The California Highway Patrol says the crash happened early Tuesday near Santa Clarita. All southbound lanes of the freeway were closed for more than three hours before reopening.Add your comments
The budget earmarks $1 million this year for the legal defense fund, but city officials must still approve policy details, including who benefits.
The L.A. County Metropolitan Transportation Authority board is set to wade into the decades-long debate over a proposed tunnel linking the 10 and 210 freeways.
The Orange County city of Santa Ana plans to follow Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco in setting up a legal defense fund for immigrants facing deportation.
He will be buried at Hollywood Forever Cemetery in a private service.
Eight people were injured, none of them critically, when an Aeromexico plane collided with a truck on a taxiway. A separate inbound flight had hydraulic issues but managed to land safely.
George Bennett won the Amgen Tour of California on Saturday although Evan Huffman won the seventh and final stage of the race.
The Eyes on Chechnya rally in downtown L.A. is one of several happening around the nation.
The Giving Spirt doles out kits that include necessities to help people survive conditions on the streets.
When it comes to arresting immigrants, law enforcement officials have long prioritized those with criminal records. That's changing under Trump.
758 guns — everything from handguns to assault rifles — were surrendered last weekend at a gun buyback sponsored by the LAPD.
Just under a third of LA households can buy a median-priced home. Five years ago, more than half of them could. What happened?
Immigration officials say in the president's first 100 days, immigrant arrests nationwide rose by 38 percent. In the Los Angeles area, arrests are up by about 5 percent.
Council members will debate how two new sources of funding for transportation projects will be spent in the coming fiscal year, including on Vision Zero.
Runways in NYC and Paris are made for the press and store buyers. But some designers are skipping them to show in L.A., instead, where the audience is mostly customers.
Voters in Tuesday's general election chose two pro-charter members, tipping the balance of the seven-member Los Angeles Unified School District board.