Los Angeles County
Los Angeles County will pay $5 million to the family of a man who was mistakenly shot to death by sheriff’s deputies as he tried to flee a knife-wielding captor.
Huntington Park may become the first city in California to appoint two undocumented immigrants as commissioners on city advisory boards, a lawmaker confirms.
Unemployment was down in June in Los Angeles County, but went up slightly in Orange and Riverside counties.
Los Angeles and Orange County overnight saw the largest one-day price hike in months.
Three Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies were convicted Wednesday of assaulting a handcuffed visitor at a county jail and fabricating stories to cover it up.
L.A. County Supervisors will consider raising the minimum wage in the county to $15 an hour.
New Los Angeles County wine is not on the horizon since the Board of Supervisors have imposed a temporary ban on new or expanded vineyards in a large area of the northern Santa Monica Mountains to help manage the severe drought in the region.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department says four people have been arrested in an investigation of so-called knock-knock burglaries.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has approved a conservation plan which will assess doubled — not tripled — charges for some water customers.
Officials arrested Andrew Clark, 35, around 8:45 p.m. Thursday.
Officials are hoping to stop a growing worldwide epidemic of child sex trafficking from taking more victims in Los Angeles.
The City of Angels is still the largest in the state of California, but the cities of San Diego and San Jose experienced the largest gains in population last year, state demographers announced Friday.
The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in Los Angeles County jumped 5.9 cents Friday to $3.321, and a gasoline expert blamed the hike on reduced production at a Northern California refinery.
The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate in Los Angeles County dropped to 7.6 percent in March, down slightly from a revised 7.8 percent in February.
Strong rip currents will create dangerous swimming conditions Friday along Los Angeles County’s beaches, according to the National Weather Service.