Dozens of Chris Brown’s neighbors are less than thrilled about “monster graffiti” on the singer’s Hollywood Hills home.
City, county and federal agencies, along with some elected officials, are getting a free ride through new toll lanes on the 10 and 110 freeways in Los Angeles, according to CBS2 investigative reporter David Goldstein.
Beginning April 18, the intersection of Highland Avenue and Selma Avenue in Hollywood will be officially known as Carol Burnett Square.
Members of a City Council committee met Wednesday to discuss options for renovating the Los Angeles Convention Center in case AEG’s proposed Farmers Field stadium falls through the cracks.
A stretch of the Silver Lake District just got safer thanks to new bike lanes.
Councilmember Tom LaBonge joined emergency and fire officials Thursday to commemorate the 19th anniversary of the Northridge earthquake.
Family and friends will say goodbye to longtime TV host Huell Howser Tuesday evening at sunset.
A public memorial for fans of the late Huell Howser will be held next Tuesday at Griffith Observatory.
Councilmember Tom LaBonge was on hand Wednesday for the official reopening of the Griffith Park Bird Sanctuary after the devastating Griffith Park fire of 2007.
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power will send crews to the East Coast to help the millions of people without power because of Superstorm Sandy.
If City Councilman Tom LaBonge gets his way, it could be 1984 all over again in 2032.
Two dozen police officers stood at attention as bagpipers played “Amazing Grace” on a Hollywood street Friday in memory of a slain colleague they never knew.
By lunchtime, Wilshire Boulevard’s south side near the Los Angeles County Museum of Art is lined with colorful gourmet food trucks, blocking drivers’ views of buildings, building numbers and, unfortunately, traffic signs.
The intersection of Lankershim Boulevard and Moorpark Street in Toluca Lake will be designated Bob and Dolores Hope Square Monday, honoring the late comedian and his wife.
Los Angeles transportation leaders plan to gather at Caltrans headquarters Monday morning to commemorate the anniversary of what may be L.A.’s most iconic gift to the rest of the world: the SigAlert.