The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power is looking into whether or not severe weather is directly related to scattered outages across the county.
The water main burst overnight on Clinton Street near North Harper Avenue, officials say.
The Imam is holding an interfaith prayer for rain at Baitul Hamed mosque in Chino on Saturday because it’s the one thing everyone can agree on, we need rain.
The break occurred in the area of Avenue A and Pacific Coast Highway, according to the Redondo Beach Police Department.
A memorial service will be held Friday for a 28-year-old woman whose body was found in the Cleveland National Forest two months after she was reported missing.
Service along the Metro Green Line was disrupted Wednesday morning due to a “suspicious vehicle” parked at a station near LAX, authorities said.
WiFi and cell phone service in underground Metro rail stations could make its debut later this year , according to officials.
The suspect is accused of confronting a cashier at a Unocal service station located in the 12000 block of Seal Beach Boulevard shortly before noon Friday.
Walking up to the residence Saturday, the Bawdens thought they were one of many military families still in the running to make the three bedroom, three bathroom their new home, mortgage free.
Metro suspended train service between the Highland Park and Chinatown stations after the problem was reported around 11:30 a.m.
Protesters were expected to gather Wednesday to call upon President Barack Obama to make good on a campaign pledge to enact anti-discrimination rules for Internet broadband service providers.
Free wireless broadband service in the city of Los Angeles took another step closer to becoming a reality Monday.
Transportation officials are considering a plan to take Metrolink passengers from the Inland Empire all the way to downtown Los Angeles on direct express trains, according to reports Thursday.
Riders along the Metro subway trains in Los Angeles may soon have access to WiFi and
cellular service, according to county officials.
Over 1,200 residents in Los Angeles were expected to receive checks in the mail starting Tuesday courtesy of the U.S. Postal Inspection Service.