Experts Believe Flying To Hawaii Will Be Cheaper With Southwest Joining The MixThe decision means Southwest will challenge competitors like American and Hawaiian Airlines.
Olympic Gold Medalist Skier Bill Johnson Dies At 55Bill Johnson craved speed — the faster, the better. He stole cars as a kid, got in trouble for it and was ordered by a judge to make a choice: Ski school or jail.
American Apparel To Cut Jobs, Close Stores In Reported $30M Cost-Cutting EffortStruggling teen clothing retailer American Apparel will reportedly cut jobs and shut down stores in a $30 million cost-cutting effort.
SoCal Man Among Al-Qaida Operatives Killed In US StrikeOfficials say Adam Gadahn, who was charged in 2006 for providing "aid and comfort" to Al-Qaida, was killed in a U.S. military operation in January.
Best Eats Around LA StadiumsWhether you’re headed to a rock concert, the circus or just a ball game, check out these five places for the best food in and around LA stadiums.
UC Irvine Student Leadership Panel Votes To Remove American Flag From Campus LobbyStudents at University of California, Irvine, have voted for a more "inclusive space" by banning the American flag on part of the school's campus.
LAX Flight Grounded After Passenger Discovers 'Al Quida' Wi-Fi HotspotA cross-Atlantic flight was grounded over a poorly-named Wi-Fi hotspot.
Keidel: Nothing More American Than Autumn And FootballFootball reduces us to our most private and primate impulses. We survive winter through the vicarious thrill we get from our favorite football teams.
Counterfeit American Flags Made In China Seized In Huntington Park RaidA 27-year-old Los Angeles man was arrested Thursday for allegedly attempting to sell counterfeit flags, police said.
Heisman Watch: Baylor's Bryce Petty Keeps Bears In BCS HuntBaylor's Bryce Petty is probably on the outside looking in on the Heisman Trophy, but a trip to New York for the ceremony is well within reach.
Merger OK'd, But US Airways, American Will Lose Gates At LAXThe Justice Department says an agreement to allow the merger of US Airways and American Airlines will require the airlines to give up some airport gates at LAX.
Dozens Of Children Become U.S. Citizens On Citizenship DayDozens of children officially became American citizens in downtown Los Angeles Thursday on Citizenship Day.
American Flights Resume At LAX After System OutageTravelers at Los Angeles International Airport and around the nation were experiencing flight delays Tuesday after American Airlines was hit by a computer system outage.
Giant Blowout! National League Shuts Out American League 8-0Pablo Sandoval and Melky Cabrera turned the All-Star game into a Giant blowout. Flashing their bright orange spikes and booming bats, the San Francisco sluggers keyed a five-run blitz against Justin Verlander in the first inning that sent the National League to an 8-0 romp over the American League on Tuesday night.
America's First Travel Campaign Unveiled In Los AngelesA $12.3 million marketing campaign designed to lure tourists to the United States was unveiled at the Los Angeles Convention Center Monday.