A Monrovia city official Tuesday voiced his opposition to a plan to declare the San Gabriel Mountains a national monument.
Investigators are looking for a man believed to have been living in a remote cabin in upper Trabuco Canyon where a fire broke out Wednesday night.
A busy Westside intersection has become a battleground for local motorists and business owners losing money over what they say is an excessive number of traffic restrictions.
Residents of Culver City were set to join their neighbors for the city’s first “National Night Out” on Tuesday to mark the event’s 30th anniversary.
What to do when your 18th hole moves “fore-ward” into the Pacific Ocean?
A Saudi Arabian princess was behind bars Wednesday after her arrest on charges of holding a domestic servant against her will, authorities said.
Everyone knows how beneficial it is to get a certain amount of exercise per day but occasionally we need a bit of advice to make the right choice.
A relatively dry winter season has prompted U.S. Forest Service officials to raise the fire danger level for the Angeles National Forest.
CBSLA is bringing you real-time results for national, state and local races.
You could soon start receiving text messages from the U.S. government in response to potential weather emergencies.
Was the plan to reseed the land devastated by a massive 2009 wildfire with trees all just a big waste of money?
America’s registered nurses have an answer to the nation’s financial crisis: take some money from Wall Street.
Two Los Angeles County students and one from Orange County were eliminated Wednesday from the Scripps National Spelling Bee in National Harbor, Md.
Residents are pushing for a freeway sound wall along the west side of the 114-acre Los Angeles National Cemetery, but California transportation officials say a noise barrier isn’t part of its $1 billion Interstate 405 widening project.