Firefighters Rescue Man Clinging To Tree In Rain-Swollen LA RiverThe man was spotted near Colorado Boulevard at about 10:11 a.m., clinging to a tree. Video from Sky 2 showed the river had risen to an unknown depth, and was moving fast.
LA River Open For Kayaking Starting Memorial DaySummer is officially a little less than a month away, but this weekend's beautiful weather came just in time for the reopening of the L.A. River's recreational areas.
Boy, 13, Falls In Griffith Park Sewage Pipe, Prompting All-Night SearchCrews responded to the scene near Zoo Dr. and Crystal Springs Dr. shortly after 4 p.m. Sunday.
Los Angeles' Most Unique Workout Activities Outside A GymLos Angeles is a town where everyone exercises in one form or another. From workouts at the gym to hiking Runyon, there's always something around to do.
Recreational Outdoor Guide To The L.A. RiverIn recent years, efforts have been made to revitalize the L.A. River and it's becoming a great area for recreational outdoor activities.
10 Things You Didn't Know About The L.A. RiverToday, although the L.A. River does not serve as the premier water source for L.A., it is still a very important part of the history of the city.
Military Chopper Makes Emergency Landing In LA RiverSouth Gate police received a call about a Marine aircraft that made a precautionary landing in the riverbed around 1 p.m.
Dog Rescued From L.A. River Still Unclaimed By OwnerA dog rescued from the Los Angeles River during an unexpected, quick-moving storm Friday remains unclaimed Tuesday by his owner.
Firefighters Rescue Dog Floating Down LA River In BurbankCrews were able to save a dog Friday floating down the Los Angeles River near Universal City.
Storm Scuttles LA River Kayaking Plans For Mayor, EPA Chief An early-season rain storm scuttled plans Thursday for Mayor Eric Garcetti kayak down the Los Angeles River with the nation's top environmental official.
Want Adventure Without Leaving The City? Kayak The LA RiverLooking for some fun in the outdoors without having to leave Los Angeles? Residents can now take a trip down the L.A. River on a kayak.