Private donors and the state have set aside funds to help young unauthorized immigrants cover the $495 fee before an Oct. 5 deadline.
And not just LA; according to former LA Weekly food critic Besha Rodell, this may just be the best bite of food in the entire world.
Fewer trains will run on the route on Sept. 23 and 24. There are usually 12 trains, but this weekend there will be only four with two running in each direction.
The busiest border crossing in the U.S.— between San Diego and Tijuana — will close this weekend to the more than 40,000 cars that pass through it daily to Mexico.
Pasadena residents: You now live in an "Early Learning City." An official launch event will be held Saturday at Brookside Park.
The Los Angeles County transit agency is joining with several foundations to provide loans to developers who would build affordable housing near bus and rail lines.
It's a bird! It's a plane! It's hundreds of skydivers competing for a national title in wingsuit gliding!
A measure backed by the Trump administration seeks to change the family-based immigration visa system to one favoring those with job skills and college degrees.
There are some students and faculty at Cal State Long Beach who say mascot Prospector Pete represents a dark history for native peoples and minorities in the state.
Showers and drizzle have fallen around the region Thursday, and the National Weather Service says some locations have received up to a quarter-inch of rain.
A new Netflix series looks at the lives and works of inmate firefighters.
The U.S. Geological Survey says a magnitude-3.6 quake hit at about 11:20 p.m. Monday night. Its epicenter was about 3.6 miles (6 kilometers) northwest of Westwood.
A SoCal engineer who worked for a defense contractor has been sentenced to prison for selling sensitive satellite information to an undercover FBI employee he thought was a Russian intelligence agent.
The agency plans to partner with a private company to help run the service, which could take riders to transportation hubs or service areas without buses and trains.
Book by book, this annual book drive puts together a massive library — and gives it away.