An investigative report in the LA Times Sunday revealed that a quarter of all GPS devices used to track convicted criminals in LA County do not work.
Deasy says he isn’t talking until Tuesday.
Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck has made a turnaround in regards to Special Order 7.
The Taste is the Los Angeles Times’ annual three-day food event at Paramount Studios that celebrates the all-star Angelinos responsible for shaping LA’s exciting and evolving culinary landscape!
After just two weeks in office, Mayor Eric Garcetti has waded into the debate over a potential sale of the Los Angeles Times.
KCAL9 has the story behind a dramatic and haunting Los Angeles Times photo that embodies the true meaning of Memorial Day.
Residents of one of Southern California’s most exclusive neighborhoods were expected to protest the potential sale of the Los Angeles Times and Tribune Company newspapers across the country to the Koch Brothers.
Californians say it’s more important to protect people from gun violence than to protect their right to own a firearm, according to the largest statewide poll of registered voters.
A CNET report says Apple is aware of a special URL that allows a stranger to hijack your user account and reset your ID and password by simply knowing your birthday and email address.
Thousands of previously unpublished Boy Scouts of America files that detail suspected sexual abuse by employees and volunteers have been posted to an online database by a newspaper.
A popular lifeguard died Saturday after falling from his bike, according to officials.
Pac-12 teams and the local media continue to battle to do their weekly reports on the football teams.
Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney came to the Golden State for a two-day series of high-profile fundraisers and reportedly took a shot at California in front of a $25,000 a ticket crowd in Del Mar.
The Dodges bullpen trouble could be getting worse and worse. Dodgers’ closer Kenley Jansen was held out of today’s game in Colorado due to his heart conditions, according to LA Times.
The Lakers have confirmed that Jerry Buss, long-time owner of the team, underwent surgery on Thursday. The team did not elaborate on the details, except to say that the surgery went well, and that Buss, 78, is expected to make a full recovery.