Los Angeles charity Big Sunday makes sure everyone has a Valentine

The organization is making and delivering Valentine's Day cards and gift bags to thousands of seniors, shut-ins, hospital patients and others who could use the company.

SoCal weather forecast: Windy, sunny conditions ahead

A break in the rain is expected to last through the week, though wind advisories are in effect in the Santa Clarita and San Fernando valleys on Sunday.

Widely ridiculed 6-story Los Angeles artwork may be revamped

Efforts continue to restore The Triforium, a colorful Los Angeles landmark erected in 1975.

Metro Expo Line delays up to 20 minutes this weekend

Travelers on Metro's Expo Line may experience delays of as much as 20 minutes over the weekend. Service will be interrupted for repairs and maintenance starting at 9 p.m. Friday night.

ICE officials announce 160 arrests in SoCal this week

Immigration officials have conducted an “enforcement surge,” arresting 161 undocumented people over five days. They say the arrests are part of the periodic enforcement actions that they have conducted in recent years.

Rain making its return to Southern California

The National Weather Service forecasts up to 2 inches of rain in Ventura County northward and less than an inch in Los Angeles County. Thanks to a wet winter, downtown Los Angeles already has exceeded its annual rainfall total with the season far from over.

Anaheim White House fire ruled as accidental

Anaheim police announced Thursday their investigation determined an electrical malfunction sparked the devastating fire, which caused more than $1 million in damage.

LA-area lawyers say feds ramped up arrests of immigrants

Los Angeles area attorneys report they've gotten a higher than usual number of calls from relatives of undocumented immigrants arrested by ICE officials.

California lawmaker seeks to shut down 710 tunnel proposal for good

There's been a decades-long debate over how to connect two ends of the San Gabriel Valley. Could the option of a 710 tunnel be scrapped for good?

LA council OKs more frequent community plan updates

New rules co-authored by Councilman Jose Huizar requires the city to update its 35 community plans every six years. The plans provide guidelines for what can and can't be built in a neighborhood. Some of those plans haven't been updated in more than 15 years.

Yemenis stuck by travel ban arrive in LA

An order by a federal judge in Seattle suspended the temporary travel ban and allowed the Yemenis to fly to Los Angeles. The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals is expected to rule on the Trump administration's appeal of that order this week.

Homeless camps removed from Santa Ana River in Orange County

Orange County Public Works began removing homeless camps along the Santa Ana River on Wednesday, saying it needs the land to store boulders and sand for flood and erosion control.

One in a Million: 'Knowing I was different from my classmates, I felt alone'

Here in Southern California, an estimated 1 million undocumented people call the region home. Alma de Jesus, 34, a mother of two, is one of them.

How 'historical' are Bob Hope’s old home and former LAPD HQ?

The former police headquarters is viewed by some as a symbol of the LAPD's troubled past on race relations. A historical landmark designation could offer some protection from demolition.

LA struggles to respond to record number of pothole reports

The city of Los Angeles promises to respond to requests to fix potholes within three working days, but winter storms last month quadrupled the usual load.

LA County moves to shut down unlicensed pot shops

L.A. County on Tuesday signaled it would extend a temporary ban on the cultivation, testing and sale of cannabis and called for a renewed crackdown on illegal dispensaries