One of Hollywood’s leading comedy stars is hoping to turn laughter into votes in the race for the next mayor of Los Angeles.
The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is offering complimentary cups of coffee or tea Wednesday as the company celebrates its 50th anniversary!
This weekend marks the eighth annual ‘Museums Free-For-All’ across Southern California.
The owner of a pair of Fernando Valley gas stations has grown increasingly frustrated by a sharp rise in fuel thefts – as well as customers who are taking advantage of broken gas pumps.
On a day when all of us give thanks for the simple blessings in our lives, many Southland residents are also giving back.
If you’re planning on spending the Thanksgiving holiday by yourself, you may want to head for Sunset Boulevard on Thursday.
The Los Angeles Mission, 303 E. Fifth Street, celebrated its 76th year providing more than 3,500 meals for the city’s homeless Wednesday.
Metro will offer free rides all weekend long for the opening of the four-mile Orange Line extension from Canoga Park to Chatsworth.
One of the city’s legendary eateries was handing out free pastrami sandwiches on Friday in honor of its 65th anniversary.
Los Angeles may seem like a mishmash of endless intersecting freeways and the blending of one suburb after another after another, but head out of town in any direction and you’ll discover nature at the area’s finest. In fact, outdoor enthusiasts will find camping in this vicinity a refreshing change of pace from the City of Angels’ daily grind, so pack your tent and get going to any of the following five sites perfect for sleeping under the stars.
It was a sight reminiscent of gas lines of the 1970s — only this one turned a drivers’ dream into a traffic nightmare.
A new bill could make sure you don’t come back to a ticket after you leave your car parked at a busted meter without putting in change.
California State Controller John Chiang says free tax preparation will be available for families and individuals with household incomes of $50,000 a year or less.
Anaheim restaurant owner Frank Garcia is gearing up to serve 30,000 people at the 25th annual “We Give Thanks” Thanksgiving dinner.
Most people will be lounging around the house or shopping the day after Thanksgiving, but retail employees will be working harder than ever next Friday.