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Los fey-LEESE or Los FEE-lez?

How do you pronounce the L.A. neighborhood?

LA Rams tap fans to choose final uniform design

The Los Angeles Rams are making changes to their uniforms, featuring a modern blue-and-white scheme. They asked fans to choose between two final designs, and the results are in.

Will we be riding Angels Flight by Labor Day?

Wednesday, LA city officials announced a public-private partnership to have downtown's historic Angels Flight railway back in operation by Labor Day, once again hauling riders up and down Bunker Hill.

Worried about over-development in LA? It has to do with zoning

Los Angeles has green-lit hundreds of big-scale projects in areas that aren't zoned for it. But some of those zoning maps are decades old.

'Don't panic' and other advice from the Mexican consul

Trump’s tweets and media coverage of recent, very public raids have provoked a deep sense of paranoia in the Mexican community.

Coroner ID's 3 dead in Riverside plane crash

83-year-old Nouri Hijazi, 67-year-old Dana Hijazi and 22-year-old Adine Ferales were flying in a twin-engine Cessna when their plane went down in a Riverside neighborhood on Monday.

5 questions: How a merit-based immigration system would work

President Trump proposed a merit-based immigration system in his speech Tuesday to Congress. How might it impact immigration and the economy in Southern California?

Measure S: The Los Angeles luxury housing debate

Measure S is rooted in a disagreement over the impact of new housing on L.A. rents. Supporters say luxury developments make housing more expensive, and they want to stop construction. Opponents point to the city's housing shortage, arguing any construction adds to supply.

626 Golden Streets: The route, activities and more

At last, the first major open streets event of the year is here and it's set to go down this weekend across seven communities in the 626, including Arcadia, Monrovia and San Marino.

Lawyers get ready for Trump's revised travel ban

Legal advocates are preparing to set up shop at LAX in anticipation of a new, revised executive order affecting travelers from seven Muslim-majority countries.

LA Council District 1 incumbent faces strong challenge

City Council incumbent Gil Cedillo has four opponents, with one posing a serious challenge and winning an endorsement from the Los Angeles Times.

Coroner: Body found in LA River is missing teen

Elias Rodriguez had been missing since Feb. 17, the day a massive storm drenched Southern California. He left a phone message for his mother that day saying he was walking home from school.

Injuries, fatalities after plane hits houses in Riverside

The Federal Aviation Administration says the Cessna 310 aircraft crashed Monday evening shortly after taking off from Riverside Municipal Airport.

Breaking ground on LAX's new $1.6 billion terminal

The 750,000-square-foot terminal will include 12 gates and a new baggage system, as well as restaurants and shops. It's scheduled to be completed in 2019.

1 dead, dozens injured after bus-car crash in San Bernardino County

The wreck happened two miles east of Kramer Junction around noon. Nine people sustained life-threatening injuries.

Trump supporters demonstrate outside Oscars

Demonstrators claimed Hollywood has been a divisive force and said “they need to get over it,” referring to Trump’s election.