Metro announced on Friday it plans to start running trains every six minutes, beginning in December.
The airport is finally #1 in something — the number of relief stations where dogs can do their business. It now has 11 doggie spots.
The bridge is being replaced, you'll still be able to see one of the arches at the new recreational space being set up at that location, which is set to open by 2020.
As gas taxes fail to cover road repair costs, Caltrans is running a pilot program to see if charges based on miles driven would work better. KPCC's Meghan McCarty signed up to find out.
The International Olympic Committee announced it will add surfing to the 2020 games in Tokyo. Surfers have lobbied to be included in the games for the past 20 years.
More affordable housing has helped draw Pacific Islanders to the Inland Empire, away from areas closer to the coast where gang violence has caused some to leave.
Plaintiffs argue that California law only authorizes a license to be suspended for unpaid traffic fines if the driver willfully failed to pay.
By the end of August, Brown could sign a bill to fast-track housing construction in the state. But some say it goes too easy on developers and want changes.
A fire that broke out after a backhoe struck a gas main Wednesday in Woodland Hills has been extinguished, according to LADWP officials. Evacuations have been lifted.
Bon Appetit released its annual list of the 50 best new restaurants in America, and five LA restaurants made the list.
The dead include a married couple from Mexico who were traveling to visit a daughter in Pasco, Washington, and a man from Avalon, California, whose spouse was hospitalized.
Fire Department spokeswoman Margaret Stewart says the single-engine plane went down shortly before 1:30 p.m. Tuesday about two blocks east of Van Nuys Airport.
Delays have plagued the start of cell phone service in Metro subways, but Sprint is now providing service.
That vacant lot across from the L.A. Times is no ordinary vacant lot. It's seen at least two bombings, two famous tent cities and an untold number of feral cats.
Hike-loving Angelenos are rejoicing as L.A.'s Runyon Canyon reopens after a four-month closure to replace a pipe underneath the park. They celebrate with selfies.
The bus was heading from Southern California to Sacramento on State Route 99 when it crashed around 3:30 a.m. between the cities of Atwater and Livingston, according to the CHP.