A federal appeals court ruled Thursday a decades-old Los Angeles law that prohibits anyone from living in a parked vehicle is unconstitutional.
A security director at a senior living facility has been arrested on suspicion of burglarizing several residences within the complex.
Prosecutors say they have ordered the operators of two L.A. assisted living facilities to relocate disabled residents from allegedly “deplorable and sub-standard living conditions.”
The San Gabriel Valley foothills offer the chance to live with the forest at your doorstep — but not without some risks.
For the first time, living people will be eligible to be honored on U.S. postage stamps.
Most of us are just as likely to poke our neighbors on Facebook as we are to lend a helping hand — that is, when we’re not shaking our fist at them.
It’s mans best friend that gets a lot of the credit for the population surge in downtown L.A.
While half a million people spend weekdays in downtown L.A., about 50,000 people call the city home.
For some in Long Beach, the marinas and waterfront are a home away from home — but for others, it’s just home.