Residents and commuters on the Westside faced prolonged traffic delays Tuesday as new construction on the Expo light rail line got underway.
Whether you’re looking to share a romantic meal with someone special or celebrate with family and friends, restaurants are ready with special menus for Feb. 14. Some restaurants are extending their Valentine’s Day menus over […]
All lanes of La Cienega Boulevard were reopened early Wednesday morning after the roadway buckled, forcing transportation officials to shut down the heavily traveled street.
Would you be willing to cough up an extra $24 a year or so to repair streets throughout Los Angeles? At least one City Council member thinks so.
Streamline your night at the Bowl by picking up a delicious gourmet picnic basket from one of these local eateries, or right at the Bowl itself.
President Barack Obama is headed back to Southern California — and so is his street-closing, traffic-delaying presidential motorcade.
A street in Eagle Rock was flooded Saturday after a six-inch pipe burst, according to officials.
From Marilyn to Mickey to Captain Jack to a martian, street performers strut their stuff in front of Graumann’s Chinese and along the sidewalk to Hollywood and Highland.
Police searched today for whoever gunned down a 24-year-old woman as she walked on a street in South Los Angeles.
Sheriff’s deputies in Moreno Valley were investigating a stabbing that left a man critically wounded.
A pair of Southland street cart vendors are hoping to get some help from local residents after “Occupy” protesters vandalized their carts with bodily fluids.
Santa Ana police are searching for suspects in a grisly hit-and-run that left one man dead after he was hit by two separate vehicles.
The city’s mayor was under fire Thursday from critics who say his plan to name a street after himself is nothing more than shameless self-promotion.
Animal lovers around the Southland applauded a City Council vote to outlaw the sale of live animals on the streets of Los Angeles.
The proposed ban may not only just protect residents, but also car buyers who may have been burned by some of these roadside offerings.