USC Grad Student Who Mysteriously Disappeared Found SafeBo John Jones, who had been missing since July 8, was found safe Friday, his father confirmed.
Driver Leads Police On Chase After Hitting 2 Pedestrians In Downtown LAThe pedestrians were taken to a hospital in stable condition. The suspect was captured.
LA City Councilman Arrested During ICE ProtestCity Councilman Mike Bonin was leading the protest on North Alameda Street, where demonstrators blocked entrances to the federal building for about an hour.
Thousands Hit Downtown LA Streets For Immigration ProtestIt is one of more than 700 protests planned nationwide against the separation and detention of immigrant families.
May Day Protesters March Through Downtown LAAbout a thousand people marched in downtown LA today. They joined workers around the world to mark May Day. Dave Lopez reports.
March For Our Lives Rally In Downtown LA Draws ThousandsOther marches also took place in Manhattan Beach, Santa Monica, Burbank, Pico Rivera, Long Beach and Santa Clarita.
NFL Player Arrested After Bizarre, Naked Struggle With Brother In Downtown LAWitnesses said Cayleb Jones was trying to keep his brother Zay Jones from jumping out a window.
Metro Tests New Portable Weapons Screening SystemThe noninvasive system scans passengers in real time by looking for items that can block their body heat.
Driver Pulled From Burning Car Arrested For Drunk DrivingA driver was pulled from the burning wreckage of his car only to be arrested on suspicion of drunk driving.
Uber Driver Goes Missing In Downtown LAJoshua Thiede was last seen driving his car on Sunday, Feb. 11, down Wilshire Boulevard.
From Sacramento To LA, Women's March Protests Trump PoliciesHundreds of thousands of women's marchers amassed at parks and city halls throughout California on Saturday to condemn sexual harassment, violence against women and the presidency of Donald Trump.
Women's March Under Way In Downtown LAThousands of people began to march through downtown today for the second annual Women's March Los Angeles, with thousands more already gathered at the event's City Hall end point.