Studio City sinkhole repairs could take weeks


Two cars and chunks of pavement disappeared when the sinkhole opened up on the 4200 block of Laurel Canyon Boulevard during last week's intense rainfall.

Presidents Day Protests Los Angeles

#NotMyPresidentsDay protest draws anti-Trump crowd in LA


Monday's rally at L.A. City Hall was the latest demonstration against Trump's agenda and policies. Similar rallies were held in cities around the country.

Infrastructure Growing Gridlock

Traffic study ranks LA as world's most clogged city

L.A. drivers averaged 104 hours each driving in congestion during peak travel periods in 2016, according to a study by a transportation analytics firm.

A tale of two dams

Amid the damage at the Oroville Dam, a $1 billion auxiliary spillway is set to be completed this year at California's Folsom Dam. Both cases represent widely diverging conditions across California's dams, as well as the challenge of maintaining older dams with outdated designs.

More Southern California rain on the way, road closures remain

Road closures remain in effect on Laurel Canyon Boulevard after a sinkhole swallowed two cars Friday.

Thousands gather for LA immigration protest

Activists marched through downtown streets and clustered near City Hall on Saturday.

2 dead as SoCal awaits end of massive storm

Two deaths, a sinkhole that swallowed two cars in Studio City and lingering concerns about flooding, mudslides and other damage are among the markers left behind from a storm that slashed across the region. The rain is expected to ease up Saturday afternoon.

SoCal storm brings heavy rain, damage

The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch across much of Southern California, including all of Santa Barbara, Ventura and Los Angeles counties, including islands, and all recent burn areas.

Orange County, ACLU settle lawsuit over homeless encampments

A settlement reached Friday between the ACLU and Orange County opens fencing that had penned in homeless encampments along the Santa Ana River.

Gardena police fatally shoot man

Officers on patrol stopped to deal with a disturbance in a parking lot on W. Rosecrans Ave. when the man fired a weapon and ran.

Looming SoCal storm triggers advisories, preparation, evacuations

What could be the strongest storm system to hit the area in years will move into L.A. and Ventura counties Thursday night. Up to 6 inches expected in the valleys and 10 in the mountains.

​Ex-Palm Springs mayor, developers charged in corruption case

Stephen Philip Pougnet, who was mayor from 2012 to 2014, allegedly took $375,000 in bribes from developers, prosecutors said.

New Hollywood bar Girl at the White Horse says 'drink at home'

"What we wanted to do was make it as simplified as possible. You can call your spirit and we’ll probably have one mixer with it. Almost the way you’d come home from work and just pour something."

How a child abuse hotline is landing black kids in foster care

One in three black kids are reported to LA's Department of Child and Family Services' child protection hotline before the age of five. Take Two examines why with investigative reporter, Garrett Therolf.

LA Mayor Bowron's role in the Japanese American internment

On the 75th anniversary of Executive Order 9066, LA City Archivist Michael Holland tells us the story of Mayor Fletcher Bowron's support for the criminal mistreatment of his city's Japanese-American citizens.

LA-bound Armenian Christians held up in travel ban's wake

A group of Armenian Christian refugees are awaiting their fate in Iran after they got caught in the backwash of President Donald Trump's travel ban.