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Street vendors push for legalization as county cracks down

As the city council moves towards legalization, there are no immediate plans to do so in unincorporated parts of the L.A. County.

Santa Ana City Council moves to oust city manager

Santa Ana’s city government is ending the year in turmoil after the city council voted in a special meeting Wednesday to put City Manager David Cavazos on leave.

Driving before New Year's? Parts of I-5 will be closed

Portions of the Golden State Freeway between the Hollywood Freeway (State Route 170) and the Kern County line will be closed at night and in the early morning through early Saturday, Caltrans said.

3 quakes hit near Lake Tahoe, felt across region

The moderate quakes, which started at 12:18 a.m., were followed by a series of smaller aftershocks, but there were no immediate reports of problems.

Motorists warned of strong winds in LA, Ventura counties

Gusts in parts of Los Angeles and Ventura counties could reach up to 55 miles per hour. The advisory will be in effect until 3 p.m. Tuesday.

3.3-magnitude quake strikes off Malibu

The quake hit just before 3 a.m., originating a little more than 9 miles deep. A few hundred people reported feeling slight shaking in Malibu and nearby communities.

'Zero waste' after football games at the LA Coliseum

More than 90 percent of the trash generated during Rams and USC football games is recycled or composted, a goal set by the university, which took over management of the stadium in 2013.

No judges, no boundaries in this surf competition

The Trace Up - Stack Up surf competition judges competitors across the world via data collected through trackers on their boards.

Weather advisories issued ahead of holiday weekend

Wind and winter weather warnings, flood watches were issued in anticipation of this weekends storms. The CHP also put plows and patrols on standby.

How you can help spread cheer to Pasadena's homeless

Union Station Homeless Services has enough volunteers for their annual Christmas meal, but there are still ways you can help.

Rain prompts local winter shelters to extend operation hours

With an incoming storm expected to drench Southern California, several local winter shelters are buckling down and planning to keep their doors open longer.

California state senator proposes naming freeway for Obama

The name would apply to the stretch of the 134 between Interstate 210 in Pasadena and State Route 2 in Glendale.

LA warehouse closed after Oakland fire — others may follow

One Los Angeles warehouse has been closed and there may be other closings as city officials investigate buildings that may pose health and safety issues.

More delays, cancellations at LAX

LAX officials projected cancellations for eight departing flights and six arriving flights and delays for about 90 arriving flights and almost 50 departing flights on Friday morning.

Gold Line repairs continuing through Friday

Train service is still being replaced with bus shuttles between Allen and Sierra Madre Villa stations, as repairs along the tracks are underway.

LGBT youths are calling this LA-based crisis hotline. And they're afraid of Trump.

In the week after the election, The Trevor Project heard from a record number of LGBT youths worried about how Trump's administration will affect them.