Whether you want to go to a parade, enjoy a historical reenactment, watch Shakespeare or see art, here's more on how you can celebrate.
Flexible hours can trump the low wages and lack of benefits for actors and entertainers seeking an additional income stream.
There may be a covert network of radio stations that is the mouthpiece for China, with the broadcasts coming from the Southern California city of West Covina.
Sports columnist T.J. Simers claimed he was forced out of his $234,000-a-year job by age and health discrimination.
The Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority's winter shelter program is opening early and staying open longer thanks to the expected effects of a cold, wet El Niño winter.
The SoCal Water Replenishment District is building a new treatment facility that will allow the district to end its reliance on imported water by 2018.
Community groups can apply to turn portions of streets into plazas, mini-parks and other uses under a Los Angeles transportation department program.
Police say the incident occurred Monday as Spirit Airlines Flight 868 was boarding at Los Angeles International Airport.
There will be a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service.
Los Angeles has yet to regulate the industry, but one L.A. councilman says he's watching how other cities, including San Francisco, are structuring their policies.
More than 500 people were arrested this weekend at two electronic music festivals in Southern California that drew crowds of tens of thousands.
More than 140 firefighters have responded to a fire that caused the roof to collapse at a commercial building in the San Pedro area.
Driver of the truck was arrested on charges of felony driving under the influence and felony hit and run, police said.
Crews removed hundreds of feet of rope and fishing gear entangled from humpback whale's mouth to its tail. The 35-50 foot creature then swam away southwards.
A plan to convert an old freight rail line in South Los Angeles into a pedestrian and bike pathway got a boost this week with a $15 million federal grant.
Southern California Edison's outage map showed power had been restored for many in Malibu, including Pepperdine University, which earlier canceled classes for the day.