There’s a party going on in San Pedro for a U.S. Navy boat know as the “Battleship of Presidents”.
A billboard battle aimed at swaying public opinion on Israel is being waged on the streets of Los Angeles.
“It’s the best day of my life,” said the happy bride.
A bill that would require California to place child day care records online is headed to the state Senate after sailing through the Assembly.
Taxpayers in Southern California and throughout the state, rejoice: the income you’ve earned since Jan. 1 is enough to pay your federal, state and local taxes for 2014.
Spring is ending, summertime is here – and the Griffith Observatory is ready to celebrate.
A state lawmaker wants to establish basic standards for the short-term day care centers that are growing in popularity at fitness centers, shopping malls, grocery stores and other businesses.
Do you love your sweetheart enough this Valentine’s Day to put down the chocolates and pick up the dumbbells?
On a day when Americans honor the sacrifice of former and active-duty servicemen and women, volunteers in West Los Angeles are giving back.
A $25,000 reward is being offered to catch those responsible for stealing plaques from a veterans memorial in East Los Angeles.
The artist behind the bestselling reggae album of all time will have his own day in the city of Los Angeles.
Hundreds of Orange County students hit the waves on Wednesday, one day after state lawmakers declared the first “International Surfing Day”.
On this Holocaust Remembrance Day, Max Webb still struggles to describe the events he endured nearly 70 years ago.
Skeptics are wondering why Harold Camping hasn’t parted with his ministry’s estimated $56 million fortune despite making a prediction that the end of the world begins tomorrow.
Is Friday the 13th really that unlucky? The Automobile Club of Southern California says it’s no more dangerous on the road.