Authorities say two people have died in a head-on collision in Torrance.
Over the 2015 New Year’s Holiday Maximum Enforcement Period, six people were killed in traffic accidents throughout Los Angeles County, while California Highway Patrol officers made 236 arrests for suspicion of DUI, according to statistics announced Tuesday.
Thousands of Southern Californians returning home Sunday from the holiday weekend hit traffic gridlock at LAX and the freeway from Las Vegas back into California.
Experts say Southern California’s freeways have become more congested as the price of gas has plunged to its lowest point in more than five years.
Tens of thousands of bicyclists and pedestrians participating in the city’s eleventh CicLAvia event have a portion of South Los Angeles to themselves Sunday.
A nine-mile stretch of Pacific Coast Highway could reopen Thursday, days after three mudslides forced its closure.
The LAPD set up a skirmish line before deciding whether or not to declare an unlawful assembly.
A large water main break north of Trancas Canyon has resulted in the closure of Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu.
The Los Angeles Police Department have made mass arrests of demonstrators Wednesday during the third night of protest in response to the grand jury decision in the Michael Brown case.
A $10,000 reward has been offered by county officials to help solve a deadly hit-and-run that occurred in Long Beach in September.
A mobile navigation app is firing back Friday, a day after claims surfaced that users were falsely reporting congestion.
A five-point intersection considered by many residents to be busy, confusing and dangerous, is seeing changes after a teenager with autism was struck and killed by two cars as he was walking to school.
City leaders sounded off Wednesday in reaction to a story in which CBS2 investigative reporter David Goldstein exposed that parking enforcers were issuing bogus parking tickets throughout LA County.
Is the name of a legendary comedian keeping travelers from using the fifth-busiest airport in Southern California?
Three companies – TomTom, Waze and Inrix – used GPS technology to analyze traffic patterns.