An evacuation was ordered in the 2900 block of West Broadway around 3 p.m. after the communications office received a “suspicious call,” according to the CHP.
A report issued Wednesday by a union that represents airline food workers is raising doubts about the safety of passengers’ food on flights at Los Angeles International Airport.
The legislation approved unanimously on Monday would expand financial incentives for seismic retrofits.
Police released a sketch of a male suspect who tried to force an 11-year-old boy into a van as the child was walking home from a school bus stop in Palos Verdes Estates.
The answer is startling.
Officers Wednesday encouraged motorists to “share the road” in order to reduce motorcycle deaths and injuries.
The general manager for the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power apologized days after criticizing a controversial audit.
A scenario is unfolding inside a warehouse in El Sereno to give students an education into the safe operation of an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV).
Federal investigators say Michael’s stores failed to report serious safety hazards from poorly-made and breakable glass vases.
A Pomona Unified School District employee is recovering after being stabbed in the back during a lunch break from work on Tuesday.
Can swimming or surfing in waters off the Southern California coast expose beachgoers to dangerous levels of radiation from the Fukushima disaster?
A three-year construction project at LAX will begin Friday that could result in flight delays.
The Federal Aviation Administration has revealed new proposals for regulations supporting the commercial use of small drones.
Residents in Venice have filed a lawsuit against the city and county of Los Angeles over what they say is a “lawless Skid Row” around the beach boardwalk.
Police are investigating whether a large number of recent burglaries from cars parked in underground parking structures may be related.