Mayor Eric Garcetti leads a rally to marshal public support for his plan to build an emergency homeless shelter in Koreatown - and in each of the 14 other city council districts.
Trump announced his endorsement on Twitter Friday, saying he looks forward to working with Cox to "Make California Great Again!"
The five-member civilian police commission has recommended three long-time veterans of the LAPD to be the department's next chief.
Nearly 430,000 Southern California workers earn a paycheck from one of the region's 10,378 foreign-owned companies.
As a GOP-based effort to repeal hikes in gas and diesel taxes and vehicle fees gains ground, Gov. Jerry Brown and other officials launch a defense of the increases.
Having children just isn't a priority for a lot of Southern Californians right now, and baby, that's a problem.
The suspected shooter, who was in custody on murder charges, also had explosive devices that were found in the school and nearby, said Gov. Greg Abbott, who called the assault "one of the most heinous attacks that we've ever seen in the history of Texas schools."
From dachshunds, tarantulas and strawberries to wiener dog races, a vinyl swap meet and a royal wedding, your SoCal weekend is jampacked with fun events.
Investigators believe that Cherie Townsend was trying to rob Susan Leeds, who was fatally stabbed inside her car in Rolling Hills Estates.
Musk's Boring Company, which is working on the project, needs final approval from the city of Los Angeles to build a test tunnel that would stretch nearly 3 miles between west L.A. and Culver City.
Two new bills that are heading to the Governor's desk will revolutionize how cities think about water conservation going forward.
A man shouting about Donald Trump entered the president's south Florida golf resort early Friday, draped a flag over a lobby counter and exchanged fire with police before being arrested, police said.
KPCC follows one Angeleno through a week of chronic pain to see what it's like to experience near constant pain. Check back each day this week for updates.
Questions about the elections from Southern California voters and our answers will be updated every week leading up to California's primary election on June 5.
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