"Lice removal salon" may summon images of sterile, white walls and face masks, but Hair Angels takes a different tack: the walls are bright blue, the salon chairs and hair dryers bubblegum pink.
When the 4.4 magnitude temblor struck Monday morning, KTLA-TV anchors were live on the air. They did what the experts recommend: "drop, cover and hold on."
The accident at Fletcher Drive and San Fernando Road left seven people injured, including four officers traveling in an unmarked car, police said.
An earthquake with a magnitude of 4.4 struck near Westwood, Calif., early Monday morning, but authorities said there was no damage to schools or public roads.
California's tenacious drought is imperiling the tri-colored blackbird in state's Central Valley.
Less than a week after opening day, the Little League season has been indefinitely suspended in Newport Beach.
The Blue Angels headed back into the wild blue yonder a year after budget cuts grounded the Navy's famous daredevil fliers.
No drugs were found, but authorities say smugglers are carrying bigger payloads as they push farther north
Los Angeles police said Sunday they have no solid leads that might help find two parents who allegedly abducted their four children from a grandmother's home.
L.A. has a reputation for being a city that looks forward and rarely looks back, for better or worse. But a new report on L.A. cities' efforts to preserve the past has ranked them by their efforts.
The Shinnyo-en Buddhist order donated $6.6 million to USC to promote the study of Japanese religion and culture. The pledge comes as USC attempts to raise $6 billion.
Detectives were investigating a possible homicide after remains that appeared to be a human skull and a shoe were found near a wildfire in northern Los Angeles County.
A magnitude 3.9 earthquake that shook some of Los Angeles' suburbs generally went unnoticed by residents. There were no reports of damage or injuries caused by the temblor.
The body of a woman whose body was found at an Orange County recycling plant has been identified by Anaheim police as Jarrae Nikole Estepp.
Several community assistance organizations are suing California, alleging it improperly diverted $370 million intended to help homeowners struggling with foreclosures.
The Times dismissed a reporter Friday after discovering he had an inappropriate relationship with a source for a front-page story the paper says contained an error.