The Black Keys made tickets to their Wiltern show nontransferable to third-party vendors, leaving fans who bought tickets from sites such as StubHub turned away at the doors.
L.A. County Dist. Atty. Jackie Lacey's office said it found insufficient evidence to pursue a fraud case related to L.A. Councilwoman Martinez's fundraising activities.
An outsider who previously ran the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Folt is the first woman to hold the post. She takes the helm as the private university is trying to recover from years of scandal.
A California appeals court on Friday rejected the Manson follower's latest bid for release from prison.
California's labor force is shrinking, but the state continues to add jobs. Unemployment remains low at 4.1%
The secretary, who was in San Francisco and Los Angeles this week with President Trump, reportedly said that single-sex shelters should be able to reject transgender people.
Democratic donor Ed Buck's arrest, long sought by activists, sparks questions of why the process took so long.
Electronic devices were plugged into a series of outlets in the Conception's galley. Those outlets are a focus of the investigation into the deadly dive boat fire that killed 34.
Authorities are investigating whether a child who remains in critical condition after a violent assault at Landmark Middle School in Moreno Valley had been the target of bullying before the attack.
Detectives were following a vehicle they believed was linked to a series of burglaries. They fatally shot the man driving the car after they followed him into a business and witnessed a robbery.
Dumpster diving is, for some, a self-perpetuating way of life. It's about being self-reliant, yes, but it's being mindful of how waste affects the environment.
You don't just show up at the bustling, world famous Santa Monica Pier and perform for money. You must try your hand at a lottery and hope that you can win a lucky space.
A man has secluded himself behind a dumpster in an alley by a car dealership near 18th Street and Santa Monica Boulevard.
Senior Montebello school officials misled investors about serious financial and management problems when they marketed $100 million in school construction bonds, the SEC alleges.
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USC's decentralized fiscal system makes the top goal a constant search for cash. It's contributed to USC's successes and — mightily — to its failures.
A magnitude 3.3 earthquake was reported Friday morning at 2:47 a.m. Pacific time 19 miles from La Quinta, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Eight Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies are suing the county, saying they were pressured by the Banditos gang to quit their jobs or leave the East Los Angeles station.
Deputies released two sketches Wednesday of the man wanted in the incidents, which occurred in Aliso Viejo.
A small plane crashed onto the roof of a mall after taking off from Torrance Municipal Airport, killing one person and injuring another.
Ed Buck, the Democratic donor who was recently accused of running a drug house in West Hollywood where two men have died, faces a federal criminal case in connection with one of the overdoses.
A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge held state prosecutors in contempt Thursday for not turning evidence over in the sexual abuse case against the leader of La Luz Del Mundo and two of his followers.
President Trump's attorneys argued that California can only impose "procedural" election rules, not one as sweeping as disclosure of tax returns.
Sierra storm first frosts Lake Tahoe, then swings down to leave a Thursday dusting in Mammoth Lakes. Can ski season be far behind? No, it's just seven weeks away.
Rock, hip-hop and Latin pop are just some of the music genres people can find at the Los Angeles County Fair concerts.
Trump's authority to revoke California's waiver from federal clean air rules rests on a very shaky legal foundation.
President Trump says San Francisco is in "serious violation" with "tremendous pollution." His remarks appear to be part of an ongoing critique of homelessness in major cities.
Crew member Ryan Sims filed a lawsuit naming Truth Aquatics Inc., Worldwide Diving Adventures and Conception owner Glen Fritzler as defendants.
Health officials informed parents at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita that at least one person at the school had pertussis, or whooping cough.
Two fatal overdoses in Democratic donor Ed Buck's home gave rise to a movement that sought to hold him accountable and uphold the value of gay black lives.
With bills to protect employment rights, student athlete pay, abortion services and renters, the 2019 California Legislature turned in a very progressive record.
President Trump's plan to get homeless people off L.A. streets is to eliminate layers of regulation to make it easier and cheaper to build more housing. But it's too simple to link that approach with that of his liberal antagonists in California.
Daniel Morris' record of dishonesty illustrates the type of important evidence about law enforcement misconduct that was long kept secret in California.
A magnitude 3.6 earthquake was reported Thursday morning at 2:59 a.m. Pacific time 27 miles from Coachella, Calif., according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
On Sept. 3, 1919, President Woodrow Wilson embarked on a nationwide railroad tour to promote American participation in the League of Nations.
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Bald eagles are choosing to nest close to human activity, but no one knows why.
One question invariably asked over lunch around the state Capitol is: "How do you think Newsom is doing?"
Trump visits the controversial border wall in San Diego after slamming California homelessness.
A man and woman were killed and two other women were wounded when a man started shooting at a group gathered near the 800 block of Bay View Avenue.
The debate over whether to fund a 64-unit homeless housing complex in Chatsworth will now head to the Los Angeles City Council.
University of California President Janet Napolitano, champion of immigrant students and sexual abuse victims, says she will resign.
The hearing was closed to public and press, with the judge citing the sensitive nature of what would likely be discussed in the courtroom.
L.A. officials are revoking an agreement that has long allowed a local group to use an old firehouse on Crenshaw Boulevard, spurring an outpouring of protest from the group and its supporters.
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson visited skid row in Los Angeles on Wednesday.
Newsom's signature on Assembly Bill 5 could mean more California workers would be considered employees eligible for workplace benefits.
Ed Buck: Detectives were able to build a case against Democratic donor Ed Buck on drug charges by following the 911 call
Two students have been arrested in connection with an assault at Landmark Middle School that was captured on video.
P-61 gained fame when he crossed the 405 Freeway in July, the first collared cat to do so. He died on the same freeway two months later.
Council President Herb Wesson says "anti-displacement zones" would cover the entire city of Los Angeles, but how they would work is far from clear.