When talking about language diversity in California, most think Spanish. But Californians speak over 200 languages — and courts need translators.
A transgender teen who said he was beaten and sexually assaulted in a California high school bathroom recanted the story, police said Tuesday.
New information lends credence to the theory that the coins come from an inside-job heist from the San Francisco Mint over 100 years ago.
At least 13 people were injured, two seriously, when a man driving a minivan collided with a Metro Blue Line train in downtown Los Angeles on Tuesday morning.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will be in the Southland through Thursday, and authorities warned the public of traffic tie-ups on Los Angeles' Westside.
The recent rainfall may have brought bacteria, debris, trash and other public health hazards into the ocean, according to health officials.
The new page provides information on call volume and wait times. It also shows how much money the utility has left uncollected because of system problems.
A federal judge recently struck down portions of two tough-on-crime ballot initiatives that hampered the ability of prisoners to be paroled. The decision could lead to the release of many serious felons.
OXY USA plans to drill 85 oil wells on its property along Pacific Coast Highway; the city says noise reduction efforts will be made.
City officials tell residents the concrete barriers that protected their homes during the storms will remain in place for years as the threat of mudslides remains.
The Democrat from Montebello is facing federal charges on 24 counts of fraud, bribery and money laundering.
Forecasters predicted only showers in Southern California on Sunday, tapering off through the afternoon as the storm heads east.
Organizers make last-minute adjustments for the Academy Awards, which are slated to get started at 5:30 on ABC.
The weekend storm notwithstanding, California still faces a severe water shortage that legislators addressed in a wide-ranging bill.
Steady rain drenched much of Southern California Saturday, with more showers and thunderstorms expected throughout the night. Bursts of showers caused rocks to tumble down hillsides and pushed mud into backyards.
For the second year, hundreds of visual-effects workers will be protesting instead of celebrating Hollywood's big night.