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Strange dorm attack at Cal State San Marcos

A man forced his way into a dorm room, where he assaulted one person and bit another before running away.


World Series opener could be the hottest ever

The deserts are probably going to be cooler than the beaches as a brutal heat wave heads our way — just in time for the first pitch.

The Weinstein Company's Pre-Oscar Dinner in partnership with Bvlgari and Grey Goose

DGA moves to kick out Harvey Weinstein

The Directors Guild of America has started disciplinary proceeding against him after a litany of sexual harassment and assault accusations.

While travel ban on hold, heavy vetting cuts issued visas

Federal courts in Hawaii and Maryland this week blocked President Trump’s third attempt at a travel ban, but they did not suspend restrictions like tighter vetting.

LA Weekly is being sold to mysterious Semanal Media

Media analyst Ken Doctor says alternative newspapers like the LA Weekly have struggled to adapt in a digital world.

Missing Joshua Tree hikers died in apparent murder-suicide

Joseph Orbeso shot his girlfriend Rachel Nguyen before shooting himself, detectives believe, based on gunshot wounds and evidence located at the scene.

'Operation Jungle Book' is largest wildlife trafficking sweep in SoCal

From a baby tiger cub to monitor lizards and a macaw, authorities have seized dozens of animals and filed charges against 16 people.

Playa del Rey ditches its controversial road diet

It worked well in Mar Vista. And Silver Lake. And San Pedro. What went wrong in Playa del Rey?

Can Metro's innovation guru transport LA into the future?

With LA hosting the 2028 Olympics, Joshua Schank has to figure out how to move all those extra people around this massive city.

Charred body found near Mt. Wilson fire

Authorities say a charred body has been found on Mt. Wilson northeast of Los Angeles, where crews working in steep terrain are trying to surround a smoldering wildfire.

Great ShakeOut: Californians prepare for annual earthquake drill

Participants planning to "drop, cover and hold on" include more than 6 million K-12 students and nearly 2 million people at colleges and universities as well as governments, businesses, faith-based organizations and individuals. The drill starts at 10:19 a.m.

De León pledges change in targeting Sen. Feinstein's seat

The battle for Dianne Feinstein's U.S. Senate seat is taking shape with her strongest Democratic challenger suggesting she is part of the Washington status quo.

Firefighters reach 25 percent containment on Mount Wilson fire

The blaze was initially estimated at around 5 acres, but it steadily expanded as flames chewed through dry brush, reaching 50 acres.

​Crews douse fire at huge oil refinery in El Segundo

Dozens of firefighters responded late Tuesday to the 1,000-acre Chevron El Segundo Refinery just south of Los Angeles, which processes nearly 275,000 barrels of crude per day.

NB 57 lanes still reduced following brush fires

Northbound traffic was reduced to two lanes at Lambert Road in Brea after two brush fires broke out near the freeway about 25 miles east of downtown Los Angeles. The fires have since been contained.

Trump's 3rd travel ban blocked: A closer look at the Hawaii court order

Two federal judges temporarily restrained President Trump’s third attempt at restricting travel from mostly Muslim-majority nations. Here's a look at one of those court orders.