A group of anonymous artists constructed a teahouse in Griffith park overnight on Monday.
The plan to build a football stadium in the Los Angeles suburbs that could become home for an NFL team has taken a step forward.
Angelenos are asking state officials to bring some new safety measures to the city’s oldest freeway.
Hundreds of residents gathered on Saturday to protest against turning a hospital into a medical office building in San Clemente.
Activists are calling on Disney executives to represent children with Down syndrome and other disabilities in its animated films.
A recent Change.org petition hoping to get Weird Al onstage during halftime of the year’s biggest football game got the “Eat Singer” thinking just what he would do if ever given the opportunity.
A consumer advocacy group is calling on the California insurance commissioner to stop allowing automobile insurance companies to grant discounts for those who belong to professional organizations.
Save Culver Ice is leading the crusade to salvage the Culver City Ice Arena, which has been a fixture of the community for more than 50 years.
A San Fernando Valley lawmaker wants the White House to put a rug woven by Armenian orphans and given to President Calvin Coolidge nearly a century ago on public display.
The world’s biggest coffee chain said Thursday that it will ask customers and businesses to sign a petition calling for an end to the partial government shutdown that has forced hundreds of thousands of federal workers off the job.
The effort to recall San Diego’s embattled mayor is kicking off in the nation’s eighth-largest city Sunday, one day before Bob Filner is set to return to work at City Hall after undergoing behavior therapy.
The city of Los Angeles is being urged to sever its sister-city relationship with St. Petersburg amid recently passed anti-gay laws in Russia.
Opponents of San Diego Mayor Bob Filner launched a second recall effort against the mayor Monday, in the wake of accusations from seven women of sexual harassment.
Members of MoveOn.org and other protesters are warning the owners of the Los Angeles Times not to sell the newspaper to “political propagandists”.
A meeting Thursday will help determine the fate of fire rings on two popular Orange County beaches.