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Coroner: Man hit by Metro train was 57, from Altadena

Officials will not make his name public because his family has not been notified. Investigators are still trying to determine why he was in a South Pasadena crosswalk.

High winds to move into Southern California

Wind gusts between 45 mph and 50 mph are expected in the mountains and forecasters say the winds could prove hazardous for high-profile vehicles.

Obama pledges to fight LA poverty in designated 'Promise Zone'

President Obama is using the anniversary of the War on Poverty to establish poverty-fighting "Promise Zones" in cities across the across the country.

Process to pick LA County Sheriff Baca's interim successor is underway

There are laws about certifications a sheriff must have. County supervisors and lawyers are working to determine the qualifications for whoever will complete Baca's term.

Bicyclist struck, killed by Metrolink train

Authorities are investigating the death of a bicyclist struck and killed by a Metrolink in southern Los Angeles County.

Airbnb 'party house' in Glendale shut down after complaints

Sites like Airbnb are not without their critics, especially in Glendale. That's where a 4,000 square foot estate has been listed.

2 killed, 5 hurt in fire at Santa Ana group home (updated)

Two people were killed and five others were injured in an early morning fire Wednesday at a group home for developmentally disabled adult women in Santa Ana.

LA Sheriff Baca's legacy on immigration

Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca, who announced his pending retirement Tuesday, has had a complicated relationship with immigrants.

Backers of pension initiative cleared to collect signatures

San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed says he'll confer with other proponents to decide whether to accept changes made by Attorney General Kamala Harris.

As Baca withdraws, his possible successors line up

With the L.A. County Sheriff's sudden decision to retire, declared candidates prep for the fight while others consider a run in the June primary.

Connector between 2 and 5 freeways scheduled to reopen

The connector closed following a tanker fire in July of last year that charred concrete.

What it's like to be on a Metro Train during an accident

Off-Ramp producer Kevin Ferguson was on the Gold Line train that killed a man Saturday; it was a strange and awful experience.

Drunk driving fatalities inch up after 5 year decline

An overview of statewide statistics shows for five years, fewer Californians died in drunk driving crashes but 2012 shows a bit of an uptick.

Historic cold? Not here thanks to stubborn high pressure

Meteorologists say a high pressure system stalled over the Eastern Pacific is deflecting cooler, wetter weather to other parts of the country.

Ex-UFC champ Tito Ortiz arrested for suspected DUI

Authorities say they have arrested former UFC light heavyweight champion Tito Ortiz for investigation of driving under the influence after he hit a freeway median in Los Angeles.

Padres: Hall of Fame broadcasterJerry Coleman dies at 89

The San Diego Padres say Hall of Fame broadcaster Jerry Coleman, a former major league ballplayer whose pro career was interrupted by two wars, has died after a brief illness.