A fire that erupted at a 99 Cents Only store in Culver City early Monday was still burning four hours after the blaze began.
Saiara Shams, 41, alleges her co-workers made derogatory comments about her religion and prevented her from moving up the ranks at the L.A. Department of Water and Power.
Facing complaints from licensed cannabis sellers about the loss of business to the black market, California officials have tripled the number of raids on unlicensed cannabis firms.
The Trump administration has intensified its crackdown on China over trade, technology and security — and now it has spread to America's vaunted universities, turning the University of California into an especially big target.
The federal government's crackdown on China is fanning fears of racial profiling among Asian Americans, who say ethnic Chinese students and scholars are being unfairly singled out as possible spies.
Plus, the biggest stories of the day from across California.
Emotional support animals are still an uncommon breed in law enforcement, but their numbers are growing in California.
A bullet fired from the street entered a home and killed a 59-year-old Long Beach woman.
Gas blow out sparks concerns over oil wells throughout Southern California
Police are searching for the suspect in a shooting outside a Glendale laser tag facility.
Members of the now-defunct white supremacist group Rise Above Movement were sentenced in Charlottesville, Va.
Co-chairs of a task force on homelessness want a right-to-shelter requirement. But building large shelters and forcing people indoors may prove difficult.
Heavy winter rainfall damaged roads leading into Idyllwild, leaving the artsy mountain community largely cut off from surrounding areas.
The former Crystal Cathedral, a Southern California landmark that has long stood at the intersection of kitsch and postmodernism just three miles from Disneyland, has been officially rededicated by the most unlikely of saviors: the Catholic Church.
L.A. County got a record 21,631 homeless people into housing in the past year. But a breakdown of that number obtained by The Times shows a much more complicated picture of who gets housed and how.
College admissions scandal renews scrutiny of recruited athletes to elite colleges.
A magnitude 3.0 earthquake hits six miles from Ridgecrest
A young Oxnard couple has been arrested on suspicion of strangling a newborn baby boy in a hospital just hours after the woman gave birth.
The nearly hourlong chase started on the 405 Freeway in Orange County, eventually ending as a foot pursuit into the ocean.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of arson after a fast-moving fire swept through several acres of brush in San Pedro near the Harbor Freeway.
HUD says L.A. failed to ensure properties built with public money were accessible to people who use wheelchairs or have other disabilities.
An aide to L.A. Councilman Jose Huizar is on leave as police investigate possible illegal recordings made inside a district office.
Aaron Carreto was playing outside his Compton apartment complex July 6 when, he says, two adult neighbors approached him with an illegal homemade firework.
California Retrospective: Architect Cesar Pelli created many landmark buildings, but few were as controversial as the Pacific Design Center.
The blast rocked the Riverside County neighborhood and killed Wade Kilpatrick, 31, a construction technician for Southern California Gas Co.
To repair the harm done by the war on drugs, black people in low-income communities were told they'd get a leg up in the newly legal cannabis marketplace. But in LA, the process has been frustrating and slow.
The California Supreme Court froze a death penalty trial that was set to start this month as it decides whether it will consider whether the defendant would get a fair trial given Gov. Gavin Newsom's moratorium on executions in the state.
In Rome, the mass of tourists made me want to stray off course and find the city only locals know. And that got me thinking: Where would I advise someone visiting L.A. to do that?
A look at the top stories of the past week, including a California Supreme Court ruling on the use of private social media posts in murder trials
Mark your calendars. The 60 Freeway will be closed from Ontario to Riverside for 15 weekends.
The son, an Army veteran, was hired by the department in June despite a record that department watchdogs said would generate scrutiny.
Tickets written to motorists on streets where the speed limit had expired are illegal and should be overturned, according to a lawsuit filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court
The California Supreme Court refused earlier this week to hear an appeal by the administration disputing lower court rulings that found the state mistakenly used a portion of the money — paid by large banks and lenders as part of a nationwide legal agreement in 2012 — to pay off housing bonds.
San Diego Union-Tribune finds allegations likely unwarranted
Boxers representing Los Angeles and British police departments will square off in a charity event.
Maty Ezraty, who died July 9 in Tokyo, is credited by many for popularizing yoga in Los Angeles and the country.
The family of Hannah Williams, a 17-year-old girl shot and killed by Fullerton police along the 91 Freeway, has filed a notice of claim.
Northern California's Daffodil Hill could no longer accommodate the crush of tourists and Instagrammers.
A magnitude 3.6 earthquake was reported Friday at 11:40 a.m. , 12 miles from Palm Springs, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Santa Ana police are investigating after a video of what appears to be a sex act inside a patrol car surfaced, the department said Friday.
Rapper YG's bulletproof Cadillac Escalade is at the center of the investigation of a deadly gun battle and pursuit on July 3. He denies any involvement.
Nain DoPorto, 46, who works as a teacher at St. Genevieve High School in Panorama City, was arrested Wednesday.
Oregon has advanced the most ambitious response to housing affordability challenges in the country while California Gov. Gavin Newsom and lawmakers have struggled to pass strong renter protections and legislation that would significantly increase the state's supply of homes.
Experts say the group is not violent and questioned whether police had infringed on the group's civil rights by covertly recording its activity for four weeks.
Isaac Manuel Orozco faces life in prison after being found guilty of aggravated mayhem, attempted aggravated mayhem, burglary and assault with a deadly weapon.
Some of the governor's supporters are baffled by his decision to block two Bay Area cities from raising local taxes above state limits, exemptions he said were unneeded.
For five curmudgeonly decades, Art Beal collected trash and constructed his fantastical ad hoc home on a Cambria cliffside. But is it art or an eyesore? And what will become of it?
After a series of tense exchanges over California wildfires, the Trump administration and the state have agreed to continue their firefighting partnership under existing reimbursement rates.
As Sen. Dianne Feinstein chastises Chevron Corp. for an 800,000-gallon oil spill near Bakersfield, California officials confirm more leaking.
The University of California on Thursday unveiled a plan to raise tuition for incoming class of freshmen and transfer students, but then freeze it for six years.