People have massed outside Hong Kong government headquarters to oppose the extradition bill, the largest protest since pro-democracy demonstrations in 2014.
Gov. Gavin Newsom and legislative leaders haven't yet agreed on how to spend $650 million earmarked to fight homelessness.
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.
When Santa Barbara County opened the doors to large-scale cannabis cultivation, a largely unregulated rush led by moneyed interests ensued.
To Bonnie, Joe DeAngelo was an energetic and worldly veteran with an appealing swagger. But soon, everything changed.
A panel of L.A. officials recommended enshrining Tom Bergin’s, an Irish bar that now sits shuttered on Fairfax Avenue, as a historic monument.
A public intellectual with a flair for costumes and camp, Natalie Wynn documents her gender transition on her smart, provocative YouTube channel ContraPoints.
Trump is using the advantages of incumbency and a huge pile of campaign cash to build a digital operation superior to anything Democrats have.
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.
Plenty of things to do to help fans of pop enjoy his special day, including a chalk artistry and a Pride celebration.
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.