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The influential singer/songwriter is being remembered Thursday in a free four-hour listening party outside on downtown L.A.'s Music Center Plaza, with a playlist curated by Cohen producer Hal Willner.
The National Weather Service has issued a red flag warning through Saturday evening for the Los Angeles coastal plain and the eastern San Gabriel Valley.
The restrictions will be bolstered by an expansive new enforcement system, costing $1.7 million to set up and $1 million to $1.5 million per year.
It could impact hundreds of thousands of people in L.A. Businesses can still ask about an applicant's criminal history — but not until a conditional job offer is made.
A judge in L.A. has sentenced former NFL star Sharper, 41, to 20 years in prison for raping two women and drugging two others about three years ago.
Mario is officially jumping (out of a pipe) into Universal Studios theme parks worldwide, including Southern California's Universal Studios Hollywood.
Two Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies convicted of beating a jail inmate and falsifying records to hide the abuse have been sentenced to federal prison terms.
The NAACP chapter says those changes contradict what it submitted to the Department of Justice when it applied for initial funding.
The Lucia Container Home project fits two private residences in 14 shipping containers. It's meant to be environmental while accommodating three generations of family.
Comic shops around the world want fanboys and fangirls to check out a store near them.
A new aerial survey has identified an additional 36 million dead trees across California since the last one in May, bringing the total since 2010 to more than 102 million.
L.A. has the most chronically homeless residents in the U.S. for the second year in a row, according to a federal report released this week. So what are we doing about it?
You may have seen actress/comedian Lauren Lapkus in a movie or on TV, but she made her name in L.A.'s improv comedy scene. She carries on that tradition with her podcast.
OneWest Bank may have violated the Fair Housing Act through practices that kept minorities from having equal access to home loans, according to two nonprofit advocacy groups.
A fire broke out at the Torrance refinery on Tuesday afternoon, according to Torrance Fire Capt. Robert Millea. This is the same plant where there was an explosion last year.