The system scans riders for firearms, explosives and other threats. It also includes a facial recognition component.
The 6-foot stone monument has stood since 1925 in a section of the famous Los Angeles graveyard where more than 30 Confederate veterans and their families are buried. It was taken down early Wednesday morning.
The Los Angeles County coroner's office said Tuesday that his death was reported as due to natural causes but the official cause must await an autopsy.
A 5-year-old parking loophole is now being closed – and in some neighborhoods where parking is scarce, that could mean a whole lot of parking tickets.
The Anaheim City Council is expected to vote Tuesday on new rules governing how lobbyists interact with city staff and elected officials.
According to Cal Fire, an active beehive inside the tree contributed to the branch's weakening.
A higher percentage of renters in L.A. are planning on settling down elsewhere compared to the national average, according to Apartment List, a rental listing site.
"I feel a responsibility to take a stand against intolerance and extremism," Merck CEO Kenneth Frazier says in leaving President Trump's American Manufacturing Council.
The fire, which broke out Sunday in the foothills of Box Springs Mountain, has scorched about 1.5 square miles (3.8 square kilometers) of dry brush.
North Korea’s threat to send missiles against the island has rattled the local community and, for some, renewed their anger over American’s lack of knowledge about Guam.
Some musicians have refused to perform and four signed a letter asking people not to attend the concert led by conservative talk show host Dennis Prager.
The pair was discovered Saturday near Amboy Crater, an extinct cinder cone volcano.
For the first time, CicLAvia will roll through San Pedro and Wilmington — and businesses along the route are getting ready.
The City Council on Friday endorsed documents at the heart of its plan to stage the Summer Olympics for the third time since 1932.
Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia wants improvements to Blue Line, which has been losing ridership amid concerns about safety and delays.
A traffic accident involving two burning big rig trucks that sparked a brush fire shut down southbound lanes of Interstate 5 in the Grapevine during Thursday afternoon traffic, according to the California Highway Patrol.