Downtown Los Angeles
A boarding school has opened inside of a downtown Los Angeles hotel with students from around the world in attendance.
A celebrity-filled charity gala was hosted by the Face Forward Foundation Saturday evening to help support victims of domestic violence.
It’s been more than 1,400 days since LAPD Det. Brian Putnam was handed the murder case: A woman’s naked body was found at a recycling plant in Chinatown. The discovery made local headlines. But that didn’t generate any leads.
More than 100 cyclists made their way from Calabasas to Los Angeles Wednesday evening to pay tribute to Milt Olin Jr., a prominent entertainment lawyer and former Napster executive who was killed while riding his bicycle in December.
More than two dozen people were arrested during the first day of an outdoor music festival in downtown Los Angeles.
Downtown Los Angeles’ inaugural outdoor music festival got underway Saturday despite concerns from residents about possible security and traffic issues.
A police pursuit ended Friday afternoon in a two-car crash in downtown Los Angeles.
Bon Appetit magazine says the culinary hub is a must-see for foodies.
A mural that spans 125 by 150 feet across the side of a historic building in Downtown L.A. will be painted over despite efforts by Mayor Eric Garcetti to intervene.
ShopWalk Downtown Los Angeles is set to return this Sunday in the Historic Core area, offering great deals from a collection of stores and restaurants.
As Los Angeles’ commuter rail service and new subway system continue to expand, job opportunities are projected to skyrocket.
Firefighters quickly doused a blaze in a six-story building in Downtown L.A., but a hazardous materials team has been summoned when a drug operation was discovered inside.
Officers responded to reports of shots being fired near the popular entertainment complex of LA live Tuesday night.
A suspected drunk driver in his 20s was arrested early Saturday after he crashed into cars and a cafe, injuring several people outside in Downtown L.A.
Several children had tears in their eyes Wednesday night as they stood with their families in Downtown L.A. and rallied against the impending closure of their Catholic elementary school.