The Metro Gold Line is running once again, with some minor delays, after a vehicle collided with one of its trains in Pasadena, Metro said.
The bill would streamline development by cutting the time spent on community input and environmental review. More than 50 leaders want the legislature to reject it.
A bear wandered into a La Canada Flintridge neighborhood stopping to splash in swimming pools along the way. Authorities are working to relocate the animal.
The California Highway Patrol says the truck jackknifed Wednesday morning about 15 miles south of Palmdale. There are no immediate reports of injuries.
Want to hit the trail but not hit the gas? A shuttle service from the Duarte Gold Line station makes it possible to head to the hills on transit.
Authorities in Huntington Beach shut down ocean access about five hours after giving the all clear following a previous sighting.
The waters were reopened at 10:30 a.m. Monday after follow-up patrols by helicopter and rescue boat reported no sign of the sharks.
Shari Davis had hoped to open Camp Wildcraft this summer in Calabasas. But the land has been scorched in the Old Fire.
The fire near the wealthy and semi-rural enclave of Calabasas was 80 percent contained early Sunday evening — up from 30 percent at daybreak.
It's been two weeks since the Expo Line service from downtown L.A. to Santa Monica opened to the public, and the time it takes is not what was advertised, commuters complain.
Hoping to dispel negative stereotypes about Muslims, organizers will kick off the holy month of Ramadan with a public celebration in Hollywood.
Several sections of Wilshire Boulevard will be closed weekends starting June 10 and running through the fall due to construction of a new subway station at La Brea.
LA County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl talks about the status of housing vouchers, and whether there might be an alternative way to put roofs over people’s heads.
Police say two fights had broken out between students at John C. Fremont High School on Thursday morning and an officer used the pepper spray to end them.
A crash caused a power pole to fall around 4 a.m. Friday, leaving 1,700 in the San Fernando Valley without power.
Officials say they're not getting their fair share of L.A. Homeless Services Authority funding. Those running to be the area's new county supervisor agree.