The airport is expected to serve around 40,000 international passengers a day this summer — a record number. Here's what officials recommend you do to avoid the crowds.Add your comments
Changes to a "mansionization" law would eliminate or scale back provisions that allow homeowners in some areas to build bigger.
The three-year deal must still be approved by the CSU's Board of Trustees, which is expected to take the issue up during its May 24-25 meeting.
Entitled, lazy, tech-obsessed: just some of the labels attached to Millennials. In a Take Two special, host A Martinez busts the myths with those who are living the Gen Y life.
Why is Gen Y one of the most active generations in half-a-century?
Owners of buildings with 16 or more dwelling units that are at least three stories tall will soon start to receive notices to complete a seismic retrofit.
Ten years ago Carol Romo's parents were deported after living in the U.S. for over 20 years. At just 16 she had to decide--should she follow her family or stay behind?
Generation Y is faced with pressures unique to the times. How do they cope? Three Millennials from different backgrounds discuss.
Soon Coast Guard Air Station Los Angeles will be no more. The helicopters, mechanics and air crewmembers are relocating to Point Mugu in Ventura County.
A KPCC investigation found LA's plan to install bus shelters has fallen apart, leaving bus riders finding alternative ways of seeking shade. Tell us yours!
But state officials said Monday that Los Angeles, California's largest city, saw the most growth in housing, with 12,224 new units.
A KPCC probe found the city's bus shelter program has collapsed, with hundreds of structures unbuilt and millions in projected revenues yet to be realized.
May Day marchers chanting slogans and carrying signs — and at least one Donald Trump piñata — took to the streets of Los Angeles on Sunday.
Police are investigating why the car jumped the curb and plowed into pedestrians Saturday afternoon.
The project will create about five miles of road going in both directions of the freeway between Citrus Street in West Covina and the 57 Freeway.
The free rides will be available on the entire Expo Line, not just the new extension. They begin at noon May 20 and last until close of service May 21.