A former substance abuse counselor was found guilty Tuesday of murder and other charges after driving for two miles with a 31-year-old man stuck in her windshield, authorities said.
As UCLA tallied the damage from rampant flooding triggered by the rupture of a 90-year-old city water line, Los Angeles city leaders on Wednesday were once again confronted with the consequences of deferred maintenance on the city's aging infrastructure.
When the average Mexican family visits California, they probably hop in a car for a jaunt across the border. But California tourism officials who traveled here with Gov. Jerry Brown this week have their sights set on a more high-flying clientele.
A real estate developer accused of defrauding Los Angeles while receiving nearly $30 million in city affordable housing funds has reached an agreement to repay a fraction of the money.
California needs to completely make over the way it pays and cares for its state parks, according to a state commission reviewing a park system it says is in severe crises.
Every morning Melissa Richardson Banks walks the Arts District hunting for new scenes. One Saturday it's the word "Life" stenciled on a sidewalk in black spray paint. A few weeks later it's a yellow construction crane blocking the skyline.
First thing first. It didn't send a great message late Tuesday when Warner Bros. unexpectedly said it was moving "Jupiter Ascending," the Wachoswkis' return to live-action summer filmmaking, out of, well, the summer. The Channing Tatum-Mila Kunis sci-fi pic wouldn't just be a holiday release, either, instead traveling all the way from July 18 to the slower, lower-pressure February 2015. Warners executive Dan Fellman told my colleague Amy Kaufman that it was technical effects work, not any larger creative rejiggering or marketing rethink, that was prompting the delay. Whether that's a primary or sole factor is hard to say (certainly the reaction to early...