It was late April 1975 when refugee camps sprang up across the U.S. to shelter 100,000-plus Vietnamese who fled after the fall of Saigon. At Camp Pendleton, with just 36 hours' notice, enlisted crews swept the grounds, put down plywood floors, set up hundreds of tents and thousands of cots and...
National parks are the latest target of graffiti artists.
Chevron sells millions gallons of treated oil field wastewater each day to Kern County growers, who use it on some 45,000 acres of thirsty crops.
Welcome to Lucha Underground, the Boyle Heights wrestling promotion where the line between fan and fighter is crossed as easily as the ring ropes.
A campaign is underway to rename South L.A. as SOLA.
Two bars in Boyle Heights sit right next to each other, but they couldn't be more different.
Obie Anthony's 1994 murder conviction was overturned after he spent nearly 17 years behind bars. His wrongful-imprisonment lawsuit and other court documents portray an investigation and prosecution rife with problems — including the withholding of potentially exculpatory evidence, perjured testimony...
The famed mountain lion P-22 wandered into a classic L.A. moment Monday when he holed up under a home in Los Feliz as helicopters buzzed overhead, news vans crowded the streets and a TV network offered the city a live feed of the attempt to free the animal.