The earthquake struck about 3.73 miles west of Westwood at 7:36 p.m. Sunday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The Santa Barbara Sheriff's Department says deputies violated no law or policy in their investigation of Elliot Rodger last month. Some observers say protocols should be amended.
A lockdown at the Woodland Hills college campus occurred after police received a call Friday morning about an allegedly suicidal man who authorities feared may be armed.
It's a nonpartisan election, but millions of dollars have been spent in the fight between two Democrats: incumbent Tom Torlakson and Marshall Tuck.
The scavenger hunt for hidden cash continued in the Los Angeles area Friday after its second round of money drop sparked a frenzy in Burbank last night.
Following intense lobbying campaign by L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti, the Corps has reversed course and now backs a more expensive restoration effort.
In January, the Valley-area hospital allegedly discharged a homeless patient with a serious mental disability and transported the person to Skid Row.
Someone's been dropping envelopes full of cash across San Francisco, and now the anonymous man is bringing it to Los Angeles as of Wednesday evening.
The Irwindale City Council on Wednesday night unanimously dismissed a lawsuit and public nuisance declaration against manufacturer Huy Fong Foods.
The Los Angeles City Council passed a motion to create three new jobs dedicated to cataloguing the more than 29,000 buildings that may be vulnerable to damage.
A flier advertising a bike tour for potential homebuyers in Boyle Heights dredges up concerns that long-time residents will be displaced.
The fire, which began on Monday, has burned 2 square miles, destroyed two homes, and left five firefighters so far with mild to moderate injuries.
Irwindale Mayor Mark Breceda tells the Pasadena Star-News that he'll ask the City Council to drop its public-nuisance order and lawsuit against Huy Fong Foods.
Let the horse trading begin: now that the Senate has passed its drought bill, House members will debate how and where to make concessions.
LAUSD teachers accused of misconduct have long been forced to wait in so-called "rubber rooms" while their case is investigated. Starting Tuesday, they can wait at home.
Earlier this year, the City of Santa Monica announced plans to create a list of seismically vulnerable buildings and mandate they get retrofitted.