Throngs have joined Friday's six-mile walk from the Little Armenia neighborhood to the Turkish Consulate, carrying flags and signs.Add your comments
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Venice Neighborhood Council wants L.A. City Council to OK women going topless at Venice Beach. Supporters say it's an equality issue.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals announced the reward Wednesday for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the pup-nappers.
Tenants in the Hollywood building will be moving out after a panel that oversees the L.A. Dept. of Building and Safety voted to uphold an order calling for their removal.
Despite a recent appeals court ruling in San Juan Capistrano, LADWP plans to continue looking at expanding its tiered water pricing system.
Councilmember Bernard C. Parks says the nickname will reinvigorate South Los Angeles. Residents will weigh in on the name change at Tuesday night's council meeting.
The court rules San Juan Capistrano did not justify its sliding scale of water rates and violated state law meant to curb arbitrary pricing.
The Highway Fire near the Prado Dam area of Chino at one point threatened 200 homes, though officials lifted evacuation orders late Sunday.
Evacuation orders have been lifted for residents near a wildfire that broke out near a dam in Riverside County, but firefighters say dry, windy weather has slowed them down.
Traffic is expected to go from bad to worse along the Pacific Coast Highway as Santa Monica begins work to raze and replace the roadway.
Los Angeles police say four people snatched either a seal or sea lion pup from a beach near the city's international airport early Sunday.
A brush fire in Fullerton is forcing the evacuation of the Fullerton Sports Complex and nearby Fullerton Golf Course.
The campaign is called "It's Off Limits" and encourages witnesses and victims to report unwanted sexual behavior by using a hotline or smartphone app.
The report released Thursday concludes that city departments have no coordinated approach for dealing with homelessness and its problems. Instead, many rely on ad hoc responses.
The eight-acre blaze was contained Thursday evening, but not before destroying one home.