The agency that manages Orange County's toll roads considers a resignation settlement deal with its outgoing CEO at a board meeting in Irvine Thursday.
It's one of the key political contests in the region this year, as voters choose who'll lead the largest — and most troubled — law enforcement agency in LA County.
The veteran officer died last week in a traffic accident in Beverly Hills. The services will begin affecting traffic as early as Wednesday night.
The beloved TV host's desert hideway went to an anonymous buyer for cash after receiving multiple offers, according to a real estate agent handling the sale.
A beta version of LASHP Trails, which includes three predefined trails supplemented with historical information and workout tips, will be released on April 13.
LA Metro unearthed several fossils in preparation of the Purple Line extension. These fossil tell a story of an LA once covered by the ocean.
Residents of an evacuated apartment building across from the site of a massive San Francisco fire won't immediately be able to return home.
Menlo Park police Commander Dave Bertini says Facebook's campus was locked down Tuesday night after San Francisco police passed along a report of a threat shortly after 7 p.m.
San Francisco firefighters have prevented a major blaze from spreading from a condominium construction site to nearby buildings.
The National Weather Service says red flag warnings will be in effect Wednesday morning through afternoon.
A hiker who spent a chilly night huddled under chaparral in a Los Angeles County wilderness area has been airlifted to safety.
The DMV held an initial public hearing Tuesday as it puzzles through how to regulate the public's use of the self-driving car technology that is still being tested.
Guatemalan government officials are planning to open a new consulate in San Bernardino by July.
Friends and family will gather Thursday to remember Nicholas Lee, a 16-year Los Angeles police veteran who died when a truck slammed into his police cruiser Friday.
Twenty-four students who were injured in a dramatic stage collapse in Anaheim Saturday night have all been released from area hospitals, according to Anaheim Police Department.
Two drivers were treated at a hospital after their car crash disturbed a bee hive Sunday. A deputy who came to their aid was also stung, but not hospitalized.