A report finds Los Angeles emergency teams are demonstrating quicker response times in the aftermath of November’s deadly shooting at LAX.
Police and fire personnel Tuesday held a joint training drill to prepare hospital staff and first responders for improved inter-agency communication during active shooter scenarios.
Mayor Eric Garcetti Friday announced a new light rail station at Los Angeles International Airport that will eventually take travelers directly into the airport.
The Metro Board Thursday approved plans to build a new light rail station near Los Angeles International Airport, a move long overdue for a city whose mass transit leaves much to be desired.
A medical marijuana dispensary was being robbed Wednesday when a security guard fatally shot one of the suspects, police reported.
An upcoming construction project will force the closure of a major artery to Los Angeles International Airport.
Commuters traveling to and from LAX next month could face traffic congestion due to the planned 57-hour demolition of a defunct railroad bridge on Century Boulevard.
Alzheimer’s affects 5 million Americans, and 600,000 of them are in California.
More than 1,000 LAX workers and supporters marched at the airport Thursday, calling for good jobs.
The Original Farmers Market has opened its second location at the Los Angeles International Airport.
Members of the council’s Economic Development Committee are suggesting an increase from the state’s minimum wage of $8 to $15.37 be implemented for workers at hotels with at least 300 rooms by July 1, 2015.
Regardless of your budget, this handy guide will help you plan your vacation to Los Angeles.
A Stanford University professor arrested at Los Angeles International Airport for allegedly having a grenade in his luggage says he was returning from his late father’s home with the World War II-era souvenir.
Residents near Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) are exposed to the same amount of toxic chemicals in the air as is found in hundreds of miles of freeway traffic, researchers said Thursday.
AB1598 by Democratic Assemblyman Freddie Rodriguez of Pomona would require police, fire and other emergency services to train together for incidents involving active shooters.