The Los Angeles Police Department is reminding the public Thursday of a website designed for residents to report suspicious activity or behavior in wake of the Boston Marathon bombings.
Los Angeles County’s top health official says free meningococcal vaccines will be offered to low-income and uninsured residents following a recent death in West Hollywood.
One in three American seniors die with a form of dementia, according to a new report from the Alzheimer’s Association.
Slow but steady job growth in California and across the United States will likely improve the Southland job market within two years, according to an economic forecast released Wednesday.
A streak of light that apparently sparked several reports across Southern California was not considered to be an public threat, according to fire officials.
Commuters who have long suffered from carpool lane envy could soon find some relief if one San Fernando Valley lawmaker has his way.
A confidential county report obtained by the Los Angeles Times on policies at the troubled Department of Child and Family Services (DCFS) found repeated and avoidable mistakes may have lead to the deaths of 14 children.
The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) racked up an alleged $158 million in misappropriations and unallowable charges, according to a new report Wednesday.
A city council committee met Friday to discuss efforts by the Los Angeles Police Department to curb hit-and-run accidents.
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Bancroft Middle School was put on lockdwon Monday after a report of a weapon on campus.
A new police chief is pledging to beef up security at the nation’s second-busiest airport.
Streets, highways and bridges in Los Angeles County are deteriorating because officials have failed to provide maintenance and replacements for local infrastructure, according to a report released Wednesday.
One in five fatal crashes in Los Angeles involves an unlicensed driver, according to a new report.
A commission appointed to investigate Los Angeles County jails said the system has shown “a persistent pattern of unnecessary and excessive force” and blamed Sheriff Lee Baca for a “failure of leadership.”