The 87-year-old sewer that collapsed, sending millions of gallons of sewage into the L.A. River, failed two years before it was to be repaired.Add your comments
Prosecutors say the man and his friends went on a hiking trail in Tarzana to shoot a handgun earlier this month.
The school has voluntarily banned the men's basketball team from postseason play and will pay fines and serve a three-year probation after a director was found to have helped athletes cheat on tests.
Japanese-Americans led a march through Little Tokyo on the anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, calling for solidarity with Muslims.
Vote results won't be certified until mid-December, but the state's newly registered voters show the growing influence of younger and Latino voters.
The U.S. Postal Service has released the dates by which your packages must be postmarked to end up under your recipient's tree — and what items you can't send.
When drivers fail to heed those sirens, they can slow down police and fire department vehicles and even cause traffic accidents.
State agencies hold personal data on hundreds of thousands of people in the U.S. illegally. Political leaders vow not to turn it over to the Trump administration.
A Santa Monica beach restoration project plans to protect Southern California's coastline. Tom Ford from the Bay Foundation explains how.
Updated: The Metro Gold Line station at Lake Avenue and all lanes of the 210 Freeway have reopened following a bomb squad investigation into a suspicious item.
Operation Santa, a holiday charity effort led by the US Postal Service, is celebrating its 104th year of delivering gifts to thousands in need.
Maybe it's because millennials can use a Bible app on their iPad instead of reaching for a hard copy.
Major stretches of Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street will be closed in anticipation of Saturday's premiere of "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story."
A grant from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority will allow upgrades at intersections that feed into the Rose Bowl area, which gets congested during events.
The Trojans will try to once again crush the Nittany Lions in a rematch of the 2009 Rose Bowl, which USC won 38-24.
Lions and tigers and bears, oh no! That's the goal of a proposed city ordinance making it illegal to exhibit exotic animals purely for entertainment.