A man who allegedly shot up a Los Angeles police station, wounding an officer, has been charged with attempted murder.
Detectives recovered two shotguns, an assault rifle, an M1 rifle and at least one handgun.
The bar is called Eighty Two and with just one step inside, you’ll know why.
Missing California State University student was found safe Monday morning.
The recent stormy weather has made a dent in the rainfall deficit in Los Angeles after months of drought.
For an afternoon of great food and relaxation with your furry friend, try these pet-friendly cafés.
It’s not every day that a worker begins and ends their career doing the same job at the same place. Nurse Bettye Dacus said goodbye to her job at California Hospital Tuesday after 52 years on the job.
The marathon concrete pour begins Saturday evening and is expected to last 20 hours without interruption. The continuous pour will be verified by an official from Guinness World Records.
A man was reportedly killed by a suspected drunken driver early Saturday morning in Downtown LA.
The city of Los Angeles has won a $3.9 million judgment and permanent injunction against a downtown merchant for the sale of counterfeit jewelry, apparel and handbags, the largest judgment secured by the city in a counterfeiting case.
LA City Councilman Jose Huizar on Monday defended a project to build a streetcar line in Downtown Los Angeles even though the cost of the project could double.
Police have shot a woman wielding a knife in Downtown L.A., according to reports Friday.
Tens of thousands of bicyclists and pedestrians have a portion of downtown Los Angeles to themselves during the city’s eighth CicLAvia event.
Grand Central Market is welcoming six new stalls to their ranks, ready to serve up world-class coffee drinks, Thai Street Food, classic diner fare, BBQ, and soon, oysters and cheese.
Authorities Friday said at least four people were injured when a sport utility vehicle plowed into a Rite Aid Pharmacy in downtown Los Angeles.