OneLife LA, held downtown Saturday, is the Archdiocese of Los Angeles' counter to the Women's March, though it's two years older.
At a raucous town hall meeting in Cudahy on Friday night, hundreds of residents turned out to express their outrage over a Delta Air Lines jet that dumped 15,000 gallons of fuel over the working-...
Thousands turnout for Women's March in downtown L.A.
Two banners in Baldwin Park show Ricardo Pacheco with a donkey's mouth and ears and accuse him of being a "liar," "fraud," "bully" and "abuser."
LAPD releases photo of bicycle part that it says prompted the fatal police shooting
L.A. City Council President Nury Martinez wants to stop the city from allowing permits to build detention centers for unaccompanied immigrant minors.
The jet fuel that was dumped by a Delta flight across southeastern Los Angeles County prompted concerns from residents who are uncertain about the health and environmental impacts of jet fuel exp...
Federal officials are now screening passengers flying into LAX, JFK and SFO for a new, worrisome virus that has infected dozens in China.
Frank Cruz always told other people's stories. Now, he tells all in his memoir about his days as a reporter, Telemundo co-founder and everything in between. He carved paths for others along the w...
L.A. is fuming over World Series cheating, feeling the history books contain a lie.
The Edinburgh Bungalow Court, a historic-cultural monument, is on the market. If it doesn't get a new buyer, it's almost certain to be razed.
Precipitation in key Northern California watersheds continues to hover below normal, even after a recent cold storm dropped heavy snow
Lino Cabrera pleaded no contest to sexually abusing 10- and 11-year-old girls at Oxnard Street Elementary School over three years.
If Team Trump wants to help on homelessness in L.A., why not provide money to buy the soon-to-be-shuttered hospital?
A skier was killed and another seriously injured Friday in an avalanche at Alpine Meadows Ski Resort just west of Lake Tahoe, authorities said.
Air quality regulators in Southern Calfiornia accused Delta Air Lines of causing a public nuisance when the jet released fuel above L.A. The action can lead to civil penalties.
Police say a man stole $145,000 in cash from a marijuana money courier's van at a Santa Ana gas station after the driver collected the proceeds from several dispensaries.
The women say they have suffered unnecessary emotional and physical distress.
Protesters called for the release of body camera footage of a deadly police shooting after LAPD Chief Michel Moore suggested that the man was unarmed at the time of the encounter
California lawmakers on Friday revived a proposal to temporarily cut taxes on marijuana to help the state's beleaguered legal market.
More younger people are coming down with the flu this year than is typical, public health experts say.
One hundred years after the passage of the 19th Amendment, women across the country will come together for the fourth annual Women's March events.
The bird suffered serious injuries after a car struck it, leaving it with internal bleeding, trauma to its face, eye and nasal cavity, and a broken scapula.
Federal authorities in three U.S. airports will begin screening travelers arriving from Wuhan, China, for signs they may be infected with a new coronavirus spreading in Asia.
The incoming leader of the legal aid group reflects on the organization's mission and Jewish roots
The semi-truck toppled onto its side exiting the southbound 71 Highway at Grand Avenue, closing the off-ramp and eastbound lanes, Chino Hills police said
Atty. Gen. Xavier Becerra announced a lawsuit to limit the Trump administration's new fracking efforts on federal lands inside California.
A chilly winter storm that moved through Southern California overnight produced some of the first measurable rain of the year for Los Angeles.
Three intruders entered the house while one of the residents was taking out the trash. They zip-tied everyone inside and stole money from a wallet.
The trade deal inked Wednesday doesn't do much to clear up that complexity, or relieve the impact of tariffs on California businesses and consumers.
While Dodgers fans agree the Houston Astros should vacate their World Series title, not all believe L.A. should be awarded the championship.
A woman who described herself as the biological mother of 11-year-old Roman Lopez says she found out about her son's death from an online article.
Once described as "more labradoodle than Doberman," Adam Schiff got tough on President Trump. That's made him a both hero and a pariah.
In August, Angel Raul Reinosa reported that he was hit by rifle fire while walking to his car at the Lancaster sheriff's station, prompting a massive law enforcement response.
Newsom, wrapping up his week of community visits to talk about the homelessness crisis, acknowledged the trailers are only a small step to addressing a very large problem.
Most of the reported cases are consistent with norovirus, which can be contracted by consuming contaminated food or water.
The University of California is proposing annual tuition increases over five years, saying it will raise more financial aid and reduce costs for more than half of in-state undergraduates. The UC ...
Hollister Ranch landowners are suing the state, arguing a new law designed to open the area's exclusive beaches is unconstitutional.
In November 2018, William "Rick" Singer picked up the phone in a government building in Boston and dialed a Los Angeles number. "Lori, it's Rick Singer. How are you?"
Lee Baca, 77, is set to begin serving a three-year sentence for his role in a scheme to obstruct an FBI investigation into abuses at L.A. County jails.
The blaze charred the roof and front half of the building on El Toro Road and was about 50 feet from occupied apartments.
The gift is the largest from an individual donor in the history of UCLA's College of Humanities division.
The Los Angeles Police Department's Abused Child Unit is investigating after the girl's shooting.
The storm, which originated south of Alaska, is expected to creep down the coast throughout the day before reaching Southern California about 8 p.m.
The LAPD's methods for labeling someone a gang member. After a review of body-cam footage, at least 20 officers are suspected of falsifying such data.
It was the perfect day for a polar bear plunge, not too bitter. Splashing in the sweet sea seemed to energize everyone after long weeks of holiday wine and cheddar balls.
The two detainees thought they would die in the van, according to the lawsuit.
A skid row group is suing Los Angeles over a program that provides an alternative to criminal charges for minor offenses, arguing that it denies people a chance at a fair hearing and is "unnaviga...
The cabin, built in the 1920s or '30s, has been managed by the Lions Club for decades. The order to take it off the property came as a surprise.
Besides homicides, Moore and other officials touted other reductions in crime and violent encounters.
As a new poll shows homelessness as California voters' top concern, Gov. Gavin Newsom is stumping the state promoting a homelessness plan he unveiled in his budget proposal.
A woman in the early stages of dementia who went missing six days ago was found alive Wednesday by a helicopter crew searching for her in Butte County.
The shooting occurred near 41st Place and Woodlawn Avenue in Historic South-Central, authorities said, but many details remain unclear.
Chin, 77, was appointed by Republican Gov. Pete Wilson. The next appointee will give the court five of seven justices appointed by Democrats.
Prosecutors disclosed emails on Wednesday showing Donna Heinel was tasked with probing the very fraud she allegedly perpetrated at USC.
Communications between air traffic controllers and a pilot raise questions why fuel was dropped over Cudahy before a Delta airliner returned to LAX.
In revoking his bail, a U.S. District Court judge calls Stormy Daniels' former lawyer Michael Avenatti a danger to the public.
A home surveillance video captured five California mountain lions defying their reputation as being notoriously solitary.
Several officers across the city are suspected of falsifying field interview cards from traffic stops and entering incorrect information about those questioned in an effort to boost stop statisti...
The images, which were still on display Wednesday morning, hit a nerve in the community with a large Jewish population.
A new study suggests that a 'blob' of warm ocean water in 2015 disrupted the food web of the Pacific, triggering the starvation and deaths of thousands and thousands of sea birds, including the c...
The LAPD is working with prosecutors to determine whether any criminal cases are tied to officers accused of falsifying gang identifications.
A chilly one-day storm will bring rain and cold that will drop snow levels and probably close the Grapevine, forecasters say.
The ACLU claims Orange County and the cities of Tustin and Huntington Park violated the California Values Act when they turned two men over to ICE.
Delta says its pilots were forced to lighten their plane's load prior to an emergency landing at LAX by dumping fuel over a populated area.
Sure, repurposing St. Vincent Medical Center as homeless housing could be tough, but let's at least consider it.
Stellar Solutions Inc. has mothballed a costly project aimed at improving detection of electromagnetic pulses - 'luminosities' - thought to precede earthquakes.
Some cases over alleged sexual misconduct were related to well-known incidents of abuse at Telfair and De La Torre elementary schools, for which teachers went to jail. Others never led to convict...
The incident rattled the community Cudahy in an area of Los Angeles County that has long dealt with environmental injustices.
Tommy the horse was so weak after the Thomas fire, adoption was uncertain. Then he met Anne Scioscia.
When the Camp fire hit Paradise, scores of volunteers wanted to help, but good hearts are not a defense against danger.
A Delta flight returning to LAX dumped fuel over southeast L.A. county, affecting some 44 people across four schools in Cudahy and South Gate.
After a brief rainy interlude this week, the Southland is expected to return to dry conditions.
About a year ago, a detective from an elite unite accused former L.A. police Officer Daniel Reedy of assault and blackmail. He'll face up to 9 charges.
One aviation expert called fuel dumping very rare, saying, "I don't remember anyone dumping fuel over population."
Already charged with resorting to fraud and bribery to get his son into USC, financier John Wilson was indicted on a new count of tax fraud.
Nury Martinez, the first Latina to serve as L.A. City Council president, called for a reassessment of the region's homelessness strategy.
The widening inquiry is becoming a major scandal at the LAPD, raising questions about the criminal cases brought by the officers now under scrutiny.
The Shanghai-bound flight left LAX, looped over the San Fernando Valley and southeastern L.A. County before making an emergency return to the airport.
How did pilots of a Delta jetliner end up dumping fuel on a playground filled with children in Cudahy? That is the question many are asking.
Three school campuses were affected when fuel was dumped from Delta Flight 89 as it made an emergency landing at Los Angeles International Airport.
Costa Mesa police tracked the Newport Beach woman to her home and arrested her after security guards wrote down her license plate number.
U.S. District Judge Dana Sabraw found no evidence the U.S. abused its discretion when separating children from parents.
A man said his 9-year-old son found a loaded pistol in a bedroom drawer minutes after the family arrived at a Tahoe-area Airbnb over the weekend.
Agents find more than 100 pounds of meth inside the truck's gas tank, spare tire and quarter panels after following the vehicle on the 15 Freeway south of Temecula.
Rodolfo Montoya, who was arrested in August after police found a cache of weapons at his Huntington Beach home, faces nearly four years in prison.
About 11,000 gallons of sewage dumped into the San Gabriel River flowed south to the beaches of Long Beach, closing a 7-mile stretch of shoreline.
Several members of the Moms 4 Housing group were cuffed before dawn and marched out of an Oakland home they had been squatting in since November.
Riverside County authorities are urging motorists to be cautious after two separate reports of sharp blades being affixed to vehicles.
The Trump administration loosened the federal government's "joint employer" rule for businesses that contract out work, making it harder for victims of wage theft at staffing agencies and subcont...
L.A. County's transit agency proposes the first overhaul of the region's bus network in more than 25 years. Riders would see changes on the street by the end of next year, officials say.
Two hikers were plucked by helicopter from the Devil's Backbone trail, while a third was rescued from the Ice House Canyon area.
The driver who hit Det. Amber Leist stopped and tried to help her. She was taken to a hospital but died from her injuries. She was 41.
Trump officials are prepared to offer L.A. help on homelessness, but they want some changes in return, including on police and housing regulations.
A bill to ban surgeries on children under 6 years old who are born with atypical genitalia failed its first vote in the California Senate on Monday.
The Justice Department has filed a lawsuit against a Los Angeles property manager for allegedly sexually harassing and assaulting female tenants for 14 years.
The pilot suffered only minor injuries, according to Los Angeles County fire officials.
Elijah Kim, a Sunny Hills High School basketball coach, was arrested on suspicion of committing lewd and lascivious acts with a minor, investigators said.
Ex-L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca was sentenced in 2017 to three years behind bars after a jury found he oversaw a scheme to interfere with an FBI probe.
A California task force is calling for a constitutional amendment to require local governments to reduce homelessness or face possible legal action.