Down by two runs in the bottom of the fourth inning and not wanting to get swept in a critical two-game series against El Camino Real, Chatsworth launched a rally that led to a seven-run inning and an 8-5 West Valley League victory on Friday.
All-Star outfielder Carlos Gomez was placed on the 15-day disabled list by the Milwaukee Brewers because of a strained right hamstring. Gomez suffered the injury during Wednesday's game against St. Louis, and the DL move was retroactive to Thursday.
Three people were detained by police Friday afternoon after a fight outside a Santa Ana school that left two teens stabbed.
A Hancock Park couple was indicted Friday on human trafficking charges. The Los Angeles County district attorney's office alleges the two imported women from Indonesia to work at their properties, according to a news release.
We were completely bowled over the first time we experienced this under-an-hour-long series of short, wordless scenes and images of horror and intermittent macabre humor, and every few years we check back to see if the latest edition of Urban Death from creators Jana Wimer and Zombie Joe is still as unsettling as ever. It certainly is this time around. [ more › ]
Steve Hymon photographs the colorful characters and scenes — and fauna — at the park that gave Westlake its name.
When: 7:30 p.m. Saturday PDT.
Following objections from newspaper attorneys, an appellate court on Friday reversed its previous order to seal a court filing that included excerpts of a critical report on an officer-involved-shooting in Pasadena.
Despite optimistic talk from Democrats and Republicans about overhauling the tax code, General Electric Co. recently showed that corporate executives aren't holding their breath for a bipartisan deal any time soon.
The best living symbol of horse racing's Holy Grail was on the phone this week, keeping the hope and vision alive.
Los Angeles spends over $100 million per year on issues related to its homeless population, according to a recent city report. [ more › ]
A report showing that more than half the $100 million the city of Los Angeles spends each year on homelessness goes to police demonstrates that the city is focused on enforcement rather than getting people off the streets, homeless advocates said Friday.
To the editor: After 40 years teaching English in public schools, I'm really ticked off that people think tenure means that you can sit around eating bon bons, and nobody can touch you if you don't teach anything. Anybody who's ever had to control a room of 40 kids knows that you have to be on...
To the editor: California is turning itself upside down because of the water consumed by an agricultural industry that has only a modest impact on the state's overall economy and produces food only a modest percentage of which is consumed by Californians. ("Drought unlikely to cause major damage...
To the editor: I enjoyed Meghan Daum's column where she cited Hillary Clinton's role as a "grandmother" as a positive quality for the White House. I agree that it is unfortunate that we still use the word "grandmother" as a form of negative messaging for female leaders. ("Hillary Clinton's no-knife,...
There are a lot of reasons that longtime L.A. gallerist Rosamund Felsen is in love with her new exhibition space in downtown Los Angeles.
Alvin Tenpo had seen photos of the Rancho Seco Nuclear Generating Station in Herald, Calif. Its cooling towers looked surreal, so he decided to visit the decommissioned nuclear power facility about 25 miles southeast of Sacramento.
California pharmacists can hand out an overdose antidote to patients on powerful painkillers without requiring a prescription under new rules aimed at curbing drug-related fatalities.
Firefighters were battling a brush fire Friday afternoon in the Malibu area.
Vintage clothing collectors, rejoice! [ more › ]