A cold storm bringing rain, showers and possibly thunderstorms is expected in Southern California from Tuesday afternoon through Thursday.
The L.A. Department of Public Health on Sunday reported 22 deaths due to COVID-19. There are 1,176 people hospitalized from the disease.
A bill in the California Legislature would require large department stores to stop divvying up toys and child-care items into gender-based sections.
No information was immediately available on the motive for the shooting, or whether the suspects knew the victim.
The bear was spotted ambling through the neighborhood early Sunday.
Gerry Gilhool, 51, died Saturday after a collision with another surfer at Rincon Point left both men suffering head traumas.
Migrants are essential to California, Gustavo Arellano writes, but are also seen as expendable. Those who died are forgotten cogs of the Golden State machine.
Millions of Golden State workers are staring down a pandemic with no clear access to an economic safety net if they take time off, after emergency sick-leave laws requiring two weeks' paid leave ...
Conversations about a person's wishes do not happen with most patients in most hospitals, let alone when they show up in the emergency room for the first time suffering from COVID-19.
Los Angeles County officials report 1,823 new coronavirus cases and 98 deaths; more than 22,000 have now died from the virus
The city will add 12 armed security guards and six marked cars to protect the city's downtown.
Two women are suing UCLA and Dr. James Heaps over allegations of sexual assault, sexual battery, emotional distress and negligence.
A cold storm is expected to bring rain to Southern California next week but it won't be enough to pull the region out of the drought.
Building a plant to remove the salt from seawater in Huntington Beach is not just bad for the environment; it's bad for California ratepayers.
When asked to name people they know who do great good for others, readers responded in a big way in hundreds of emails.
Tom Girardi and his firm were sued more than a hundred times between the 1980s and last year, with at least half of those cases asserting misconduct in his law practice. Yet, Girardi's record wit...
For decades politicians were happy to take Tom Girardi's money and put up with his requests for something in return. Along with his family and employees, Girardi contributed more than $7.3 millio...
Blue Shield of California's takeover of the state's vaccine delivery system lack buy-in from counties, with none of California's 58 counties having signed the Blue Shield contract yet.
Amanda Gorman, whose recitation of a poem about this country's halting progress in matters of race and equality at President Biden's inauguration vaulted her onto a national stage, said Friday sh...
Officials offered a road map that could lead to reopening — with limits — as soon as April.
Disneyland and other California theme parks could reopen their outdoor rides and attractions as soon as April 1 if they're in counties where coronavirus transmission is low enough.
In a male-dominated field, Zavala founded the Mariachi Rosas del Tepeyac, an all-girls group.
An L.A. judge has ordered an attorney who worked on the DWP class-action lawsuit to return $1.65 million in fees that he earned in the case.
After a year marked by grim milestones, California has cleared a hopeful hurdle in its fight against COVID-19: administering its 10 millionth vaccine dose.
Here's a graphic look at where California stands after a dry winter.
The venues will be allowed to welcome back fans far sooner than expected under new guidance the state unveiled Friday.
Jeweler Shay Belhassen is offering a $50,000 reward for the return of his rare watch, which robbers took from him while he was at a restaurant.
The pivot from Dr. Seuss' books during a national event founded to honor him seems sudden, but for the NEA and local teachers it was a long time coming.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department opens a mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinic for its employees.
The county will keep 11 of its 12 Project Roomkey sites open through September, but budget constraints will keep it from expanding the program.
Progress against the COVID-19 pandemic could be set back by spring travel, L.A. County health officials warn.
Single-use access codes will be used to secure COVID-19 vaccine appointments, to help ensure the shots get to those in need.
The shooting of Lady Gaga's dog walker as he resisted being robbed of her two French bulldogs fit a broader crime trend raising alarm among LAPD officials: More robbery victims being shot.
The airing of Harry and Meghan's interview with Oprah lands nearly one year after the couple made the U.S. their home.
The Pasadena school district is among at least 35 in Los Angeles County that have approved reopening plans
As coronavirus case numbers have dropped, seven California counties have moved from the purple tier into the more permissive red tier.
California is sending 40% of vaccine supplies to communities hardest hit by COVID-19, hoping to improve equity, halt spread of the disease and hasten reopening. Will the radical shift work?
Tiger Woods doesn't remember the crash, but the SUV he was driving does. It may know his every move
Calculating how many people have been infected isn't a simple matter, which is why estimates of local infection rates vary widely.
Marion Lewin and her twin brother, Steven Hess, were sent to the Nazi camps as young children and knew little of their previous life in Amsterdam — until now.
A new report from the nonpartisan California Policy Lab also found that fewer people are moving to the Golden State.
The efforts target residents who live in low-income areas where homes are crowded — areas that have suffered high rates of disease and death from COVID-19.
Why is California putting an insurance company in charge of vaccinating millions of uninsured people anyway? Will this really help achieve equity?
Yesenia Magali Melendrez Cardona told her father she wanted to follow in his footsteps in the U.S. On Tuesday, she was among those killed in a gruesome crash near the U.S.-Mexico border.
The legislation, which Gov. Gavin Newsom plans to sign on Friday, is the most far-reaching effort by legislators in more than six months to address the educational challenges brought on by the CO...
At a public event Thursday, Gov. Gavin Newsom said that even though some states have decided to relax their mask rules, Californians should double down on face coverings.
A brazen robbery ended in gunfire that left one person injured after a shooting near the Beverly Hills restaurant
The Petaluma City Council voted unanimously to prohibit building any more gas stations in the city, the first move of its kind in the nation.
More people are eligible for COVID-19 vaccines in Orange County, and more sites have opened. Here's how to schedule your appointment using Othena or other systems, get your second dose, and more.
Tsunami watch canceled in Hawaii after magnitude 8.1 quake; no threat for California.
Two trains collided at the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway transit hub in La Mirada early Wednesday, pinning a worker between them.
Three people were injured when an SUV drove through several tents in a homeless encampment and struck a fence in Brentwood.
Event organizers say they are actively planning for both the Rose Parade's return and the Rose Bowl game in Pasadena.
Under a new policy, state officials plan to reserve 40% of vaccines to underserved communities.
El Centro Cultural de Mexico in Santa Ana has let homeless people camp on its property. Volunteer Ben Vazquez asks why Orange County hasn't done more to help those without housing.
Like other California theme parks, Universal Studios Hollywood can't operate its rides because of state pandemic rules. Its Taste of Universal event will invite people to explore the park.
A pesar de enfrentarse a un déficit presupuestario, Los Ángeles no ha solicitado reembolsos millonarios por el dinero gastado para alojar a los sin techo en medio de la pandemia.
The system makes it difficult for counties to reserve vaccine appointments and allows wealthier people to take advantage, L.A. County officials say.
Almost a year has passed since Gordan and Diane Norman last saw each other in person — separated by Alzheimer's and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Amid disparities, Black doctors use TikTok and Instagram to foster restorative justice and encourage the most vulnerable to get vaccinated.
Local officials recently dismantled a Menlo Park encampment in marshlands near Facebook. But weeks later, its residents are moving back.
"It must have been hell in that SUV even before the crash," an expert said of the sheer number of people packed into the vehicle.
The Northern California health provider said more doses were on the way after informing thousands their second vaccine shots had been canceled,
A South Gate police officer shot and wounded a man after responding to a report that the man was acting erratically, authorities said.
The apparent lack of heavy support in the former Republican stronghold of Orange County is one reason why the GOP-backed effort to recall Democratic California Gov. Gavin Newsom seems headed for ...
State officials said the move is designed to both slow the spread of coronavirus and speed up the reopening of the economy.
A coalition representing L.A. teachers, parents and activists accused The Times of giving too much attention to those who want to reopen schools, and short shrift to those who urge caution.
A Los Angeles Police Department officer died Wednesday after being struck by a car
A bear was spotted in an Eagle Rock neighborhood Tuesday night. The animals typically don't roam that far south into the city.
Despite facing a budget shortfall, Los Angeles hasn't applied for millions in reimbursements for money spent to house homeless people amid the pandemic.
The D.A.'s office found no evidence of a link between Wesson's vote on a 27-story apartment tower and the rent paid by his son in an apartment connected to the developer.
In Tiger Woods' crash, the L.A. County sheriff gets a search warrant for his SUV's computer systems.
As of Tuesday evening, Assemblywoman Sydney Kamlager had pulled in two-thirds of the votes counted in the special election for the 30th Senate District race.
Footage shows an SUV on a sidewalk near the Grove, pinned between a tree and a building, as firefighters attempted to free the driver.
Manhattan Beach Police Officer John Cheatham has been accused of sending sexually explicit messages to a minor whom he met after she reported a crime.
Vaccine eligibility in L.A. County changed on March 1. If it's your turn, here are some ways to sign up for a COVID-19 vaccine appointment.
The SUV that was struck by a big rig Tuesday, killing 13 people, crossed through a hole in the U.S.-Mexico border wall, officials say.
Los Angeles and Orange counties could soon move into the red tier, allowing some in-person school and more indoor business operations to resume.
A storm system that brought rain to parts of Southern California turned out to be "pretty inconsequential," a weather service meteorologist says.
The disparities arose because the loans were distributed on a first-come, first-served basis by big banks, researchers said.
The House speaker isn't going anywhere, yet. But that's not stopping her would-be successors
When first responders arrived at the intersection near the U.S.-Mexico border, bodies lay on the highway where they'd been flung by the force of an early morning collision.
As daily coronavirus cases plunge, California is barreling toward what would be the widest reopening of businesses, schools and public spaces since the horrific surge of the fall and winter.
The pandemic has taken a toll on educators, who are now on the cusp of school reopenings. How can we support them, so they can support our students?
Ex-Homeland Security agent Felix Cisneros Jr. is accused of taking bribes from an organized crime figure in return for law-enforcement favors.
California's largest reservoirs are storing anywhere between 38% and 68% of capacity.
Authorities said they are still unsure what brought the SUV into the path of the truck and why so many people were inside of it.
There were 15 anti-Asian hate crimes reported in the city in 2020, compared to seven in 2019
Voters in a state Senate district that stretches from Century City to South L.A. will head to the polls Tuesday to elect the successor of a seat previously held by Supervisor Holly Mitchell.
Dangerous explosives were found and rendered safe at a Sacramento elementary school just before a group of children were expected to arrive, officials said.
San Francisco moves into the less restrictive red tier for reopening, allowing indoor dining, salon treatments and Ferris wheel rides once again.
Small, maskless gatherings among people who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 could soon be allowed under federal guidance.
The first of three sites opened in Pacoima on Tuesday. The clinics are for local residents only.
Moore was admitted to L.A. County-USC Medical Center for testing and observation Monday and remained there Tuesday.
More parts of California moved out of the most restrictive purple tier Tuesday.
A storm system is bringing much-needed rain, but if it tracks too far south, L.A. County won't see any of it.
Relatively wealthy areas of L.A. County have had more than 20% of their population vaccinated while less than 10% of some lower-income areas are vaccinated.
California Highway Patrol officials say there were only two seats inside the SUV, which was carrying 25 people.
By putting homeless people in hotels for isolation or quarantine, San Francisco freed up hospital space for patients with serious cases of COVID-19.
The rare veto override came as the L.A. City Council and Mayor Eric Garcetti try to resolve how to spend funds cut from the LAPD to aid communities of color.