The Lake Fire in San Bernardino County has scorched 48 square miles of desert brush and forest timber more than a week after it broke out. It was more than halfway contained Monday.Add your comments
Whittier residents reported finding Ziploc bags containing flyers, rocks and candies on their lawns this weekend.
A monsoonal system in northern Mexico and Arizona will bring hot, humid weather and a chance of thunderstorms. Beachgoers should be aware of the potential for lightning strikes.
A homemade aircraft has crashed into a cellphone tower in Southern California, killing one person and injuring another.
Hot, humid weather from Northern Mexico and Arizona will sweep into Southern California Monday, bringing a chance of thunderstorms that will continue through the week.
West Hollywood hugged, waved multicolor flags, snapped selfies and celebrated the Supreme Court's 5-4 ruling Friday that marriage is a right for gay and lesbian couples.
Team USA’s run in Canada is being followed very closely by one girl in particular.
Newcomers are moving into the just-built Vernon Village Park, an affordable housing apartment complex. The city's corrupt past was inspiration for the second season of "True Detective."
A drone stopped one aircraft from delivering 5,000 gallons of retardant to the fire. The blaze in San Bernardino County has charred 36 square miles since June 17.
Obama, long an advocate of physical fitness and healthy lifestyles, will take part in the games' opening ceremonies July 25 at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
L.A. County Fire officials said all evacuations for residences in the area were lifted as of 10 p.m. and residents were able to return to their homes.
Long touted as an answer to the VA's problematic West LA Campus, the "master plan" process was introduced at a town hall meeting Tuesday night.
Metrolink announced Wednesday that its 341 miles of track have been equipped with "positive train control" and the remaining 171 miles of track should be updated by year's end.
Homeless encampments and items left in public areas of Los Angeles by homeless persons can be seized more quickly under new rules approved by the Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday, despite a disruptive protest in the council meeting.
Crews pushed up containment on the Lake Fire in the San Bernardino Mountains to 30 percent by Tuesday morning. Meanwhile, the Washington Fire near Lake Tahoe has grown to nearly 15,000 acres.
Mayor Eric Garcetti responded with a video message saying the money would go toward bringing public art to the Los Angeles River.