More than 500,000 cases are pending in federal immigration courts, the most ever recorded. Not enough judges and more Central America migration are contributing to the backlog.
Southwest canceled more than 250 flights on Friday morning, mostly because of displaced crews and aircraft, according to a company spokesperson.
Over 300 recycling centers have closed across the state in the past year. It's a bad sign for people who collect cans and bottles to supplement their income.
Recent sampling for toxins showed levels high enough to keep no-swimming signs posted on the lake's beaches.
Over 100 men and women were arrested this week in Southern California in an ongoing effort to deport those with criminal records.
As many as 51 Highland Park residents may stop paying rent in order to get a face-to-face meeting with their landlord who, they say, is raising the rent by $1,000.
In a new campaign launched by the Los Angeles Police Department, Chief Charlie Beck and rapper The Game have come together to ask Angelenos to stop the violence.
Trains started moving again around 9:30 a.m. after being stopped so a bomb squad could remove a suspicious item found on the tracks.
As of early Thursday, more than 220 flights had been canceled nationwide, and the company was urging travelers to get to the airport early to make time for long lines.
A San Diego County congressman wants to tighten requirements for H-1B visas that allow highly skilled foreigners to take jobs that companies say they can't fill with U.S. workers.
Rents are rising in this immigrant community, where residents have long fought gentrification. Property is changing hands. New is replacing old. Tell us where you see it happening.
Parents of young Southern Californians killed in encounters with unauthorized immigrants blamed illegal immigration for their deaths at the GOP convention Monday.
A fire burning near the 101 Freeway and the Cahuenga Boulevard exit appeared to be largely under control, but firefighters were still fighting it late Tuesday afternoon.
More than 1,600 people have purchased passes to rent the 1,000 bikes available in the downtown L.A. area.
Six months later, Chino Hills' overnight millionaires have emerged to claim their winnings from the record-setting Powerball jackpot.
With low-cost legal help in short supply, immigrants are taught to serve as their own lawyers, even while some question such support.