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Aided by robotic leg braces, a Marine paralyzed from the chest down by a sniper in Afghanistan walked across a parade ground Friday at Camp Pendleton to receive a Bronze Star for bravery.
Two teenagers were arrested Friday on suspicion of placing hoax threats that led to the lockdown of two San Diego high schools.
Candidate Jeffrey Prang declared victory in the race for Los Angeles County assessor Friday, as the latest round of ballot counting made a victory by his opponent highly improbable.
More than 1 million immigrant parents in California will be eligible for deportation relief under President Obama's deferred action program, according to a Pew Research Center Study.
Five years after disabled jail inmates sued, alleging horrific conditions for those who used wheelchairs, Los Angeles County officials have agreed to a settlement.
School officials in Orange County have installed a temporary fence between a Costa Mesa high school and the home of a registered sex offender who lives next to the campus.
South Pasadena High School was placed on lockdown Friday after district officials received a "communication about potential suspicious activity" involving the campus.
More than 500 teachers union members and supporters gathered after school Thursday at Mariachi Plaza in Boyle Heights to rally for their contract demands.
A construction worker fell eight stories from a San Francisco building, struck a car, bounced off and landed on the ground, injured but alive, a fire official told the Los Angeles Times.
The Los Angeles Unified School District will pay out $139 million in settlements in the Miramonte Elementary School child abuse scandal, bringing the school system nearer to a close in the costly and lengthy case that led to changes in state law and district policies, attorneys said Friday.
This year is on track to be the warmest year on record for California — and the entire planet — according to a new report. And in California, recent rainstorms didn't make a dent in the drought.
A woman freed last month after 17 years behind bars for murder was declared factually innocent Friday by a Los Angeles County judge.
Fresh off a victory in which they took control of both the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives, the GOP suddenly finds itself in a jam.
A teacher had sexual contact with a jail inmate she was teaching and now faces a year in jail herself, according to the L.A. County district attorney's office.
A shallow magnitude 3.5 earthquake was reported Friday morning eight miles from East Quincy, Calif., according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The temblor occurred at 7:49 a.m. PST at a depth of 8.7 miles.
Bursts of heavy rain, hail and lightning pummeled parts of the Southland early Friday and sent 4 feet of mud into a Glendora home.
Angelenos will face the worst traffic in the country on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, with trips in the region projected to take 36% longer than average, a new report finds.
UCLA's annual bonfire rally for Saturday's football game against USC was canceled Thursday night after students protesting tuition hikes surrounded the wood pile, authorities said.
UCLA's Legislative Assembly gave final approval Thursday to a measure that requires undergraduates to take a course on ethnic, cultural, religious or gender diversity, according to campus officials.
At a rally in front of the Mexican Consulate in downtown Los Angeles, Citlali Gomez was cautiously optimistic.