A Gold Line train struck a car in Pasadena Wednesday morning. The accident has been cleared, but commuters were warned to expect delays.Add your comments
The city of Norco markets itself as "Horsetown USA," carefully cultivating a Western theme. Now it's clashing with Indian-Americans who want to build a Hindu cultural center that residents say doesn't fit.
Under a new county policy, homeless people who commit low-level crimes will be directed to shelters and mental health services. Arrests will be a last resort.
Los Angeles County now has five bike-share systems and another is on the way. But compatibility is an issue with differing types of bikes in different cities.
In L.A.'s first-ever "Fleet Week," the Navy isn't just bringing warships for public tours. It's also offering to help Los Angeles in case of a big natural disaster.
Human waste is often found along the streets of Skid Row. And the area's few bathrooms harbor drug use, prostitution and violence.
Police said a loud noise Sunday night triggered mass panic in several terminals at Los Angeles International Airport as hundreds of people rushed to evacuate.
William G. (Jerry) Buck, a columnist who chronicled the television industry for the Associated Press, died Friday at age 85.
The city attorney will draft an ordinance barring the sale, manufacture, distribution and possession of the drug.
A Los Angeles plant that built some of the world's mightiest rocket engines is being demolished.
A sulfur tank exploded Friday at the Tesoro refinery in Wilmington, sending a chemical cloud into the air and causing a fire, authorities said. No evacuations were ordered but people nearby were urged to stay indoors.
Metro train riders are used to reading signs that say when to expect train arrivals, but now bus riders will be seeing real-time information at some bus stops.
The express bus connects two transit hubs, but ridership has not yet hit targets. Metro hopes to entice additional riders with more frequent weekday service.
A soldier who was killed in Afghanistan on Tuesday has been identified as Army Staff Sgt. Matthew V. Thompson of Irvine.
The motion was unanimously passed. The goal: Close the airport by July 1, 2018. The problem: legal hurdles which may require it to be kept open until at least 2023.
A long-sought connection between LAX and Metro trains is among the projects that can move forward following settlement of a dispute with a community group.