Police have opened an investigation to find a suspect who shot at a LAPD SUV early Sunday.
Traffickers are forcing women and girls to the area to fetch higher prices, a new report found.
A UCLA project spotlights parks, bridges, bike paths and hiking trails along the river greenway, along with lessons and advice for anyone interested in developing new projects.
Local fire and police departments are marking the somber occasion with tributes and moments of silence. There will also be a benefit concert, 5k run and museum displays in honor of those who died in the attacks.
The Hanjin Greece began unloading Saturday after a judge protected the global shipping giant from having its assets seized in the U.S. as it struggles to avoid bankruptcy.
The goal is to get 100 homeless youth off the streets and on track to turn their lives around. And officials are confident they'll succeed.
Two separate road rehabilitation projects will close down different parts of the freeway this weekend, as part of the 91 Project.
Vice President Biden is in town to speak at a telethon, but for Angelenos navigating the roads, his arrival means one thing: traffic. Here are the spots to avoid.
A ground-breaking ceremony was held Thursday for the plant that will distribute chloramine-treated drinking water to more than 20,000 customers in the Green Meadows and Watts neighborhoods.
After neighbors and business owners advocated for improvements, an unappealing triangle of land in the University Park neighborhood will become a landscaped plaza with amenities for waiting bus riders and area residents.
California State University Los Angeles students are back on campus now, and one dorm is making a lot of news.
Orange County Supervisor Andrew Do joins Take Two to explain how local leaders like himself are trying to come up with plans to address the issue while also helping those in need.
About a dozen vets gathered in a Hollywood sports bar to watch the candidates talk about the military in a nationally televised forum.
Researchers from the Urban Displacement project examined Los Angeles from 1990 to 2000 and up to 2015, focusing on neighborhoods near transit stops, to produce a "gentrification map" of the city.
San Francisco's BART is offering riders cash to change their commute times from the busiest hour. Could something similar help the overstuffed Expo Line?
On a 3–2 vote, the City Council approved on first reading an ordinance that would regulate businesses that grow and manufacture medical cannabis within city limits.