LA Weather: Rain, Snow Could Make Thanksgiving Travel Even Worse This WeekRain, snow and unusually cold temperatures are set to hit the region Wednesday, stay for Thanksgiving dinner and finally taper off Friday.
Ralphs, Food 4 Less Donate Free Turkey Dinners To Needy LA County FamiliesVolunteers distributed the turkey dinners -- with all the fixings -- at Pasadena City Hall Sunday.
LAX Ramps Up For Holiday Travel SurgeAbout 3.2 million passengers are expected to pass through the airport between now and next Monday.
Feast Your Eyes On The Best Los Angeles Businesses To Prep For Your ThanksgivingWhether you'll be feasting with family and friends or spending a quiet Nov. 28, we've got a roundup of Thanksgiving-themed things to do and get in preparation for the big day.
Attention All Shoppers: At Least A Dozen Stores Staying Closed On ThanksgivingWith fewer than 60 days to go until Thanksgiving, stores across the Southland are preparing for one of the largest shopping weekends of the year — but at least a dozen area chains have said they would remain closed Thanksgiving.
Commuters Face Delays On Metro's Gold Line After Thanksgiving CrashCommuters are facing delays for weeks after a semi crashed onto the Gold Line tracks in Pasadena Thanksgiving morning.
Open For 27 Hours: Citadel Outlets Draw Massive Crowds, Long LinesThanksgiving night at the Citadel Outlets looked more like Christmas as eager shoppers packed stores that will be open for 27 hours.
Bargain Hunters Search For Black Friday Deals On Thanksgiving NightFrom L.A. to O.C., many people were taking advantage of early Black Friday deals on Thanksgiving.
Messages From Military Members Serving Overseas On ThanksgivingFrom Iraq to Norway, hear from service members who aren't able to spend the holiday with their families.
'We're All Family Here': Thousands Attend Casa Garcia Thanksgiving CelebrationAn Anaheim restaurant served up a free, delicious Thanksgiving meal for those less fortunate.
Woolsey, Hill Fire Victims And First Responders Receive Thanksgiving FeastPeople who lost their homes in the fires and first responders who helped to save lives were honored Thursday with a special Thanksgiving dinner.