Thousands of previously unpublished Boy Scouts of America files that detail suspected sexual abuse by employees and volunteers have been posted to an online database by a newspaper.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.
Los Angeles Times travel writer Christopher Reynolds stopped by KCAL9 Friday to discuss LA Times’ latest ebook and iPad app, SoCal Close-Ups.
The NBA draft is on Thursday, and there are plenty of trade rumors floating around involving the Los Angeles Lakers.
Los Angeles county prosecutors are investigating whether the former city manager of Cudahy illegally gave himself pay raises.
Current L.A. City Attorney Carmen Trutanich faced off against four major opponents competing for L.A. County District Attorney at a candidate forum Wednesday.
Los Angeles City Attorney Carmen Trutanich has hit the big time on YouTube, with two of his campaign videos promoting his run for district attorney getting a whopping 725,000 views, more than any video from a GOP presidential candidate.
STUDIO CITY (CBS) — LA Times Pop Music Critic Randall Roberts visited the KCAL 9 studios Thursday to talk about music’s biggest night, the Grammy Awards! The Grammy nominations were revealed Wednesday night during a […]
After months of saying, and adamantly, that he was not going to sell the Dodgers, a report in the LA Times suggests Frank McCourt is exploring the option.
Starting on Labor Day, the price of a daily edition will increase from 75 cents to $1, while the Sunday issue will go up from $1.50 to $2.00. The price of the weekend edition will remain at $1.50.
It’s been said great minds think alike. Well, it turns out we’re not the only folks taking a closer look at South Bay beach communities.