The study, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association Wednesday, looked at 600,000 veterans in the health care system run by the V.A.
A new Arcadia ordinance says homes need to comply with a floor-area ratio that would limit the size of homes based on the site of their lots.
Metro is in the process of revamping its bus service to make wait times shorter for most riders by shifting resources away from less-used lines.
To revive a Japanese American neighborhood, Little Tokyo plans a basketball gym and leverages its history.
Neighbors say they were never informed that a corporate-branded basketball court was being built during Runyon Canyon's four month closure.
Staff teams earn 2016 Edward R. Murrow regional award and Associated Press Television and Radio Association honor,
Marc Haefele reviews “I’m Dyin' Here: A Life in the Paper,” by Tim Grobaty, "the only writer on a newspaper allowed, encouraged even, to bloviate on any topic at hand.’’
Westside Councilman Mike Bonin is proposing a plan to allow round-the-clock bathroom and storage access for the homeless.
L.A. has one of the largest populations of indigenous people in the U.S., yet many feel there's a lack of awareness about their communities. A team of researchers has set out to change that.
The mayor signed the pledge at a City Hall rally launching a new coalition, Transform California, which has been formed to increase awareness of transgender issues in the state.
There are about 13,500 apartments and condos throughout Los Angeles that need retrofitting.
Temperatures are expected to gradually cool down Tuesday through Thursday before increasing clouds bring a chance of showers Friday and Saturday.
So far in this fiscal year, Los Angeles County has taken in the highest number of unaccompanied children of any county nationwide, nearly 1,500.
No structures are threatened in the fire that broke out in a recycling yard on Tujunga Avenue Sunday afternoon.
One man was killed and eight people including at least three children were injured when a minivan and an SUV collided in the San Fernando Valley.
High wind warnings and advisories are in effect for large swaths of the region until noon Saturday, including the Indio desert area, where thousands are attending the first weekend of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.