Following its addition of “Thursday Night Football,” CBS is shaking things up this upcoming fall with a multi-phase rollout.
Tanaka testified Friday as a defense witness in a case involving six deputies accused of conspiracy and obstruction of justice.
Reporters and other members of the media were set Friday for a meeting with City Hall officials concerning new security measures affecting press coverage of Los Angeles City Council meetings.
Scientists from academic and research institutions across Southern California offered tips to the media Tuesday on how to more accurately report on earthquakes in the region.
A Hollywood studio executive who landed his private helicopter on a Sheriff’s Department helipad during the manhunt for ex-LAPD officer Christopher Dorner.
A Southland lawmaker will hold a public hearing Monday night to discuss a recent government report on helicopter noise across Los Angeles County.
The Los Angeles Police Department said Thursday that they will no longer offer immediate information to the media on bogus 911 calls that target celebrity homes.
This year’s sequel to a weekend-long shutdown of the 405 Freeway along the Sepulveda Pass may have a slightly different — and less noisy — twist.
Southern California coach Lane Kiffin’s latest media session lasted considerably longer than 29 seconds.
The Los Angeles Police Department said Thursday that there hasn’t been an increase in police pursuits despite what seemed to be an influx in the past week.
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It may be the latest trend in public artistic expression, but the LAPD says it’s keeping an eye out for any so-called “flash mobs” that may have other motivations.
The Committee to Protect Journalists says governments worldwide are developing new tools to censor reporters as the media increasingly moves online.
Amazon.com Inc. wants to be more than a destination for shopping online: It also dreams of being a place where you can store your music, photos and videos and access them any time, from any computer.
Many TV personalities are calling for a more muted dialogue after the attempted assassination of an Arizona congresswoman, but that’s only served to heat up the debate over free speech.