With an extradition bill set to be voted on, as Hong Kong just lost its last big battle against China's pressure?
Long Beach police spotted a vehicle around 10:40 a.m. Tuesday that matched the description of the SUV driven by the suspect, authorities said.
A bill proposed in Sacramento would stop cities from towing cars that have been left on the street for 72 hours or have five or more unpaid parking tickets.
LAUSD's Measure EE parcel tax got clobbered last week at the polls, and my column blaming local apathy got voted down 9 to 1 by angry readers.
Border Patrol agents are dropping off immigrants, mostly Central American, in remote California small towns to be cared for by nonprofits and local officials.
To Bonnie, Joe DeAngelo was an energetic and worldly veteran with an appealing swagger. But soon, everything changed.
Nintendo has much to champion this E3: "Pokémon" and a coming 'Zelda" sequel, but the company is focusing on Luigi. Expect to love Gooigi, his goo alter-ego.
John Williams wrote a new score for Disneyland's Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge attraction, but that's just a fraction of the music that envelops you during a visit.
The Angels beat the Dodgers 5-3 to sweep the two-game series.
The battle between House Democrats and Trump has moved to a new phase—the most traditional of all American forms of dispute resolution: We’ll see you in court.
Authorities are trying to determine how a Congolese family managed to cross a border where health officials have been screening millions of travelers.
Staying upright and on track at a school and in a community that others write off is its own kind of triumph.
Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk added the hedge world "capable" to earlier claims of having a million driverless robo-taxis on the road sometime in 2020.
Tejon Ranch, one of the original Mexican land grants, will open its working cattle ranch to outdoors lovers who want to experience its remote 270,000 acres.
The Los Angeles Library’s electronic-media circulation grew to a record 4 million, surpassing New York to become the second highest of any U.S. public library.