A pilot program that would allow Angelenos to rent bicycles at kiosks citywide has hit another hurdle.
Bicyclists across Los Angeles can take part in “National Bike Week” starting Monday.
Police warned the public Monday about a sexual battery suspect in the northwest San Fernando Valley.
A popular lifeguard died Saturday after falling from his bike, according to officials.
“Bike Angel” Elaine Pease is behind an effort to turning old bikes into a holiday blessing.
Police are on the hunt for a serial groper who sexually attacks women while riding on his bicycle in Long Beach.
Adam Pettler and Kent Frankovich, creators of the Revolights System visited the KCAL9 studios Friday to talk about their first-of-its kind technology that’s taking cycling safety to a whole new level!
A bank robbery suspect is in custody Thursday afternoon after attempting to rob a bank in Santa Ana.
A man was killed when he lost control of his bicycle and crashed into a wall on the UCLA campus Friday night.
It could soon be illegal to ride a bicycle and text if a California lawmaker gets his way.
Ten miles of street across Los Angeles will be closed to vehicles — and thronged with thousands of bicyclists and pedestrians — for five hours Sunday, as CicLAvia winds across the heart of the city.
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa is urging Angelenos to get out of their cars and use 10 miles of city streets as a park to ride, jog or walk for the upcoming CicLAvia event.
A 23-year-old woman was sentenced to nearly three years in prison Tuesday for the hit-and-run death of a San Fernando Valley teenager.
Actor Gene Hackman was airlifted to a Florida hospital Friday afternoon after being hit by a car.
Jonathan Schmidt is serving 180 days in jail for yelling “(expletive) Mexican, go back to Mexico!” and spitting at a Huntington Beach woman.