Fast-moving brush fire burns in Lake View Terrace


Firefighters were facing winds from the south coming in at 9 mph, as well as gusts up to 19 mph, pushing the fire up a ravine.

San Diego Gay Men's Chorus

Padres under fire for mishandling gay chorus' national anthem


The San Diego Gay Men's Chorus was ready to sing at the Padres game Saturday when a recording of a woman's voice was played instead and members were escorted off the field.

California bus crash leaves 20 injured, 6 seriously

All 20 of the injured were taken to hospital by ground ambulance and all were expected to survive, Kern said. Two people aboard were not injured.

LA's Expo Line cleared after car lands on tracks

Metro officials say service has resumed on the newly expanded Expo Line after a car crashed through a fence and ended up blocking tracks in both directions.

Bus rollover in San Bernardino Mountains injures 26

Two people were critically wounded when a shuttle bus rolled over on Highway 330.

ET rolls home through streets of Los Angeles

The massive, 66,000-pound fuel tank is expected to arrive at the California Science Center at 7:30 p.m.

Young Guatemalan immigrant arrested after deportation order

Immigration officials aren't saying if a planned crackdown targeting recent arrivals has begun in Los Angeles area. But they say a young Guatemalan man arrested this week fits their "enforcement priorities."

Here's how to avoid traffic from NASA fuel tank's LA trip

ET is coming — that is, the ET-94 space shuttle fuel tank, inching its way through Los Angeles and heralded by traffic advisories. We've got your back on where to avoid.

Expo Line extension opens Friday — here's what you should know

Service on the Expo Line light rail extension starts at noon Friday, and whether you’re a seasoned rider or a Metro newbie, we have a rundown of the key things you’ll want to know.

County sweetening the pot for landlords to accept Section 8

With L.A.'s vacancy rate hovering at just 2.7 percent, apartment hunting is a competitive sport. But Section 8 voucher holders are the underdogs.

Ovarian Psycos Bicycle Brigade rides with a purpose

A ride with the Ovarian Psyco Bicycle Brigade, an all-women of color group of LA bicyclists who ride to address issues of community, violence against women and more.

Love on the rails: Will the Expo extension motivate daters to cast a wider net?

The new track could mean less time on the road for commuters. It might also bring some relief to the city's daters.

Fire torches former Ruby's Diner site on Seal Beach pier

Fireboats raced to the scene and directed water cannons toward the flames while 70 firefighters battled the blaze from atop the pier.

Expo Line to Santa Monica begins service with free rides

It's the train LA's been waiting 60 years for — you can finally ride from downtown to Santa Monica! Here's everything you need to know about the new Expo Line.

Is it possible to make buses as cool as the train?

In the '90s, Metro worked to make their buses look and feel more like a train, enlarging the windows, adding covers to hide the wheels and granting them their own lanes. It worked.

A former Red Car conductor rides the new Expo Line

Long before the Expo Line extension, the city's Red Car system transported Angelenos from L.A. to Santa Monica.