LA2024 submitted its second bid file covering governance, legal and venue funding to the International Olympic Committee on Friday.
The beach city is throwing out a challenge starting this week: give up your car every Friday and take advantage of the new Expo Line, bike sharing or Big Blue Bus.
New flight paths in and out of Southern California airports will produce some winners who get less noise and some losers who will get more.
Tetra Tech gets $400 million from US DOE to expand detection system for smuggled nuclear materials, an increasing worry for security experts.
Winds gusting to around 40 mph and single-digit humidity could turn small fires into big ones. The conditions could last into the weekend.
Plans for the new sports park include a 5,000-seat soccer stadium, along with 25 tennis courts, seven soccer fields, five volleyball courts and a playground.
As of June 30, more than half a million applications for naturalization were pending nationwide, or over 100,000 more than a year earlier.
The owner of the track doesn't plan to end horse racing anytime soon but put Measure GG on November's ballot with an eye toward the future.
Need motivation to walk? Don't like walking alone? "The People Walker" by Chuck McCarthy is here to help. It'll only set you back $7 per mile.
The "My Figueroa" project will add wider sidewalks, bus platforms, landscaping and a protected bike lane to Figueroa Street in downtown Los Angeles.
Vin Scully's iconic voice on the videoboard welcomed a sellout crowd to Game No. 162, the regular-season finale, yes, and more notably the last of his decorated, Hall of Fame broadcasting career.
Soon the Gold Line will connect six more foothill cities. Engineering plans were approved Thursday for the 12.3-mile extension connecting Glendora to Montclair.
Why a Chinese messaging app is a component of an underground market for home-cooked cuisine from China.
Legendary Dodgers announcer Vin Scully has just a few more hours of airtime in a broadcast career that has spanned 67 years. Take Two'st A Martinez explains why he thinks Scully is the greatest broadcaster of all time.
He will call his final game for the Los Angeles Dodgers Sunday in San Francisco. Here are six reasons why he's the best announcer who ever lived.
The attraction was pulled because critics say it was made light of the mentally ill.