At 18, Bernard Moon was looking at a bright future. A charismatic high school honors student and athlete, he had been accepted at elite universities. But his life was cut short by the blast of a homemade rocket.
All those 17 to 25-year-olds have the potential to rock this presidential election — especially in one state and for one party.
Waze will provide real-time data for Caltrans' QuickMap app and website. In exchange, Caltrans will provide Waze with information on road closures, construction projects and other conditions that can tie up traffic.
Los Angeles County's transit agency hopes to put a sales tax increase on the November ballot. Now the agency is asking for public comment on what to fund with the money.
Former L.A. City Council member Bill Rosendahl, who died late last month of cancer, is being honored today at a memorial mass.
Evacuations have been called off in a Montclair neighborhood following a recycling facility fire being fully contained, according to a fire spokesperson.
The San Bernardino Line received a total makeover, while the 91 and Ventura County lines got minor updates in an attempt to improve "on-time" performance.
California lawmakers questioned high speed rail officials about their latest plan to build the bullet train in Northern California first rather than in SoCal.
The Air Quality Management District named former EPA administrator Wayne Nastri as acting chief of the group after the board ousted its long time leader.
Amid rising crime, Pacoima residents are hoping that hard-won gains against gang violence will turn back the tide.
Violent crime in Los Angeles has increased for two years in a row. A panel of experts examine why and what is being done to tackle the issue
A small plane crashed on Interstate 15 near Fallbrook in San Diego County on Saturday struck a car, killing one person and injuring five others, authorities said. The same plane landed on I-15 in 2000.
When former cop, playwright and KPCC Morning Edition host Steve Julian was diagnosed with cancer, his wife knew she would need to reach out to the communities that have shaped his very public life.
Japanese-Americans in California have been working hard to strengthen ties between the API queer community and its friends, families and allies. This new conference series is a start.
The Southern California regional rail agency has come out with a way for riders to purchase tickets on their smart phones.
On Thursday, 200 of L.A.'s homeless were met with a hot meal and a Citypak — a backpack designed with the needs of homeless people in mind.