A man who said he was headed to the Los Angeles pride parade was arrested Sunday after police found weapons in his car.
A Los Angeles Police spokeswoman has identified the gunman in Wednesday's apparent murder-suicide on the University of California-Los Angeles campus as Mainak Sarkar.
By Ken Thomas and Lisa Lerer, Associated Press
ANAHEIM, Calif. — Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders dueled for support ahead of California's presidential primary on Tuesday as the Vermont senator showed few signs of backing off.
More than 500 authors are set to appear at the LA Times Festival of Books this weekend for one of the largest literary events of the year.
By Corinne Segal
Ryan Collins, a 36-year-old from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, used a phishing scheme to collect nude photos of female celebrities, including Jennifer Lawrence.
By Kenya Downs
New research from Sociological Science suggests that white flight has been replaced with white avoidance, contributing to gradual re-segregation of American cities.
By PBS NewsHour
The Los Angeles school system has come far in the last ten years, especially in terms of inclusivity. In 2003, only 54 percent of LA’s disabled students were taught alongside their nondisabled peers; today, it’s more than 90 percent. But…
What could be done to prevent future natural gas blowouts like the one that spewed greenhouses gases into Southern California skies from late October to early February?…
By PBS NewsHour
Public schools in Los Angeles have experienced rapid change in the last decade, and graduation rates for the city’s 80,000 special needs students have nearly doubled since 2003. But greater transitions lie ahead: the district plans to transfer these students…
By Eric Tucker, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Attorney General Loretta Lynch plans to visit six cities in the coming months to highlight police departments she sees as role models for law enforcement.
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