The largest rupture occurred before dawn Thursday near Vermont Avenue and Melrose Avenue in Hollywood, buckling pavement and forcing road closures.
Award-winning author and journalist Hector Tobar argues that the widening gap between the 'ultrarich' and poor is turning LA into a 'Third World' city.
In 1929, land underneath Sunken City started moving toward the sea, and the San Pedro neighborhood was abandoned. Now, neighbors want the landslide to rejoin L.A. as a park.
Neighborhood residents say the boom in hikers up to the Hollywood sign has made their residential streets unsafe, and want the city to limit access.
All flights were grounded for a little more than an hour Wednesday morning due to a computer glitch.
Compton's City Manager said he notified the fire chief he was being relieved of duty, pending an investigation into how Compton fell out of compliance with defibrillator regulations.
A brush fire in Glassell Park has spread to a Mormon church, with embers hitting the eaves of the church and burning through the attic, causing the roof to collapse.
The move ends a two-year debate over whether two massive skyscrapers could be built safely due to seismic conditions.
Scot Alexander Breithaupt was a pioneer of bicycle motocross, or BMX, and helped popularize the sport in the 1970s. He was 57.
A lawsuit by the University of California, San Diego, accuses a prominent Alzheimer's disease researcher of conspiring with eight colleagues to take research data with them when they moved from UCSD to the University of Southern California.
Investigators suspect illegal fireworks sparked a fire that injured four firefighters and caused up to $3 million in damage to three warehouses in South Los Angeles.
A small plane sent beachgoers scrambling Saturday when it made a crash landing in Carlsbad, injuring one person and causing evacuation of the area.
Authorities say five people were injured after a passenger on a Greyhound bus grabbed the steering wheel from the driver, forcing it into a ditch off a Southern California freeway.
A man was found dead, and five others were injured, during an Echo Park house fire Saturday morning.
Just in time for the Fourth of July, Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies have seized more than a half-ton of illegal fireworks.
Fireworks often frighten dogs and cats and cause them to bolt — leading to what is the busiest day of the year for animal control officers.