Los Angeles Times
The city of Los Angeles reportedly is undergoing a spike in crime, most notably an increase in shooting victims, the Los Angeles Times reported.
The newspaper said Monday that Champlin died at his Los Angeles home on Sunday. He was 88.
A student who claims his right to free expression was violated has sued Citrus College in Southern California, one of four schools around the nation targeted by a free-speech group.
L.A. County Director of Environmental Health Angelo Bellomo says inspectors are having a hard time tracking the estimated 3,200 restaurants on the road.
The city of Santa Monica is planning to spend more than $100,000 within the next year on a survey that will identify potentially dangerous buildings during a major earthquake, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Los Angeles Times Deputy Managing Editor Scott Kraft described the historic day Mandela walked out of prison, and what it was like to be there.
Eight people pleaded not guilty Friday to charges they operated a home burglary ring targeting vacationing Los Angeles Times subscribers.
Baca explained many of the hires were brought on board in the 90s, creating an extra challenge for the department.
The head of the Department of Building and Safety has formerly asked a UC Berkeley professor to share his list of 1,500 possibly vulnerable buildings.
John Dimowo, 55, was booked Tuesday at the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s San Dimas Station.
The Dodgers’ Cuban Sensation Yasiel Puig is reportedly being sued for $12 million by another Cuban man who says Puig made false allegations that lead him to a seven-year sentence in prison.
Police were called to the scene at around 5:20 p.m. Monday after an Infiniti hit a tree and split in half on Jamboree Road and Island Lagoon Drive.
Security is being stepped up at public events throughout Southern California this weekend in the wake of Monday’s deadly bombings in Boston but law enforcement officials say there is no imminent threat.
Planning to sell your home? You may want to wait until 2016 before listing it.
A burglary ring targeted Los Angeles Times subscribers who told the paper to stop deliveries while they were on vacation, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.