The National Day Laborer Organizing Network wants to ensure immigrant workers are included in President Obama’s executive action.
Today, the actor had fans running all over Hollywood. I was one of them.
Knight is recovering in the ICU after surgery. A man and a woman were also shot, and one is in critical condition.
Who’s the most popular tweeter in YOUR state?
We’re not in Kansas anymore.
For her, the bottom of the river is home. Homelessness doesn’t always look the way you expect it to.
The former Microsoft CEO is now an NBA owner.
California is stuck in one of the most severe droughts on record. Is turning a hillside street into a 1,000-foot Slip ‘N Slide a good use of resources?
Someone has to profit from your parking ticket!
A Toyota Prius never looked so sexy.
20 million gallons is a lot of hamburgers.
A 30-foot geyser erupted Tuesday after a water main underneath Sunset Blvd. broke, sending flood waters pouring into the neighboring UCLA campus.
“Does this place have valet for bikes?”
There’s a reason why they call L.A. the “City of Angels.”
UPDATE: At Los Angeles’ Venice Beach, 13 people were struck by lightning Sunday afternoon and one of them has died, authorities said. On Catalina Island, a 57-year-old man was also hit by lightning.
You’re either an angel or an insomniac.
It’s still L.A….just without the cars.
Prepare for your heart to be melted.
Villaraigosa says he didn’t know of code violations and would have fixed problems if he did. “Looks like shit,” neighbor says.
After nearly two decades as a one-hit wonder and a behind-the-scenes hitmaker, the ex-4 Non Blondes leader wants to get back in the spotlight as an unapologetic guru. Is TV ready?
There’s no such thing as “Irish” potatoes?!
You’re standing on an oil field right now.
You try driving in platforms.
Not everything in the city of angels involves kale.
The shark bit the man on his upper right side as he passed by with a group of long-distance swimmers.
Is this the next stage in burrito evolution? The burrito and quesadilla have finally come together. Introducing the Quesarito.
New data from Harvard shows that millions of Americans are paying an “excessive” amount of their incomes on housing, but burdens vary widely by city.