July 2013 has been the wettest July for the city of Los Angeles in 95 years, the National Weather Service said Friday.
Californians reduced the amount of trash sent to landfills to a record low last year.
California is now the largest producer of solar power in the nation.
Powerball frenzy came to a sudden and sad (unless you live in Florida) end on Saturday in California.
Frank Ocean is nominated for six awards and will perform at Sunday’s Grammys, and he warmed up at an event for a few hundred people Friday night.
Winds up to 50 mph are adding to California’s big chill misery, as residents bundle up in record cold.
A 38-year-old man was arrested Monday for using a camera attached to his shoe to videotape under the dresses and skirts of women.
President Barack Obama’s speech at the Democratic National Convention Thursday set a record for most tweets per minute about a political event.
Transit officials have created a special task force to find out why there are so many accidents and suicides involving Blue Line trains.
Universal Pictures announced Monday that the studio reached $1 billion at the box office this year.
LAPD Detective Gus Martinez was on the ride of his life Thursday in the hopes of setting a world record for the longest time spent on a Ferris wheel.
The feast is on: “The Hunger Games” has taken in $68.25 million domestically in its first day, a record for a non-sequel.
The Port of Los Angeles last year exported a record 2.1 million cargo containers with U.S. goods for overseas customers.
If you’re one of the millions of Angelenos who took advantage of Cyber Monday deals this year, your gifts should be arriving soon.
Kutcher’s debut in the CBS sitcom “Two and a Half Men” on Monday was seen by 27.7 million people.