Robert Egger will open L.A. Kitchen in Lincoln Heights to offer job training for aged-out foster kids and people returning from prison, and also to provide healthy meals to seniors.
A truck hauling hydrogen has caught fire on State Route 60 east of Los Angeles, burning furiously and posing a possibly explosive danger.
Prosecutors for the first time Thursday cross-examined former Bell assistant city manager Angela Spaccia on the witness stand.
Expect full freeway and connector closures this weekend. Extended freeway closures will be in effect on the northbound Santa Ana Freeway until Monday.
Faith plays a big role in lifting spirits and organizing disaster relief within the Filipino-American community, where two-thirds of the population is Catholic.
Mark Lacter, KPCC contributor and the author of business blog LA Biz Observed, has passed away. He was 59. Lacter died after suffering a stroke Wednesday.
Prosecutors on Thursday are expected to have their chance to question Angela Spaccia, who has been on the witness stand for four days during her high profile public corruption trial.
State regulators have taken the rare step of imposing fines on LA County for not placing children in foster homes quickly enough. Official say a high-call volume and a low pool of foster parents are hindering efforts to resolve the problem.
Ten years ago, the Southwest Museum was taken over by the Autry Museum. Activists say the Autry has failed to revive the historic museum.
Nearly 200 active members of the An Taclobanon Association of Southern California come from the coastal city devastated by Typhoon Haiyan.
Opponents say a proposed desalination plant would further harm the marine ecosystem off Huntington Beach.
Southern California Gas Company crews were on-scene working to shut off the leak, along with Los Angeles County firefighters.
The Irvine city council on Tuesday considers a proposal to allow more home construction in exchange for getting a portion of the Great Park built.
Gerardo Hernandez, 39, was slain by a gunman reportedly targeting officers working for the Transportation Security Administration.
California is home to one of the largest Filipino immigrant communities in the United States. It's also the center of a large fundraising and outreach effort for victims of Typhoon Haiyan.
There are still very few working lines of communication with the Philippines, but they're starting to open up. With that communication comes both relief and heartbreak.