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Both sides gather in Laguna Beach for anti-immigration rally

A heavy police presence is keeping anti-immigration demonstrators and a slightly larger group of counter-protesters apart.

Race Rallies Los Angeles

Hundreds rally against racism in Laguna Beach and Venice

Hundreds of people have rallied at Southern California beaches to condemn racism after the deadly events in Charlottesville, Virginia last week.

Santa Ana Cemetery

What should Santa Ana Cemetery do with its Confederate monument?

The monument, a granite pillar, isn't a vintage piece of history. It was erected in 2004.

A new traffic plan for Dodgers neighborhoods?

A transportation study will look at how residential streets are jammed with cars on game days.

Tips for eclipse parking at Griffith Observatory

Officials are advising visitors to try to arrive without a car, and the park is offering extra DASH bus service from the Metro Red Line station up the hill.

Judge throws out death sentence against OC mass killer

Superior Court Judge Thomas Goethals rules that withheld evidence and improper use of a jailhouse informant violated the rights of confessed mass killer Scott Dekraai.

Why are Trader Joe's parking lots so small?

The chain's first store opened in Pasadena 50 years ago in 1967. And while the company's grown, its parking lots have not.

LA man inadvertently buys dozens of fake eclipse glasses

David Tomb purchased 85 pairs of solar eclipse glasses from Amazon, but then got an email from the company warning about the glasses' legitimacy.

Homeowners in LA's hottest zip codes building most equity

As L.A. property values continue to rise, a study finds areas like Venice and Culver City have an above-average share of homeowners building the most equity.

LA set to approve labor rules for homeless housing construction

The city is about to set rules for its 10-year project to build 10,000 units of homeless housing. The rules would guarantee workers the "prevailing wage."

​Suspect falls to death from atop crane at Port of LA

The man fell about 160 feet to the ground and died about three hours after he first scaled the crane Wednesday night. It's not clear whether he slipped or jumped deliberately, Los Angeles fire officials said.

Union Station changes call for more space for walkers, less for cars

The public is invited to comment on LA Metro's planned changes to the areas surrounding Union Station. Comments can be submitted by email or at a Sept. 13 workshop.

Metro tests new screening system at Union Station

The system scans riders for firearms, explosives and other threats. It also includes a facial recognition component.

Hollywood Forever Cemetery removes Confederate monument

The 6-foot stone monument has stood since 1925 in a section of the famous Los Angeles graveyard where more than 30 Confederate veterans and their families are buried. It was taken down early Wednesday morning.

​Robert Yancy, only child of singer Natalie Cole, dies at 39

The Los Angeles County coroner's office said Tuesday that his death was reported as due to natural causes but the official cause must await an autopsy.

LA officials crack down on popular parking trick

A 5-year-old parking loophole is now being closed – and in some neighborhoods where parking is scarce, that could mean a whole lot of parking tickets.