Flames Shoot Out Of High-Rise Office Building In Los AngelesOfficials said the fire was put out quickly.
2 People Reportedly Killed When Car Slams Into Burbank BuildingThe accident occurred at 6th and Anita Streets, according to officials.
Downtown LA High-Rise Flooded By Broken Water Pipe Is Yellow-TaggedA broken pipe sent water cascading down 25 floors of a downtown Los Angeles high-rise forcing resident to evacuate on Monday.
Crews Respond To Reported Explosion At Koreatown Apartment BuildingFirefighters and police officers were responding Wednesday to investigate a report of an explosion at an apartment building in the Koreatown area, authorities said.
LACoFD: Commercial Building In City Of Industry Required 'Extensive Overhaul' After 2-Alarm FireLos Angeles County Fire Department personnel were called to the scene at Collwood and E. Valley Boulevard shortly after 5 p.m. Friday.
Suspect Arrested In Deadly Fire At Vacant WeHo BuildingA man suspected of starting a fire at a vacant commercial building in West Hollywood that killed another man was in custody Friday
Police Arrest Female Suspect In Bomb Threat At Downtown LA Federal BuildingAuthorities took a woman claiming to have an explosive into custody Wednesday after a bomb threat at a federal building in downtown Los Angeles.
Crews Fighting Fire At Multi-Family Building In Santa ClaritaLos Angeles County Fire Department personnel were called to the scene in the 20000 block of Keaton Street at 1:27 p.m.
3-Story Building Under Construction Catches Fire In West HollywoodCrews Friday battled a fire at a construction site in West Hollywood.
LA Mayor Unveils Plan To Slash Construction Time, Costs For Building Projects Construction time and costs could be reduced for 600 building projects a year in the city of Los Angeles under a new initiative announced Thursday.
Structural Engineers Call For Retrofitting Older LA Buildings Hundreds of structural engineers gathered Monday to address the risks posed by earthquakes to some of the oldest buildings in the city of Los Angeles.
LA Modifies Fire Code Requirement For All Skyscrapers To Be Topped With HelipadOfficials say the move will allow for more iconic architecture in the city's skyline while implementing cutting-edge fire-life safety measures and systems in modern high-rise buildings.