An Aeromexico jetliner bound for Mexico City has returned to Los Angeles International Airport due to the smell of smoke in the cabin.
Federal prosecutors will seek the death penalty against the man charged in a deadly shooting rampage at Los Angeles International Airport, according to court papers filed Friday.
Severe weather across the nation could threaten holiday travel on one of the busiest travel days of the year.
Authorities say a suspicious device found at Los Angeles International Airport prompted the partial closure of a terminal.
Planning to fly out of Los Angeles International Airport before Christmas? You’ll have plenty of company.
Leaders at the Los Angeles International Airport have formally given the go-ahead to a $4 billion plan to build an “automated people mover” that would connect terminals to the region’s rail system.
Transportation network companies, such as Lyft and Uber, aren’t currently allowed to operate at Los Angeles International Airport but that could soon change.
A woman and her newborn baby were recovering at a Southland hospital Tuesday after she gave birth on board a Southwest Airlines flight.
The U.S. attorney general has not yet decided whether to seek the death penalty against the man charged in a deadly shooting rampage at Los Angeles International Airport.
A former investment broker who was convicted of smashing more than 75 windows in businesses and homes in Beverly Hills and along Ventura Boulevard won’t be going to jail.
A British gay porn star was sentenced to 2 years in federal prison Thursday for trying to smuggle a half-pound of crystal meth in his body through Los Angeles International Airport.
Stormy weather in Southern California, Northern California and on the East Coast led to more than 100 delayed flights before noon at Los Angeles International Airport Tuesday.
Roads are clogged and the airports are packed.
Millions of people were trying to get into or out of Southern California on Wednesday.
TSA’s decision to allow passengers to go through the pre-check screening line designed for those with approved security clearance, some say, is compromising safety.