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Orange County case challenges legality of tiered water rates

The Los Angeles Times reports that the suit alleges San Juan Capistrano's tiered water-rate structure violates state law.

Pacific Storm Brings Rain And Snow To LA County

Pacific Northwest storm to bring rain, snow to SoCal

Showers will start to diminish late Sunday night into Monday, but there is a chance that showers will continue into early Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service.

Train Truck Crash

Metrolink crash: NTSB releases preliminary findings (update)

With investigation continuing, district attorney says no charges will be filed at this time against pickup truck driver involved in Tuesday's Oxnard train crash.

State sees flurry of attention to foster care reform

The past few months, legislators have proposed a series of bills to address what some child welfare advocates believe are the system's biggest flaws.

Would-be Eagle Scout to try to trap birds of prey at LAX

LAX says on Thursday a Boy Scout troop will place a trap at the airport designed to catch and relocate birds of prey, including red-tailed hawks and barn owls.

Los Angeles street race leaves 2 pedestrians dead, 1 hurt

Capt. John McMahon says all three victims were stuck early Thursday by a gray Mustang, which then crashed into a utility pole in the suburban Chatsworth area.

FAQ: You're stuck on train tracks! What do you do?

In light of Tuesday's Metrolink crash, it's important to know what to do if you ever find yourself accidentally stuck on train tracks.

Metrolink train collision: Train's camera captured video of crash (update)

NTSB official says video of fiery collision that injured dozens is being studied in Washington. Lawyer for truck's driver says driver tried repeatedly to free vehicle from the tracks.

Arroyo Seco residents, homeless clash on crime, housing at town hall

At the center of the discussion were the dozens of encampments that have taken root along the 110 Freeway. Residents said they've also seen an increase in crime and drug use.

Woman rescued from Hollywood strip mall engulfed in flames

Los Angeles fire officials say a woman was hospitalized in grave condition after being rescued from a strip mall engulfed in flames in the Hollywood area.

Appeals court won't overturn McCourts' divorce agreement

A California appellate court has rejected a bid by the ex-wife of former Los Angeles Dodgers owner Frank McCourt to toss out a divorce agreement.

Metrolink train crash: Truck driver charged with felony hit-and-run (updated)

The driver of the truck involved in a Tuesday morning collision with a Metrolink train has been arrested on suspicion of felony hit-and-run with injury.

Arroyo Seco town hall to address homeless issues Tuesday night

Neighborhood groups, police and homeless service providers will meet Tuesday night to discuss what can be done about the growing number of homeless living along the Arroyo Seco corridor.

Los Angeles rolls out online database of historic sites

Officials gathered Tuesday on the 26th floor of City Hall, itself a historic landmark, to roll out a new website called HistoricPlacesLA.org.

Police involved in South LA shooting, suspect sent to hospital

Los Angeles Police officers were involved in a shooting on the 600 block of west 43rd Place in South Los Angeles around 2:30 pm this afternoon.

FasTrak express lanes turn 2, but traffic remains

MTA officials say it's all about the economy and an increase in commuters. There are more drivers on the 10 Freeway now than there were last year.