Climate March

Carole Kravetz

L.A. joins climate marches around the world

On the eve of a major climate conference in Paris, activists in Los Angeles join with people around the world to press for action on climate change.

Los Angeles Lakers v Atlanta Hawks

Dear Basketball, Kobe Bryant's retiring

Always an original, the Lakers star announced today that he'll retire at the end of the 2015-2016 season. And he did it with a poem.

Hunt on for mother of baby buried alive in Compton

The sheriff's department is asking for the public's help in finding the mother of a newborn baby who was found buried under asphalt and rubble near the L.A. River.

Viewing today for Downey officer killed in line of duty

A community pays tribute to Ricardo "Ricky" Galvez who was shot during what police say is a botched robbery.

Coyote snatches small dog from Laguna Beach home

A particularly brazen coyote snuck into a house and snapped up a Chihuahua from a bedroom where a baby and two other dogs were sleeping.

16 fall ill after taking spice drug in downtown San Diego

For the second weekend in a row the synthetic version of marijuana has caused multiple overdoses and sent nearly a dozen people to the hospital.

USC rolls past UCLA 40-21, takes Pac-12 South title

Southern California clinched the Pac-12 South title with a 40-21 victory over No. 22 UCLA.

Big Bear ski resorts get a white Friday

Resorts have been making man-made snow to groom the slopes, but even a small amount of the real stuff was welcome.

USC's Kessler fights for an upbeat finish to career vs UCLA

The winner of Saturday's crosstown rivalry showdown gets the Pac-12 South title and a berth in the conference championship game next week against No. 13 Stanford.

Grants for quake-retrofits available to more homes around LA

State funds will help 1,000 homeowners pay for a critical quake retrofit. It's an expansion of a program aimed at shoring up certain types of single family homes.

Freeze watch for Inland Empire, upper deserts

Temperatures could get as low as 28 degrees Friday night and into Saturday morning in the Inland Empire, and as low as 23 degrees in the upper deserts.

CHP boosting checkpoints, patrols during holiday weekend

Officers will be on the lookout for just about everything, from people driving under the influence, to speeding, to major collision factors like unsafe lane changes and erratic driving.

5 places to see holiday lights in SoCal

What Los Angeles lacks in snow it makes up for in lights. From a reindeer village to a boat parade, here's where you can get in the yuletide spirit SoCal style.

How to surf El Niño: Tips from a professional

Big wave surfer Alex Gray has a few ideas about what it takes to ride the kind of waves that the King Tides and El Niño often bring.

After setbacks, Metro aiming to repair Blue Line by Friday

Metro has still been sorting out the damage from the Monday morning accident.

4 plucked from ocean after boat capsizes near Long Beach

No injuries reported but four people spend an hour in the chilly water before being rescued.