The Fourth of July weekend is just days away, and millions of Southland residents are getting ready to hit the roadways or airways for holiday trips.
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A fourth day of protests occurred Monday in downtown Los Angeles, where more than 100 people gathered to rally against the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to overturn federal abortion protections provided under Roe v. Wade.
Police evacuated residents in Azusa Monday after authorities discovered a cache of illegal fireworks inside a residence.
A real estate developer was found guilty Monday of paying a $500,000 bribe to then-Los Angeles City Councilman José Huizar in order to "grease the wheels" for the approval of a downtown condominium project.
Retailers may offer you money to avoid returning undesirable things.
Several people were injured in a bus crash in the El Segundo area Monday morning.
A woman is suing Kaiser Foundation Health Plan Inc. and Southern California Pennanente Medical Group, alleging an employee's cell phone recorded the plaintiff while undressing during a visit to the Downey facility in 2020.
Democratic Assemblyman Marc Levine holds a 480- vote lead in the race for the second spot on the November ballot for insurance commissioner over Republican Robert Howell entering Monday's resumption of counting unprocessed ballots.
A man who worked at Los Angeles International Airport for a cargo-handling company is expected to be sentenced Monday for stealing gold bars that were part of an international shipment.
A 17-year-old boy was wounded Monday morning in a shooting in the Chesterfield Square area of Los Angeles.
A fourth day of protest was scheduled Monday in downtown Los Angeles against the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to overturn federal abortion protections provided under Roe v. Wade.
A 38-year-old homeless man died early Monday morning when he was struck by two cars and an SUV that all drove away from the scene in Fullerton.
A crash between a big rig and another vehicle on the Foothill (210) Freeway today closed down two freeway lanes, took out a guardrail and released an estimated five-gallon oil spill onto the freeway.
A former nurse at PIH Health Hospital Whittier is suing her ex-employer, alleging she was discriminated against and then terminated in 2021 because she objected on religious grounds to being tested for the coronavirus.
In a rare tie at the box office, "Elvis" opened with $30.5 million this weekend to match the fifth-week total of juggernaut "Top Gun: Maverick," according to industry estimates released Sunday.
Lawyers for the plaintiff, identified only as Jane Doe of Monterey Park in the Los Angeles Superior Court lawsuit, filed court papers on June 16 with Judge Jill Feeney seeking approval of the accord during a hearing set for July 13.
With temperatures expected to soar into the 90s Sunday, animal rights activists are planning a protest at the Griffith Park Pony Rides & Petting Zoo, insisting that forcing horses to carry customers in such heat amounts to animal cruelty.