn't fly the South Vietnamese flag.

Glendora first responders to carry heroin-overdose antidote

First responders in the city of Glendora are the first in Los Angeles County to carry a nasal treatment for overdoses from opioid drugs.

Watch a decade of growth in LA's bike infrastructure

The city's bike network has been growing at a rapid clip for a decade, according to data the Los Angeles Department of Transportation provided KPCC. But gaps remain.