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Small cities seek fair share of Measure M funding pie


The voter-approved Measure M transportation sales tax increase will fund large projects but cities with smaller populations want their share of the revenues, too.

Notre Dame giving award to Homeboy Industries founder

The university is giving its Laetare Medal to the founder of the Los Angeles-based gang intervention, rehabilitation and re-entry program.

High winds knock trees onto cars in LA

Wind warnings persist after gusts knock out power near LA

The National Weather Service says potentially damaging winds will persist before dying down Tuesday afternoon. Mountain areas could see gusts topping 60 mph.

Razing LAPD's Parker Center: A glass house that wasn't transparent

Proust wrote that there is no such thing as a beautiful prison. And so it is with Parker Center. It exactly represents a miserable policing policy that twice in 27 years caused the policed population to rise up and burn the city.

Drivers cautioned as winds sweep through Southern California

The National Weather Service has posted wind warnings and advisories for many areas on Monday, saying gusts topping 60 mph could be strong enough to bring down trees and power poles.

Harrison Ford says he was distracted when he flew over plane

The 74-year-old actor was told to land his single-engine plane on Runway 20L, but he instead landed on a parallel taxiway. An American Airlines flight was on the same taxiway, waiting to take off.

Trump supporters rally, clash with counter-protesters

Supporters of President Donald Trump demonstrated in Huntington Beach and Hollywood Saturday. Three anti-Trump protesters arrested for using pepper spray

Paralympian to highlight accessiblity issues at CicLAvia

Sunday's CivLAvia takes place between Culver City and Venice with a special focus on accessibility challenges for those with disabilities.

LA Council approves plan to raze old police headquarters

Preservations have said the city shouldn't demolish the building. But engineers say it would cost about $107 million more to preserve it and build the tower next door.

Los Angeles officials warn of immigration consultant scams

The Trump administration’s stepped up immigration enforcement is ripe for fraud by notarios, those who charge to help immigrants avoid deportation, officials say.

LAX airlines swap terminals in 'monumental' move

Twenty-one airlines will swap terminals on May 12, 14 and 16, as the airport finalizes a reconfiguration that’s part of a long-term modernization plan.

Anaheim to start inspecting residential motels

Motels in Anaheim that serve as long-term homes for low-income people will soon be subject to inspections to ensure safe, sanitary living conditions.

Fear of deportation is driving immigrants to seek legal advice

More and more families are filling up the waiting rooms of free legal clinics like the one hosted by El Rescate in L.A.

​Bridge closure leaves Big Sur community reeling

Heavy rains this winter damaged the span on iconic Highway 1 beyond repair, splitting the touristy Big Sur area in two and stranding more than 400 residents on one side

ICE lists LA authorities among those releasing immigrants

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement issued a list of local jails that it says rejected requests to hold unauthorized immigrants for deportation.

Minority veterans need help with VA services

They're a growing part of the vet community, yet minorities are less aware of VA services and face a higher risk of homelessness and chronic diseases, a report says.