A passenger who once rode regularly with the driver whose casino tour bus crashed into a large truck Sunday says she quit riding with him because he appeared to doze off at the wheel.Add your comments
L.A. Metro CEO says Expo Line commuters can expect faster rides, Blue Line riders can expect to see upgrades and more security and Gold Line-goers can expect more parking.
The gambling tour bus that crashed Sunday morning, leaving 13 dead and injuring 31, had four out of eight tires that didn't meet the minimum recommended tread depth.
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The owner/operator of the tour bus company, Teodulo Vides, has also been determined to be the driver. The bus was determined not to have seatbelts.
The president is making a swing through L.A. Monday as part of a campaign fundraising tour to support Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, and to make another appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
He was one of the "Chicago Seven," a group of protestors charged for allegedly inciting a riot at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago.
L.A. County Sheriff's Sgt. Al Lopez had been responding to a pursuit with a stolen vehicle suspect and crashed en route, according to the department.
Thirteen people are dead and 31 are in the hospital after a tour bus crashed into a big rig early Sunday morning.
After fire at a three-story, hillside home, crews have ramped up the search for his remains.
She was believed to be the oldest living Olympian.
Nearly 10,000 California National Guard soldiers have been ordered to repay huge enlistment bonuses a decade after signing up to serve in Iraq and Afghanistan.
A fire that tore through an Ontario recycling center on Friday and sent up a cloud of smoke visible for miles is now under control.
L.A.'s Cultural Heritage Commission has agreed to consider the 92-year-old downtown hotel for designation as a "Historic-Cultural Monument," which would allow its owner to apply for tax breaks in its renovation of the building into a boutique hotel.
Potential flooding may be causing trouble for neighborhoods close to the Los Angeles River.
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