Any customer who buys another person a beverage at Starbucks Wednesday through Friday will be given a free tall brewed coffee in return.
Students and staff will be temporarily relocated from a building at Malibu High School that some believe is making them sick, the district superintendent announced Tuesday.
Students at Malibu Middle and High School were back in class Monday following reports that at least a third of the school’s teachers complained of serious illnesses.
A longtime City Councilman and candidate for City Controller is accusing the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce of playing politics.
For days, Jay-Z and Beyonce have been on the receiving end of some pretty bad press for taking an authorized anniversary vacation in Cuba, but now, Jay is coming back swinging.
An Orange County school district has rejected a plan made by a local city councilman asking for teachers to carry guns in classrooms in the wake of Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy.
Dina Kourda, on behalf of PETA, is asking Irvine’s street maintenance superintendent to install a sign to memorialize hundreds of fish that were killed in a Oct. 11 traffic accident.
The president of the embattled Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Commission announced his resignation from the panel Wednesday.
The very public feud between Joe Ezterhas and Gibson took a new twist on Thursday.
In a new Facebook message to nearly two million of her fans, Kat Von D claims Jesse James cheated her with 19 other women.
Kim Kardashian reportedly warned her family before she filed for divorce from Kris Humphries after just 72 days of marriage.
Adolf Hitler’s anti-Semitic 1919 Gemlich letter, described as the most significant document ever acquired by the Simon Wiesenthal Center, is now on display at the Los Angeles center’s Museum of Tolerance.
I don’t know anyone else under the age of 80 that writes more letters than Los Angeles Lakers guard and National Basketball Players Association president Derek Fisher.
Prominent Los Angeles religious leaders are offering their support to embattled Dodgers owner Frank McCourt.
The postal service says it has no idea why a letter mailed over a half-century ago was just delivered to a now-defunct Army base.