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Prosecutors Wednesday charged a 31-year-old man with trying to kill two Long Beach police officers in a shootout at an apartment complex.
The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday gave preliminary approval to two ordinances designed to make it easier to break up homeless encampments, which have mushroomed across Southern California and raised an outcry from some businesses and residents.
The criminal trial of three Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies accused of beating a man and lying to cover up their actions began Tuesday in federal court with prosecutors and defense attorneys offering starkly different accounts of what occurred.
Los Angeles city officials moved quickly Tuesday to revamp the Fire Department's broken inspection program and begin tackling thousands of overdue safety checks of big apartment buildings, schools, churches, hotels and other structures where the greatest number of lives would be endangered in fires.
Citing the state's ongoing drought, Los Angeles County supervisors approved a temporary ban Tuesday on new vineyards or expansions of existing plots in the northern Santa Monica Mountains area.
Less than 24 hours after the collapse of an apartment balcony killed six people in Berkeley, authorities are turning their attention to helping victims and their families and to determining what caused the accident shortly after midnight Tuesday.
A Marine sergeant, on trial for the second time in the killing of an unarmed Iraqi man in 2006, was convicted Wednesday of unpremeditated murder in what has become one of the most legally and politically complex courts-martial stemming from the Iraq war.
As Los Angeles braced for a ruling last week in the high-profile police shooting of a mentally ill black man, Mayor Eric Garcetti hopped on a plane to the nation's capital, saying he needed to talk to White House officials about community policing and funding for homelessness programs. "I will...
Investigators recovered an unidentified man's body Monday from the ocean floor near San Clemente Island, authorities said.
The waters of the Silver Lake Reservoir, the crown jewel of the hilly neighborhood, is about to be drained.
In recent years, people who hawked ice cream or hot dogs, taught yoga or shilled other goods and services in Los Angeles parks were effectively in the clear.
One person who was ill aboard a Fiji Airways flight that arrived at Los Angeles International Airport on Monday was hospitalized, officials said.
Since signing up for Medi-Cal more than a year ago, Kevin Hill hasn't been able to find a doctor. He said he called at least 15 physicians near his home in Long Beach who were listed in his health plan's provider directory.
A Kern County assemblywoman is responding to criticism after a speech in which she reportedly suggested God eased Texas' drought after the state passed anti-abortion legislation and now "has his hold on California."
A Long Beach police officer and a 31-year-old man were shot Sunday night in an exchange of gunfire involving several police officers at an apartment complex.
An autopsy will not be performed on a 10-year-old girl who lost consciousness after taking the Revolution ride at Six Flags Magic Mountain last week, coroner's officials said Tuesday.
A 10-year-old girl who lost consciousness after exiting the Revolution ride at Six Flags Magic Mountain last week has died, coroner's officials said Monday.
San Diego County Sheriff Bill Gore on Monday defended the actions of a deputy who used a Taser to subdue a 13-year-old runaway in Fallbrook who was resisting arrest.
Some sea life is beautiful. Think dolphins, killer whales or the clown fish that inspired "Finding Nemo."
Citing an affordable housing crisis of "epic proportions," the California Supreme Court made it easier Monday for cities and counties to require developers to sell some housing at below-market rates.