TRAVEL
California Bucket List: Strange vibrations near Joshua Tree, monarch butterflies, startling urban archaeology and a new adventure each day

Travel News & Deals

Travel News & Deals Deals, tips, advice and more
With the opening of Shake Shack in LAX's Terminal 3, fliers will get a little bit of heaven on a bun

Shake Shack, which grew from a hot dog stand in Manhattan to a burger behemoth, will open in another Los Angeles-area location in the fall — this one at LAX’s Terminal 3.

The crazy popular burger chain will serve breakfast daily from 7 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. and the full Shake Shack menu from 7 a.m.

Read more
Which day will be the busiest for U.S. spring break travelers? Here's one prediction

It won’t be anything like the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, but spring break may have its own little travel crush. Travel insurance company Allianz Global Assistance predicts that March 11 could be the busiest day for Americans taking a spring break vacation.

Read more
Headed to Yosemite from SoCal? Here's the detour you need to take

Storm damages have temporarily closed California Route 41 just south of Yosemite National Park, forcing northbound park visitors to make a detour through Mariposa and El Portal.

That detour, which could remain in place through March 10, takes drivers up State Route 49 from Oakhurst to Mariposa, then into Yosemite Valley via El Portal on State Route 140, adding 22 miles of mountain roads to the journey.

Read more
Just for kicks, Women’s Sevens rugby players return to Las Vegas

They’re back! Women’s rugby returns to Las Vegas this weekend with the World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series, the third of six stops worldwide. The event joins the men’s international tournament at the same location.

Twelve women’s rugby teams will compete Friday through Sunday at the Sam Boyd Stadium.

Read more
World War II Museum captures all that was gained, and lost, in a conflict that still fascinates

There may come a time when World War II ceases to be a source of fascination for millions of Americans, but for now, the subject matter continues to inspire historians, novelists, screenwriters — and everyone who is glued to the American Heroes Channel.

Perhaps you’re reading “All the Light We Cannot See” or “Countdown to Pearl Harbor” or streaming the movie “Allied” in 4K Ultra HD.

Read more
California's coastal Highway 1 is now temporarily closed in several places after recent storms

After being battered by above-average rain this winter, California’s coastal Highway 1 remains temporarily closed in several places roughly between Ragged Point and Carmel.

That’s bad news for anyone considering a road trip this spring because one trouble spot may keep the highway shut in both directions for months.

Read more
50°