The settlement approved Monday between the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and Arizona Public Service Co. is expected to be the first of several stemming from the blackout that involved a half-dozen utilities and grid operators.
The state attorney general’s office says the number of hate crimes reported in California dropped four percent last year.
Police Chief Charlie Beck said Thursday the city had the fewest number of crimes last year since 1957.
Terry Hawthorne returned an interception 39 yards for Illinois’ first touchdown late in the third quarter and the Illini snapped a six-game losing streak by beating UCLA 20-14 in the Fight Hunger Bowl.
The Hollywood Reporter says box office attendance is at a 16-year low. An estimated 1.28 billion people went to the movies in 2011, which is the lowest number since 1995.
The Los Angeles Lakers 66-game schedule has been released, with the first regular season game being played on Christmas Day against the Chicago Bulls at the Staples Center.
It’s finally here! The 2011 LA Auto Show is kicking off Friday at the Los Angeles Convention Center. From performance, horsepower and luxury to the latest eco-friendly electrics and hybrids, more than 900 new models will be on display through Nov. 28.
Los Angeles Times writer Jessica Gelt breaks down the list of the 2011 Emmy nominees.
Tiger Woods has shot a 5-under 67 in the final round of the Masters, going to the clubhouse trailing leader Adam Scott by one stroke.
Automotive specialist Mike Quincy of Consumer Reports reveals the magazine’s top cars for 2011.
Every year a couple schools come out of nowhere to steal a precious bid to the NCAA tournament. Just a few years ago one of those schools was USC.
Loyola Marymount University saw a record number of applications for its freshman class for the second year in a row.
City officials aren’t wasting any time enforcing a new law that targets mobile billboards.
Lindsay Lohan is scheduled to be released from the Betty Ford rehab center in Palm Springs sometime Monday, only to face an uncertain career and looming legal issues.
For many, another new year means another batch of failed new year’s resolutions. Here’s one way you can guarantee 2011 will be different.