USC athletic director Pat Haden announced the decision Monday after "careful consideration of what is in the best interest of the university and our student-athletes."Add your comments
Downtown Los Angeles saw the longest stretch of triple digit heat in more than 25 years last week.
What’s next for USC football after Sarkisian departure, plus the curious case of Chase Utley’s slide
If you missed this weekend in L.A. sports, well...it was a doozie.
One-fifth of drone sightings by airline pilots and near-misses of commercial aircraft have been around LAX. The FAA is responding with education programs and ads.
Passengers had reported long lines at several locations across the country, including major airports like LAX, which provided water and canopies to those stuck waiting in line outside.
At Los Angeles International Airport, dozens of people crowded the Southwest terminal, waiting to be issued hand-written tickets.
Only about 1,200 people remain without power Sunday morning.
Workers were placing a new bridge deck into position when the temporary support beams near East Grand Boulevard collapsed, injuring the workers.
L.A. drivers are in for what's expected to be worse than usual traffic as President Obama visits Saturday for fundraising events.
Various agencies are coordinating to find a way, if any, to help the whale. The whale was spotted by fishermen on Friday morning.
Southern California is baking under an unusually intense October heat wave Friday.
What were they thinking? UCLA frat party reignites questions over millennial’s relationship with blackface
Two Greek organizations at UCLA have come under criticism after holding a Kanye West-themed party where some attendees wore blackface.
Goodwill goes high-end with new style boutique thrift stores in Orange County
Race organizers are taking unusual steps to keep runners hydrated and cool. They are even letting the half-marathoners start early to beat the heat.
A fraternity and sorority have come under fire for having a "Kanye Western"-themed party, giving rise to the hashtag #BlackBruinsMatter.
Students took to the streets in droves Wednesday as part of the annual Walk to School Day, an international effort to raise awareness of road safety issues around schools.