After fire at a three-story, hillside home, crews have ramped up the search for his remains.
Nearly 10,000 California National Guard soldiers have been ordered to repay huge enlistment bonuses a decade after signing up to serve in Iraq and Afghanistan.
A fire that tore through an Ontario recycling center on Friday and sent up a cloud of smoke visible for miles is now under control.
L.A.'s Cultural Heritage Commission has agreed to consider the 92-year-old downtown hotel for designation as a "Historic-Cultural Monument," which would allow its owner to apply for tax breaks in its renovation of the building into a boutique hotel.
Potential flooding may be causing trouble for neighborhoods close to the Los Angeles River.
When LAPD officer Jorge Parra isn't walking the beat in L.A., he's still thinking about the city's street and buildings. He's spent years building a model of L.A. ... out of Legos.
Initiative LV – or LUVE – would lead to the public voting on every big new development before it breaks ground.
They echo opponents' argument that the statewide ballot measure would let violent felons - not just non-violent ones as Prop. 57 states - be eligible for early parole.
Veteran and Paralympian Brad Snyder spoke with Take Two about his path from being blinded in combat to winning gold medals at the Paralympics.
With the Indians advancing to the World Series and the Dodgers and Cubs tying their series, you might have missed what else is going on in sports.
The connector, set to open in 2021, will eliminate the need for many rail transfers, shortening travel time by about 20 minutes through downtown.
For foreign-born Latinos, their first instinct might be to flee buildings during an earthquake. But in California, that can put them in more danger.
A panel of experts discussed the Los Angeles County measure to fund transportation projects. One issue: will the poor be impacted disproportionately?
Critics point out that the commission didn't even meet in the seven months between October 2015 and May 2016.