Bicycle-Kick Goal Highlight Of Sporting KC's 2-1 Win Over GalaxyIke Opara scored on a bicycle kick in Sporting Kansas City's 2-1 victory over the Los Angeles Galaxy on Saturday night.
Shooting Victim Crashes Car Into Home, DiesA Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department spokesperson says deputies were called to Mansa Drive near Valley View Avenue just before 8:30 p.m.
Nanny Caught Beating A Child With Special Needs, Mother SaysA parent's worse nightmare unfolded live on the family's nanny cam app.
How Would The American Healthcare Act Affect Californians?Former President Barack Obama's signature achievement, signed into law in 2010, seems to be working well in California.
Shake Shack To Land At LAXShake Shack is landing at Los Angeles International Airport.
Caught On Camera: Man Steals Water Slide In WhittierSlippin' and slidin' down a water slide is a rite of passage for many Southland residents. But stealing?
Ducks' Stoner, Kings' McNabb Go To Golden KnightsAnaheim Ducks defenseman Clayton Stoner, 32, and Los Angeles Kings defenseman Brayden McNabb, 26, were the two local picks among 30 NHL veterans chosen by the Las Vegas Golden Knights in Wednesday's NHL expansion draft.
New Treatment Helps Southland Woman Beat Skin CancerThe story of a skin cancer survivor offers a stark warning of the dangers of being out in the sunshine.
Huntington Beach Bee Attack Victim: 'It Was Like Wearing This Huge Helmet Of Buzzing Bees'Mary Ann Speicher and her dog were stung by a swarm of bees at Harriett M. Wieder Regional Park Saturday.
4 More L.A. Police Cadets Arrested On Suspicion Of Stealing Patrol CarsThe new arrests bring to seven the number of cadets taken into custody.
Lakers Trade Russell, Mozgov To Nets For Brook LopezThe Los Angeles Lakers are reportedly on the verge of trading D'Angelo Russell and Timofey Mozgov for the Nets center Brook Lopez.
Tiger Woods Receiving Professional Help To Manage Meds"I'm currently receiving professional help to manage my medications and the ways that I deal with back pain and a sleep disorder," Woods said.