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.
Patients at the V.A. West Los Angeles Medical Center have to wait longer than the national average to receive care, something the hospital's new director wants fixed.
The freeway is open again in Pasadena after a weekend closure for pavement repairs. Caltrans announced it reopened at 3:45 a.m., more than an hour ahead of schedule.
Distracted users of Pokémon Go are adding to the pile of reasons why using your cell phone while walking carries risks.
A look at how Santa Monica rebuilt infrastructure at their promenade following the 2003 tragedy that left 10 dead and 63 wounded.
The lawsuit alleges negligence on the part of a Saudi businessman and homeowner, saying a short in a poorly maintained electrical junction box sparked a 2013 wildfire.
Taking care of a dog on Skid Row is difficult, which is why volunteers at the Downtown Dog Rescue opened a new pet resource center this week.
If you're driving through Pasadena this weekend, don't plan on driving on the westbound 210 Freeway. All lanes will be closed from Lake Avenue to Mountain Street.
Under pressure from the California Coastal Commission, the City Council in tony Palos Verdes Estates voted unanimously Tuesday to have the concrete-and-stone structure torn down.
L.A. County's growing homeless population includes immigrants who came to the United States to earn a better living but have been squeezed by high rents and low pay.
Few stories are as weird as the case of a married woman who kept her lover in the attic for decades. It didn't end well. We'll knock on the door of one of LA's most notorious murder houses.