On a day when Americans honor the sacrifice of former and active-duty servicemen and women, volunteers in West Los Angeles are giving back.
Supervisor Don Knabe has called for a review after receiving what he described as “nervous calls” from employees — some of whom have been deployed overseas for months
You could soon start receiving text messages from the U.S. government in response to potential weather emergencies.
A bill moving through the California Legislature is heating up the hot button issue of immigration reform.
Families of 28 police officers and 13 firefighters who died in the line of duty were on hand at a memorial service on Tuesday.
It’s not just about the cookies – see how the Girl Scouts help Los Angeles in other ways, and wish them a happy birthday!
Burger King Corp. is offering its customers a time-saving — and potentially waistline-bulging — option to its drive-through window
It could be the last Christmas for first-class mail here in the Southland.
Here is a list of numbers, websites to report downed power lines, report outages and for the latest updates on when service will be restored.
September’s layoff totals marked the highest number since April of 2009, when 132,500 layoffs were announced.
Metro has been given a green light to expand its green line rail service to new neighborhoods.
A power outage that left nearly 1,000 customers in the dark in Marina del Rey is over.
The United States Postal Service is reviewing 3,600 offices for possible closure.
Alhambra Police gave a final salute to a fallen colleague at a memorial service held in Diamond Bar Friday.
When, where and how much should you tip? Bob McCormick opens the phone lines for some answers.